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MCPO Roger Collins
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It’s being reported 9% of the so-called infrastructure bill is designated for bridges and roads. As with the last $880B, Sheriff Biden oversaw was blown on social and political vote buying.
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MAJ Byron Oyler
MAJ Byron Oyler
3 mo
The 91% is what concerns me the most.
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MCPO Roger Collins
MCPO Roger Collins
3 mo
MAJ Byron Oyler Depends on what the word is is. Infrastructure means something totally different to this bunch.
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3 mo
MCPO Roger Collins - Only time will tell.
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MCPO Roger Collins - Basically they are playing very dangerous word games in an attempt to spend more on social change that they want. To my understanding they can only do this one of 2 ways without the Republicans caving in: reconciliation or eliminating the filibuster rule. It will be interesting to see what happens.
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LT Brad McInnis
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It would be nice if the "infrastructure" bill actually spent at least half the money on infrastructure. This one spends less than 10% on actual infrastructure.
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3 mo
LT Brad McInnis Please direct me to your sourse... thanking you in advance.
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SFC Combat Engineer
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They redefined the word infrastructure. Do the Republicans really have that poor messaging, or do they really want to go back to earmarks and pork spending. Personally, I believe it’s the latter.
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SGT Lab Technican
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SFC (Join to see) It's my understanding those making over $400,000.00 & corporations will be footing the bill over the next eight years... basically reversing 45's tax cut that benefited the same.
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I believe you are correct. Whoever believes this isn’t going to hurt the poorest among us, well these people still believe in the Easter Bunny, or they just don’t care. MHO
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MAJ Byron Oyler
MAJ Byron Oyler
3 mo
When are these politicians going to realize that pushing costs onto the wealthy and corporations push them to find solutions to being the country's bank. FORD is in business to make money and now is looking at Mexico again.
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