RNC Launches Website to Promote Tax Bill

December 15, 2017
OAN Newsroom

The Republican National Committee is launching a new website to help promote the GOP’s tax reform bill.

The site launched on Thursday, and offers voters key facts about the legislation along with contact information for Democrat senators voting no on the bill.

A digital ad campaign supporting the tax bill is also said to be in development.

The RNC’s website includes a petition for those who already support the bill, and a video highlighting the president’s tax speech earlier this week.

President Donald Trump, left, listens as Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, right, speaks at a fundraiser at Cipriani in New York, Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel says the website shows families how the new law can save them money.

Congress is set to hold its final vote on the bill early next week.

You can check out the new website here:

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  • eladtoor

    The RNC just launched its first commercial touting the new tax bill.
    Following the standards for commercials today, it shows a typical US family, composed of an African-American father, a blonde Caucasian mother, with a mixed bag of children, ranging from an Asian American daughter with pink hair, a Teutonic son with blue ringlets, a bald Icelandic hermaphrodite, a two-headed African pygmy, and a strange wriggly creature with mottled skin (obviously, the Jewish directors concept of a typical US kid).
    They are all happily gathered about a Christmas dinner, merrily peeing on stacks of $100 dollar bills under the table, apparently representing their savings from the new GOPer tax bill.
    An overlay shows a madly-grinning Senator Flake, with his usual inane expression, shouting:
    ‘Vote for your new tax bill, it’s better than Oreo cookies’.

  • eladtoor

    If the website BS doesn’t work, and the tax bill advertising campaign fails, the RNC is fully committed to starting a nationwide phone-calling sales campaign for the tax bill.
    So if you want one of those new, wonderful jobs the RNC is promising, sign up now, and they’ll put you in a boiler-room with a lotta telephones and a lotta dummies just like you to call old, retired folks and try to convince them that if they’ll support the effed-up-GOPer tax plan, they may win a cruise up the Potomac to see where this crap is actually made.

    • Twinkle Toes

      Go away with your negativity, we don’t need or want you here. We had 8 years of that and we now have a President who is bringing America back and is giving Americans HOPE again.

      • eladtoor

        Well, Twinkle, you are certainly aptly named, and you deserve success in your campaign to be Prez. of the RNC.

  • Rufus Firefly

    That website is a joke. There is ZERO information about the bill. It just promises everyone $2000 and solicits for a petition. Must have been created by the same people that did the Treasury ‘analysis”

    • Murrey1

      lol, we need to get the people who made the Life of Julia for Obama to do it for us.

  • Murrey1

    McCain, Corker and Flake. This biggest problem with the Republicans right now

  • DrSheilahere

    Just like Obama and Healthcare! Pelosi, “sign it so you can see what is in it.” And, people re-elected these cheats.

    • Rufus Firefly

      Except that is not exactly what she said and it is out of context. It’s just something that republiecons do.

      • HarryObrian

        “We don’t have time to read it so we’ll have to sign it and read it later.” Which is actually worse because there was no urgency to passing it. It any vain it was a big greedy mistake which cost many American people a lot of money they don’t have while enriching the friends of Pukelosi and Barry. No matter how you anti-American libs spin it, it is bad.

        • Rufus Firefly

          Your quote is inaccurate. She never said that.

          • HarryObrian

            You’re right because what she said was an ever bigger lie to the American people. What she was promoting was the biggest atrocity ever unconstitutionally forced on the American people, the failure known as BarryCare/HillaryCare2.
            Check the mediate website for what she really said.

  • brandehhh

    15 bucks isn’t going to go far for most. Yet the elite get the country handed to them, yet again.

    • Twinkle Toes

      Don’t worry yourself, elites like Pelosi, Reid, O, Schumer, et al have all the illegal tactics to keep themselves rich, keep their healthcare and they won’t lose a penny!

      • brandehhh

        Oh not just the politicians, but the ones that paid for them to get their elected positions and those who pay for specific laws to benefit them too!

        • Twinkle Toes

          Eight years of O’s policies did very little to help Americans. All the hype from Democrats about lowering unemployment was exactly that – hype. For the MAJORITY of the socio-economic lower and middle classes, not only have our salaries not changed but if anything they have gone down. Millions of us lost our jobs at the onset of the recession and are now working at 1/2 what we use to make.

          Last but not least, we have forgotten the millions who have been unable to find work because many employers with HR directors who never lost their jobs are biased to those who have been long term unemployed and won’t hire them. How hurtful is that? I was long term unemployed for 5.5 years. It was absolutely awful.

          There is an old saying about stupidity: when you continue to do the same thing over and over and achieve the same result.

          This tax bill will help us. Quit talking about how the rich are going to get richer and they don’t pay their fare share. They pay plenty and are going to get richer no matter what the tax plan is unless we go to socialism and then no one will benefit.

          President Trump has helped to return out enthusiasm and patriotism we lost due to O and the far left. Most of all, President Trump has given us HOPE.

          • brandehhh

            No i wont quit bi tching. I’m anti government, elite, and corporations. Im pro middle class and the regular American person who keeps getting screwed in everything no matter which party is in charge.

          • Twinkle Toes

            Well, I hope your anti-everything gets you what you want in life. We have all been deeply effected by O, and the policies of the left. I am trying my best to be supportive of President Trump’s efforts to turn this country around. I don’t want men in the ladies bathroom, I don’t want to support illegal aliens and I want that wall built yesterday.

            The choice is yours. I am choosing to support President Trump and hope that his policies help this country.

  • Frank Meccia

    I think I am just going to vent.. Why are the Republicans holding back any changes the President wants to make. I call it my dirty ten senators. Each time we address a bill either it be a wall, or Obamacare, or the Budget, there is the usual suspects that always have to add more pork to the bill, or threaten not to vote for it. But has anybody noticed how the Democrats stay strong, not one has broken ranks to vote for any bill that the POTUS might sign this year. I have a feeling change is in the wind, and it might not be go for the Republicans. We going to loose people because of Harassment charges, medical or the people will have lack of confidence in them, and if it happens to those dirty Ten, let it be, Now we get Rubio wanting an increase in child welfare tax credits for the poor, I am sick of this, there is nothing for the middle class, the class that works 50 plus hours a week to make ends meet, remember this, you will always have poor, no matter what you do, there will be those who don’t want to succeed. Look at the TRILLIONS that have been spent in the last ten years, Nothing changes.

    • Twinkle Toes

      It’s the swamp and unfortunately, the swamp is going to self drain come voting time if they don’t wise up.

      President Trump is thick skinned and we are lucky he knows how to handle the unwarranted criticism of the left. I’m still shocked at how O did so much incredible damage to this country and these trolls just don’t see it.

      We have a lot to pray for.

      • brandehhh

        Prayer won’t fix this.

        • Twinkle Toes

          Have you tried prayer?

          • brandehhh

            Need more than just prayer to fix this mess.

    • Letmesay

      Rubio is another Obama. They only think of themselves. I agree, the middle working class is the class that holds everything together in this country, it’s the class whose rights continue to get chipped away little by little at the same time continue to pay for the lazy deadbeats, illegals and any one who thinks they can come and squat in this country with no questions asked. It’s getting old, time for a change.

    • HarryObrian

      BINGO, “nothing changes”… If only that were true, unfortunately the government one party system has been changing for the worse for quite some time now. Power and money are the only driving forces inside the beltway and if you have neither you are nothing to them. Even ILLEGAL ALIENS have power because they are so stupid they are automatic liberal voters. Hard working, self-reliant middle Americans? nah, you’re nothing to them.

  • Paul

    Too bad so late in the game. Like I said 2 months ago: It will not pass in the end. Some RINO will sink it. Looks like that’s going to happen.

    • Rufus Firefly

      Even a republiecon lawmaker can vote country over party sometimes.

  • weasel1886

    I see where Trump now wants to make it legal for business to steal tips given to employees

    • I. Forgot 3

      Do you ever stop with the lies about your President?

      • Twinkle Toes

        They probably watch MSM.

        • Rufus Firefly

          That’s where real news is, after all.

    • Twinkle Toes

      Your comment is typical of someone who listens to liberals who twist and spin the facts.

      You may want to research what he is doing and then change your comment.

      PRESIDENT Trump is not making it legal for businesses to steal tips. PRESIDENT Trump is rolling back an OBAMA socialist regulation that restaurant workers have to pool their tips if paid over the minimum wage. Restaurant workers have been fighting the OBAMA regulation since its inception.

      PRESIDENT Trump feels that if you work to earn tips you should be able to keep your tips and not be forced to share them like Obama does.

      Look it up.

      • weasel1886

        Wrong

        • HarryObrian

          One word does not a valid reply make. You lose, as usual.

          • Twinkle Toes

            “weasel”…how apropos for their comments. I am going to block weasel because we just had 8 very depressing years of the previous occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave and I feel like I/we Americans finally have HOPE again, because we made a change. I know that I suffered, along with millions of Americans both financially and in our health. The last thing we need is to listen to ‘weasels’.

        • Twinkle Toes

          I am going to guess you are either a foreigner, or a 12 year old of alt left parents with no education proven with your statements.

          Go outside and play with your toys. We don’t need to waste our time with people like you. Consider yourself blocked.

          • weasel1886

            Cowards block me. I win

    • Disgusted Citizen

      Then get a better job, if you even have one.

      • weasel1886

        So you are OK with stealing other peoples money

  • Ray

    “RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel says the website shows families how the new law can save them money.” The site doesn’t provide details of the plan. Why wold anyone sign a petition for a plan that is not detailed?

    • HarryObrian

      Excellent point, I think it continues to show just how stupid they believe we all are….
      Want to show me how much I’ll save? Just give me a calculator I can plug my last years taxable income into and tell me it’s plus or minus 3%.
      As a side note, I’ve seen other websites that attempt to give examples of the {cough cough} savings and for most of America it works out to about 20 bucks a week, which is taxable and remember this goes away in 6 years for the peon citizen but not for the rich.

      • Rufus Firefly

        Not to mention the different treatment for capital gains and pass through businesses (which will explode in numbers)