House Passes Aid Package For Ukraine and Israel After Months of Struggle. Next Is The Senate.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia’s invasion.


With overwhelming support, the $61 billion in aid for Ukraine passed in a matter of minutes, a strong showing as American lawmakers race to deliver a fresh round of U.S. support to the war-torn ally. Some cheered on the House floor and waved blue-and-yellow flags of Ukraine.

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward. The whole package will go to the Senate, where passage in the coming days is nearly assured. President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.
 
Good for Johnson. If a vote for vacation occurs, I think the Dems will vote for him without preconditions.
 
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While Ukraine has professed a desire to expel all Russian forces and return to its pre-2014 borders, the success of this approach appears increasingly unlikely as Russia taps into vast resources and a significant population for a long war. Ukraine is already struggling to find fighting age men to rotate troops and continue its efforts. As unpleasant as it may be, Kyiv must begin considering what negotiations with its aggressor could look like, and what could be acceptable and realistic terms for a ceasefire. Though any pause in fighting would give Moscow the opportunity to resupply and prepare for further fighting, the same is true for Kyiv and its partners in Europe that are still supplying arms.
 
While Ukraine has professed a desire to expel all Russian forces and return to its pre-2014 borders, the success of this approach appears increasingly unlikely as Russia taps into vast resources and a significant population for a long war. Ukraine is already struggling to find fighting age men to rotate troops and continue its efforts. As unpleasant as it may be, Kyiv must begin considering what negotiations with its aggressor could look like, and what could be acceptable and realistic terms for a ceasefire. Though any pause in fighting would give Moscow the opportunity to resupply and prepare for further fighting, the same is true for Kyiv and its partners in Europe that are still supplying arms.

Yes, we know you love the Commie Putin.
 
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia’s invasion.


With overwhelming support, the $61 billion in aid for Ukraine passed in a matter of minutes, a strong showing as American lawmakers race to deliver a fresh round of U.S. support to the war-torn ally. Some cheered on the House floor and waved blue-and-yellow flags of Ukraine.

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward. The whole package will go to the Senate, where passage in the coming days is nearly assured. President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.
And your border is still a sieve.

GOP know how to drive a hard bargain and protect American sovereignty and security.

Just pray that when the U.S dollar eventually falls under the weight of untenable debt and hyper inflation that the replacement isn't the yuan.

More than money the Ukraine need soldiers. Does anyone not care about the reality as expressed by the former 4 star general there?
 
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia’s invasion.


With overwhelming support, the $61 billion in aid for Ukraine passed in a matter of minutes, a strong showing as American lawmakers race to deliver a fresh round of U.S. support to the war-torn ally. Some cheered on the House floor and waved blue-and-yellow flags of Ukraine.

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward. The whole package will go to the Senate, where passage in the coming days is nearly assured. President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.
After months of unnecessary, unwarranted struggle.
 
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia’s invasion.


With overwhelming support, the $61 billion in aid for Ukraine passed in a matter of minutes, a strong showing as American lawmakers race to deliver a fresh round of U.S. support to the war-torn ally. Some cheered on the House floor and waved blue-and-yellow flags of Ukraine.

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward. The whole package will go to the Senate, where passage in the coming days is nearly assured. President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.
How many more Ukrainians will become dead, maimed, or displaced before next November in order to boost Biden's reelection chances?

Ukraine never had a chance to win a war against Russia.
Millions of Ukrainians have been cynically sacrificed to inflict regime change in Moscow, a possibility even more remote today than it was two years ago.
 
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House swiftly approved $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies in a rare Saturday session as Democrats and Republicans banded together after months of political turmoil over renewed American support for repelling Russia’s invasion.


With overwhelming support, the $61 billion in aid for Ukraine passed in a matter of minutes, a strong showing as American lawmakers race to deliver a fresh round of U.S. support to the war-torn ally. Some cheered on the House floor and waved blue-and-yellow flags of Ukraine.

Aid to Israel and the other allies also won approval by healthy margins, as did a measure to clamp down on the popular platform TikTok, signs of how unique coalitions formed to push the separate bills forward. The whole package will go to the Senate, where passage in the coming days is nearly assured. President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.
It s about time that the House did what Biden told hem to do months ago
 

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