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American Farm Bureau reports a 16 pound Turkey will cost u 21% more this yr compared to last Iowa families r forced to factor in sky high prices into their family budgets & the holidays will be no different We must bring fiscal sanity to Congress to help Iowa families

Nov 16, 2022 · 2:33 PM UTC

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President Biden has cut the deficit more this year than any previous president. The deficit has fallen every year under President Biden. You voted against cutting the deficit and Republicans voted against every action that would reduce inflation.
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Why didn't you, at any point in the last two years, do something about it?
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Something seems…off…with the Grassley/Republican hate-America fearmongering. Reality: “Retail sales rose 1.3% in October as U.S. consumer spending remained strong” @MarketWatch 11/16/22
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If only the Republicans had supported the Inflation Reduction Act.
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Shall we talk about the rising profit margins these companies are seeing this year? And that you blocked holding them accountable for price gouging?
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Walmart has turkeys for $1 a pound - stop whining and work with democrats to solve the issues.
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Try addressing the problem of avian influenza and turkeys raised in CAFO conditions first. You know…supply and demand.
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Went shopping yesterday in Palm Beach County Florida. Winn Dixie: Swift Butterball Turkey .99 lb. Jennie O / Honey Suckle White Turkey .49 lb w/ $30 purchase. Aldi: Swift Butterball Turkey 1.07 lb Same price as the last 6 years.
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Please describe, in detail, the GOP plan to address inflation.
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Every single republican voted against the inflation reduction act.
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