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The Biden/Harris Presidency examined
« on: November 24, 2020, 10:41:42 pm »
The Biden/Harris Presidency examined



What are we in for here over the next 4 years?, and will Biden make it?

I mean what are they, 78??

What is it that gives these politicians such longevity?

Also, I think 4 years is to short a term for Presidents to serve, they should move it to 6 years, and then 2 more if re-elected, I mean how can other world leaders built relationships with U.S. Presidents if in and out so quickly, like Trump.

I think the other 1 term Presidents I can remember in modern era were 'Bush Sr', Jimmy Carter, and now Trump.

And I remember Trump kept saying 'Biden's the worst candidate ever, who could ever lose to him?'

Wow, egg in face, but there will always be others who think Trump didn't lose, but rather election was rigged.

Either way, I think the writings on the wall and Biden will be in soon.

Some of their policies scare me though, the wealthy, the connected, will be OK, always, it's the bottom class that I do think his policies will hurt, like before Trump came along and the heartland of America was basically being 'gutted'.

Will that happen again?...we shall see.

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Re: The Biden/Harris Presidency examined
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2021, 01:36:43 am »
So far

1. End keystone pipeline project

2. Reverse Trumps travel ban on nations that don't properly vet their citizens before dumping them onto the U.S.


Those are the two main things I can think of right now, I just know it's going to be a very long, scary and destructive 4 years under Biden/Harris.

And who really knows how long Biden will be in that position.

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Re: The Biden/Harris Presidency examined
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2021, 02:41:52 pm »
Here are some of Biden's executive orders he's signed so far, do these order benefit common American people or do they benefit foreign nations and immigrants more?...you decide

https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2021/politics/biden-executive-orders/index.html

From CNN...but it's accurate cause they're proud of his orders thus far.

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Re: The Biden/Harris Presidency examined
« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2021, 01:43:44 am »
The biggest take I got from President Biden's Press conference that all others seemed to miss was his 'Democracy vs Autocracy'

No one on talk radio, meaning the low IQ hosts, none of them focused their attention on when Joe Biden told the world, everyone who was listening, told 'The West' and his fellow Americans that the new Power structure competing against 'Democracy' is no longer 'Communism' (Something I've known for years), but rather Autocracy.

Biden said 'Notice how Putin doesn't pitch communism anymore, cause like China they're into Autocracy'

Which basically means one person or one party rule.

Biden, in his own strange honest way, was saying that's the new struggle going forward, the world is watching to see which system works better, and of course China is all about 'Autocracy', as their influence grows world wide, and as social media seems to have copied their style, and some would say so has the American Democratic power with Biden signing so many executive orders like a dictator, not even running nothing through Congress to see if it's what the citizens of the nation want, but rather instead, 'he' wants it, so he signs it and that's that.

How's that any different than what the leader of North Korea does?, or even Putin of Russia?

Now Conservative radio hosts did heavily focus on the Filabuster, or however it's spelled, so I guess in a way they do understand that ending that could indeed lead to Autocracy rule, for what comes around goes around, and GOP could use it just as well, should they ever get back into power.

But my main memory of Biden's press conference is saying the world is seeing which system works better now, Democracy, where supposedly every citizen has a say, or Autocracy, where a few at the top, make all the important decisions for everyone else.

And Biden emphasized that the world is watching, and right now China seems to be gaining an edge, cause unlike America, their nation is indeed united, or at least they sure do give that impression, notice Hong Kong hasn't been in the news anymore?

China practically owns American news papers, Hollywood now and more, through fiscal influence.

The reason why conservatives lack any  kind of influence anywhere is cause they're so dog gone stengy.