Gov. Noem & Colleagues Oppose Democrats’ Spending Bill

Gov. Noem & Colleagues Oppose Democrats’ Spending Bill

PIERRE, S.D. – Today, Governor Kristi Noem and 21 of her fellow Republican Governors issued the following joint statement opposing the Democrats’ Spending Bill:

“The Democrats’ solution to 40-year high inflation is passing another reckless tax and spending spree to the tune of $740 billion, affecting Americans in every tax bracket. While denying recession, Democrats want to raise taxes on businesses and manufacturers, which will force higher costs onto consumers, worsen inflation, and aggravate shortages. With sky high prices at the pump, the last thing Americans need is for Democrats to punish energy producers, which will ultimately hurt working families struggling to pay for gas, goods, food, and utilities. Our citizens cannot afford Joe Biden’s broken promises on taxes and Democrats’ inflationary spending that will only exacerbate the economic crisis they created.”

The statement was co-signed by South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Idaho Governor Brad Little, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, Missouri Governor Mike Parson, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Utah Governor Spencer Cox, Virginia Governor Glenn Younkin, and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon.


10 thoughts on “Gov. Noem & Colleagues Oppose Democrats’ Spending Bill”

  1. Yet, she is always there asking for a handout when SD needs it. Why doesn’t she return the majority of our budget that is made up of federal dollars if she doesn’t agree with it?

    1. And if she did give it back, would you then bitch about it because it could have benefitted SD?

        1. So in other words….no matter what the governor does it won’t be correct in your view.

    2. She already explained that years ago: if the money is returned to the federal government it won’t be used to pay down the national debt, it will be given to another state to throw away. She might as well take it in bundles of cash and make a bonfire out of it.

      1. So why did she return so much of the covid money when that could have been used to help keep people housed? She seems to apply that position only when it benefits herself.

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