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The Biden Inflation Octopus

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Posted By: earlybird, 3/3/2022 9:45:43 PM

The Democrats will suffer historic losses in the November midterms. This disaster for their party will come about not just because of the Afghanistan debacle, an appeased Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the destruction of the southern border, the supply chain mess, or their support for critical race theory demagoguery. The culprit for the political wipeout will be out-of-control inflation—and for several reasons. First, the Biden Administration is in such denial of inflation that it sounds to Americans simply callous and indifferent to the misery it has unleashed. Biden officials have scoffed at price spikes as “transitory.” Or they have preposterously claimed spiraling costs are a .

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Reply 1 - Posted by: slipstik 3/3/2022 9:57:11 PM (No. 1089284)
Y'all DO realize we aren't going to survive this presidency, right?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: formerNYer 3/3/2022 9:58:52 PM (No. 1089286)
FTA: Americans know the inflation octopus was willfully birthed. They are confused only whether Team Biden unleashed it out of incompetence—or a neosocialist idea of eroding the value of money for those who had it while gifting cash to those who didn’t. The damage will be felt for years.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: chance_232 3/3/2022 10:15:20 PM (No. 1089299)
Re#1. I'm concerned that we won't make it too November. Is this what living thru the Cuban missile crisis was like? Just asking, I was still in diapers.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: FunOne 3/3/2022 10:18:25 PM (No. 1089302)
When you are provided a government car with a government employee driver, you don't pay attention to gas prices because you never stop to fill up. If you did, you would notice a lot of the various "I did that" stickers of Biden stuck near the price indicator. But for those Americans who buy gasoline and carry $100.00 worth of groceries out of the store in two bags, the anti-democrat rage is building up.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MFM 3/3/2022 10:19:59 PM (No. 1089304)
#3..Exactly, I was in 5th grade, I will never forget..This is worse, this is intentional,,
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Maggie2u 3/4/2022 12:13:22 AM (No. 1089364)
Poster #3, During the Cold War in Seattle every Wednesday at noon, an air raid siren would go off, just practice and to make sure it worked. Kennedy gave his speech about blockading Cuba on a Monday evening. On Wednesday the air raid siren went off as usual, a girl in my class stood up, screamed and fainted. That kind of gives you an idea of how tense things were. I was in 9th grade when this happened.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: NYbob 3/4/2022 1:06:02 AM (No. 1089369)
#3, very different. We all thought something might set off waves of ICBMs. Cities were protected by Nike Hercules bases. The Hercules had a nuclear warhead to take out Soviet bombers. Useless against Soviet ICBMs, which either amounted to 4 or maybe 20. The red hot issue was the missiles that could have been launched from Cuba. Sources say the Russians had 100 tactical Nukes with multiple ways of striking the US mainland. At times during the crisis, people in power were convinced they would not be alive the next day. The rest of us were wondering if we were going to find out what an all out nuclear war would be like. Thankfully, it was over and resolved within 2 weeks. No US missiles in Turkey and no Russian missiles in Cuba, which upset Castro who wanted to launch. Today the destruction of America isn't at the hands of Russians, it is from the hands of an out of control, unaccountable, government, government puppet masters, the corporate media and a wide range of scum protected by ignorance, money and laws interpreted by a treasonous justice system.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: NotaBene 3/4/2022 2:37:52 AM (No. 1089393)
Inflation and immigration. F. Joe Biden is an anti-American moron. Senile dementia is very sad.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: MickTurn 3/4/2022 5:32:37 AM (No. 1089445)
It is clear the 8 tentacles are pressing ALL the WRONG buttons...
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Richard from Norwood 3/4/2022 5:39:04 AM (No. 1089451)
From No. 7; "Today the destruction of America isn't at the hands of Russians, it is from the hands of an out of control, unaccountable, government, government puppet masters, the corporate media and a wide range of scum protected by ignorance, money and laws interpreted by a treasonous justice system." I do smell an O'Bummer in all of this. Only he could be doing all of these ANTI-American policies!!!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: 3XALADY 3/4/2022 6:33:04 AM (No. 1089481)
I use coffeemate in my coffee and usually buy the large size. Last price I paid was around $4.50. Yesterday I finally found it and it was priced at $6.00. Walmart was $5.97 when I saw it there. I can't imagine feeding a family with what is going on with prices at the grocery store.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Rinktum 3/4/2022 6:57:32 AM (No. 1089490)
FTA: “ In just a year, Biden reduced America from the greatest producer of gas and oil in the history of civilization to an energy panhandler begging the Saudis and Russians to pump more of the oil that America needs but will not tap for itself.” There were so many good quotes but this one explains the primary reason we all suffering and it will only get worse. This obsession for green policies at the expense of every American family is unconscionable. It is not only phony pie in the sky, virtue signaling, cut your nose off to spite your face, it is an intellectually bankrupt concept that does not hold up under real scientific scrutiny. It is a fraud, fake, and immoral modern day snake oil industry geared to crush the middle class and sentence the impoverished into perpetual suffering. It is a tool being used as a weapon by the globalist elites who want to rule the world and Biden is doing everything he can to please his masters. VDH has laid it all out there and I wish this article was required reading for every American. This country is being systematically disassembled by a bunch of Anti-American zealots hellbent on destroying the Republic and they have no intention of slowing down. It is a simply dreadful thing to experience.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: homefry 3/4/2022 7:28:41 AM (No. 1089521)
We can only "HOPE."
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 3/4/2022 7:32:42 AM (No. 1089524)
I was in fifth grade during the Cuban Missile Crisis and I well remember the weekly drills where we were told to hide under our desks. I was attending a Christian school next door to our church. The church had a basement, which was a rare thing in Florida, and each child had to have a blanket, a can of sterno and a box of food stored in that basement. We were told that a missile fired from Cuba would reach our city in 3 minutes and we were a prime target being the Navy’s center for flight training and having an aircraft carrier sitting in the harbor. My greatest fear was that I would be separated from my family when the missile hit and that I would die without them around me. I’m not as fearful now, but then I’m old and have been blessed with a full and exciting life. These days, my greatest fear is for my grandchildren who live 30 miles from DC. As to inflation and all the rest of it - this is Cloward-Piven. Overwhelm the system and usher in socialism. We’re already far down the road to Venezuela.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: privateer 3/4/2022 7:36:15 AM (No. 1089528)
FTA ,topic sentence: 'The Democrats will suffer historic losses in the November midterms.' And yet...unexpectedly!...most will be re-elected. Who'da thunk it? They will retain most important positions, because Vote Fraud. When Republicans held all 3 branches, nothing was done to cleanse voter rolls of long-standing dead, moved, ineligible, or non-existent voters. Nothing was done to tighten up qualifications or ID requirements at the polls. And in 2020 massive NEW fraud was instituted, with catastrophic, though predictable, results. Some of that will be reversed, but we will still be where we were prior to the New Yellow Peril. Wish I believed otherwise, but reality is a hard thing.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Echohawk 3/4/2022 8:27:07 AM (No. 1089573)
#12, for this paragraph alone, this article should be a must read. An 'energy panhandler' is a cruel twist, to a nation that was just beginning to enjoy energy independence. Now we have to go cap-in-hand to the Russians? We are helping to PAY for the invasion of Ukraine! The Bidens keep introducing Kamala as 'President Harris' in the hope that we will accept her as President and Commander in Chief. The Biden nightmare continues.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: TheLadyNextDoor 3/4/2022 8:29:08 AM (No. 1089576)
Spot on #15. We really don't have help in either party. It has become "every man for himself.". In congress especially.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: millstream 3/4/2022 8:39:04 AM (No. 1089583)
The dems will certainly lose seats in November but thanks to their redistricting efforts not nearly the catastrophe predicted. The dems are out there playing chess and the repubs checkers. Predictions are the repubs will have a 4 seat majority in the house which considering how spineless some of them are will unlikely make a huge difference in the fate of the country
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Zigrid 3/4/2022 9:34:28 AM (No. 1089629)
Oh yes WE are...poster #1...WE can survive anything...even biden/obama's destruction of our congress...WE are taking some setbacks...but never give up...WE are Americans and have fought back against every tyrant...Japan thought WE would surrender at Pearl Harbor...DID WE?...of course not...WE fought back and Japan had to surrender to US...obama can scrape and bow to the leaders of HIS world...but Americans will never...WE are free/loving Americans...
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Reply 20 - Posted by: little guy 3/4/2022 10:03:02 AM (No. 1089684)
Talk to the cable companies and you'll see less subscribers, dance and music schools see drops in enrollments, movie houses are dying as are local restaurants. Not just from the China flu but from people cutting back. There goes summer camp and that trip to see grandma & grandpa in Florida! America usually changes slowly ... but now we are moving very quickly towards the waterfall. Most will make it ... many won't ... but we will definitely find ourselves in a different (and not necessarily better) place. Sad to watch but if the younger generation (the 25 to 40 year crowd) doesn't get mobilized we will see simple cars & trucks costing 100 grand and a "starter-home" going for $700,000.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: starboard 3/4/2022 10:05:20 AM (No. 1089687)
#19 Thank you. I don't know about y'all but I'm a survivor. Last night I watched "Darkest Hour." The movie about Winston Churchill and how he fought the naysayers of his own country from appeasement to save the spirit of Great Britian and then later on with help from the Americans save the world from the evil Nazi empire. Never give up, never give up, never give up....
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MDConservative 3/4/2022 10:55:18 AM (No. 1089770)
Oh, puleeze, VDH. You now that the seeds of this inflation were planted by the more than $10 TRILLION appropriated for these giveaway programs during the last administration. Of course, that was "good" spending, wasn't it? Only doubled the national debt, while the printing presses whirrrrrrrred nonstop to keep up with the profligacy. And the Fed kept interest rates low to allow the distribution of more money around for home sales, auto sales and other large purchases, not to mention "investment" by companies that were raking in the dough themselves for payroll protection and other scams perpetrated by every swinging Senator and Member of Congress, signed into reality by the President who shall not be implicated. Inflation is nothing new. Our economy is targeted to have THREE Percent inflation encourage growth and prosperity. That 3% is as insidious as any inflation. Our money itself has no intrinsic value...what's the scrap value of a $100 bill, or any coin we produce? Less than face. And now we face the "cure"...always a recession to cool the economy, to reduce demand for goods and services, which lessens the production of same. Our wonderful government is always playing the King Canute of economics...without realizing the tides of fiscal mismanagement cannot be turned back on command.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: a man way over thirty 3/4/2022 12:22:21 PM (No. 1089869)
We should quit blaming The Senile One for Obama's policy directives. Clearly the America-Hating Kenyan is calling the shots. Biden has enough trouble reading off the teleprompter - - we cannot expect that he has any input into policy decisions and if he raises a question do you really think Obama's people would listen to him?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/4/2022 12:24:00 PM (No. 1089873)
#3, I am old enough to remember the Cuban missile crisis in vivid. We were living in the Chicago northside at the time and my folks with the 1930s Great Depression fresh in their mind were scared spitless as to the missile crisis. Bomb shelter kits were being sold everywhere. Radiation sickness kits abounded. President Kennedy starred down a deranged Nikita Khrushchev and won the stare-down contest. Yes, Kennedy was a dim, but he could lead. Biden the cheater can't lead, but the Big Guy is good at taking his 10 percent cut. God, please help us. Hyperinflation is a coming. No way to avoid it.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Mike22 3/4/2022 4:35:58 PM (No. 1090035)
Gosh, for all of you who think the a nuclear war will annihilate everything, go to nukemap and check out the effects of various Chinese and Russian nukes on cities. As a shortcut, put in 4 megatons (biggest Chinese warheadselect optimum altitude air burst and observe the effects. If you don't live in a target, the major effects would be blast wave and thermal radiation. Then fallout, which is minimal after an airburst - the most effective way to destroy a city. (Since Putin is attacking civilians this is what most need to worry about). So you want to avoid third degree burns, objects hurled into you be the blast wave and pressure effects if you are within 12 miles of ground zero. Beyond 6 miles you can get away with possibly ruptured ear drums if you manage to get behind a solid concrete wall. Now if your downwind of an ICBM site or if you figure China and Russia would use dirty bombs and ground bursts (allegedly in their was planning) to contaminate the landscape and destroy your immune system so that you would die from the plagues released from their US funded bioweapon developement facilities then you need a good fallout shelter. Get a copy of Cresson Kearney's Nuclear War Survival Skills (Free PDF download). Build shelter, purchase food for months, store water, procure weapons (to protect yourself from people acting like the adversaries in the walking dead) and keep your CD radio on (or internet equivalent). If the only radiation is from ground bursts radioactivity should be minimal after three months underground. Of course the stored food will help you survive the inevitable coming Biden induced hyperinflation even if the Russians and Chinese don't attack.
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Say, has anyone heard from Anthony Fauci lately? 15 replies
Posted by Ida Lou Pino 3/4/2022 5:01:38 PM Post Reply
Has anyone else noticed a strange lacuna in the COVID-19 media Force? As though a single voice with a million appearances on national television has suddenly gone silent? Actually, yes, someone has, but before we get there, let’s take a quick peek at the media page for Dr. Anthony Fauci at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) as of this morning. Up until a couple of weeks ago, Fauci appeared to be very busy indeed.
Has the Joe Biden Comeback Started? 14 replies
Posted by Dreadnought 3/4/2022 11:19:34 PM Post Reply
Joe Biden has had one of the most disastrous first years of a presidential term in US history. Yeah, Abraham Lincoln had the Civil War and George W. Bush had 9/11, but there’s a difference between events being forced on a president and a president causing events. Biden managed to completely screw up the response to COVID despite being handed vaccines upon taking office. More people ended up dying on his watch than under the Trump administration. Then there are the foreign policy boondoggles, from Afghanistan to what’s currently happening with Russia. But if that wasn’t bad enough, Biden also turned the border into a humanitarian disaster.
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