It was around midnight Eastern Time when the conference report on the stimulus package went live online, at which time 1,494 pages of documents were dumped here. The House is scheduled to begin to consider the legislation at 9 a.m, with a House and Senate vote expected by the end of the day. There is little time for lawmakers to read the bill or study it, let alone time for the media to pick it apart and for the American people to weigh in. This is an absolute travesty, and a product of a President who promised the most transparent administration in history.
Sen. Claire McCaskill hopes to get the vote on the $789 billion legislation over with in time to make her plane back to Missouri.
“Debate starts at 10 in am,” Sen. Claire McCaskill writes on Twitter. “Votes late tomorrow aft or early eve. Holding flight home tomorrow night. Hope I make it.”
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That’s right, the Grinch (Joe Biden) is coming for your pocketbooks this Christmas season with record inflation. Just to recap, here is a list of items that have gone up during his reign.
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