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Sep 9, 2022 13:53:09   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.

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Sep 9, 2022 14:01:41   #
Liberty Tree
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)


How many Democrats, including Biden, take responsibility for the inflation and border crisis they created. Oh, that is different.

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Sep 9, 2022 15:20:19   #
Bevvy
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)


The Department of Veterans Affairs will soon offer abortions in certain cases and abortion counseling to veterans, regardless of state laws.

It’s the latest move taken by the Biden administration to expand abortion rights in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to eliminate the federal right to an abortion earlier this summer.

and I , as a veteran , cannot get a tooth filled at the VA

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Sep 9, 2022 15:21:25   #
Justice101
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)


Is the new Infrastructure Bill currently helping Jackson, Mississippi's water infrastructure problems?

https://www.wlbt.com/2022/09/06/supervisors-agree-helping-jackson-with-its-water-crisis-theyre-odds-over-how-theyll-do-it/

https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/fact-sheet-epa-bipartisan-infrastructure-law

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Sep 9, 2022 15:24:50   #
Strycker
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)


If you want to criticize political hypocrisy, and by all means you should, you need to expand your field of vision to be more inclusive. To limit your criticism to only one side is, well, hypocritical. Besides, Republicans did not vote against actual infrastructure, ie roads and bridges. They voted against the climate change/green new deal/social equity bs that was 90% of the "infrastructure bill".

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Sep 9, 2022 15:32:25   #
nwtk2007 Loc: Texas
 
Strycker wrote:
If you want to criticize political hypocrisy, and by all means you should, you need to expand your field of vision to be more inclusive. To limit your criticism to only one side is, well, hypocritical. Besides, Republicans did not vote against actual infrastructure, ie roads and bridges. They voted against the climate change/green new deal/social equity bs that was 90% of the "infrastructure bill".


Woops!

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Sep 9, 2022 19:14:15   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
How many Democrats, including Biden, take responsibility for the inflation and border crisis they created. Oh, that is different.


How many?

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Sep 9, 2022 19:22:40   #
PeterS
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)

They're republicans, what did you think they would do? And the thing is their constituents are too stupid to figure out what they are doing...

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Sep 10, 2022 07:30:28   #
Liberty Tree
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
How many?


Zero

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Sep 10, 2022 09:05:16   #
Bevvy
 
permafrost wrote:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-republicans-infrastructure-law/index.html


President Joe Biden on Thursday criticized Republican lawmakers who voted against the bipartisan infrastructure bill last year but have taken credit for projects made possible by the $1.2 trillion law.

"We got a little help from Republicans -- but not a lot -- but enough to get it passed. But the truth is, there are a lot more Republicans taking credit for that bill than who actually voted for it," Biden said at a Democratic National Committee reception in Maryland, another stop for the President as he picks up his campaigning less than two months ahead of the midterm elections.
"I see them out there, 'And now we're going to build this new bridge here, we're all for it. And by the way, this new road, and we're going to have an internet that going to be all the way,' the President said, changing his tone of voice for his impression of the Republicans. "I love them, man. They ain't got no shame."
Biden did not name any Republican lawmakers in his speech, but a recent review by CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper" found at least 14 congressional Republicans who voted against the bill have tried to take credit for projects made possible by it.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/09/politics/biden-repu... (show quote)

biden does not take any credit for the inflation , but deserves it all

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Sep 10, 2022 10:50:19   #
moldyoldy
 



The city is black so the state government has no interest in fixing the problem that is decades old.

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Sep 10, 2022 12:25:04   #
Justice101
 
moldyoldy wrote:
The city is black so the state government has no interest in fixing the problem that is decades old.


The Infrastructure Bill that was passed is supposed to help with water infrastructure issues. It appears that there isn't an easy way to access help from this bill. More money for the green new deal activists to plunder.

https://money.cnn.com/2012/10/22/news/economy/obama-energy-bankruptcies/index.html

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Sep 10, 2022 13:01:37   #
moldyoldy
 
Justice101 wrote:
The Infrastructure Bill that was passed is supposed to help with water infrastructure issues. It appears that there isn't an easy way to access help from this bill. More money for the green new deal activists to plunder.

https://money.cnn.com/2012/10/22/news/economy/obama-energy-bankruptcies/index.html



Your link has nothing to do with water.

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Sep 10, 2022 13:41:35   #
Justice101
 
moldyoldy wrote:
Your link has nothing to do with water.


It ties in with the infrastructure bill that includes climate change initiatives like those that Obama and his admin had administered and failed as an example. Biden, having the same Obama strategists behind the scenes, may fall into the exact same pitfalls as before.

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Sep 23, 2022 00:36:18   #
PeterS
 
Bevvy wrote:
biden does not take any credit for the inflation , but deserves it all

Inflation is higher in Europe. Is he responsible for that too?

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