President Joe Biden pitches the massive $1.9 trillion relief bill. Biden said, "we’ll ensure every dollar is spent well."

He followed that by saying, "critics say the plan is too big. Let me ask a rhetorical question: What would you have me cut? What would you leave out?"

WATCH Biden pitch the big one:

What would I have Joe Biden cut out?

How about ANYTHING that is not directly tied to providing relief for Americans. It's that simple. No pet projects from either side of politics should be included.

Just get the virus cleared up, get Americans back to work, and make everyone in our country happy and doing well.

That's really all we ask... besides holding Gov. Andrew Cuomo accountable for his failures with the hursing homes.

Is that too much to ask?

A recent post on CNN shows some economists believe this bill is too expensive.

Is President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief package too big? Plenty of economists across the ideological spectrum think so.
But economics was only one of several considerations in its assembly. All come into sharper focus this week as narrow congressional Democratic majorities in both chambers prepare to send it to the Resolute Desk for Biden's signature by mid-March.

If that happens, it would take the federal government's coronavirus response over the last year to nearly a staggering $6 trillion -- all of it borrowed money. Biden advisers argue nothing about current economic conditions prevents Washington from spending as much as circumstances of the pandemic warrant.

If CNN is reporting on economists saying it's too big, then that's quite interesting.

What do YOU think?

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