Biden again asked what to cut from Dems’ giant spending bill. I offered some ideas on Tuesday, but here they are again: -$350B state/local slush fund -$86B bailout of multiemployer pensions -Post-pandemic $$
I wrapped up another telephone town hall yesterday—talking with folks about the recent drop in COVID-19 cases in Missouri, reopening our country, and how Biden’s bailout bill would mortgage our children’s future to pay for things that have nothing to do with COVID-19.
Here's How Much Money Every State Will Get From The Biden Bailout#zerohedge
Dems vote to start pushing through $1.9T bailout package without GOP support after Biden told GOP senators their $600B offer was 'too small'
@scottmstringer Scott Stringer on Biden's aid package: "We're looking at a billion dollars for aid to state government... [and] to our city, which is desperately needed... We do need a bailout for the MTA and our transit system... This is the best deal in town for our country."
On the 2008 bailout, Biden was right and Sanders was wrong. Our editorial on how history vindicates Biden's position. @PostOpinions