Il comitato editoriale di WaPo rimprovera i progressisti in mezzo alla battaglia sulla spesa dei Dem: 'Stop demanding' a 'revolution' from Biden

“Per un momento, i progressisti sembravano avere un'opportunità da sogno per imprimere la loro visione sul paese. I democratici a marzo si sono fatti avanti con un grande disegno di legge di soccorso per il covid-19 su un voto di linea del partito. The party seemed unified enough to leverage its thin majorities, as senior lawmakers prepared infrastructure and social spending bills that would cost trillions,” the editorial board began its piece martedì. “These dreams were never realistic, and they are now evaporating. But many progressives are having trouble accepting this, looking for gimmicky ways to enact broad structural change despite centrists’ objections.

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The piece insistedDemocrats must cut back their big social spending bill from $ 3.5 trillion to $ 2 trillion or lessin order to meet thedemands of key moderatesand rejected the progressive caucusclaim thatThis is our moment to make the President’s vision a realitywhile arguing to maintain the programs in the bill but shorten the period of time they’re funded, writing in a letterThis bill offers us a chance to fundamentally transform the relationship between the American people and their government.

rappresentante. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., speaks with reporters after a meeting of the progressive House Democrats on Capitol Hill, Venerdì, Ott. 1, 2021, a Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon)

rappresentante. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., speaks with reporters after a meeting of the progressive House Democrats on Capitol Hill, Venerdì, Ott. 1, 2021, a Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon)

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