Joe Biden wants to spend $6 trillion next year. That’s what he’s calling for in his budget. He was in Cleveland on Thursday to “sell” the plan. He’s got a lot of selling to do, because the budget is going to run a $1.8 trillion deficit next year alone. And that’s if he doesn’t spend another dime helping out more union buddies.
Let’s put this another way.
Biden says that he’s going to expand the middle class, and raise up the lower class, not “trickle down”, which is a dig at Ronald Reagan, who heralded in a huge economy back in the 1980’s, after the misery of Gerald Ford and Jimmy “I Can’t Get It Right” Carter. But he’s got a problem. He has already promised that he’s not going to raise taxes on the middle class, as he puts it, “anyone making over $400,000 a year” (later revised to…
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