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Robert Reich explains the theft plan buried within Trump's so-called "infrastructure" plan (h/t Jennifer Nix on Facebook)
All you need to know about Donald Trump's theft of your dollars under the guise of an "infrastructure" plan is explained neatly in the video above.
And unless you think I'm just jumping on the Trump train, Clinton's plan was widely rumored to be based on public-private "partnerships," tax "incentives" and corporate tax "repatriation" plans as well.
(Those three words -- "partnerships," "incentives," and "repatriation" -- are in quotes for a reason. It's not a partnership when one partner steals from the other. It's a gift, not an "incentive," when a cost-free means of gaining compliance -- like taxation -- is available. And it's not "repatriation" when the money that would supposedly be coming home is already invested here anyway.)
For a real, people-friendly infrastructure plan, read this.