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There never was a right answer to Afghanistan, only a menu of terrible options.   I think cutting our losses was the correct answer, but it should have been a decade earlier.    Bi

I want to complain about his attitude concerning Israel/Palestine, but I don't have a clue what the correct attitude would be.

Some context:   Trump on his way out signed an agreement with a specific date for the US to leave.  Biden was able to postpone it about 90 days, but the Taliban still knew the exact day we w

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Dude is super old and used to be way too damned handsy. No coups, or felonies though, or Nero-like ‘let the country burn, it’s unworthy of me!’ crazy talk. But I’ll stay vigilant for the first signs.

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22 minutes ago, begooode said:

Dude is super old and used to be way too damned handsy. No coups, or felonies though, or Nero-like ‘let the country burn, it’s unworthy of me!’ crazy talk. But I’ll stay vigilant for the first signs.

Not having to worry about him overthrowing our government is right at the tops of the list for me.

 

Any gripes I have is his inability to properly message. I also think the border issue could and should have been handled better, but even that comes with a caveat that he wanted to go through the proper channels instead of an EO. 

 

As a person I don't have much to gripe about. He's been faithfully married and treats his family like gold, even the prodigal son while losing the son who was doing everything right. 

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Immigration was ignored far too long. And Biden let the weak on crime tag stick too long. Fortunately the stats have improved, but Dems need to stop being squishy on this topic with local law enforcement (police, DAs, judges) and governments clawing back progressive policies that just didn’t work , including on the optics of our 15 minute attention spans. 

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2 minutes ago, MadMax said:

I want to complain about his attitude concerning Israel/Palestine, but I don't have a clue what the correct attitude would be.


I agree with the sentiment, but it’s a generational mess. Also, just like to include Hamas explicitly in the Israel/Palestine equation.

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9 minutes ago, MadMax said:

I want to complain about his attitude concerning Israel/Palestine, but I don't have a clue what the correct attitude would be.

Anything outside just staying neutral except humanitarian aid is a losing effort and even that is losing to some, I just think that pisses off the least.

Pro Israel has a big anti crowd

pro Palenstine has probably a bigger anti crowd.

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He supports a form of government that values bureaucracy over efficiency. 

 

His administration's budget decisions have led to a continuous escalation of our debt, reaching unsustainable levels. This drains our wealth and erodes our freedom, making us increasingly reliant on the government and less capable of living the lives we aspire to. Worse, our children and grandchildren will bear the greatest burden of Biden's irresponsible policies.

 

Inflation continues to spiral out of control, and those who claim the economy is stable by citing the stock market are oblivious to the intertwining of government and corporate interests. This has led to a scenario where elitists enjoy the comforts of both socialism and capitalism. In contrast, others face the harsh realities of cutthroat socialism and capitalism when wielded by the wealthy and the powerful against those who aren't. The divide between the haves and the have-nots has never been greater. The Biden administration's excessive printing of money, without any substantial backing, has caused home prices to nearly double in the past 5 years, and almost everything is more expensive while wages have not kept pace, and the savings of almost everyone are worth less and less. People struggle to buy groceries, fill up their tanks, and pay their bills, all while corporations enjoy record profits. 

 

He makes us look feeble, weak, and sometimes incompetent as a leader. His messaging is poor because the product he is selling is poor, and people are suckers for eating it up. 

 

His party's inclination to expand investments in social safety net programs, which fail to fulfill their intended purpose, starkly contrasts with the people's needs. Instead, these policies seem to benefit the inefficiency of bureaucrats and the wealthy rather than providing aid to the poor, the elderly, and the needy. 

 

He caters far too much to progressives, has allowed social issues to divide the country, and has done almost nothing to unify the country; instead, he is happy to benefit from the division. 

 

He's still a better choice, by far, than Donald Trump, a narcissistic sociopath who would do almost all of this but even worse while degrading good institutions along with bad ones and potentially even ending democracy in the US as we know it. There is no good choice, but Trump must be stopped, and Biden is the lesser of two evils until people wake up and realize that none of these aristocrats are working in the best interests of any of us and demand change. 

 

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