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Author Topic: Biden's Cascade of Failure!  (Read 4005 times)

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Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« on: October 15, 2021, 06:42:00 PM »
Greetings!

Here, Sean Hannity provides a quick rundown of the cascade of failed policies instituted by Biden throughout the American government and economy. Eye opening for sure. Just amazing how swiftly Biden and Kamala are destroying America. So sad.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2021, 08:46:33 PM »
It really is a monumental disaster.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2021, 11:11:03 PM »
Biden's Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg, has been conspicuously absent for discussions about the supply chain choke.

That's because Buttigieg's been out on paid paternity leave with his partner. Since fucking August.

Folks, I'm not gonna mince words here. We all know damn well neither Butters or his butt-buddy didn't pop their kids out. So it can't be physical issues, injury, or illness from pregnancy/postpartum.

So why's he been out? Well, for one, this is a sinecure. Bootyjudge's qualifications for his position were (a) he likes trains, (b) he's gay, and (c) he didn't interfere when the DNC shoehorned Sleepy Joe into the nomination.

I suspect another reason is that while he may be a politician he's not a complete moron. Much like Heels-Up Harris, he's avoiding DC as much as possible because he knows things are going to get a lot worse.

But hey -- no more mean tweets, right?

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2021, 11:57:16 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2021, 04:33:22 AM »
The usurper regime has no failed policies. There have been no mistakes. Everything that's happening is happening on purpose. This isn't incompetence. It's a deliberate step by step plan to destroy this nation.


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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2021, 12:07:49 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2021, 01:00:25 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.
His partner could address the day-to-day, but unlike most parents, they have the $$ to afford a nanny or two to assist.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2021, 02:27:14 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.
You really have a problem with maternity/paternity leave?

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #8 on: October 16, 2021, 02:42:04 PM »
I'm still trying to figure out how Kathy Geiss from 30 Rock became Sec of the treasury.



A definite C-O-N-spiracy.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #9 on: October 16, 2021, 03:29:46 PM »
At least half (if not more) the blame lies on the Republican party / conservative movement which has consistently failed to provide meaningful opposition to the totalitarian left, and in many cases intentionally works with & buys into the totalitarian left's framing.

Of course the failure was was baked into the cake pretty much as soon as the Federal Reserve was created. Being able to print money is basically a cheat code for real life.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #10 on: October 16, 2021, 05:28:01 PM »
The usurper regime has no failed policies. There have been no mistakes. Everything that's happening is happening on purpose. This isn't incompetence. It's a deliberate step by step plan to destroy this nation.

OK, but what do they personally get out of it? Presumably they have to live there after the collapse?
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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #11 on: October 16, 2021, 07:49:20 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.
You really have a problem with maternity/paternity leave?

  Yes.  When one parent is 100 percent available time wise and the other is in charge of a department facing a national crisis...damn right I am.   

  I have had 2 kids.  My wife took leave to recover and see to the infant needs the first couple months, while I went back to work the next day.  I see NO REASON why a dude with such a heavy NATIONAL responsibility could not do the exact same thing.
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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #12 on: October 16, 2021, 08:15:34 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.
You really have a problem with maternity/paternity leave?

  Yes.  When one parent is 100 percent available time wise and the other is in charge of a department facing a national crisis...damn right I am.   

  I have had 2 kids.  My wife took leave to recover and see to the infant needs the first couple months, while I went back to work the next day.  I see NO REASON why a dude with such a heavy NATIONAL responsibility could not do the exact same thing.
What responsibilities? I'm sure the transportation department is organized so it can keep on running without anyone at the top, so the only real job a transportation secretary has is to serve as the face, and maybe to slightly the lead given by Congress and the President.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #13 on: October 16, 2021, 08:22:32 PM »
I feel like if you're the head of an agency during a national crisis you need to be all hands on deck.

I also think people giving him grief for taking paternity leave are being unfair. Have you tried raising a newborn? Six weeks to figure your life out goes by in an eye blink.

  ....Well, the line I always get is how much sacrifice is involved in public service.  He was not recovering from giving birth.  He has a partner who was not recovering either, so...it makes sense the partner could do the day to day and this guy could I dont know...maybe address the crisis?   I am completely missing the sacrifice and what I see is a dude not doing a job he is probably being paid well for (looked it up...221k a year, and this fucker has missed 2 months of that year, though i am sure he will be paid in full). 

   This is so very much a "let them eat cake" look that it is beyond the point of smoothing it over from an optics point of view.
You really have a problem with maternity/paternity leave?

  Yes.  When one parent is 100 percent available time wise and the other is in charge of a department facing a national crisis...damn right I am.   

  I have had 2 kids.  My wife took leave to recover and see to the infant needs the first couple months, while I went back to work the next day.  I see NO REASON why a dude with such a heavy NATIONAL responsibility could not do the exact same thing.
What responsibilities? I'm sure the transportation department is organized so it can keep on running without anyone at the top, so the only real job a transportation secretary has is to serve as the face, and maybe to slightly the lead given by Congress and the President.

  Well, that motherfucker is collecting 221k a year in salary.   So If its as you say, and a nothing job, he can get nothing pay, and take all the paternity leave he wants.

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Re: Biden's Cascade of Failure!
« Reply #14 on: October 16, 2021, 09:08:15 PM »


OK, but what do they personally get out of it? Presumably they have to live there after the collapse?

I have often wondered if when things like this happen, it is intended to trigger a revolution or coup. Like a BS litmus test.