House and Senate Democratic Leaders Unveil Better Deal


By Kenneth White

On Monday, May 21, House and Senate Democratic Leaders will host a press conference to introduce their new initiative “A Better Deal for Our Democracy”. From the announcement email the agenda will focus on taking back the power from special interests and getting rid of the pay-to-play culture of corruption, cronyism and incompetence embodied by the Trump Administration, which has led to political dysfunction and a raw deal for the American people.

“In the last two elections, Democrats, including in the Senate, failed to articulate a strong, bold economic program for the middle class and those working hard to get there,” wrote Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) in an op-ed in the New York Times.

“We also failed to communicate our values to show that we were on the side of working people, not the special interests. We will not repeat the same mistake. This is the start of a new vision for the party.”

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi pointed her criticism at Trump and Republicans, who control both the House and Senate, for spending their first six months of GOP control “trying to raise Americans’ health costs to fund tax breaks for billionaires.”


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1 Comment on House and Senate Democratic Leaders Unveil Better Deal

  1. DHFabian // May 19, 2018 at 10:16 am //

    Nothing short of a renewed New Deal could save this country. Obviously, Democrats are anti-poor/anti-New Deal. Our former modern welfare system actually began with FDR’s Social Security Act (part of New Deal). Dems got rid of that, and took the first steps to similarly “reform” Social Security itself (targeting the disabled). They remain the party of war, have split apart those who aren’t on the right wing, etc. Their “better deal” is to wipe out the New Deal entirely, taking the US back a century.

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