Liberals’ Defense-Spending Misdirection

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group transits the Pacific Ocean in formation, January 25, 2020. (Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Anthony Rivera/US Navy)
Another dishonest attempt to make a reckless $6 trillion agenda seem reasonable.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE L iberals have tested many different talking points to make it seem as if their reckless ambitions to pass $6 trillion in new spending over the course of President Biden’s first year in office are actually quite reasonable. They’ve claimed, with debt as a share of the economy set to eclipse the World War II record, that deficits don’t really matter, and they’ve asserted that a $3.5 trillion spending bill actually costs zero dollars. Now, they are dusting off a golden oldie by trying to argue that their agenda pales in comparison to what we spend on defense.

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