Senator David Perdue Highlights Historic Tax Cuts On Conservative Radio

“This plan addresses the things in the tax code that keep us from having vital, growing, and healthy businesses”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) highlighted the historic changes to the tax code that Congress sent to the President’s desk this week on several national radio shows.

Herman Cain

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A Step Forward: “I came here to try to help change the direction of our country. We have a man in the White House who’s trying to do the same thing. This tax bill will help us do that, no question about it.”

Socialism Has Never Worked: “There’s no living example in history where socialism has worked. We know capitalism works. It’s better for everybody, from the entry-level worker all the way to the owner of small businesses.”

Growing The Economy: “This plan moves directly to address the things that we have in the tax code that keep us from having vital, growing, and healthy businesses.”

Original Outsiders: “We’ve got a President that is not an ideologue. He is dealing in facts and he only has one objective, and that’s to get results. That’s why people elected him and why I was elected. I’m the outsider here looking in. People up here don’t really know what to do with me, they don’t know what to do with him, and that’s because we’re focused on getting results.”

Laura Ingraham

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Year Of Accomplishments: “People are seeing that these conservative principles actually do work. The key right now is that we get closer and we start driving behind our agenda. President Trump has a plan for our country that will bring us back to dominance and leadership again.”

Big Government Failures: “The misinformation is a huge disservice to Americans. The other side knows all of their big government programs have failed, from the Great Society’s poverty programs all the way to Obamacare. They can’t name one big sweeping government program that works.”

Combatting Misinformation: “If you want to know why this bill is unpopular, according to these liberal polls, it’s in large part because the only feedback people are getting are these lies.”