Joe Biden Tells America Just Wait for 2025 and Things Will Be Great

Dementia Joe says everything will be great soon.  People have let this whole stagflation thing bum them out unnecessarily.

The exact quotes were:

Biden on Thursday blamed gas prices for the nation’s economic pessimism, saying before prices started rising, “Things were much more, they were much more optimistic.”

After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, Biden said the American people are “really, really down.” He emphasized that the need for mental health in America “has skyrocketed because people have seen everything upset.”

“Be confident, because I am confident we’re better positioned than any country in the world to own the second quarter of the 21st century,” Biden said. “That’s not hyperbole, that’s a fact.”

So, there you have it.  All we have to do is wait two and a half years and everything will be alright.  It’s our own damn fault if we let little things like not being able to afford rent, gas or food interfere with the glorious splendor of the Bidencrash.

But interestingly, I think he’s gotten the chronology right.  In 2025 Biden will be carted off to the funny farm and hopefully the new Republican president can start repairing the wreckage that will be what’s left of America by then.  It raises interesting questions.  Will the renewal be like past occasions where presidents like Reagan or Trump came in and through laws and executive orders push the country back on the right track?  Or will things be so bad by then that some kind of Marshall Plan will be needed just to keep us from starving to death?

One thing that I think will make sense is to make a push for something like a constitutional amendment to give the president unchallenged authority to rein in the executive branch agencies that have usurped the rights of not only the President but also the People.  We need the president to be able to fire anyone and everyone who exceeds the authority they have and that needs to be categorically under the president’s purview.  The Congress has the responsibility to monitor the President through its impeachment function.  The FBI and the Justice Department aren’t the Praetorian Guard selling the emperor’s throne to the highest bidder.

Anyway, that’s my rant for this post.  But let’s get back to Joe’s new sunny, optimistic take on America’s meltdown under his policies.  We’re to blame for letting little problems like runaway inflation and the breakdown of the consumer products supply chain upset us.  After all, if we don’t like it here, we could go to Russia or China where prosperity has dried up and repressive governments monitor everything you say and do and will take away your job and throw you in prison and then put you in front of a kangaroo court for a show trial.

Hmmm!  Gee, that sounds vaguely familiar.  Well, anyway, I feel much better knowing Joe is battling to assure that we “own the second quarter of the 21st century.”  Let’s all just do the best we can to survive until then.

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TomD
11 days ago

So he’s writing off the remainder of his term and expecting exactly what? There have been Presidents who have been caught deer-in-the-headlights by an oncoming recession and lost their 2nd term bid. Bush 1 comes to mind. The fact remains that the President get praise or blame for the state of the economy, no matter how good or bad. No matter their errors of commission or omission. So let it be with Cesar or Biden. But, in this case, Biden has his fingerprints all over the murder weapon. He and his policies may not be the only force responsible for… Read more »

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