Friday, November 25, 2016

Here is why Janet is lowering rates

WASHINGTON ― Donald Trump thinks Republican leaders “love” him, but he may soon find that these warm feelings won’t necessarily translate into unflinching support from Congress.
Some of the most conservative GOP lawmakers, long used to splitting with their party leaders when they deem their actions to be insufficiently conservative, are signaling even before Trump takes office that the incoming president’s agenda could run into roadblocks.
In the House, conservatives are already saying that any proposed infrastructure bill would have to be offset with cuts to win their support.
“If Trump doesn’t find a way to pay for it, then I think the majority of us ― if not all of us ― are going to vote against it,” Rep. Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) said, speaking of Trump’s yet-to-be proposed, potentially trillion-dollar infrastructure bill.
Small state Senators  not all that enthusiastic about another $150 billion/yr in interest expenses.  Mainly because small states discretionary funding is going down the tubes.

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