Bidenomics grows the economy from the middle out and the bottom up – not the top down.
13 million jobs have been created since President Biden took office leading to a near-historically low unemployment rate, as well as the record low rates for African- and Hispanic-Americans and people with disabilities.
What is the impact of Bidenomics in your state? How many new projects have been created? Which Congressional reps voted for growing the economy? Who voted against it? Check this map of over 160 headlines from across the country.
Reaganomics: Tax cuts for the wealthy
Trickle-down economics, which was at the heart of President Ronald Reagan’s policies and continues to be the guiding light of Republican lawmakers, typically revolves around tax cuts for the wealthy and large companies. Supporters say the benefits flow down to middle-class and working Americans, boosting economic growth more broadly. But many experts dispute the effectiveness of this practice at lifting all boats.
Bidenomics: Everyone benefits not just the wealthy
Biden argues that supply-side, trickle-down economics has cost jobs and hollowed out the middle class. He has long focused on that group of Americans, serving as chair of the Middle Class Task Force when he was vice president in the Obama administration.
Biden argues that supply-side, trickle-down economics has cost jobs and hollowed out the middle class. He has long focused on that group of Americans, serving as chair of the Middle Class Task Force when he was vice president in the Obama administration. To fund Bidenomics, the president once again calls for ensuring the wealthy and large corporations pay their fair share of taxes. “Folks, let me say it as clearly as I can: (The) trickle-down approach failed the middle class and failed America,” said Biden. - CNN
Making the impact of Bidenomics understandable
How do you present the wide ranging impact of Bidenomics easier to understand? How can people better appreciate what it means to them? How many jobs did it create in their state? How much money was invested to improve their lives?
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What's not to like?
"Joe Biden had the largest public investment in social infrastructure and environmental programs that is actually finishing what FDR started, that LBJ expanded on, and Joe Biden is attempting to complete," Marjorie Taylor Greene. "Programs to address education, medical care, urban problems, rural poverty, transportation, Medicare, Medicaid, and labor unions − and he still is working on it." The president's team tweeted: "I approve this message." - USA Today
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