In about six months, Americans will head to the polls to vote in the midterm elections. The midterms come as the nation’s back is against the wall due to a series of problems.
These problems involve crime, baby formula shortages, inflation, warnings of an approaching recession, high gas prices, and more.
All of this is happening as Democrats maintain control of the federal government; however, the party is still shifting blame onto Republicans and Trump supporters.
Democrats even claim that if Republicans manage to win these midterm elections, then the democracy of the United States will be in danger.
According to the polls, Republicans will win the midterms, especially the House of Representatives. If GOP victories in November pan out as expected, Republicans will have a major opportunity to turn things around in this country.
How Republicans Can Improve America
One of the first steps House Republicans can take once they hold the majority again is cutting funding for bloated big government.
A single, most vital move the House could make in this regard is doing away with omnibus spending legislation and instead choosing to approve single appropriations bills.
The former bills are well-known for being more complex and limited in members being able to challenge them. In many cases, legislation of this nature often has provisions hidden within it that would never pass in clean, single appropriations bills.
If the House opts to pass single appropriations legislation, lawmakers will be able to know exactly what’s in these bills and whether or not spending or provisions need to be reduced.
Another key step that Republicans should take to better the country involves removing baseline budgeting. It’s been proven time and time again that boosting funding to the US government based upon where inflation stands does not work.
In order to lower inflation, the federal government needs to seriously reduce spending. This will not happen under a Democrat-controlled House of Representatives, but it can happen with Republicans in charge.
Republicans, with a House majority, will have the power to eliminate bloated funding for government-run groups even without approval from the Senate or Biden himself.
The party would be remiss to let these opportunities go to waste.
A Positive Trajectory For GOP Candidates
As the midterm elections get closer, Republicans are doing well in not just multiple red districts, but also in districts won by Biden in 2020.
One major factor contributing to this deals with widespread problems facing America under a Democratic president and Congress.
The notion of losing power has put the Democrat Party on high alert. The left is sounding all sorts of warning bells about the supposed horrors that would follow Republicans taking back Congress.
Nevertheless, all signs indicate a red wave is coming to America this November.