First bill

The Idaho Statesman - - Opinion -

Huff­in­g­ton Post just listed the first bill the new Demo­cratic Congress is sub­mit­ting to Pres­i­dent Trump for his sig­na­ture.

It has many fea­tures in it that Pres­i­dent Trump cam­paigned on, “drain­ing the swamp.” Yet he has al­ready in­formed them that he will veto the bill. Why? Is it due to the fact that he has to sub­mit tax re­turns for the last 10 years? If so, what does he have to hide? Is it be­cause non­prof­its now have to list who con­trib­utes to them? Is it due to the fact that no longer can shell off­shore com­pa­nies make con­tri­bu­tions? Is Pres­i­dent Trump against fed­eral con­trac­tors be­ing banned for two years from ac­cept­ing jobs from these com­pa­nies that they gave mega-con­tracts to?

There are so many things in the new bill that sup­port the Con­sti­tu­tion that it makes a per­son won­der why a good Amer­i­can would be against it. Don’t you want to know who is giv­ing large sums of money to your rep­re­sen­ta­tives? Will there be a pay­back to these large con­trib­u­tors?

Read for your­self and you de­cide.

– Jerry John­son, Payette

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