Why are Republicans so threatened by universal day care?
Universal kindergartens, paid parental leave, subsidized childcare … Who could oppose plans to help Biden’s children? Senator Marsha Blackburn: “Do you know who else liked Universal Day Care?” Another red plot rang! Photo: Ken Sedeno / EPA’s free childcare is a class struggle, Republican Joe Biden says he wants to spend a lot of money on young children. On Wednesday, the president announced an ambitious $ 1.8 trillion plan to support family support programs, early childhood education, and student support. If passed, American family planning will review the current (disastrous) childcare system and inject billions of dollars into universal preschool education, paid parental leave, and subsidized childcare. It will be paid by raising taxes on the wealthy. Sounds good. Who doesn’t support investing in children? Of course, a “family values” party! He loves to defend the embryo, but he doesn’t seem to be so keen on helping the children. As expected, Republicans are armed with the idea that the United States, which was ranked as the second worst place in the world to raise children in a recent survey, could be a little more family-friendly. As soon as Biden finished speaking, the point of the usual story about how Biden was pushing the dangerous socialist agenda and trying to indoctrinate American children came out. “Do you know who else liked universal day care?” Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn tweeted by linking to a 1974 article on day care in the Soviet Union. Do you think it’s a hingeless response? I think JD Vance’s contribution to the incomprehensible debate outweighed that. On Thursday, a Republican voice, a writer of Hill Billy Elegy, tweeted that “‘Universal Day Care’ is a class struggle against ordinary people.” His rationale is that “ordinary Americans care more about their families than their jobs and want a family policy that doesn’t drive their children into junk day care, so they can enjoy more” freedom. ” I will. With paid labor. ” Perhaps Republicans are chasing after and saying they don’t support policies that make it easier for women to leave home. When you think a woman is just walking in the womb, the cost of raising a child is surprisingly high and it is convenient to drive her out of the workforce. Earlier this year, Idaho Legislature declined a $ 6 million federal grant to support early childhood care and education. Again, they turned down the millions of dollars allocated to their children. why? So is the Republican state legislature. Charlie Shepherd explained that money would hurt the “family unit.” “”[A]I don’t think a bill that makes it easier or more convenient for mothers to get out of the house and have others raise their children is not a good way for us to move forward, “Shepherd said. I’m yelling out the really quiet part! Richard Nixon had much the same argument in 1971. It was the last time the United States was on the verge of creating a universal childcare system. Nixon rejected primarily bipartisan efforts, saying they had “weakening effects on the family.” Of course, that meant making it easier for women to work. Do you really know what it means to “weaken your family”? The cost of giving birth and raising children is so high that it is becoming increasingly difficult for everyone to afford a family. Childcare spending increased by more than 40% between 1990 and 2011, according to the Census Bureau. Since then, childcare has become more expensive. 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