Biden’s accomplishments

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I don't swim in the swamp that is OTB very often, but here's one for you. I'll grant you that it's just a review process that they kicked off, and maybe Joe couldn't find the BWCA on a map, but at least the Biden administration has opened a review of the mines versus ramming it through approval like Team Trump was doing. BTW, our senators, Amy and Tina, did everything they could to get the mine approved, and Walz has played Switzerland in not taking any stance at all. So this isn't an R vs D issue, the D's pretty much haven't helped fight it either. A big shout-out does go to Rep Betty McCollum though for her actions in trying to keep the mine from getting approved.

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Feds propose 20-year mining moratorium in the watershed of the Boundary Waters

Biden’s administration announced Wednesday it will restart a process that could lead to a 20-year ban on new mining activity for over 225,000 acres of federal land near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
 

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You will understand if I stop reading here. This is like the Jacksonville Jaguars claiming victory in the most recent NFL season.

But sure, I’m all for lots of discussions on these successes. I’m sure this thread will be at the top of the board for a while now.

Spoof

How many Americans still left in Afghanistan?

How many Americans have been killed by the Taliban since we left Afganistan?

Surely you are all over this.
Let's hear it Dad....
 

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Spoof

How many Americans still left in Afghanistan?
Great Question. Tough to find the answer since no one will report on it. The latest article I found said “thousands” - up to 14,000 - but that was 2-months ago. Amazing really considering Biden told us about 100 when we withdrew (likely another one of those lies we shouldn’t care about).
You thought the answer was zero - didn’t you bozo?
 

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Great Question. Tough to find the answer since no one will report on it. The latest article I found said “thousands” - up to 14,000 - but that was 2-months ago. Amazing really considering Biden told us about 100 when we withdrew (likely another one of those lies we shouldn’t care about).
You thought the answer was zero - didn’t you bozo?

It's probably fewer than will die of Covid today.
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Afganistan, Infrastructure and throwing out the last guys executive orders. Hopefully protecting the Boundary Waters.

Getting tougher on China's human rights abuses, not tough enough yet but at least he isn't blowing them off completely.

Other than that it's been pretty boring.
It's probably fewer than will die of Covid today.
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Both currently under sleepy Joe’s watch
 


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"Biden's Accomplishments" as the title of a thread.

Is this some kind of f------g joke?
 

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The point of the Biden Presidency is not Trump. Everyone losing their cheese with a Biden Presidency. Seems to be involved in disaster porn. And be proven wrong. Gas prices are down. Christmas did arrive. These are not Biden accomplishmenus, they are the business cycle.

On the other hand, if you want, AWESOME!
Wait, I thought presidents could’t do anything about gas prices?

Don’t get excited about a temporary dip in gas prices. They’re forecasted to go way up again in 2 - 3 months.
Like I said…


New York (CNN Business) Goldman Sachs is now calling for oil prices to hit $100 a barrel later this year and continue rising in 2023, signaling higher prices at the pump are on the way.
In a Monday evening report to clients, the Wall Street bank backed up its bullish call by citing "robust fundamentals" in the oil market, a "surprisingly large" supply deficit and diminishing firepower from OPEC and its allies. Goldman Sachs (GS) also pointed to diminished appetite to invest in oil due to the energy transition.
By summer, the bank expects oil inventories in advanced economies will sink to their lowest level since 2000.
That's why Goldman now expects Brent crude, the world benchmark, will hit $100 a barrel in the third quarter of this year, up from the bank's prior call for $80. Goldman sees Brent hitting $105 a barrel next year, up from a previous forecast of $85.
 

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Like I said…


New York (CNN Business) Goldman Sachs is now calling for oil prices to hit $100 a barrel later this year and continue rising in 2023, signaling higher prices at the pump are on the way.
In a Monday evening report to clients, the Wall Street bank backed up its bullish call by citing "robust fundamentals" in the oil market, a "surprisingly large" supply deficit and diminishing firepower from OPEC and its allies. Goldman Sachs (GS) also pointed to diminished appetite to invest in oil due to the energy transition.
By summer, the bank expects oil inventories in advanced economies will sink to their lowest level since 2000.
That's why Goldman now expects Brent crude, the world benchmark, will hit $100 a barrel in the third quarter of this year, up from the bank's prior call for $80. Goldman sees Brent hitting $105 a barrel next year, up from a previous forecast of $85.
Why won't Biden push the "lower oil prices" button?
 








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