Is Biden really that bad?

injinji

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Unfortunately that can be found in almost any state now
We live in a carrot and stick system. Without the stick of hunger and homelessness, folks might not be willing to reach for the carrot of the mythical penthouse at the wages being offered.
 

Roger A. Shrubber

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I hope you never do but the stress can get us all
i'm a venter...i get pissed, i blow up and rant and rave and occasionally kick shit, then i calm down and try to see what i can actually get done to fix whatever is pissing me off...sometimes the answer is nothing, and that can make me start the whole cycle again...but i've gotten a lot better at focusing on what i can do, and not on the things i can't.
 

Lucky Luke

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US President Joe Biden won’t make it through the rest of his first term as “his mind is too far gone,” White House physician turned Texas congressman Ronny Jackson predicted on Twitter on Thursday.
Jackson elaborated that “Biden’s cognitive decline has been on full display for YEARS,” arguing “He SHOULD NOT be our President!” in another tweet calling for the president to resign.
Jackson served as the personal physician to former presidents Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and George W. Bush. In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, he revealed that Obama had sent him an email scolding him for casting doubt on Biden’s cognitive abilities.
After acknowledging that Jackson had “always served [Obama] and [his] family well,” and calling him a “fine doctor and service member but also a friend,” the former president tore into the congressman for the “cheap shot” he had supposedly taken at Biden on Twitter.
“It was unprofessional and beneath the office that you once held,” Obama allegedly wrote, calling the tweets “disrespectful to me and the many friends you had in our administration.” The former president “expect[ed] better,” he said in the email, urging Jackson to “reflect” and “expect more of yourself in the future.”
Jackson stood by his opinion of the current president’s mental status, however, telling Representative Jim Banks in another interview that “all I know is that he’s got age-related cognitive decline, right. He is not mentally fit right now.” The doctor cited “the way he shuffles away, stares off into space” as an indication Biden was no longer all there.
Reminding his critics that he had been the White House physician for three presidents, Jackson warned he was “100% sure that Joe Biden is incapable of doing that job,” pointing out how “physically and mentally … demanding” the presidency is. “He will not make it four years in office,” the doctor predicted.
Biden’s alleged cognitive decline is a popular talking point among the president’s detractors, who note his growing confusion even in the face of simple tasks like reading off a teleprompter and exiting a stage after speaking. Prone to gaffes even while serving as vice president under Obama, his ability to remain on-script has suffered noticeably, to the point where his cabinet has repeatedly been forced to walk back inflammatory statements regarding regime change and potential military action in Russia and China.
Even Biden’s own party appears to be concerned with his declining mental state, with 41% of Democrat respondents to a recent poll arguing he should not run for re-election compared to just 35% cheering him on. Citing his failure to enact much of his signature legislation, from the sweeping if vague “Build Back Better” program to party favorites like gun control and abortion rights, some Democratic National Committee members have gone on the record acknowledging the “enthusiasm gap” and arguing against running the 79-year-old for another term.
Jackson was elected to Congress as a Republican representing Texas’ 13th district in 2020 after 25 years in the US Navy, where he rose to become head of the White House Medical Unit.
 

Budley Doright

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US President Joe Biden won’t make it through the rest of his first term as “his mind is too far gone,” White House physician turned Texas congressman Ronny Jackson predicted on Twitter on Thursday.
Jackson elaborated that “Biden’s cognitive decline has been on full display for YEARS,” arguing “He SHOULD NOT be our President!” in another tweet calling for the president to resign.
Jackson served as the personal physician to former presidents Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and George W. Bush. In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, he revealed that Obama had sent him an email scolding him for casting doubt on Biden’s cognitive abilities.
After acknowledging that Jackson had “always served [Obama] and [his] family well,” and calling him a “fine doctor and service member but also a friend,” the former president tore into the congressman for the “cheap shot” he had supposedly taken at Biden on Twitter.
“It was unprofessional and beneath the office that you once held,” Obama allegedly wrote, calling the tweets “disrespectful to me and the many friends you had in our administration.” The former president “expect[ed] better,” he said in the email, urging Jackson to “reflect” and “expect more of yourself in the future.”
Jackson stood by his opinion of the current president’s mental status, however, telling Representative Jim Banks in another interview that “all I know is that he’s got age-related cognitive decline, right. He is not mentally fit right now.” The doctor cited “the way he shuffles away, stares off into space” as an indication Biden was no longer all there.
Reminding his critics that he had been the White House physician for three presidents, Jackson warned he was “100% sure that Joe Biden is incapable of doing that job,” pointing out how “physically and mentally … demanding” the presidency is. “He will not make it four years in office,” the doctor predicted.
Biden’s alleged cognitive decline is a popular talking point among the president’s detractors, who note his growing confusion even in the face of simple tasks like reading off a teleprompter and exiting a stage after speaking. Prone to gaffes even while serving as vice president under Obama, his ability to remain on-script has suffered noticeably, to the point where his cabinet has repeatedly been forced to walk back inflammatory statements regarding regime change and potential military action in Russia and China.
Even Biden’s own party appears to be concerned with his declining mental state, with 41% of Democrat respondents to a recent poll arguing he should not run for re-election compared to just 35% cheering him on. Citing his failure to enact much of his signature legislation, from the sweeping if vague “Build Back Better” program to party favorites like gun control and abortion rights, some Democratic National Committee members have gone on the record acknowledging the “enthusiasm gap” and arguing against running the 79-year-old for another term.
Jackson was elected to Congress as a Republican representing Texas’ 13th district in 2020 after 25 years in the US Navy, where he rose to become head of the White House Medical Unit.
Ummm ok! And you felt this is a reliable source! FFS Luke :(.

 

Roger A. Shrubber

Well-Known Member
US President Joe Biden won’t make it through the rest of his first term as “his mind is too far gone,” White House physician turned Texas congressman Ronny Jackson predicted on Twitter on Thursday.
Jackson elaborated that “Biden’s cognitive decline has been on full display for YEARS,” arguing “He SHOULD NOT be our President!” in another tweet calling for the president to resign.
Jackson served as the personal physician to former presidents Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and George W. Bush. In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, he revealed that Obama had sent him an email scolding him for casting doubt on Biden’s cognitive abilities.
After acknowledging that Jackson had “always served [Obama] and [his] family well,” and calling him a “fine doctor and service member but also a friend,” the former president tore into the congressman for the “cheap shot” he had supposedly taken at Biden on Twitter.
“It was unprofessional and beneath the office that you once held,” Obama allegedly wrote, calling the tweets “disrespectful to me and the many friends you had in our administration.” The former president “expect[ed] better,” he said in the email, urging Jackson to “reflect” and “expect more of yourself in the future.”
Jackson stood by his opinion of the current president’s mental status, however, telling Representative Jim Banks in another interview that “all I know is that he’s got age-related cognitive decline, right. He is not mentally fit right now.” The doctor cited “the way he shuffles away, stares off into space” as an indication Biden was no longer all there.
Reminding his critics that he had been the White House physician for three presidents, Jackson warned he was “100% sure that Joe Biden is incapable of doing that job,” pointing out how “physically and mentally … demanding” the presidency is. “He will not make it four years in office,” the doctor predicted.
Biden’s alleged cognitive decline is a popular talking point among the president’s detractors, who note his growing confusion even in the face of simple tasks like reading off a teleprompter and exiting a stage after speaking. Prone to gaffes even while serving as vice president under Obama, his ability to remain on-script has suffered noticeably, to the point where his cabinet has repeatedly been forced to walk back inflammatory statements regarding regime change and potential military action in Russia and China.
Even Biden’s own party appears to be concerned with his declining mental state, with 41% of Democrat respondents to a recent poll arguing he should not run for re-election compared to just 35% cheering him on. Citing his failure to enact much of his signature legislation, from the sweeping if vague “Build Back Better” program to party favorites like gun control and abortion rights, some Democratic National Committee members have gone on the record acknowledging the “enthusiasm gap” and arguing against running the 79-year-old for another term.
Jackson was elected to Congress as a Republican representing Texas’ 13th district in 2020 after 25 years in the US Navy, where he rose to become head of the White House Medical Unit.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/scathing-report-finds-rep-ronny-jackson-engaged-inappropriate-conduct-white-n1259437

https://www.npr.org/2021/03/03/973343296/ronny-jackson-bullied-subordinates-and-broke-alcohol-rules-pentagon-report-finds

https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/02/politics/ronny-jackson-dod-inspector-general-report/index.html

https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2021/03/03/investigation-reveals-inappropriate-conduct-and-on-duty-substance-use-by-texas-rep-ronny-jackson-as-top-white-house-medic/?sh=37fe990c38c1

https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/the-real-ronny-jackson-scandal-is-that-trump-nominated-him-at-all

https://www.deseret.com/u-s-world/2021/3/3/22310997/white-house-doctor-ronny-jackson-texas-report

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/03/ronny-jackson-harassed-staff-drank-as-wh-doctor-report.html

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/25/us/politics/ronny-jackson-veterans-affairs-nomination.html

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2018/06/04/defense-officials-open-investigation-into-drinking-drug-allegations-against-white-house-doctor/

i can understand how you might think jackson is a reputable source of information, i mean, it's so very difficult to find anything negative about him....:roll:
 
It seems that most Americans don't like Biden as recent polls show.
Poll: Biden's job approval falls to new low as Dems struggle to pass popular agenda (yahoo.com)
They, supposedly your Average American, like his agenda & support most of it, except the cost.
But they don't like Biden.
Huh?
I don't get it, what the fuck did he do wrong?
Afghanistan?
Like Trump would have done better?
Sorry for the dead soldiers, but shit like that happens in Afghanistan & they were soldiers that signed up for that job.
Anyway, Biden FINALLY got us out of that shit show, something that should have happened a long time ago.
So, what's the beef?
The Pandemic?
Inflation?
The price of gas?
Drought?
Forest fires?
A high Dow Jones?
Oh yea?
I got it!!!!
It's wearing a mask or getting a vaccination!!!
That's why he sucks, right?
Fucking idiots.
What's your opinion of Bidens presidency.
I think he would be doing a better job if the GOP would get the fuck out of the way & he wasn't left a pile of shit/debt by Trump.
I don't think there's anyone better out there than him at least
I like him :)
Your right!! Not everything is Biden fault
 

Lucky Luke

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Ummm ok! And you felt this is a reliable source! FFS Luke :(.
i can understand how you might think jackson is a reputable source of information, i mean, it's so very difficult to find anything negative about him....:roll:
Seems to be a recurring theme amongst Democrat voters.
"Biden’s meager 33% approval rating is in line with other polls, but the shocking and worrying number for the White House is that fully 64% of Democrats believe he should not run for another term in 2024. That number rises to an absurd 94% among Democrats under 30."

"Amid calls from activists for Biden to show more urgency on issues such as abortion and gun reform, the White House has fired back, calling those who want more action on abortion "out of step."








Should he step down and give Kamala Harris a go? She did a good speech to the Pacific islands meeting a few days ago.
Is she liked in America? She isn't spoken much about on here.
 
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Roger A. Shrubber

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Seems to be a recurring theme amongst Democrat voters.
"Biden’s meager 33% approval rating is in line with other polls, but the shocking and worrying number for the White House is that fully 64% of Democrats believe he should not run for another term in 2024. That number rises to an absurd 94% among Democrats under 30."

"Amid calls from activists for Biden to show more urgency on issues such as abortion and gun reform, the White House has fired back, calling those who want more action on abortion "out of step."








Should he step down and give Kamala Harris a go? She did a good speech to the Pacific islands meeting a few days ago.
Is she liked in America? She isn't spoken much about on here.
i actually agree, Biden stepped up and kicked trumps ass, but it was like watching two very old dogs fight over a bitch that doesn't want either of them...he is an infinitely superior president in every way compared to trump, but the man is old, and we need someone that the younger people can get behind.
as far as Harris? she isn't spoken about much in America...i don't think she has much chance, at least not in 24. i don't see her beating desantis, not sure how she'd do against pence or w/e else the psychos might run...
people don't seem to be very receptive to my idea of a good pairing...i think Michelle Obama with either Buttigieg or Booker could do well, but no one else seems to think so...but no one else seems to be able to offer a better alternative...
 

DIY-HP-LED

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i actually agree, Biden stepped up and kicked trumps ass, but it was like watching two very old dogs fight over a bitch that doesn't want either of them...he is an infinitely superior president in every way compared to trump, but the man is old, and we need someone that the younger people can get behind.
as far as Harris? she isn't spoken about much in America...i don't think she has much chance, at least not in 24. i don't see her beating desantis, not sure how she'd do against pence or w/e else the psychos might run...
people don't seem to be very receptive to my idea of a good pairing...i think Michelle Obama with either Buttigieg or Booker could do well, but no one else seems to think so...but no one else seems to be able to offer a better alternative...
She would be a good pick and she could say abortion drove her to it, if it's still an issue in 24, the GOP could drop it like Jesus when Trump showed up, it's a loser issue for them. Trump (if he were loose) would be afraid to run against her, to lose to a black woman would be too much for him and his fans to bear.

I think the democrats should pick some blond haired blue eyed all American boy, a man from Glad and use their bigotry against them by nominating snow fucking white! Then he should call Desantis a dirty Mexican and demand to see his Goddamned birth certificate! :lol:
 

Fogdog

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i actually agree, Biden stepped up and kicked trumps ass, but it was like watching two very old dogs fight over a bitch that doesn't want either of them...he is an infinitely superior president in every way compared to trump, but the man is old, and we need someone that the younger people can get behind.
as far as Harris? she isn't spoken about much in America...i don't think she has much chance, at least not in 24. i don't see her beating desantis, not sure how she'd do against pence or w/e else the psychos might run...
people don't seem to be very receptive to my idea of a good pairing...i think Michelle Obama with either Buttigieg or Booker could do well, but no one else seems to think so...but no one else seems to be able to offer a better alternative...
It's my guess that a more centrist person will be chosen to be the '24 Democratic nominee. Booker reeks of Silicon Valley influence. Buttigieg. What's he done to earn a shot at being prez? Michelle Obama says she isn't interested or qualified to be president.

I'll probably support Elizabeth Warren during the primary if she runs and she'll lose.
 

Budley Doright

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Seems to be a recurring theme amongst Democrat voters.
"Biden’s meager 33% approval rating is in line with other polls, but the shocking and worrying number for the White House is that fully 64% of Democrats believe he should not run for another term in 2024. That number rises to an absurd 94% among Democrats under 30."

"Amid calls from activists for Biden to show more urgency on issues such as abortion and gun reform, the White House has fired back, calling those who want more action on abortion "out of step."








Should he step down and give Kamala Harris a go? She did a good speech to the Pacific islands meeting a few days ago.
Is she liked in America? She isn't spoken much about on here.
My reply was only in regards to your idiotic source of Biden’s alleged mental deterioration.
 
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