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Biden Lied, Spoke to Son About Ukraine Business

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

In politics,there's nothing worse than a senile,lying crook.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

SO TRUE:THE LEAST "IMPORTANT ELECTION OF OUR LIFETIMES."
by John Rubino
A consensus seems to have formed on both left and right that the upcoming presidential election involves some literally existential questions, making it THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION OF OUR LIFETIMES.

In fact, the opposite is true. This election is the least important of the past 30 years and very possibly the least important ever. Because, to put it bluntly, we’re kind of screwed either way.

Let’s consider some of those supposedly existential threats:

A Politicized Supreme Court
As this is written, Senate hearings on the nomination of Trump’s third Supreme Court Justice are in progress. Democrat questioners seem to be mainly concerned that a conservative Court would eliminate Obamacare and Roe v Wade, consigning women and the poor to circa 1915 levels of degradation and neglect.

Would the elimination of Roe v Wade mean that abortion becomes illegal from coast to coast? Not at all. States containing 70 or so percent of the US population would immediately legalize abortion within their borders while making provisions to ferry in pregnant women from neighboring non-choice states. The result: The issue moves back into the legislative realm where actual voters get to have a say and the procedure remains available for the vast majority of American women.

With Obamacare, the issue is not the whole program, but just its “mandate” provision through which the government orders every American to buy health insurance and penalizes us if we don’t. Striking it down as beyond the scope of Federal power does not mean that Obamacare – or any other healthcare entitlement – goes away.
Meanwhile, conservatives fear that the Democrats, should they retake control of the White House and Senate, will “pack the Supreme Court” by decreeing that it should have, say, 15 judges instead of the current 9 and then adding 6 liberals, to turn the court into a permanently liberal branch of Congress.

So how big a threat is a politicized Supreme Court? Obviously not too big, since Justices have been “legislating from the bench” for decades (Roe dates from 1973) and activists on both right and left continue to complain that the other side is winning. Sounds like business as usual whoever is the next president.

World War III

This is just filler because the military/industrial complex is obviously in charge either way.

Rampant Corruption
Let’s just agree that Trump, Biden, Harris, and Pence are each in their own way corrupt and more deserving of a prison cell than the Oval office. But since two of them will end up running the country come November, from a corruption standpoint does it really matter which two?

The environment
This seems like a legitimate potential difference.

The conclusion: Trump isn’t nearly the environmental threat he’s made out to be, and Biden isn’t that much of a savior. Technology and new business models are the big story here, and they don’t care who’s in charge.

Irresponsible borrowing

If Trump wins he’ll continue to run trillion-dollar deficits. If Biden wins, he’ll borrow that much or more

On fiscal policy,these guys are virtually indistinguishable.

Fascist dictator!
It’s amazing how many Democrats literally expect Trump to ignore the coming election and just declare himself dictator.

Please listen, liberals: Trump is trolling you. He’s a narcissistic stand-up comedian who finds himself with a vast audience of emotional children, and he’s doing what any self-respecting comic would do: He’s freaking you out. So pretend you’re at a stage-side Comedy Store table and just roll with it. When his set is over, he’ll drop his mike and amble off to his next gig.

Joe Biden?A feckless politician.

So the very real personality defects of this crop of candidates are an annoyance rather than a danger. And as such, they’re easily managed. Just don’t watch Fox or MSNBC and the coming political mess will wash over you like the smell from a passing garbage truck, unpleasant but ephemeral.
GRA:One of my favorite columns I've read.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

Gifted programs usually the student whitey or oriental. Very few negro deemed as gifted. Unless it is sports or music!

Anonymous said...

BLACKIE JOHN JAMES TRAILING IN LATEST POLL;TRUMP LOSING BY NINE TO BIDEN
GRA:Trump losing in Michigan 48-39.He was losing last year too.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — As the November election quickly approaches, incumbent Gary Peters is leading against Republican challenger John James in the U.S. Senate race.

In the EPIC-MRA poll released Thursday morning, 45% of respondents said they would vote for Peters if the election was held immediately and 39% stated they would vote for James. Eleven percent said they were undecided or refused to answer.


While Peters is leading James, 43% had a negative view of Peters’ performance so far as a senator. Thirty-seven percent believe he has done a good job so far.

The poll stated 42% had a favorable opinion of Peters, while 30% had an unfavorable view. Thirty-five percent said they had a favorable view of James and 37% had an unfavorable opinion.
--GRA