Big Balls Biden Makes more news on infrastructure

Redblooded

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I have said that 1.5 Trillion was a reasonable amount for infrastructure to do the job right. Biden has dropped it to 1.7 from 2.2 trillion as he talks with the Republicans. Now he is down to 1.4 trillion, which is about as small as he can go. We will see if he can reach agreement or they will have to go it alone. He is making a solid effort to be bipartisan with this bill. They may have to drop raising taxes on corporations to make it work. This is up to the Republicans now. They won't wait forever on this.
 

Wils97

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I have said that 1.5 Trillion was a reasonable amount for infrastructure to do the job right. Biden has dropped it to 1.7 from 2.2 trillion as he talks with the Republicans. Now he is down to 1.4 trillion, which is about as small as he can go. We will see if he can reach agreement or they will have to go it alone. He is making a solid effort to be bipartisan with this bill. They may have to drop raising taxes on corporations to make it work. This is up to the Republicans now. They won't wait forever on this.
Fair give-and-take. It’s a popular bill, and if the GOP doesn’t want to have their names behind it, the Dems should go it alone and take all the credit.
 

maggs

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That sounds like a good compromise, as long as more the 15% will be used for infrastructure repair and replacement.
 
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Redblooded

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That sounds like a good compromise, as long as more the 15% will be used for infrastructure repair and replacement.

We will see what the final bill ends up but the goal is in the "build back better" is to create lots of jobs, while improving the country to where it should be.
 

Jaemekon

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I have said that 1.5 Trillion was a reasonable amount for infrastructure to do the job right. Biden has dropped it to 1.7 from 2.2 trillion as he talks with the Republicans. Now he is down to 1.4 trillion, which is about as small as he can go. We will see if he can reach agreement or they will have to go it alone. He is making a solid effort to be bipartisan with this bill. They may have to drop raising taxes on corporations to make it work. This is up to the Republicans now. They won't wait forever on this.

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The infatuation with Joe’s “Big Balls” by our resident libs here on the Scrolls is kinda creepy. Almost homo like
I think the libs that think Biden's balls are big are mistaken. Just because they sag doesn't mean they are big. It just means that he is old.
 
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