They are not getting enough done. They are not moving fast enough on President Biden’s promises.
Warning signs circled.
Democrats are still debating over their infrastructure and spending budgets in the region. And the longer the fight pulls forward, the worse it looks. Washington officials are right – to the point – to say that this is just a process used by big laws. That’s a statement.
In the end, I believe the Democrats will have no choice but to pass something, even the size of it, because the result is a failure to commit suicide. Democrats have to go in the middle with something they can call winning, and something that could make the ink closer to the change Biden has promised.
But budgeting is not the only issue.
There is still a problem at the border. In August, the Pew Research Center noted that the US Border Patrol had reported “about 200,000 encounters with immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border in July, the highest number per month for more than two decades.”
That’s a big number since Bill Clinton was president.
The treatment of Haitian immigrants was negative on management, and images of police officers breaking their kidneys as whips will be hard to erase from memory.
In addition, a member of the Senate has warned Democrats not to introduce a way to become a citizen of the Rota and other undocumented citizens in their finances. It is unclear whether the Senate Democrats tried to circumvent the unofficial parliamentary ruling, but ninety-two law students called for them to do so.
In the case of police reform, negotiations on the law have been completely shattered by the practice of pointing fingers as popular …
… Then there is the widespread, widespread voting rights that are circulating around the world, which some have called the likes of Jim Crow 2.0 …
… Not to mention that Covid is still killing too many Americans.
Democrats have failed to deliver enough to make voters happy …