Biden’s Short-Term Retreats Could Mean Midterm Defeats - WhoWhatWhy

Biden’s Short-Term Retreats Could Mean Midterm Defeats

Joe Biden, midterm elections, campaign promises
Will the Democrats choose the wrong vehicle for the 2022 midterms? Photo credit: DonkeyHotey / WhoWhatWhy (CC BY-SA 2.0) See complete attribution below.
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3 responses to “Biden’s Short-Term Retreats Could Mean Midterm Defeats”

  1. Avatar John says:

    Most people need it and the economy definitely needs it.

  2. Avatar Dennis R. Bartholomew says:

    No, Biden is doing it right. In my opinion “stimulus” package is way to expensive, includes money for people like me who absolutely don’t need it, including the 1400 dollars. Also the $15 minimum wage will come, but through normal channels, not through budget manipulations.

  3. Avatar M4 G4 says:

    Remember the time when 80 million people were ‘scammed’ into voting for ‘building back better’ solely by executive orders?!