Democrats’ taxes and spending – Atmore News
It should come as no surprise that Washington, DC has a spending problem – our national debt has been out of control for years, and no one in Washington seems to care to get it under control. When I ran for office, I often pointed out that Washington had a spending problem, but not a revenue problem. The federal government is already raising insane amounts of money from Americans, but the bureaucrats in Washington are determined to raise taxes and impose more fees on hard-working Americans.
This week, House Democrats will move forward with their plan to bring in Bernie Sanders’ budget resolution, which is the first step in giving the green light to the unbelievable tax expenditure and the incredible $ 3.5 trillion spending. of President Biden’s dollars. Proponents of this plan will sell it as “infrastructure” and “investments in America,” but we need to be very clear about what it is: it’s a bad deal for Americans and will raise taxes for millions of families. across the country earning less than $ 400,000 a year.
This budget provides for the highest sustained federal spending levels in our country’s history. Our national debt stands at nearly $ 30 trillion and continues to grow, but Democrats are… determined to increase our tax and spending levels even further. This budget would amount to $ 68 trillion in spending over the next ten years. I remember when billions in spending were considered massive, but now many in Washington are talking about tens of billions of dollars as if it wasn’t even real.
In addition, this budget would increase our national debt by approximately $ 17 trillion, which would be the highest GDP of any country on the planet except the United States. Worse yet, the budget grants an amnesty to illegal immigrants, eliminates ‘right to work’ protections, cuts military funding to the lowest levels in more than 80 years, and provides absolutely no increases for homeland security to combat it. current crisis at the border.
There will be a lot of political maneuvering in the House this week as President Pelosi sails to appease the various factions within her party. House progressives do not want to consider this $ 3.5 trillion budget without voting on the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure package the Senate passed a few weeks ago, so the end result of this budget resolution is still unclear. Either way, I’ll be very careful and do all I can to tackle runaway spending, rising debt levels, and tax increases on hard-working Americans. The American people deserve better than this.