I think it’s safe to say by now that Joe Biden isn’t living up to be the president he promised.
Old Joe claimed he could do a better job than Donald Trump. I guess that didn’t include his winning negotiations and incredible record on the economy.
Biden is determined to ratchet up our debt no matter what. His vision for the Americans isn’t one where we are economically free, but totally dependent on government spending.
Of course, anyone that tries to achieve the good life under Biden will be taxed into oblivion.
Now, he just broke a terrible record—his spending plans dwarf what they were during WWII.
From The Hill:
Biden is set to propose a budget totaling $6 trillion in the coming days, The New York Times reported early Thursday, about a third higher than pre-pandemic spending levels…
The plan demonstrates that Biden shows little interest in taming the deficit, which would remain above $1 trillion through the next decade despite an expected economic recovery…
Rather than find a path to a sustainable debt, the plan would increase the country’s debt burden to 117 percent of gross domestic product by the end of the decade, exceeding its World War II record in 2024.
Well, Joe Biden said he wanted a legacy like FDR’s. And he’s dead set on making that a reality.
According to reports, Biden wants to push a budget of $6 trillion. That kind of spending would increase our debt beyond what it was during World War II.
$6 trillion? And he’s projecting to add $13 trillion to our deficit in the next decade? Excuse us while we grab a paper bag and hypeventilate.
Those sorts of numbers are outrageous. They are so large, they are near impossible to comprehend.
For those who don’t remember, socialist FDR pushed radical spending to get us “out” of the Great Depression.
And during the war, the government was spending a ton on weapons, planes, and resources for our military.
While we can dissect FDR’s spending agenda, at least he could say he was saving the world from Hitler.
Why is Joe Biden trying to plunge us into worse debt–when we are not even at war?
Biden has made it clear most of his spending is not for needed infrastructure like roads and bridges. (And it’s definitely not for the border wall.)
It appears Biden wants to buy America’s loyalty with radical spending on social programs and the welfare state.
Instead of cutting government spending, and reducing its burden on taxpayers, he wants to make it so fewer people can actually succeed.
Without the government’s interference, of course.
- Joe Biden wants to spend up to $6 trillion on new government programs.
- That debt is more than what the U.S. was spending during WWII.
- Biden has vowed to expand the welfare state, forcing more Americans to rely on government handouts.
Source: The Hill