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The United States is not a nation of immigrants. As Americans of French descent can tell you, you cannot immigrate to America if you were born here. But America isn’t a nation of the poor. The wealthy and well-off are the most obvious examples, but there are many other classes, as well.
As Donald Trump once said and others have since repeated before him: “You can’t have it all.” You can only aspire to it all with the help of a lot of tax breaks (mostly for the wealthiest) and in the end the United States is a country of limited resources.
“It’s all about the tax breaks!”
President Trump has promised that his administration will “invest in infrastructure” but when he made that statement he did not specify how he would pay for it. He did say his administration would get rid of many of the tax breaks for the wealthy. In particular, many businesses would continue to benefit from “pass-through” entities, which allows businesses to report their income to the owners, or owners to report their income to businesses (which in the world of taxes is a “pass-through”).
Trump’s executive order on tax reform did not specify anything on this point. And though the President did say his plan would be a “terrific” tax reform, the details of the plan are still being worked out. But Trump’s rhetoric should come as no shock to anyone. For the rich, there often is not much point doing anything at all to boost revenues, and the President’s own tax proposals are more in the class of what the Bush Administration called, in its final, disastrous year of tax cuts, “tax cuts for the rich.”
But to many Americans the promise of tax tax cuts for the wealthy seems like a great thing. And they are not alone. There are other groups who do not believe in the American Dream and think of the United States as being a country of rich people: “Make America Great Again” is the slogan they chanted at the Trump campaign rallies.
And then there are those who would like to keep