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House Democrats going through powerful re-elections within the upcoming midterm elections are refusing to say whether or not there are parts of the GOP’s newly launched “Commitment to America” bundle that they’d help.
The agenda locations give attention to efforts which are routinely touted inside the Republican Party, together with insurance policies to fight inflation and unlawful immigration, however it additionally options initiatives that Democrats have largely championed during the last decade, together with the security and strengthening of Social Security and Medicare, in addition to the “production of reliable, cleaner, American-made energy.”
The define of commitments, introduced formally in a speech on Friday by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, signify how Republicans would govern ought to they retake the bulk within the House or Senate within the November midterm elections. The normal coverage suggestions from the agenda are categorized into 4 broad classes titled “An Economy That’s Strong,” “A Nation That’s Safe,” “A Future That’s Built on Freedom,” and “A Government That’s Accountable.”
“We want an economy that is strong. That means you can fill up your tank. You can buy the groceries. You have enough money left over to go to Disneyland and save for a future — that the paychecks grow, they no longer shrink,” McCarthy stated as he introduced the Republican agenda, which included enter from Republicans throughout the nation.
MCCARTHY, HOUSE REPUBLICANS HIGHLIGHT ECONOMY, EDUCATION IN ‘COMMITMENT TO AMERICA’ AGENDA
“We have a plan for a nation that’s safe,” he added. “That means your community will be protected, your law enforcement will be respected. Your criminals will be prosecuted. We believe in a future that’s built on freedom — that your children come first.”
Fox News Digital reached out to every of the 21 Democrats operating for re-election in districts thought of “toss-ups,” in addition to “lean” and “likely Republican,” and requested them whether or not there are any tenets of the GOP agenda that they’d be prepared to help or probably help. None of them responded.
Other parts of the agenda, which have obtained bipartisan help from many Americans, embody the elimination of “wasteful government spending that is raising the price of groceries, gas, cars, and housing, and growing our national debt,” in addition to efforts to “increase take-home pay, create good-paying jobs, and bring stability to the economy through pro-growth tax and deregulatory policies.”
MCCARTHY ‘COMMITMENT TO AMERICA’ INCLUDES FIGHTING INFLATION, BORDER SECURITY, PROTECTING WOMEN’S SPORTS
In addition to the beforehand talked about requires American independence because it pertains to the clear manufacturing of vitality, the Republican agenda additionally goals to “move supply chains away from China, expand U.S. manufacturing, and enhance America’s economic competitiveness and cyber resiliency,” in addition to “invest in an efficient, effective military, establish a Select Committee on China, and exercise peace through strength with our allies to counter increasing global threats.”
The agenda follows the playbook of the “Contract With America” that helped former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., win a GOP majority within the Nineties.
Following the announcement of the agenda, a number of Democrats began their assaults on McCarthy’s plan, calling it an “extreme MAGA agenda” and a “political stunt.”
“House Republicans are doubling down on an extreme MAGA agenda: to criminalize women’s health care, to slash seniors’ Medicare (including with the repeal of the lower drug prices for seniors in the Inflation Reduction Act), and to attack our democracy,” stated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
Similarly, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), which works to elect Democrats to the House, stated the GOP plan is a “political stunt.”
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“Republicans are mistaken if they think their political stunt less than 7 weeks before the election will be enough to distract voters from their toxic record,” DCCC spokesperson Chris Taylor stated in an announcement to Fox News Digital.
“While Democrats deliver critical investments, bring jobs back home from China, and fight to lower costs, Republicans stoke fear for power, obstruct popular legislation that will help everyday families, defend MAGA extremism, and push to ban abortion nationwide,” he added.
Fox News’ Tyler Olson contributed to this text.