Politics Joe Biden's Presidency

Obama was 47 in 2008.

I see, i think i misread your post. Somehow i thought you wrote: He is only 47 though, which i thought you are thinking that he is too young, but it was "too" and i misread.
 
Then where is the outrage for the fact that thousands of people who were arrested were let go with just a slap on the wrist because of progressive district attorneys? These people are the shock troops of the far-left, and are used as a way to circumvent the law to coerce the opposition into submission.

I guess apples and oranges. Imo 6 jan 2021 is a case on his own. I'm curious what the further hearings will bring. The final demasque of Trump? Or (again) a frame that his supporters will feed suspicion further on?

Is there still such a thing as truth-finding?
 
I guess apples and oranges. Imo 6 jan 2021 is a case on his own. I'm curious what the further hearings will bring. The final demasque of Trump? Or (again) a frame that his supporters will feed suspicion further on?

Is there still such a thing as truth-finding?

The January 6th incident was stupid in my opinion. It had more to do with Trump's ego than anything. But the damage and life lost was much greater from the result of ANTIFA and BLM destroying the USA, and then BLM receiving tribute from corporations to the tune of billions. Apples and Oranges indeed.


This is also part of the reason why I would prefer DeSantis, because he will do the right things that Trump said he would do without having all of these radioactive issues. However, I need to give it up to Trump for putting more conservatives in the supreme court. I don't really care about the abortion issue, but for me the upcoming affirmative action overturning will change the country for the better, it will de-fang Wokeness forever. For that, you have to thank Trump.
 
The January 6th incident was stupid in my opinion. It had more to do with Trump's ego than anything. But the damage and life lost was much greater from the result of ANTIFA and BLM destroying the USA, and then BLM receiving tribute from corporations to the tune of billions. Apples and Oranges indeed.


This is also part of the reason why I would prefer DeSantis, because he will do the right things that Trump said he would do without having all of these radioactive issues. However, I need to give it up to Trump for putting more conservatives in the supreme court. I don't really care about the abortion issue, but for me the upcoming affirmative action overturning will change the country for the better, it will de-fang Wokeness forever. For that, you have to thank Trump.

Of course it's an ego thing, but it's highly a political act, commit a coup because the election result is against you...
 
May be some regard the Dutch the way they did fifty years (or something) ago, socialist Nordic welfare state isn't it.....wake up this is 2022!

WORLD"S TAX HAVENS:

1.British Virgin Islands
2.Cayman Islands
3.Bermuda
4.Netherlands

https://nltimes.nl/2021/03/09/netherlands-worlds-4th-biggest-tax-haven

So might I suggest you spend your time criticizing your own country rather than criticizing ours while you send your corrupt businessmen here to take advantage of our workers.

Of all the hypocrisy...
 
So might I suggest you spend your time criticizing your own country rather than criticizing ours while you send your corrupt businessmen here to take advantage of our workers.

Of all the hypocrisy...

Corrupt? Did a judge stated that? What is against a good sense of enterpreneurship? The workers are free to take another job aren’t they? When you can’t stand the heat stay out of the capitalistic kitchen!


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My God, a man who has Alzheimer's or Parkinson's or both is better than what you have?

What is this, your reaction after voting for Trump? Remorse?


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Polls show he is more popular than DeSantis, which is why I think he will probably get the nomination. I would like I said, I prefer DeSantis.

You prefer but you voted Trump and it seems that you still going to vote for him if nominated.
Only the Republican Party can stop Trump, if not he will be the next President. It will be all fun like before, and what matter most a lot of wealth.




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You prefer but you voted Trump and it seems that you still going to vote for him if nominated.
Only the Republican Party can stop Trump, if not he will be the next President. It will be all fun like before, and what matter most a lot of wealth.




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I would probably vote for him again over a Democrat, because their extremist ideology is wrecking our economy. The average family pays $500 more a month to live, I can't even imagine what it is like for people about to retired, I would be irate. On top of that promoting woke-ism is another major issue I have, I don't think I need to explain that part because there are quite a few posts I made regarding it.

"The White House had initially believed that inflation, which began last year, would be transitory and potentially even clear by this summer as voters began to think about November. Then, after that assumption proved faulty, there was belief that it had peaked in April and would soon start declining. But that proved wrong, too. Prices rose 8.6 percent in May compared with a year earlier, the highest level in 40 years, according to the latest consumer price index released Friday. Moreover, prices climbed more quickly last month than they did in April, suggesting the inflationary peak had not yet arrived.

As the bad numbers piled up, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen publicly admitted the obvious, saying the administration got it wrong on inflation. The statement, though true, was met with grimaces in the West Wing, where aides noted that most leading forecasters and the Federal Reserve got it wrong, too.

https://www.politico.com/news/2022/06/14/biden-economy-afl-cio-00039580
 
Even a majority of Democrats think Biden is to blame for inflation:

https://www.newsweek.com/majority-democrats-blame-joe-biden-record-inflation-poll-1717669

Most Americans think inflation is the top issue, which it absolutely is:

[FONT=&quot]Americans viewed inflation as the top problem facing the U.S. in a separate survey from the Pew Research Center released in mid-May. But even though Biden's approval rating has [/FONT]taken a hit[FONT=&quot] in recent months, the president has at times [/FONT]refused to admit any responsibility[FONT=&quot] for inflation and blamed other factors like [/FONT]Russia's war in Ukraine[FONT=&quot] for the rising prices.[/FONT]
 
Corrupt? Did a judge stated that? What is against a good sense of enterpreneurship? The workers are free to take another job aren’t they? When you can’t stand the heat stay out of the capitalistic kitchen!


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How can you not see that by making that statement you've lost all credibility when it comes to talking about social welfare in Europe versus the U.S.?

You constantly lecture us about not caring about our workers like your country does, and then you support one of your corporations coming here and mistreating our workers. Why? I assume it's because it's YOUR country's businessmen doing it.

One of the worst human traits in my book is hypocrisy.

OUT. You'll get no further response from me.

In fact, no one should any longer engage you on that topic.
 
What is this, your reaction after voting for Trump? Remorse?


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You don't have a good memory. I didn't vote for Trump. Couldn't and can't stand him as a person, and thought he had too many worrying personality traits to be a good president. Also couldn't and can't stand Hillary Clinton, who is the personification of political corruption. So, for the first time in my adult life I didn't vote in the election.

Now, I don't know what will happen. I was speaking to someone in Customer Service in a department store yesterday, and was lamenting the incredible rise in prices, and the man said, apropos of that: Well, what can you expect when we have a President who is a combination of the worst traits of Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter. I was quite impressed that someone his age knew that much history, given the sorry state of our education system in the last two decades or so.

A woman standing nearby who overheard chimed in by saying: I don't understand how his wife can let this go on. Does she like being First Lady so much that she's willing for this to continue? He needs care and no stress, not being paraded around and humiliated in this way.

The problem is, as we started discussing, that if he is removed from office, Kamala Harris is in for the next two years, and the woman is a complete idiot who knows nothing about economics and is even more woke than the people controlling the president. Her speeches and responses to questions are so inept and embarrassing that the people around Biden have almost enforced a gag order.
 
You don't have a good memory. I didn't vote for Trump. Couldn't and can't stand him as a person, and thought he had too many worrying personality traits to be a good president. Also couldn't and can't stand Hillary Clinton, who is the personification of political corruption. So, for the first time in my adult life I didn't vote in the election.

Now, I don't know what will happen. I was speaking to someone in Customer Service in a department store yesterday, and was lamenting the incredible rise in prices, and the man said, apropos of that: Well, what can you expect when we have a President who is a combination of the worst traits of Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter. I was quite impressed that someone his age knew that much history, given the sorry state of our education system in the last two decades or so.

A woman standing nearby who overheard chimed in by saying: I don't understand how his wife can let this go on. Does she like being First Lady so much that she's willing for this to continue? He needs care and no stress, not being paraded around and humiliated in this way.

The problem is, as we started discussing, that if he is removed from office, Kamala Harris is in for the next two years, and the woman is a complete idiot who knows nothing about economics and is even more woke than the people controlling the president. Her speeches and responses to questions are so inept and embarrassing that the people around Biden have almost enforced a gag order.

Currently out of votes, but this is spot on.


The education system is abysmal in this country. I was a history co-major, and most of the time we spent learning about "under-represented" voices from history, blah, blah, blah. I must have been assigned to read the communist manifesto three times from various classes, but only once was I assigned to read anything in regards to the constitution.


A lot of what I know is mostly self-taught. Which being autodidactic was helpful in my undergrad career too, since most of the professors were so terrible at their jobs.
 
Americans are struggling to manage their finances. Only 57% of adults in the United States are financially literate, according to the Milken Institute. While a majority of parents say they are responsible for teaching children about finances, 31% say they never talk to their children about the topic, according to a CNBC + Acorns and Momentive survey. Financial literacy advocates believe too many students don’t receive any personal finance education in school, especially those in low-income neighborhoods. Only 12 states require high school students take personal finance as a standalone course to graduate, according to Next Gen Personal Finance. Studies show financial education makes a significant impact – improving rates of savings, lowering levels of debt, and increasing rates of asset accumulation. Research shows finance knowledge helps Americans make better decisions with their hard-earned cash. That’s why advocates are fighting for more personal finance education in schools and at home.

https://www.cnbc.com/video/2022/04/...g to manage,according to the Milken Institute.

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/teaching-about-money-does-your-state-make-the-grade-2015-10-20

Hmm, is it any surprise that California is a cesspool? People actually think Gavin Newsome would be a good president? Are these people intentionally trying to destroy the country?
 
How can you not see that by making that statement you've lost all credibility when it comes to talking about social welfare in Europe versus the U.S.?

You constantly lecture us about not caring about our workers like your country does, and then you support one of your corporations coming here and mistreating our workers. Why? I assume it's because it's YOUR country's businessmen doing it.

One of the worst human traits in my book is hypocrisy.

OUT. You'll get no further response from me.

In fact, no one should any longer engage you on that topic.
The fact that the Dutch are more capalist than you may be think doesn’t mean I agree with this all (difference between is and ought). So my critics on that is regardless the country….


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The fact that the Dutch are more capalist than you may be think doesn’t mean I agree with this all (difference between is and ought). So my critics on that Is regardless the country….


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I find that unbridled capitalism is not conducive to properly running a country, and just as bad as complete centralized planning. A meritocracy that promotes innovation and talent, and allows upward mobility of those who possess those skills should be the ideal. Not one that allows the lower or upper classes to abuse those who posses talent.
 
I find that unbridled capitalism is not conducive to properly running a country, and just as bad as complete centralized planning. A meritocracy that promotes innovation and talent, and allows upward mobility of those who possess those skills should be the ideal. Not one that allows the lower or upper classes to abuse those who posses talent.

Indeed own merit is preferable. Nevertheless a meritocracy gets closed too....so the mobility opportunities must kept open imo.
 

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