U.S. Sen. Jon Tester must believe that Montana voters are uneducated about politics and what is actually taking place in Washington. The answers to my questions are misleading and vague. Tester can try to twist his reasons for not voting for the tax cuts for every Montanans, but his party-line answer won't fly.
If you saw him being outraged at the tax cut booklet because it is 400 pages, I had to laugh. When he and former Sen. Max Baucus were championing Obamacare he wasn't outraged at the 2,300-page, disgusting Affordable Care Act. I guess he also didn't listen to Baucus as Baucus left the Senate and said the ACA "is headed for a train wreck" — which has been proven to be true with increases of 20 percent to 60 percent and forcasted to go higher. And Tester, like the rest of the Democrats, didn't read the 2,300 pages before voting for it. He should have been outraged at Speaker Nancy Pelosi when she said that he needed to vote for the ACA before you can find out what is in it.
Tester also went along with the addition of $10 trillion to the national debt under Barack Obama.
Replace the phony politician Tester.