I Told You So

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Master of My Domain
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We are six months in and it has been about as bad as I thought it would be. The border is a dumpster fire and it isn't going to be fixed because Biden and Co. don't want to fix it. They are just fine with hordes of illegal immigrants from Central America flowing in because they see those as future Democrats and holding power is the only thing they care about.

We're spending money we don't have and inflation is surging. Biden is pushing an "infrastructure" bill that is a diet version of the Green New Deal. Fortunately, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are currently holding strong and preventing the left from tossing out the filibuster and forcing hell on earth upon us, but I'm not optimistic that they will continue to hold out as they get singled out by the media and by the leaders of their own party.

Dems' biggest legislative priority is fixing elections with the "For the (Marxist) People" Act. Sounds like that is probably not going to happen, but I'm not holding my breath. If it passes, we will probably never have another Republican POTUS. We'll be on our way to a one-party socialist disaster.

Biden (and when I say Biden, I know he really isn't deciding anything. He is the puppet that Susan Rice, Valerie Jarrett and the Obamas are using) will pivot to amnesty soon...it will happen before 2022, especially since you have some RINOs who love that black market labor.

In almost every area that matters, things have gotten worse over the past six months with the looming potential to get even worse. But, at least, we don't have to deal with those tweets anymore.
“May the wings of liberty never lose a feather.” - Jack Burton

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T-Bubs
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Re: I Told You So

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Master of My Domain wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:36 pm
We are six months in and it has been about as bad as I thought it would be. The border is a dumpster fire and it isn't going to be fixed because Biden and Co. don't want to fix it. They are just fine with hordes of illegal immigrants from Central America flowing in because they see those as future Democrats and holding power is the only thing they care about.
Agreed. I do think the Republicans hold the leverage here. If they want to fix the immigration problem and get the Latin vote, they have an opportunity to do it while blowing up the Democrats' "we care about the immigrate" message in their face.
Master of My Domain wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:36 pm
We're spending money we don't have and inflation is surging. Biden is pushing an "infrastructure" bill that is a diet version of the Green New Deal. Fortunately, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are currently holding strong and preventing the left from tossing out the filibuster and forcing hell on earth upon us, but I'm not optimistic that they will continue to hold out as they get singled out by the media and by the leaders of their own party.
Agreed. I think Manchin sticks to his guns. I don't know enough about Sinema to guess.
Master of My Domain wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:36 pm
Dems' biggest legislative priority is fixing elections with the "For the (Marxist) People" Act. Sounds like that is probably not going to happen, but I'm not holding my breath. If it passes, we will probably never have another Republican POTUS. We'll be on our way to a one-party socialist disaster.
Agreed. States control their voting process and the feds need to stay out.
Master of My Domain wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:36 pm
Biden (and when I say Biden, I know he really isn't deciding anything. He is the puppet that Susan Rice, Valerie Jarrett and the Obamas are using) will pivot to amnesty soon...it will happen before 2022, especially since you have some RINOs who love that black market labor.
See my first point.
Master of My Domain wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 4:36 pm
In almost every area that matters, things have gotten worse over the past six months with the looming potential to get even worse. But, at least, we don't have to deal with those tweets anymore.
Midterms will show how Biden's message and policies are resonating.

One good nonpartisan legislation that has passed is the one against China. At least both parties agree that China is a threat and we are doing something about it.

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Re: I Told You So

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Midterms will show how Biden's message and policies are resonating.
I agree, Bubs, but if Dem state governments are allowed to muck this up again with mail-in ballots, who knows? The next two years are going to blow and I think Republicans should take the House in two years. Not sure what spots will be up in the Senate, but there should be a red backlash to this shit show.

Election integrity should be a huge issue going forward, and Dems should want it to. It's hard to have faith in a government when you don't trust the electoral process.
“May the wings of liberty never lose a feather.” - Jack Burton

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