Biden Actions ... And Reactions

Scootboot

Active Member
Remember, Turley is a Democrat...and all hell would be breaking loose if this was about Trump and his son.

It is so frustrating the way everyone covers for the democratic families. Hunter is a POS that belongs in jail along with is dad. This family is so corrupt..
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Turns His Back On Reporters, Refuses To Answer Questions On Supply Chain Crisis


During the remarks, Biden threatened to take action if private sector companies did not fix the problem, saying, “If the private sector doesn’t step up, we’re going to call them out and ask them to act.”

At the end of the remarks, Biden bolted for the exit, ignoring questions about whether Christmas gifts would arrive on time this year and what he was doing to lower gasoline prices.
 

ProLifePatriot

Active Member
Biden Turns His Back On Reporters, Refuses To Answer Questions On Supply Chain Crisis


During the remarks, Biden threatened to take action if private sector companies did not fix the problem, saying, “If the private sector doesn’t step up, we’re going to call them out and ask them to act.”

At the end of the remarks, Biden bolted for the exit, ignoring questions about whether Christmas gifts would arrive on time this year and what he was doing to lower gasoline prices.
That's Mr. Walkaway for ya. Play the Blame game and run to Jill to change his diaper.
Btw, where's his "Secretary of Transportation"? Shouldn't he be the one ne handling this disaster? The disaster his boss created?
 

Kyle

Let's Go Brandon!
PREMO Member
NORTH POLE—Jolly Saint Nick made a rare announcement from the North Pole this week to address crippling supply chain issues across the globe. According to Santa, supply constraints will limit everyone to two choices of Christmas present: a roasted chestnut, or a ball-in-a-cup.

"Ho, ho, ho! It's not so bad!" said Santa in a recorded statement. "Have you ever had a delicious roasted chestnut? A classic Christmas gift from the days of yore! Delicious! And ball-in-a-cup? What a delightful amusement! Who needs a Playstation or iPhone when you have such a delightfully simple game that you can play with your friends while you develop your hand-eye coordination! Ho ho ho!"

Santa then went off to cry alone in a corner.



.... Santa said he is working hard to have a possible third gift offering ready for this year: t-shirts printed with the delightful holiday chant "Let's Go Brandon!"



 

Kyle

Let's Go Brandon!
PREMO Member
Backed-Up Cargo Ships Positioned To Spell Out ‘Let’s Go Brandon’




 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Begs Industry He’s Pledged To Destroy To Rescue Nation From Looming Energy Crisis


The plea for help follows nine months of the president following through on his campaign promises to phase out fossil fuels.

“The oil industry pollutes, significantly,” Biden said at the third presidential debate. “It has to be replaced by renewable energy over time.”

Then-Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler warned at the time that even in the absence of an outright ban, a new administration could regulate the industry out of business. As Biden nears the completion of his first year in office, that’s exactly what’s happening.

After a temporary suspension on new oil and gas leases on federal land, which was only overturned on the order of the courts, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has floated the possibility of placing outright limits on oil and gas extraction. Such a decision would only restrict supply and raise power prices even further as the average gallon of gas has reached $3.30 across the country, according to AAA.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Celebrates ‘Historic Economic Recovery’ Despite Skyrocketing Inflation As Millions Of Workers Quit


“Today, we learned that the number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment has fallen below 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic began — a drop of more than 60 percent since I took office, and the lowest weekly figure since March 14, 2020. While this is just one week, the fact that the four-week average declined is yet another sign of progress. With wages rising and our unemployment rate back below 5 percent for the first time since the pandemic struck, it is clear that our economy is getting back to normal despite the global challenges posed by the Delta variant,” Biden said in the statement. “I have said from the beginning that we cannot fully bring our economy back unless we beat the pandemic — and here, too, we are seeing encouraging signs. As vaccination requirements have gone into effect, more and more Americans are getting vaccinated. In fact, we now have 66 million eligible Americans that are unvaccinated, down from almost 100 million in July. We are making important progress against the Delta variant, and our economy is gaining strength in turn.”

The president again lauded a supposed “historic economic recovery” and used this “success” to justify his “Build Back Better” agenda.

“With both COVID-19 cases and unemployment claims declining, it is clearer than ever that America is in the midst of an historic economic recovery — one that continues to lead the world. The first half of this year saw our economy grow at the fastest rate in four decades. The last three months have seen the largest fall in long-term unemployment since we began keeping records in 1948,” he said. “And with an average of 600,000 new jobs created each month since I took office, we have dramatically outpaced the previous record of job growth under a new president. But to transform this historic momentum into a sustained economic boom, it is critical that we take action now to invest in our nation and our people. We must pass both the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act and the Build Back Better Act to strengthen the foundations of our economy, revitalize our middle class, and position America to compete and win for decades to come.”
 

herb749

Well-Known Member
Is there something in that bill that pays people to stay home .?

If there is then these people quiting are anticipating it .
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Says Stupid Crap About Trump Subpoena Defiers — Leaves Psaki and DOJ in Full Damage Control


As noted by Fox, Biden told the usual gaggle of South Lawn reporters, “I hope the committee goes after them and holds them accountable,” referring to previous Trump officials and others who refuse to comply with a congressional subpoena.

But Joe wasn’t done being stupid.

One reporter followed up, asking: “Should they be prosecuted?”

Biden then went full-metal Biden: “I do, yes,” once again triggering White House alerts.

‘Code Joe! Code Joe! Code Joe!’ blared the White House and DOJ alarms.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden's 'Financial Surveillance State' Would Be More Intrusive Than Anyone Is Saying


This is the reason that the words “comprehensive reform” are the most dangerous words in Washington. Anything “comprehensive” usually means “too complex and too large to understand.” And “reform” is entirely dependent on one’s point of view. One person’s “reform” is another person’s “catastrophe.”

So when radical Democrats start getting enthused about “comprehensive IRS reform,” grab your wallets, draw the shades, and lock the door. No one’s bank account will be safe from scrutiny. And it’s likely to cost everyone as banks pass on the costs of the new “Financial Surveillance State” to consumers.

Does the Biden administration really believe they’re going to catch billionaire tax cheats by surveilling inflows and outflows from accounts as low as $600?

Thankfully, there’s been a lot of pushback from banks and consumers as the pressure has Democrats talking about raising the threshold to $10,000. But there’s much more in the “American Families Plan Tax Compliance Agenda,” that’s radically intrusive and will massively increase the power and influence of the already powerful Internal Revenue Service.

Reason.com:

Ten grand is about how much you make working full-time in New York City on the minimum wage for four months, for eight months at the federal rate. It’s the average annual rent in West Virginia (the least expensive in the country), and less than half the average price paid for used vehicles in 2020. What $10,000—let alone $600—most decidedly is not is the preferred level of annual transactions among the tax-avoidant rich.
Yet that is how this surveillance is being sold on the left.
“Strengthening information reporting, as well as providing protected and sustained I.R.S. funding, would ensure that we focus enforcement on the biggest fish,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) claimed to The New York Times, presumably with a straight face.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Joe Biden's Proposed Ban on Fast, Effective Dishwashers Is a Gift to Big Business

Earlier this week, the public comment period ended on the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) proposal to ban "short-cycle" dishwashers and laundry machines, which clean pants and plates much faster but consume more energy and water to get the job done.

These products were legalized under the Trump administration as part of its crusade to undo stifling energy efficiency limits and make America's appliances great again. Dishwashers, in particular, were an issue that provoked the former commander in chief's passions.

"The dishwashers, they had a little problem. They didn't give enough water, so people would run them 10 times, so they end up using more water. And the thing's no damn good. We freed it up," said former President Donald Trump on the campaign trail in October 2020.

His characteristic bravado had a lot of truth to it.

The past few decades have seen the default cycle times of dishwashers more than double—from an average of 69 minutes in 1983 to 140 minutes in 2018—as manufacturers struggle to maintain the cleaning performance of their machines while complying with ever stricter energy standards.
 

SamSpade

Well-Known Member
Thankfully, there’s been a lot of pushback from banks and consumers as the pressure has Democrats talking about raising the threshold to $10,000.
Hasn't something like this existed with banks for over 40 years?

The 600 dollar threshold is absurd. I cannot imagine why anyone thought that would be a good idea.
 

SamSpade

Well-Known Member
"The dishwashers, they had a little problem. They didn't give enough water, so people would run them 10 times, so they end up using more water. And the thing's no damn good. We freed it up," said former President Donald Trump on the campaign trail in October 2020.

His characteristic bravado had a lot of truth to it.

The past few decades have seen the default cycle times of dishwashers more than double—from an average of 69 minutes in 1983 to 140 minutes in 2018—as manufacturers struggle to maintain the cleaning performance of their machines while complying with ever stricter energy standards.
No kidding. Many of these energy saving initiatives seem to forget that the PURPOSE of washing machines and dishwashers is to CLEAN - not use up water and electricity. Low flow toilets, same thing - flush them twice or the stuff doesn't go anywhere. Low flow shower heads that compel you to take longer showers.

It would be great if the government - wanting people to do some things - would use persuasion rather than force.

At least one thing that these initiatives did actually get right was light bulbs - bulbs that last longer and use much less electricity. Sadly, you don't use most of your energy lighting up your house.
 
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