Skip to comments.Biden to tout infrastructure investments alongside McConnell on Wednesday
Posted on 01/01/2023 10:14:46 AM PST by ChicagoConservative27
President Biden will travel to Kentucky on Wednesday to tout infrastructure investments and his broader economic plan, and he’ll be joined by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), the White House said Sunday.
Biden will head to Kentucky one day after the a new GOP House majority is sworn in to speak about “how his economic plan is rebuilding our infrastructure, creating good-paying jobs that don’t require a four-year degree, and revitalizing communities left behind,” the White House said.
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In which country?
The leaders of the Chicom wing of the US government.
Mitch McConnell.....is one of the BIG ASS problems with OUR country.
Disgusting payoffs to big donors. Watch the $$$ disappear into donor’s pockets.
Gee, didn’t Ditch tell DJT he couldn’t do this?
But now he helps the Dessicated Husk to do it.
If you live in Kentucky, get out there and lambast the both of them throughout their little shindig.
China’s Bitches have no credibility with me.
Uniparty on display. How about addressing the United States invasion? Not a chance.
The uniparty is going on the attack.
Infrastructure to me is petroleum wells, pipelines and refineries.
Has the US gov’t paid for any of that lately?
Two more years (at least) of unfettered criminality. Fasten your seat belts.
“Infrastructure investments” = Pocket lining. And let me guess: Not a dime will go towards the “infrastructure” of the border wall.
BTW here we are, it’s January. Get ready to watch the RINO party do absolutely nothing
Oh, just shut up.
The Politburo makes a public appearance.
> The leaders of the Chicom wing of the US government. <
True that. And it’s a very big wing. I wonder when ‘60 Minutes’ is going to do an expose on all this.
I kid, of course. The mainstream media is quite busy slandering conservatives. They have no time or inclination to do any real investigative journalism.
Beat me to it. Two senile and dangerous old men.
I’ve been hearing “infrastructure investments” from the government for over 50 years. Yet, it is ALWAYS crumbling and falling apart. How can that possibly be? (I naively ask)
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