If you think the Dem’s BBB plan doesn’t give the wealthy tax breaks and doesn’t tax the middle class, you are sadly mistaken. https://tinyurl.com/2p8ssr7x
Wow. That comment is an incredibly lame response to #46’s ignoring military advisers’ counsel (then claiming he didn’t remember them saying anything about it to him), conducting a disastrous troop withdrawal, surrendering to Taliban demands, leaving hundreds of Americans and thousands of collaborators behind, and leaving everything at Bagram airfield to be looted, especially when he has evidenced zero hindsight about it, claiming it was a big success.
All that proves is his dismal lack of foresight, leadership, and management ability, as so horrifically proven by his incompetent withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Only about one-third of the BBB Bill actually goes for improving infrastructure. This Bill is chockful of spending for Democrat pet projects that they have repeatedly proven they are ineffectual at managing (or do you not recall Obama’s dismal FAIL Green Energy to the tune of $150 Billion?!), not to mention it would increase taxes for middle income Americans while giving tax breaks to the wealthy. And #46 outright lied when he whispered it will cost Americans “Zero dollars”. (https://tinyurl.com/w3da2vht; https://tinyurl.com/2sm53tuy)
Oh really? Looks like you need your memory refreshed. While running for president in the 2007 Democrat primaries, Biden had based his entire foreign policy around sending more troops to Afghanistan. He had memorized one line, “if we’re surging troops anywhere, it should be in Afghanistan”, and repeated it in the Senate, in interviews, and on the campaign trail. https://www.cfr.org/event/conversation-joseph-r-biden
You’ll get no argument from me re the 10%. But the 90% would just be foolhardy. Despite #46’s “friendship” with Xi, CCP China has proven malevolent intent in their commitment of massive funds to military buildup and technology. The main problem with the U.S. military has been mismanagement of funds, and there’s no telling exactly how much has been siphoned off for dark ops.
Since it’s evident you are challenged in your memory of recent history, the following is to remind you that it was a bipartisan decision to invade Afghanistan: “Biden did not oppose the US invasion of Afghanistan. As a US senator from Delaware, he joined his Senate colleagues in a unanimous vote in support of the 2001 resolution that authorized the use of military force against ‘nations, organizations, or persons’ President George W. Bush determined were behind the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.” (https://tinyurl.com/cec934jr) It seems you also don’t remember that Obama had 8 years during which to withdraw from that ongoing war, yet he chose to send more troops.
The MSM “news” propagandists are consistent, if nothing else. :-D
Wow, that must be one big barge tooling down the river of denial. SMH…
Aw, sad little Kool-Aid drinker, continuing to believe the propaganda. Your denial serves you well. Buh-bye.