Pretty clear that....
1. tax cuts can raise revenue
2. we don't have an income problem, we have a spending problem
3. neither party will address the problem until its too late
I am not picking on one poster but this "we don't have a tax problem, we have a spending problem" response is trite and condescending. If you take it literally, then what you are saying is that the Trump/Republican solution to a spending problem is to cut taxes. This is so nonsensical that it really isn't even possible to debate the issue if that is the starting point of the discussion.
The second argument that tax cuts raise revenue was proven false by Reagan, by Bush, and now again by Trump. There is no evidence even that tax cuts are good for the economy. Deficit spending is good for the economy, that is a proven truth but there is no evidence that with a balanced budget that lower taxes and spending is better for the economy than higher taxes and spending.
In this case (our current rate of taxation and spending), I suspect that if spending was cut to a level that allowed for a balance budget, there would be a recession if not a depression.
The third statement is not really true either. Politicians during the Clinton administration balanced the budget. Obama (along with congress on both sides of the aisle) while recovering from a deep recession was able to maintain deficits well below what Trump has been maintaining.
It is true that those willing to address debt are few and far between but I still don't get the republican apparent attitude of "we will never be able to balance the budget so let's just cut taxes" follow by a steady stream of "its a spending problem, not a tax problem". This has always and will continue to lead to only one thing, more debt. Trump doesn't care. He likes the sound of lower taxes and figures his base will buy the "spending problem not tax problem". The debt will be someone else's problem.