19 Senate Republicans proved that our two party system is now completely dysfunctional

On Tuesday August 10th the 1.2 trillion dollar Infrastructure Bill written and championed by Democrats passed the Senate.  What is most appalling about this progressive nightmare is that 19 Senate Republicans voted for the passage of it. 

Democrats claim that this particular bill is only just a stand alone scaled down version of the original 3.5 trillion dollar Infrastructure Bill which was absolutely chocked full progressive refuse and serves as a mechanism to implement the Green New Deal.

As you can see from this Breitbart article 19 Senate Republicans Made ‘History’ for Joe Biden by Passing Bipartisan So-Called Infrastructure Bill the passed bull is just a Trojan Horse to pass the full blown abomination through Reconcliiation.

The $1.2 trillion, 2,702-page bipartisan infrastructure bill serves as the first part of a two-part approach for the Biden administration. The Biden administration hopes the bill would help facilitate funding of physical infrastructure, while the Democrat $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill would fund social spending programs, which includes the expansion of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to address the “Medicaid gap,” amnesty for illegal aliens, and a civilian climate corps.

While Sens. Portman and Bill Cassidy (R-LA), two GOP lead negotiators of the bipartisan bill, have insisted there is no link between the two infrastructure bills, the passage of the bipartisan bill appears to put the reconciliation bill on a glide path towards passing through Congress.

This Brietbart article $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution Proves Link Between Two Infrastructure Bills proves that the 19 Republicans who voted for the bill have completely turned their backs on the American people and made it far easier for the Democrats to transform the United States into a socialist nightmare.

In the House of Representatives, the chair of the Committee on the Budget may adjust the allocations, ag- gregates, and other budgetary levels included in this con- current resolution to reflect changes resulting from the en- actment of an infrastructure bill or joint resolution, in- cluding legislation implementing the INVEST in America Act or a bipartisan infrastructure agreement.

If you are wondering how bad the full infrastructure bill is check out this statement by Massachusetts Senator Markey

Without question, the Green New Deal is in the DNA of this green budget resolution. All of the things that are in, we talked about in the Green New Deal. Now, we have to go even further in the years ahead. We can’t stop here. And it includes increasing the fuel economy standards for the vehicles which we drive. It means that we have to have a big agreement in Glasgow that brings the whole world together, later on this year, with President Biden, finally having a piece of legislation which passes, so that the rest of the world sees that we’re serious, that we’re the leader and not the laggard. You cannot preach climate temperance from a barstool. You can’t be the worst polluter in history and, simultaneously, tell other countries to stop, unless you are doing so yourself.

There was a time when the Constitution, individual liberty, and free market capitalism were principles that formed the foundation of the Republican Party. That is most definitely not the case now.  For the past several decades the Republican Party has increasingly proved to be just as corrupt and useless as the Democrat party.  This was most evident when the Republican Party did nothing to stop the theft of 2020 presidential election from President Trump.

Both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson strongly opposed the political separation of the United States into two parties.  They feared that that would ultimately lead to the downfall of the United States.  Are they being proved right?   Neither party represents the vast majority of the American people.  They have not for a long time.  It is well past time for the American people to abandon both parties and either have no parties or a large number of much smaller parties.

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