President Biden Went To Capitol Hill And Announced Both The Physical And Human Infrastructure Bills Will Pass. He Took The Time Pressure Off The Deliberations, Giving Both The Progressives And Conservatives More Time To Negotiate On The Cost And Content Of The Bills. All Members Of The Democratic Caucus Know The Bills Are Popular With 62% Of The American People. They Know They Have To Pass Both Bills In Support Of The Biden Presidency And To Secure Wins In The Mid-Term Elections.

The goals of President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda are hugely popular with both Democrat and Republican Americans. The average American supports federal programs that will fund childcare, offer free pre-school, expand Medicare coverage for seniors, fight climate change, and offer free community college. Most Americans understand how improving the quality of education for children is an investment in increasing the potential for success of future generations. Most Americans understand how the more successful people from the lower and middle income communities are, the stronger the American economy will be. Additionally, most Americans realize the morality in supporting early childhood development and make sure senior citizens receive high quality healthcare.

Republican voters may refuse to admit they support Biden’s vision for making America better for more Americans. Still, millions of Trump’s base will be the first in line to scarf up the benefits Biden promised to the middle class. Conservatives in Congress and Fox News conveniently avoids reporting that the Biden plan would be fully funded by passing tax laws that force people earning over $400,000 to pay their fair share of taxes. Do Trump voters think it’s acceptable for billionaires like Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to pay zero taxes? Unlike the Trump tax cuts for the rich which blew up the national debt by 2 trillion dollars, the Biden human infrastructure plan will be fully paid for by taxing the upper 1%.

One of the biggest lies in politics is that Republicans are fiscally conservative. In Jan. 2021 The Washington Post cited “one of President Donald Trump’s lesser-known but profoundly damaging legacies will be the explosive rise in the national debt that occurred on his watch.” The debt rose to 7.8 trillion dollars under Trump, largely due to his tax cut for the rich, which did not pay for itself as promised, and his unrestrained spending. Additionally, the past 9 out of 10 recessions occurred during a Republican administration. The Post article also reported “President Trump took office at the crest of the longest economic expansion in U.S. history. He leaves presiding over the worst labor market in modern U.S. history.” Republicans misrepresent themselves as fiscal conservatives while they consistently, hypocritically and shamelessly increased the national debt and deficit in support of Trump’s incompetent spending practices.

Unfortunately, the Democrats are engaged in an ideological battle over the cost and components of the human infrastructure bill. Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema resist voting for the bill, stating their conservative views on spending and disagreement. With specific social programs. However, the account is popular with their constituents, so is their resistance just a Trump-like stunt to gain attention for themselves. Despite the dramatics, it is clear the two infrastructure bills are destined to pass, and the average American will realize a better life because the Democrats are steering the ship.

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