So here, according to The Hill, is where we stand, er, wobble.
Senate Democrats have so far agreed to redefine middle-class families as those earning $449,999 or less, while Republicans have counter-preposterous'd that American affluence commences only in considerable excess of a half-million a year.
(This "breaking news" just in, from Politico: McConnell now agrees with Democrats' preposterousness, having recognized that there's little to no difference between the ridiculous and the sublimely ridiculous.)
Meanwhile, a bit of emphasis added:
Democrats acknowledge they will not be able to include stimulus funding for transportation and infrastructure projects. Republicans say Democrats have dropped their demand to raise the debt ceiling.
And Dick Durbin? He's "still fighting to extend unemployment benefits."
Go ahead ... you do the math, the balancing, the "meeting halfway" calculations, because I can't take it any longer. But first you'll need to go down Congress's rabbit hole.