Commerce Sec. Raimondo On Biden's Vow Not To Deficit Spend To Pay For Legislative Priorities | MSNBC 1

Commerce Sec. Raimondo On Biden’s Vow Not To Deficit Spend To Pay For Legislative Priorities | MSNBC


Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo says President Biden, 'absolutely wants to find bipartisan agreement’ on legislative priorities.

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  1. STILL NOTHING about yesterday’s mass shooting at an elementary school…I wonder why?

    1. It is America… when it happens almost daily, it’s hard to keep up. ~150 this year already. Just over 1 per day.
      BTW…. ABC news already have a release.
      PS: and we have grown tired of hearing from the lunatic fringe about the Big Lie.

    2. Nothing about a guy murdered in Baltimore, just because he was wearing a kippah. We need gun control, so this garbage stops happening.

  2. lol
    Vow not to deficit spend?? And democrats buy that? Hook line and sinker. Pfft b

  3. Spending is spending is spending. The Democrats don’t care where the money comes from. smdh

    1. @Josef Jerbils Raise taxes in order to spend more. As opposed to cutting taxes and still spending more, like President Pumpkinhead did. And which one is mindless?

    2. @Skippy Skipperson The spending raises taxes which kills job growth. Did you drop out at third grade?

    3. @Josef Jerbils Studies have shown that raising taxes actually increases job growth, if those tax increases are for spending that benefits lower and middle class Americans.

      See, you would find out about these things if you were smart enough to go to college.

    4. @Skippy Skipperson That’s an awfully big “IF”, And if you thought these tax increases were going to benefit American citizens, then your parents wasted their hard-earned money on your liberal arts degree.

    5. @Josef Jerbils Yeah, because rebuilding roads and bridges doesn’t benefit American citizens. Replacing lead pipes all across the country doesn’t benefit American citizens. All these other things don’t benefit American citizens. Pinhead.

      My parents didn’t waste any money. They were dead before I got to high school. I paid for my Accounting degree by working hard. Not only are you too stupid to go to college, you aren’t even close to be willing to work as hard as it takes.

    1. @kanibeMe Who is more authoritarian than Trump. No one can disagree with him, he know all.

  4. CNBC flabbergasted — Biggest jobs miss in 23 years…

    U.S. added just 266,000 jobs in April, March payrolls revised lower

    ‘The worst miss in 23 years’

    1. @Tessmage Tessera are you getting paid to shill for the Democrats you’re on literally every post and it’s sad…. No actually it’s pathetic.

    1. Every single Republican president of the past 50 years… Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush Sr., Bush Jr. and Trump… has ruined the economy, in one way or another. And then, the Dems come in and fix it. So why people keep voting for Republicans is a complete mystery to me. Nevermind what they say — their actual track record on the economy has been horrible.

    2. @Tessmage Tessera you’ve already packed up and moved to that “alternate” reality I see. Smh.

    3. @Tessmage Tessera Actually, the economy did better under Nixon, than it had under JFK/LBJ. In that case, Carter came along and ruined the economy.

  5. If doing nothing is not an option. Republicans who went on record should have pay and privileges revoked until they return to work for ALL Americans. Not even a key to the washroom no office nothing!


  7. Make billionaires and big corporations pay their fair share of taxes. Then we can afford to help ordinary citizens.

  8. CNBC flabbergasted — Biggest jobs miss in 23 years…

    U.S. added just 266,000 jobs in April, March payrolls revised lower

    ‘The worst miss in 23 years’


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