The hopelessly corrupt Biden administration is sending America into a downward spiral

m.knox

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It won't stop climate change. It won't help the middle class. It won't lower drug prices..... But it will make lefties feel good. It will increase government. It will increase taxes.....

We've seen it all before when high paying green energy jobs never materialized...........

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...ion-is-sending-america-into-a-downward-spiral

Against all odds, the fundamental transformation of the United States, envisioned by the radical Left and implemented by an all-too-willing Democratic Party, is underway. August is typically a quiet time in our nation’s capital with Congress out of session, but seismic events in the past two weeks have combined to make clear what Democrats have planned for this country.

President Joe Biden signed the ludicrously named Inflation Reduction Act into law this week, which was only possible because Sen. Joe Manchin, (D-WV), one of the only supposedly centrist Democrats left, finally gave into the liberal demands of his party. He did so because, contrary to the image of integrity he’s tried so hard to project, Manchin had a price, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY) agreed to pay it. And as a result, the public is going to be saddled with a boondoggle of a bill that analysts agree will not reduce inflation. It will, however, raise taxes on the middle class and subsidize green energy programs.

The bill will also dramatically expand the scope and size of the IRS. In fact, it increases IRS funding by $80 billion, nearly six times its current annual budget of $13.7 billion , and adds an army of 87,000 new auditors to its ranks. Given that the IRS has been stockpiling weapons in recent years, buying up $700,000 in ammunition this year alone, this truly gives new meaning to the phrase, “weaponization of U.S. institutions.”
 

Vic Vaselino

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It won't stop climate change. It won't help the middle class. It won't lower drug prices..... But it will make lefties feel good. It will increase government. It will increase taxes.....

We've seen it all before when high paying green energy jobs never materialized...........

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...ion-is-sending-america-into-a-downward-spiral

Against all odds, the fundamental transformation of the United States, envisioned by the radical Left and implemented by an all-too-willing Democratic Party, is underway. August is typically a quiet time in our nation’s capital with Congress out of session, but seismic events in the past two weeks have combined to make clear what Democrats have planned for this country.

President Joe Biden signed the ludicrously named Inflation Reduction Act into law this week, which was only possible because Sen. Joe Manchin, (D-WV), one of the only supposedly centrist Democrats left, finally gave into the liberal demands of his party. He did so because, contrary to the image of integrity he’s tried so hard to project, Manchin had a price, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY) agreed to pay it. And as a result, the public is going to be saddled with a boondoggle of a bill that analysts agree will not reduce inflation. It will, however, raise taxes on the middle class and subsidize green energy programs.

The bill will also dramatically expand the scope and size of the IRS. In fact, it increases IRS funding by $80 billion, nearly six times its current annual budget of $13.7 billion , and adds an army of 87,000 new auditors to its ranks. Given that the IRS has been stockpiling weapons in recent years, buying up $700,000 in ammunition this year alone, this truly gives new meaning to the phrase, “weaponization of U.S. institutions.”
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
 
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bdgan

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It won't stop climate change. It won't help the middle class. It won't lower drug prices..... But it will make lefties feel good. It will increase government. It will increase taxes.....

We've seen it all before when high paying green energy jobs never materialized...........

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...ion-is-sending-america-into-a-downward-spiral

Against all odds, the fundamental transformation of the United States, envisioned by the radical Left and implemented by an all-too-willing Democratic Party, is underway. August is typically a quiet time in our nation’s capital with Congress out of session, but seismic events in the past two weeks have combined to make clear what Democrats have planned for this country.

President Joe Biden signed the ludicrously named Inflation Reduction Act into law this week, which was only possible because Sen. Joe Manchin, (D-WV), one of the only supposedly centrist Democrats left, finally gave into the liberal demands of his party. He did so because, contrary to the image of integrity he’s tried so hard to project, Manchin had a price, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY) agreed to pay it. And as a result, the public is going to be saddled with a boondoggle of a bill that analysts agree will not reduce inflation. It will, however, raise taxes on the middle class and subsidize green energy programs.

The bill will also dramatically expand the scope and size of the IRS. In fact, it increases IRS funding by $80 billion, nearly six times its current annual budget of $13.7 billion , and adds an army of 87,000 new auditors to its ranks. Given that the IRS has been stockpiling weapons in recent years, buying up $700,000 in ammunition this year alone, this truly gives new meaning to the phrase, “weaponization of U.S. institutions.”
I remember senator Kennedy asking how much co2 would be reduced with $trillions of green energy spending and no dems could respond.
 
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jferretti

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Still trying to figure out what we need 87K more IRS agents for, especially since they are now supposedly allowed to be armed.
For the 100th time, there won't be that many more "agents". Consider getting off that talking point. If you want to address the amount of money earmarked for IRS, that would be a more intellectually honest debate.
 
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PSUEngineer89

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For the 100th time, there won't be that many more "agents". Consider getting off that talking point. If you want to address the amount of money earmarked for IRS, that would be a more intellectually honest debate.
If there are to be some 87000 more IRS employees, with only some agents, and all armed, ……

then you are making a distinction that matters very little.
 

bdgan

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For the 100th time, there won't be that many more "agents". Consider getting off that talking point. If you want to address the amount of money earmarked for IRS, that would be a more intellectually honest debate.
$80 billion

Do some division
 

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