This is very straightforward. We are currently facing the highest level of inflation in decades, massive labor shortages, empty shelves, surging gas prices and over 80 ships loaded with goods backed up off the coast of California. So far, Biden’s only action has been to push for, and finally get a trillion dollar “infrastructure” bill passed.
I haven’t heard of anyone claiming our infrastructure doesn’t need upgrading, but we all know that what passed was a fraction of what was being pushed by the Democrats.
Infrastructure has always been understood to be things like roads and bridges (why not pipelines?), but Democrats are trying to add new social spending and also calling this “infrastructure”. How in the world would this benefit America?
I frequently slam Libs, and I always feel justified in doing so because they never are willing to give straight answers to straight questions. Here’s your chance, prove me wrong…
I know you guys understand supply and demand. I know you understand that printing trillions of dollars devalues the currency in circulation which is a big factor in causing inflation.
Why is Biden pushing so hard to enact and carry out policies that reduce supplies of countless necessities, including oil, encourages people to not go back to work and compounding all the current economic problems by printing money, especially for “social infrastructure” that only affects a small minority of the population?
Americans, especially the poor and middle class, whom Biden claims he wants to help, are hurting and Biden is putting the fire out by pouring on gas. WHY? Why now? Who is being helped by what he’s doing?