Slashing taxes and the corporate rate has been used for decades to spur economic growth and development. John F. Kennedy received much flak from his own party when he worked to drastically cut taxes across all income brackets, including the wealthy, as well as for businesses. His economic principles paved the way for a very robust early 60's, and would later be picked up by Ronald Reagan and titled "Reaganomics" in the media, and after a painful period of adjustment, lead to an explosion of economic opportunity and prosperity. These tax cuts should well be a bipartisan bill, and there are behind the scenes signs that Republicans and Democrats are starting to work together on it. Publicly, the results of 2016 has lead to divisiveness, "The Democrats are evil and dumb!" "The Republicans are evil and selfish!" and it has become impossible for a Democrat to publicly support anything this President proposes without infuriating their base, and impossible for this President to publicly involve a Democrat without infuriating his base. When it was found that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer were meeting frequently with Trump at the White House in a hidden attempt at bipartisanship, both the Democrats and Republicans got worked up. As I write this there are signs that to hide their support, some Democrats are working with Republicans to add more measures to the bill; a Democrat wants to support it in exchange for say increasing the child tax credit, they'll find a sympathetic Republican to work with the White House and add it to the bill. We need to stop demonizing each other, finally Congress is ready to work together with both parties on some issues, but they are prevented by the stale air from 2016. We Can overcome this, we Can work together, and we Can unify our country, which is far too big for all the needless partisanship. We will always have Republicans, we will always have Democrats,finding a middle ground means bending to the will of the American People, and isn't that after all the very purpose of Public Service?