Sleepy Joe To Pitch Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal In Wisconsin Today

What could possibly go wrong? Joe has already said the quiet part out loud several times last week when he yammered about wanting to force all the crazy leftist wish list back into the bill, meaning there will be zero Republican support, meaning it is no longer the bipartisan bill

Wisconsin first stop on Biden’s tour to sell $1.2 trln bipartisan infrastructure plan

U.S. President Joe Biden will visit Wisconsin on Tuesday to drum up support for a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package hammered out by a bipartisan group of legislators but still in need of wide support in Congress to become reality.

Biden will speak at a public transit facility in La Crosse, a city in western Wisconsin, highlighting the plan’s investment of some $48.5 billion in public transit to reduce commute times and help reduce emissions, while boosting growth and wages.

The Democratic president told a virtual fundraising dinner on Monday that the infrastructure package would create millions of good-paying jobs and help U.S. firms to compete in the global economy.

“We’re in a race for the 21st century, for who is going to have the strongest economy,” Biden told the event hosted by the Democratic National Committee. “And the rest of the world’s not waiting around. We have more to do, and we have to move fast.”

We’re going to have the strongest economy from public transit, something most people avoid? Taking the bus and train often increases commute time, it’s just that you don’t have to drive and can read a book. Will Joe be taking the train to Wisconsin, or flying a big jet with other jets coming with, followed by a big fossil fueled motorcade? Biden is literally taking a quick trip to Wisconsin, jamming up the airport and roads, for a quick stop at the public transit facility, then flying back to DC. That’s his entire schedule. Makes one wonder if that’s all his advisors trust him to do.

Biden also vowed to continue fighting for additional spending that would expand child care and paid leave to more Americans and offer two years of free community college to those who qualify.

Biden, under massive pressure from Republicans, on Saturday withdrew a threat to not sign the bipartisan bill unless it was accompanied by a separate package focused on what he calls “human infrastructure”, including expanded home care for the elderly and disabled.

So, which is it? Continue fighting for stuff that is unrelated to infrastructure, which could be submitted in a separate, targeted bill, or withdrawing the threat? Will Joe mess it up and let the cat out of the bag again? Will any reporter ask when Joe will reduce his own “carbon emissions”?

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5 Responses to “Sleepy Joe To Pitch Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal In Wisconsin Today”

  1. Professor hale says:

    Why is he pitching a deal when the Democrats have already announced they are going to force it through on party line vote in conference committee? His party needs to do a better job pretending he is really the President.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      The Whisperer may be sellin’ but the sane people ain’t buyin’ his bullshit anymore.

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      #TrustUs
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  2. drowningpuppies says:

    Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin must watch these press conferences giggling uncontrollably at their good fortune: Suddenly the world’s greatest power is in the hands of a slightly dazed-looking fellow who seems like he is always just waking up from heavy anesthesia.

    https://nypost.com/2021/06/28/as-biden-bumbles-whos-really-running-the-us/

    #WhisperingJoey
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    • Professor Hale says:

      To be fair, ideally our country is supposed to have a national government that is so impotent that it can be run by a senile old man and nothing bad happens. I used to think that the Democrats could never agree with the libertarians positions on anything but legalizing weed, but now I see that they share a vision of the future where the government is pretty much on autopilot and it literally doesn’t matter who the President is.

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