Welcome to DU! The truly grassroots left-of-center political community where regular people, not algorithms, drive the discussions and set the standards. Join the community: Create a free account Support DU (and get rid of ads!): Become a Star Member Latest Breaking News General Discussion The DU Lounge All Forums Issue Forums Culture Forums Alliance Forums Region Forums Support Forums Help & Search

General Discussion

Showing Original Post only (View all)

JohnSJ

(92,618 posts)
Sat Oct 2, 2021, 08:52 PM Oct 2021

Manchin said he would not accept more than 1.5 trillion. Will that be acceptable to pass the bills? [View all]


12 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Yes
1 (8%)
No
11 (92%)
Show usernames
Disclaimer: This is an Internet poll
23 replies = new reply since forum marked as read
Highlight: NoneDon't highlight anything 5 newestHighlight 5 most recent replies
Does anyone know Sinema's "secret" number/requirments/deal killers? n/t PoliticAverse Oct 2021 #1
The Senator has spoken, do we have any choice or say in the matter? Irish_Dem Oct 2021 #2
Yes! Deuxcents Oct 2021 #11
If the bill is to pass then it will have to be jimfields33 Oct 2021 #3
1.5 tr or zero. Crumbs doesn't do shit for anyone. Budi Oct 2021 #4
Of course JohnSJ Oct 2021 #5
He's going to have to compromise qazplm135 Oct 2021 #6
True. With the flooding & fires I doubt there's a State budget that isn't in need of Budi Oct 2021 #10
"There has to be compromise & an end to the grandstanding." bluewater Oct 2021 #14
I don't like the fact that one or two senators... Salviati Oct 2021 #7
Manchin and Sinema should list the "wasteful" programs they want to cut from the 3.5T. Marcuse Oct 2021 #8
Sinema already has said (and thus flip flopping after taking shedloads of pharma and other Celerity Oct 2021 #18
The final bill will be more than $1.5T- it's not the total price that matters Fiendish Thingy Oct 2021 #9
That's why Biden told the Dem Congress meeting to think of the benefits & not the price tag Budi Oct 2021 #12
Its the floor, the amount from which they will negotiate up. Doremus Oct 2021 #13
if... myohmy2 Oct 2021 #15
Pass what we can now - get bigger majorities in 2022 or 2024. everyonematters Oct 2021 #16
Pass what we can now - get bigger majorities in 2022 or 2024. everyonematters Oct 2021 #17
We've pulled out of Afghanistan, so take it out of the "defense" budget Withywindle Oct 2021 #19
Something is better than nothing. Politics is the art of what's possible... NurseJackie Oct 2021 #20
Will Manchin and Sinema vote to pass the Bill even at 1.5 trillion? Roisin Ni Fiachra Oct 2021 #21
Can't someone dig up dirt on him Tribetime Oct 2021 #22
Even at $1.5 trillion, the total expenditures from Biden will be over $4.5 trillion LetMyPeopleVote Oct 2021 #23
Latest Discussions»General Discussion»Manchin said he would not...