1.Did you watch Biden's state of the union speech?
Yes, after it happened
Parts of it
2.The parties must reach a bipartisan agreement to raise the country's de facto credit-card limit this year, to prevent the previously unthinkable scenario of a U.S. debt default. At issue is a Republican demand for spending cuts. Republicans say they want some fiscal control before agreeing to raise the debt limit beyond its current level, $31.4 trillion US. Do you think the parties will reach an agreement by June, which is when the current financial measures to meet the country's obligations will expire?
3.The heckling of Biden's debt-ceiling message was the first of several moments where the new Republican majority jeered the president. Another example came when he proposed a watered-down immigration deal: added border security in exchange for legal status for some undocumented people, mostly youngsters. They heckled when Biden referred to the fentanyl epidemic, yelling that his neglect of border security was letting drugs flood into the country. Regardless of if you voted for Biden or not, do you agree that Republicans should heckle or jeer him?
Yes, they have the right to have their opinions heard
No, they should have remained silent during the speech
I don't agree that it was considered heckling or jeering
Other (please specify)
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