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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Biden's Bloated Spending Spree

U.S. taxpayers will have to cough up more of their earnings over the coming years under President Biden's unending bloated spending spree (including his proposals outlined in his Fiscal Year 2022 Budget, which was unveiled on Friday, May 28...U.S. equity markets remained gridlocked on the news).

As if their existing $225,310 debt per taxpayer, together with increasing inflation burdens, wasn't enough! 😕

When will taxpayers say enough is enough and demand more fiscal responsibility, accountability and transparency from their lawmakers...especially their President, if he can unstuff the ice cream from his mouth long enough to answer serious questions?