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" WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Us senate, in a rare display of bipartisanship, on Wednesday got to a two-year budget plan offer to raise federal costs by almost $300 billion, in an attempt to end the type of squabbling over monetary issues that has pestered Washington for several years.

The arrangement, introduced by both the Republican and also Autonomous leaders of the Us senate, would certainly raise caps on defense funding and some domestic government investing. Along with Head of state Donald Trump's tax obligation cuts accepted by Congress in December, the new round of investing would additionally include in the protruding government shortage.
" This expense is the item of considerable negotiations amongst legislative leaders and the White House," Senate Bulk Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican, said on the Us senate floor. "We worked hard to find common ground and also continued to be concentrated on serving the American individuals."'.

The strategy will certainly have to be come on the House of Representatives as well as the Senate, both regulated by Trump's fellow Republicans, before going to the head of state to sign." *.

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77 comments

  1. Posted by Game Creeper, at Reply

    Huh

    • Posted by Game Creeper, at Reply

      😒😒😬😒😒😒

  2. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    Republican Party obstruction led by Mitch McConnell under President Obama killed Bipartisanship in D.C. (Merrick Garland anyone?), so why do corporate Democrats keep trying to do the same when the Republicans don’t care about compromise anymore?

    • Posted by hvymettle, at Reply

      Sloyvenheaven1 Listen, you cousin-marrying wacko, does your lower intestine empty directly into your skull?

    • Posted by 123gwf, at Reply

      Well, you can trust Ted Cruz. 

      Ted Cruz is the most honest man in America.

    • Posted by Nature Boy, at Reply

      ^this wanker is obviously trolling you guys

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

      123gwf

      When the nice lady in white comes around with the tray of white cups, you are supposed to swallow everything in that cup. If you don’t your ability to critically is severely diminished down to zero which will alter your perception of reality.

  3. Posted by Some Guy, at Reply

    “Fiscal Conservatives”, what a joke.

    • Posted by MoF, at Reply

      Some Guy because liberals are not the same?! haha

    • Posted by JoeyFiveandDimes, at Reply

      Some Guy …..Just a code phrase intended to confuse. Nobody knows what ‘fiscal’ is. Conservative ? They don’t conserve anything and are careful about nothing.Here’s the proper definition: Stingy Motherfuckers.

    • Posted by empbac, at Reply

      Liberals do not call themselves “fiscal liberals.” Republicans pretend to care about budgets when it suits them (lower our taxes!) and completely disregard responsible financial management when the agenda changes.

      You can accuse liberals of not being fiscally conservative, but at least there isn’t the inherent hypocrisy involved that we see in Republicans, where they outright lie about caring about developing a balanced budget. They. Do. Not. Care. It’s all political fodder in the end.

  4. Posted by chickendinner2012, at Reply

    Can we please primary all these corporate Democrats

    • Posted by Audrey Muzingo, at Reply

      AwesomeBlackDude I think I love you. ‘Trump Bots on back order.” Beautiful.

    • Posted by elijah mikle, at Reply

      RabidDogma You do know by using the buzzword corporate Democrat you only show how stupid and ignorant you are? The sad truth is you’re the alt-left.

    • Posted by Audrey Muzingo, at Reply

      elijah mikle I rather like the sound of ‘alt left.’ I wouldnt care to have the bumper sticker or anything but you’re welcome to call me that anytime.

  5. Posted by Raizhen010, at Reply

    Oh look. Progressives were right after all. Democrats never intended to fight for dreamers. There was no master strategy here, just one party paid to be weak and one paid to be strong. I’m tired of this game.

    • Posted by K3k3000, at Reply

      I can’t tell Dreamers or anyone else threatened by the Trump administration to look at the big picture, because the big picture is their own lives and well-being. But at the same time, Dems had no leverage in this situation.

      Republican support of DACA is paying lip service to American ideologies in order to placate independent voters; the core of the party has nothing but contempt for immigrants, immigration, and people of color. Republican congressmen have no interest in protecting or providing a pathway to citizenship Dreamers who may one day vote against them, nor are they keen to anger the frothing base of closet racists who view any token gesture of humanity as weakness.

      Shutting down the government is always a game of chicken. Democrats would be daring Republicans to bet on what would give first: their contempt for Dreamers, or the public’s acceptance of Democrat virtue. The answer is easy. Republicans have absolutely no reason to give grounds on Dreamers beyond basic human decency, and in shutting down the government Democrats are only hurting their chances at midterms.

    • Posted by Chelsea Jones, at Reply

      Raizhen010 I am too

    • Posted by StuntpilootStef, at Reply

      elijah mikle You vote for people who don’t take money from big corporations or superpacs. That’s the answer. Ro Khanna, Bernie Sanders, maybe Elizabeth Warren. What you don’t do is whine how it’s all so unfair and that there’s nothing you can do about it. And what you definitely should not do is stay home at the midterm elections.

    • Posted by Person Pierson, at Reply

      Part of the reason I realized what was happening and broke my stupid blind allegiance to the Democratic Party is that I saw how right progressives were on virtually every issue and prediction.

  6. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    Here’s (in my opinion) the best argument against the Republican claim of the benefits of Trickle-Down economics/taking away cuts from the poor for the already wealthy. Say there are 2 guys-a CEO and an average worker. The average worker has been saving for 3 years to buy a new car, while his CEO boss can afford to buy say 3 new cars a year (but obviously he doesn’t because he doesn’t need to). If the government enacts a tax break for wealthy CEOs/increases taxes on the middle-class, the worker will have to save more/longer before he can buy the new car he needs to drive to his job. However, just because the CEO has more money, is he going to spend it on say another new car? No. Republicans argue that if the already wealthy receive more money they will distribute it down to the workers later, but in this instance the CEO doesn’t need to buy a new car so he could invest in the manufacturing stocks of the car company. And even if the employee got a slight pay raise, if his taxes went up the raise will needed to cover those, and if the stocks went up on the car company then their car prices could potentially go up as well. Now, if the government just barely cut the average worker’s taxes/provided more to welfare programs he relies on and did little increases on the CEOs taxes, the worker could finally have enough for the new car, the CEO could contribute more to the local economy, and the manufacturing company would still see overall increases.

    There’s plenty of examples like this, but ultimately my argument is that from the 1930s to the late 1970s, the U.S. was basically a Trickle-Up economy where we benefited the bottom 25%-50% through various welfare programs like Social Security, Medicare/Medicare, and Food Stamps, and the economy grew making us the wealthiest country in the world because when the poor get more money they will spend it. However, when we are a Trickle-Down economy that benefits the top 1%-10% the most, the poor spend less and save very little, while the already wealthy rarely contribute to the economy beyond their own business interests (there are examples that prove me wrong but very few), and the economy grows much less or even goes into recession. It has been this way under Republican Presidents/Congresses since 1980 yet they keep doing it and their voters keep believing it. And now we are in a position where 1/3-1/2 of the country would rather have corporate/corrupt Republicans than any Democrat despite how the overwhelming majority of Republicans don’t seem to care about average voters while Democrats (with the excepts of the corporate 1s) do care about their voters/average workers more than CEOs and know they could spend/contribute more to the economy than CEOs do in the long run.

    • Posted by James skorpio, at Reply

      123gwf Inbred Cuckkkservatives Trumpanzee snowflakes imbecile uneducated deplorable… U don’t have a valid response because you have a missing brain cells…..

    • Posted by empbac, at Reply

      +Sloyvenheaven1
      What’s your counter-argument? Can you paint a different picture for us? Insults are worthless and petty. For someone accusing others of being pseudo-intellectuals I suppose you’re a real intellectual, right? Show us.

    • Posted by billy the dead, at Reply

      Jesse Torres wow that’s a mouthful

    • Posted by SIoyvenheaven1, at Reply

      empbac Are you autistic, or being willfully ignorant? As a result of tax reform and a reduction in goverment regulations, the economy is booming, wages are rising, unemployment is falling, the labor force is rising, as is GDP. Those are conservatives policies put into action. Not only that, but revenues are also up almost 6% because of increased productivity. The left is mad because they know their own policies are an abysmal failure.

  7. Posted by jaquan123ism, at Reply

    the republicans control it all but they are too stupid to run the government why else would they shut the government down for the second time in two weeks

    • Posted by jeck jeck, at Reply

      jaquan123ism
      Correct! the party that is this impotent is useless.

    • Posted by jim bob, at Reply

      Because they have reworked over the years the things which are shutdown during a shutdown to only include things they don’t want to fund anyway, like parks and services for people. Shutting down services they don’t like in what they call “big governent” is something they live to do. They also want you to get used to shutdowns, and to get used to doing without those services more and more often so you won’t scream too loud when they are outsourced and taken away from us and sold off for profit.

    • Posted by Mike Jones, at Reply

      The Republicans need nine Democrats in the Senate to say yes. It’s only a majority. The Republicans do control the House.

  8. Posted by hermenutic, at Reply

    If you understand that the government has no intention of helping those on Main Street you also understand the futility of voting for a Republican or a Democrat.
    Now what are your options?

    • Posted by Long duk dong, at Reply

      Feel the Bern…

    • Posted by El Perro Loco, at Reply

      hermenutic Coup?

    • Posted by Andrew Mildenberg, at Reply

      hermenutic Justice Democrats. What’s your answer? Give up and do nothing? Yeah, that will work out great.

    • Posted by hermenutic, at Reply

      I’d like to reorganize the government along the lines of a socialist management of the economy to some extent.
      Republicans and Democrats cannot think like that they can only think the way they are thinking and making the decisions they are making now simply because of their political and economic philosophy. A leopard cannot change its spots and Republicans and Democrats cannot accept a socialist solution to the problems on Main Street.

      That is why feel the way I do and have no confidence in the democratic party being able to reform itself.

      Have you read the declaration of independence lately?

  9. Posted by Gay Spooderman, at Reply

    Cuckservatives, why do you delight in selling America out to your corporate masters?

    • Posted by James Elma, at Reply

      HHEHEHEHEHHEHE priceless socialist tears

    • Posted by Dara Marc Sasmaz, at Reply

      @Kekist Bro, it is a scam. If you want to blame people for problems then go against the people who actually are in power and not the people who basically have no power whatsoever. It is called “divide and conquer” and the oldest trick in the book. I would even recommend that you ally with the other powerless people instead of being distracted into going against them.

      What the elites fear the most is democracy. That people take matters into their own hands instead of being governed from the top.

      For example if it wouldnt have been for Nafta and other destructions by the US government in South America in favor of the wealthiest corporate owners in the US and also against US workers there would hardly be a problem with “illegal immigration”. It is really a scam. Dont fall for it.

    • Posted by Dara Marc Sasmaz, at Reply

      @James Elma So you like feudalism? Most of your hard earned money going to the owners of the country? I wouldnt like that.

    • Posted by empbac, at Reply

      “libcucks”? Wow, you guys are stupid and uncreative. I say “cuckservative” because it actually kind of flows. It’s a play on words. Do you know what that means? You can’t just stick “cuck” anywhere you want and think yourself clever. You’re not clever. You’re an oblivious dumbass who doesn’t understand how language works. Stop stealing our oxygen and end your life, please.

    • Posted by Person Pierson, at Reply

      Kekist – Stupid frog, don’t use a strawman argument.

  10. Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

    The US has one political party; one just loves Jesus and guns a little more than the other.

    • Posted by Frankie Forza, at Reply

      They say they like jesus and guns just to get country American idiots to vote for them. All they care about is stealing our tax dollars both republicons and demaidiots

    • Posted by Chris Topher, at Reply

      Audrey Muzingo what about abortion?

    • Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

      Shane Opposes religious freedom? How? You mean supporting the right for religions to exist, but that they must adhere to the Constitution and the Rule of Law? When has anyone been unable to practice their own religion in the US due to the Left? The Right’s vision of “religious freedom” is technically the “Christian Freedom” to stomp all over other peoples’ rights. Here’s a question: do you think the religious freedom people be ok if a Muslim store owner made you wear a burka in their store……and he owned the only hardware store in town? I would bet not. There is a reason why Rule of Law overrules religon, because laws are based on reason and not religious dogma rooted in a 2000 year old book of fairytales. Oh, and lets not forget the Right also wabted to ban an entire religion of people from the US based solely on their religion…..so how is that “freedom of religion” and how is that constitutional?

      And the left is all FOR gun rights. Every law abiding mentally stable citizen should be able to own a gun for sport, hunting, and self defense capabilities. That sounds pretty pro gun to me. The left just doesn’t want weapons in the hands of criminals and terrorists, and weapons that can mow down 25 people in 2minutes.

      And the electoral college elected a president who actually lost by total votes, twice now in the last 15years. That doesn’t sound very democratic to me. I’m not saying just a total vote system would work, because I understand the heartland and the south need to be represented as well. But the Electroal College system is incredibly flawed and newds to be redesigned so that a person who lost by 3million votes can’t somehow win an election. Or how 3 states totalling 77,000 votes determined the fate of the election for a nation of 300,000,000

    • Posted by PrimeraEspadaStark, at Reply

      Optimus Fine They republicans use Christian ideas to manipulate voters, they do Not represent nor demonstrate love for Christ in their actions

    • Posted by Shane, at Reply

      Optimus Fine I see what you are saying. So you believe in religious freedom as long as people’s religion is acceptable to the laws you create.
      You believe in fun rights (that shall not be infringed) but some groups of people don’t get that right because you don’t like them and don’t want then to protect themselves.
      If a store owner wants to require a burka it’s fine, I will shop somewhere else and not go to their store.
      The electoral college is a popular vote in each state the person who wins more states winds the reaction. It prevents seven big cities from choosing the president for the rest of the country. You seem to have ignore the fact that we are a republic not a democracy. Democrats hate our republic and they hate our constitution that limits their power to enact laws. They hate our freedom.
      I believe the rights granted by constitution are for every citizen of the US even the mentally ill and criminals.

  11. Posted by Roger Stoned, at Reply

    Give Polosi some credit. She stood there for over 8 hours straight reading letters from Dreamers. Broke the all time record by about 3 hours and she did it on 4” heels.

    • Posted by 92RedRevolver, at Reply

      They were made for men, so I’d hope so.

    • Posted by elijah mikle, at Reply

      qB Lee Maddox yeah flipping Democrats for Republicans and Republicans for Democrats would leave us exactly where we’re at you dumbass moron. Sorry, try as hard as you want closet conservative. We’re not buying the mine as well vote Republican, because they are both corrupt BS. The Blue wave is coming. If it’s blue it gets a vote. At least Democrats know how to run a nation. This last year was a shitshow on a republican control.

    • Posted by Rock Reed, at Reply

      Roger Stoned
      The wicked witch has lost her magic.

    • Posted by Jake K, at Reply

      I’ll withold my credit until she actually accomplishes anything, thanks. Corey Booker made a great speech about helping americans and resisting trump, then voted to keep prescription drug prices high. Words are completely meaningless coming from Dems at this point, even if its 8 hours of words. Doesn’t matter what kind of shoes they’re wearing.

      Honestly, given pelosi’s track record, her talking made me 100% sure this was going to pass. Politicians like Chuck and Nancy don’t do a single positive thing unless they know it will fail. It was all for “progressive cred,” exactly 0% chance Nancy would have talked for 8 SECONDS if she thought it might actually change something.

  12. Posted by Hoon Kim, at Reply

    CENK DOSENT UNDERSTAND ECONOMICS LOL
    TAX CUTS HELP STIMULATE BUSINESS, AS LONG AS GOVERMENT CUTS SPENDING !

    • Posted by elijah mikle, at Reply

      Hoon Kim Cut spending? Please explain how removing money will help? I’m going to love this one.

    • Posted by MegaLeoben, at Reply

      I thought the markets were crashing because the cuts were inflating the bond market.

    • Posted by unbiased, at Reply

      Hoon Kim you’re a IDIOT

    • Posted by Catastrophic Broccoli, at Reply

      +Hoon Kim I’m sorry, but due to your enormous level of stupidity, you have been targeted to undergo forced sterilization. We simply cannot afford to have people like you breeding equally stupid children. Expect a visit soon. Note: We do not use anesthesia for these procedures so you might want to find something to bite down on.

  13. Posted by iustitia30, at Reply

    Great job Cenk! This was stirring coverage of monstrous Republicans

    • Posted by MoppyPuppy, at Reply

      iustitia30 …and Democrats.

    • Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

      We as the American people do not believe Republicans are monstrous. woot woot

  14. Posted by Tim M, at Reply

    Mexico should offer to pay for part of the wall, so in a few years when the average American is making less than the average Mexican, they can use it to keep Americans out

    • Posted by variousiroiro, at Reply

      They literally make less than 5 bucks a day..that’s why they risk their lives to cross over. Even in great depression, no Americans fled to Mexico..seriously dude.

    • Posted by elijah mikle, at Reply

      variousiroiro he’s being extreme. It’s just his way of complaining about income inequality. Which exist.

  15. Posted by Trippy Traveler, at Reply

    only in america can this ridiculous debate happen where they give massive tax breaks to the wealthy then weeks later complain about money to sick kids!!!!! in Canada we would crucify these people

    • Posted by MoF, at Reply

      Canada got their own issues….so stfu

    • Posted by draquone, at Reply

      Shane you expect sty logical😂😂😂😂

    • Posted by knight44441, at Reply

      MoF spoken like a typical lily white chick!

    • Posted by MoF, at Reply

      knight44441 yet Canadians still migrate to US….US achievements make Canada look like a shithole that brought us Maple syrup

  16. Posted by qB Lee Maddox, at Reply

    Hope every body is getting it now, we’re getting ready to start World War III and We are the targets.

  17. Posted by Shie H., at Reply

    Excellent summation Cenk.

    • Posted by Evolved Ape, at Reply

      Shie H. It is, in fact, the exact opposite.

  18. Posted by Dale Pelton, at Reply

    Stop and kick off ilegals of welfare this will save billions there not citizens they don’t qualify for being supported of tax payers dollars because there not tax pYers

    • Posted by Gustavo Rodriguez, at Reply

      Dale Pelton yes sir i agree. because we need to stop migrants from taking money from the poor.

    • Posted by MegaLeoben, at Reply

      It will save an order of magnitude less than what is required to manage this chaos. Its not the solution.

    • Posted by Dale Pelton, at Reply

      MegaLeoben yes it’s a salution they do not get welfare. They will quit coming. It’s why these low life come

  19. Posted by WeZ, at Reply

    I can see a real revolution happening in the USA. The people of America will explode one day. I’m looking from the outside & can see how corrupt the system is. Cenk. I love your passion man!! There is no hope for the people. Everyone is bought..

  20. Posted by Win or Lose I continue being King, at Reply

    Wait so republicans want a bigger budget for military spending to please defense contractor. But are aganist children’s aid and other programs to help people? I guaranteed more people would die by hundreds of thousands over the next couple of years than in Afghanistan.

    • Posted by Wyn the Rogue, at Reply

      Win or Lose I continue being King it’s to be expected from the party that are bloodthirsty warmongers who’d rather line their pockets with defense contractor money and steal resources from other countries.