Joe Biden’s “budget” – a 6 trillion dollar liberal wish list – is dead on arrival.
The Washington Examiner reports:
“President Joe Biden has rolled out his highly anticipated first budget request, a far-reaching $6 trillion ask with an expensive price tag and vague left-leaning proposals that GOP lawmakers and Congress-watchers say is largely doomed on Capitol Hill.”
“…Yet, with the rise of hyperpartisanship, the Carter and Clinton administrations alumnus said it is now commonplace for the opposition party to declare presidential budgets “dead on arrival.” End-of-fiscal-year funding fights often leave the status quo in place for months after that — or longer.”
Lindsey Graham put it this way:
“It is insanely expensive. It dramatically increases non-defense spending and taxes. Over time it will result in a weakened Department of Defense,” he wrote. “There will be serious discussions about government funding. But the Biden budget isn’t serious and it won’t be a part of those discussions.”
You could say the same about the Biden presidency.