Delay in passing infrastructure bill shows political system is broken


Well, it has finally happened! The US House of Representatives has found a way to pass the infrastructure bill. Something that should have happened over two months ago. Something so good for the country that it should have been passed unanimously in both houses. Why didn’t he do it? In large part because of infighting in the House between two Democratic factions. This confirms to me that our political system is truly broken beyond repair. A complete overhaul is needed.

What am I suggesting? First, let’s give the Republican Party its far right members. The group that spreads hatred, tolerates lies and rotting morels, and if the truth comes out, are mostly racists.

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Second, let’s give the Democratic Party to the far left socialist who wants to cede the family farm by providing everything for free. Forget about working for a living and worrying about how things get paid.

Third, let’s start another political party. Let us fill it with moderates from both parties. Moral people who know right from wrong. Hard working people who realize that there shouldn’t be a free ride. People who put our country ahead of their personal agendas. People ready to help those who really need it. Let’s present candidates who meet these criteria that we can believe in and trust. People who won’t embarrass us or let us down.

Can all this happen? Well, I hope so. Our political system must change and change quickly before it is too late for all of us.

Stephen Jones, Springfield

This article originally appeared in the State Journal-Register: Internal feuds delayed Housempassage over infrastructure bill

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