Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Talon, Apr 14, 2022.
Democrat areas are failing across the nation.
Except that this has nothing to do with the supposed food shortage.
You talk about economic policies, but you can't defend the Republican record.
I see he is right next to the last loser dotard we had...I do wish there was an age limit.
Does this mean that grades in schools are bad?
After the midterms and 2024 I'm sure we'll have a lot to defend.
Depends on how you use the name Potemkin.
You must have missed Nixon and Spiro T. Agnew.
Moar TAX cuts and bigger deficits are what we gotz with the last one to help crate a bigger debt.
Well, it might pain you to know that Biden hasn't actually been fiscally responsible.
You aren’t making any sense
Think about it, failing, grades, nudge-nudge say no more.
It Happens to All the Presidents...
At the end of fiscal year 2020, the debt was $26.9 trillion. Trump added $6.7 trillion to the debt between fiscal year 2017 and fiscal year 2020, a 33.1% increase
Of course it does, which is why it was not a good argument against Trump.
Apologizes, I’m on my phone and misread whom I was quoting lol
It is a reflection of the Democratic Party. The only Democratic candidate I would consider voting for in 2024 if Biden doesn't run is Tulsi Gabbard. But at this point it looks like the Dems are in for a real slaughter this November and most likely in 2024.
The red wave that got Clinton dragged back to a sensible middle is about the best kind of repair I can reasonably hope for.
Not sure what happens if there is a red wave that takes back the house and senate that could then elevate their own speaker, impeach Beijing Biden and Harris (which I understand can be done for as little reason as they've simply lost the faith of the people that elected them) and then, that Republican speaker is elevated to POTUS to serve 2022-2024.
Problem is, the bipartisan global corporate oligarchy is at the top of both parties, so I'm not sure it will matter. We'll see.
And yet his party still supports him and his policies. That is the real crime against America.
The problem is the democrats have no bench for ‘24.
First and foremost, as I've said countless times before, you can NOT equate an entire state to a political party. No state is so overwhelmingly one sided that this is even remotely valid. So your entire premise is completely false.
If you want to have an honest conversation then you have to be honest about things. There's zero chance of that happening though.
Here is the list of the 10 poorest states:
10- South Carolina
6- New Mexico
2- West Virginia
You attribute to chance that these 10 states vote predominantly Republican in presidential elections?
What do you think of this charts ?
We must add the jobs created by Biden +6.6 million.
Please excuse me if I've misunderstood your sentiments but it sounds like you are supportive of our current presidential administration.
It seems to me that Biden supporters must be pretty hard up if the only positive thing they can say about Sleepy Joe is that we've got two and a half years of more destructive bungling.
I don't like Trump and the thought of Harris as president is horrifying so that leaves us with Biden whose ability to " **** things up" was made crystal clear by his former boss and co-worker of years. (1)
I bear absolutely no ill will toward Biden or his supporters but I am genuinely concerned about the immediate future of our country.
(1) "Barack Obama reportedly said: 'Don't underestimate Joe's ability to (expletive) things up'
That's the case.
On this forum, you have the possibility to take out all the messages I wrote.
So I invite you to read my arguments about the Biden administration, especially regarding the economic recovery.
If there is anything you disagree with, I am open to discussion.
I think Trump's job growth was fine until the pandemic and mass hysteria demanded we shut down the global economy.
I think you knew this but found a fancy graph that doesn't tell the picture. Good jeb! Not predictable in the least!
Trump took office when the economy was doing well and he kept the ship sailing.
Before the pandemic:
Average growth at 2.6%/year, unemployment at 3.8%, inflation under 3%.
Of course, he reduced the government's revenues considerably with useless tax cuts, in the sense that they had no tangible result on growth.
But nothing catastrophic.
But as I have often said here, Trump was kicked out because of his management of the pandemic, which I could call a national tragedy.
All are either more remote and rural, or have large minority populations.
The states vote Republican for the same underlying reasons that make them poor.
It's an A causes B and C, not B causes C situation.
New Mexico is not a Republican state.
Those states do all have low costs of living.
Cost of living seems to have more of a correlation than state-wide poverty.
If that's your angle then you are running off of nonsense like taking his quotes verbatim with a CNN hysterical angle like "HES TELLING PEOPLE TO DRINK CHLORQUIN!!!" or superficial bullshit like "HE'S NOT WEARING A MASK!!!"
Biden's covid numbers are worse and he had a vaccine. The virus is going to do what the virus is going to do. We can either learn to live with it and get on with our lives or we can get hysterical and shut everything down to the suffering of the world as we are seeing now.
Hey! At least we finally figured all that out 2 years later after the entire supply chain has been ****ed over and inflation is through the roof! PHEW!
Thank god Putin gave CNN all the fear porn it needs for the next little while so we can put the Covid fear porn to bed, eh?
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