Lyin’ Joe Biden, Keeping track of Joe’s lies…

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Your first 2 sentences are spot on. A large part of the Country voted for a terrible candidate in Biden because they had 4-years of Trump and thought “it couldn’t be any worse”. They were wrong tho 🤷‍♂️
LET'S GO BRANDON!!!

LET'S GO BRANDON!!!
 

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The above post isn’t smart enough to deserve a response, but I’ll respond anyway. See post #75 above to your assertion that Trump “proceeded to do fuck all 4 years”.

I don’t know what “IT bill” you’re referring to, but Congress passes legislation, not presidents. Nancy Pelosi refused to give Trump a win with an Infrastructure bill, so that was one reason why “fuck” wasn’t done in the last 2 years.
Both candidates campaigned on an infrastructure bill in 2016. In 2020 I looked up to see if there were any updates or progress from Trump's team. Biden's website outlined his proposed initiatives with detail. Trump's website did not mention it at all. This was my critical issue so I voted for Biden. Now we are close to passing the bill, and I think that is a very good thing.

Our country's infrastructure needs help. The water, the roads, the electric grid. A bill has been talked about for the past ten years. Now one is actually close to passing. The alternative is to keeping "debating" for another ten years while our roads/bridges crumble, Flint's pop up, and rolling brown-outs because our power grid is a dinosaur.
 

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Both candidates campaigned on an infrastructure bill in 2016. In 2020 I looked up to see if there were any updates or progress from Trump's team. Biden's website outlined his proposed initiatives with detail. Trump's website did not mention it at all. This was my critical issue so I voted for Biden. Now we are close to passing the bill, and I think that is a very good thing.

Our country's infrastructure needs help. The water, the roads, the electric grid. A bill has been talked about for the past ten years. Now one is actually close to passing. The alternative is to keeping "debating" for another ten years while our roads/bridges crumble, Flint's pop up, and rolling brown-outs because our power grid is a dinosaur.
What's in the infrastructure bill? Thanks

The reason I ask is the "green new deal" just bores the shit out of me.
 

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Both candidates campaigned on an infrastructure bill in 2016. In 2020 I looked up to see if there were any updates or progress from Trump's team. Biden's website outlined his proposed initiatives with detail. Trump's website did not mention it at all. This was my critical issue so I voted for Biden. Now we are close to passing the bill, and I think that is a very good thing.



Our country's infrastructure needs help. The water, the roads, the electric grid. A bill has been talked about for the past ten years. Now one is actually close to passing. The alternative is to keeping "debating" for another ten years while our roads/bridges crumble, Flint's pop up, and rolling brown-outs because our power grid is a dinosaur.​
Whether the infrastructure bill significantly addresses the power grid issues is questionable. Hopefully it does b/c I agree it is a national security issue.

The point of my post, you may want to reread it, is that Trump and Republicans wanted an infrastructure bill, but Nancy Pelosi put her politics ahead of the needs of the country to use it as leverage for a socialist Green New Deal reformation. Pelosi’s House Dems blocked it as they held the majority.

That’s not on Trump. Pelosi refused to give Trump any win going into 2020 for purely political reasons.

The infrastructure bill could’ve easily been passed earlier this year if Pelosi would’ve allowed it. It could’ve been passed very easily without as much additional spending by using unspent Covid funds of 100s of billions of dollars available.

So you voted for a politician that was happy to allow Pelosi to hold the American people hostage for political purposes.
 

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The above post isn’t smart enough to deserve a response, but I’ll respond anyway. See post #75 above to your assertion that Trump “proceeded to do fuck all 4 years”.

I don’t know what “IT bill” you’re referring to, but Congress passes legislation, not presidents. Nancy Pelosi refused to give Trump a win with an Infrastructure bill, so that was one reason why “fuck” wasn’t done in the last 2 years.
Trump had 2 years to do infrastructure without Nancy. The only thing to blame is his own incompetence.
 


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Trump had 2 years to do infrastructure without Nancy. The only thing to blame is his own incompetence.
Trump did a multitude of other good things which I have already pointed out. And, he was busy defending himself against Russian collusion charges, that you so much believed, sucker, and the constant nitpicking of the MSM.
If there were a Republican House in his 2nd two years, they would’ve gotten infrastructure done. With Nancy in charge, she wouldn’t let it happen.
 

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Trump did a multitude of other good things which I have already pointed out. And, he was busy defending himself against Russian collusion charges, that you so much believed, sucker, and the constant nitpicking of the MSM.
If there were a Republican House in his 2nd two years, they would’ve gotten infrastructure done. With Nancy in charge, she wouldn’t let it happen.
He was too busy stonewalling the Russia investigation to pass infrastructure? Was he going to write the bill himself? I know he knows more than the experts and has a huge brain, so maybe.

A competent President would have gotten it done regardless of other distractions. It was an easy slam dunk with bi-partisan support. But he wasn't competent when it came to how government works. That's a big reason why he lost bigly.
 
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He was too busy stonewalling the Russia investigation to pass infrastructure? Was he going to write the bill himself? I know he knows more than the experts and has a huge brain, so maybe.

A competent President would have gotten it done regardless of other distractions. It was an easy slam dunk with bi-partisan support. But he wasn't competent when it came to how government works. That's a big reason why he lost bigly.
Drink!

Stonewalling an investigation that totally exonerated him? An investigation that is going to and has resulted in indictments against people the initiated the hoax and investigators that knew was total BS?

You would make a terrible prosecutor. Of course, they may have room for your expertise in the Rittenhouse prosecution. 🤣😂🤣
 

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Only a year ago, lying wasn’t ok…

White House backtracks after slamming pipeline reporting as 'inaccurate,' admits admin is weighing shutdown​

 



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I really have no time for presidents who lie.
 








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So you admit he doesn’t what he’s saying? Gotcha Wallace 😂
I have never said Biden isn't Senile, he appears to be or to be very close.

I would have voted for him if he was braindead.
 

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I have never said Biden isn't Senile, he appears to be or to be very close.

I would have voted for him if he was braindead.
He's not senile, but he is 78 years old and all that comes with it. It's not ideal. But it's miles better than the alternative.

I love how much hay the Fellas are making of this, but they're going to rabidly cheering electing a 79 year old idiot with his own cognitive issues in 2024.
 

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He's not senile, but he is 78 years old and all that comes with it. It's not ideal. But it's miles better than the alternative.
Yeah, we’re so much better off without those mean tweets.🤣😂🤣
I love how much hay the Fellas are making of this, but they're going to rabidly cheering electing a 79 year old idiot with his own cognitive issues in 2024.
Now you’re predicting the future? Amazing.
 

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He's not senile, but he is 78 years old and all that comes with it. It's not ideal. But it's miles better than the alternative.

I love how much hay the Fellas are making of this, but they're going to rabidly cheering electing a 79 year old idiot with his own cognitive issues in 2024.
Sure Howard. America is running smoothly under the demented one. Damn you are hopeless
 

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Sure Howard. America is running smoothly under the demented one. Damn you are hopeless
It’s just a bad 44 weeks. You just wait. Things will be better next month. He’ll probably be even in the polls by then. 🤣
 

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It’s just a bad 44 weeks. You just wait. Things will be better next month. He’ll probably be even in the polls by then. 🤣
Don't understand-estimate Joe doing one good thing before the elections, the media building it up, and the walking zombies eating it up and voting with him.

There are supposedly 80+ million morons out there.
 

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Yeah, we’re so much better off without those mean tweets.🤣😂🤣

Now you’re predicting the future? Amazing.
Do you deny he's the clear front runner for the GQP nomination at this time? You probably think Deeply Admired Ron has it in the bag...
 

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Do you deny he's the clear front runner for the GQP nomination at this time? You probably think Deeply Admired Ron has it in the bag...
Being the front runner 3 years before the election doesn’t mean much. And he isn’t even close to having a majority vs the field. “Most Republicans” don’t want him to run again, present company included.
 

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@howeda7, glad you find that funny. You realize that Joe Biden is the “front runner” for the Dems in 2024?

Based on your theory, he’s going to be the Dem nominee.
 

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@howeda7, glad you find that funny. You realize that Joe Biden is the “front runner” for the Dems in 2024?

Based on your theory, he’s going to be the Dem nominee.
Biden and Trump are both the front-runners, yes. Trump is more likely to run IMO and a virtual lock to win if he does.
 


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So they’re the same circumstances, but different.

Great analysis.
The difference is no one I know of on the Dem side is pretending otherwise. You and a few delusional R's are telling yourself Trump won't be it. Maybe if you say it enough times it'll come true.
 

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The difference is no one I know of on the Dem side is pretending otherwise. You and a few delusional R's are telling yourself Trump won't be it. Maybe if you say it enough times it'll come true.
I didn’t say “Trump won’t be it”. I don’t know. And neither do you.

So are you saying Biden will be the nominee or not?
 

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I didn’t say “Trump won’t be it”. I don’t know. And neither do you.

So are you saying Biden will be the nominee or not?
If he runs, he will be the nominee. I don't know if he's going to run. The same applies to Trump, except he's all but said openly multiple times that he IS running. Hence the difference.
 

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If he runs, he will be the nominee. I don't know if he's going to run. The same applies to Trump, except he's all but said openly multiple times that he IS running. Hence the difference.
Has Biden said he is running? Has Trump said he is running?

No and no.
 




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