There's no way that Manchin, Schumer's reckless tax and spend proposal will get my support

The Inflation Reduction Act, set to be passed and signed into law very soon, is not going to reduce inflation.
GRAHAM TORCHES MANCHIN-SCHUMER INFLATION REDUCTION ACT: THIS IS A 'FRAUD,' WILL MAKE EVERYTHING WORSEIf you don’t believe me, listen to outside organizations like Penn Wharton and the Congressional Budget Office sound the alarm.
According to the Penn Wharton Budget Model – a metric that Sen. Manchin previously stated he trusted – the bill increases inflation.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the so-called "Inflation Reduction Act" would have a negligible effect on inflation, either good or bad.
Under this proposal, the Democrats impose a 16.4 cent tax on a barrel of imported oil, resurrecting a tax that expired in 1995.
I want to be on record and crystal clear that when it comes time to funding the government through a continuing resolution – I will gladly do so – but I will not support a continuing resolution that has political paybacks even on policies I agree with.
MANCHIN-SCHUMER 'INFLATION REDUCTION ACT' IS REALLY THE MANUFACTURING REDUCTION ACTThe full Manchin-Schumer package is contained in two separate legislative vehicles – reconciliation and a future continuing resolution.
It will be part of a continuing resolution which requires 60 votes to pass, meaning at least 10 Republicans will need to support.
MANCHIN-SCHUMER SPENDING BILL COULD ELIMINATE 30,000 JOBS, NEW ANALYSIS SHOWSThink "Cornhusker Kickback" of ObamaCare on a continuing resolution.
I want to be on record and crystal clear that when it comes time to funding the government through a continuing resolution – I will gladly do so – but I will not support a continuing resolution that has political paybacks even on policies I agree with.
Sen. Manchin is from one of the reddest states in the country and Sen. Sinema represents truly a purple state.
That’s why I will not be supporting using the continuing resolution as a political payoff vehicle because to go down this road fundamentally changes the Senate.
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