@katieporteroc
Katie Porter
a month ago
Economists across the ideological spectrum agree: the #BuildBackBetter Act reduces inflation. The bill is fully paid for, and it makes much-needed investments in manufacturing that will increase the supply of goods.
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@BillyWr55688541
Billy🌊Meidas🌊Wright
a month ago
@katieporteroc Say it again for the extreme right wingers in the back. Make sure they hear you.
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@SubGrew
Down With The 2-Party System
a month ago
@katieporteroc If you are intellectually serious about preventing inflation then please talk about financial leverage and how we need to reduce it and stop relying on constantly increasing leverage for growth.
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@jimmyc1126
✭ Jimmy C ✭
a month ago
@katieporteroc You’re preaching to the choir here. Let’s get it done!
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@ClaudiaMonet67
Claudia Monet 👻🦩🛵🌿🧉☕️🚀
a month ago
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@PatriciaPennan2
Womanofinspiration
a month ago
@katieporteroc Hey, how are we doing on the voting rights bills? If these don't get done, we may see all the good Congress and POTUS has done be permanently reversed.
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@jennifer_michie
Jennifer Michie
a month ago
@katieporteroc I love you Katie Porter, but be honest: A series of reports from the Congressional Budget Office found that it would add more than $367 billion to the deficit over the next 10 years.
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@rsjamescreative
Richard James
a month ago
@katieporteroc Fully paid for? The CBO says that's a $367 billion lie.
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@dontfollowmeeee
Tim O'Brien
a month ago
@katieporteroc Specifically, how is it "fully paid for"? I don't see how more dollars fighting for goods in a scarce market doesn't cause inflation. In fact, if you were trying to cause inflation, this would be the best way to do it.
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@Lawrenc53600887
Lawrence
a month ago
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