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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Biden goes Grinch

Last year, the White House embraced Christmas like no other holiday.

This year, Biden is going full Grinch.

Reuters reported, "White House officials, scrambling to relieve global supply bottlenecks choking U.S. ports, highways and railways, warn Americans may face higher prices and some empty shelves this Christmas season.

"The supply crisis, driven in part by the global covid pandemic, not only threatens to dampen U.S. spending at a critical time, it also poses a political risk for U.S. President Joe Biden.

"The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll shows  the economy continues to be the most important issue to Democrats and Republicans alike.

"The White House has been trying to tackle inflation-inducing supply bottlenecks of everything from meat to semiconductors, and formed a task force in June that meets weekly and named a bottleneck czar to push private sector companies to ease snarls.

"Still, supply chain woes are weighing on retail and transportation companies, which recently issued a series  of downbeat earnings outlooks. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve last month predicted a 2021 inflation rate of 4.2%, well above its 2% target.

"American consumers, unused to empty store shelves, may need to be flexible and patient, White House officials said."

He is surrendering Christmas just like he surrendered Afghanistan.

What a dunce.

Biden is a political savant and a genius at getting elected.

But he is a nincompoop when it comes to doing his job. He surrendered Afghanistan, opened the borders, and pumped up the inflation. His handling of covid is a joke.

And now he cannot get anyone to unload the boats that are backing up at every port in the nation, even the ones in the Great Lakes.

Biden -- excuse me, "a White House official" -- said, "There will be things that people can’t get. At the same time, a lot of these goods are hopefully substitutable by other things ... I don’t think there’s any real reason to be panicked, but we all feel the frustration and there’s a certain need for patience to help get through a relatively short period of time."

Substitutes?

We are Americans. We do not want substitutes. Look at the substitute we got for president.

Donald Trump would not tolerate this. He would get on the horn (I had a boss who called the telephone that) and get the problem cleared in days if not hours. Certainly he would not throw up his hands and tell people to substitute an “official Red Ryder, carbine action, 200-shot, range model air rifle, with a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time” with a football.

It is a little more than 2 months till Christmas. That is plenty of time for a leader.

But Biden is a DC lifer who doesn't understand business. First he needs to dump his vax mandate (which he has not committed to writing). Then he needs to get the ships unloaded, the trucks loaded, and cargo shipped to their destinations.

One more thing, I am not looking forward to Jill's Christmas White House.

37 comments:

  1. I was thinking the same thing about Jill's White House decorations....

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    1. Saw a video of one of those road side lighted message trailers: "JOE BIDEN WAS NOT ELECTED"..."HE WAS INSTALLED"..."LIKE A TOILET".

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    2. This person who calls himself "President" is looked up to in admiration by every Democrat lunatic in America as their Command-in-Chief. "Come on Man" & "Let's go Brandon"!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwXbd8P1Ctw

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  3. Maybe she will go with a Major Award theme. Something tacky in fishnet stockings.

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  4. So the dimwits in DC are trying to fix supply chains. They couldn't lance a boil on my ##s.

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    1. I really don’t recommend you allowing them anywhere near your azz, look what they’re doing to it from a distance.

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    2. “Formed a task force.” Weeping Mother of Jesus, when was the last time one of THOSE fooking things worked?

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  5. American consumers, unused to empty store shelves, may need to be flexible and patient says the moron who told us his patience, like that of Dr Goebbels, was wearing thin.

    Biden is a political savant and a genius at getting elected.

    No, he's an idiot, disliked intensely by his own party and rejected in the early going every time he ran for higher office on his own.

    And hardly a genius. He got elected time and again because the machine backed him and made sure any capable Republicans were destroyed.

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    1. Idiot sits at the Resolute Desk.

      Misunderestimating him is a mistake

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    2. ...sits at the Resolute Desk, and pollutes the air in the Oval Office.

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  6. Is there even one career politician who has served for a few decades that wasn't adept at getting elected yet inept in getting anything done?!?
    Don't forget. Their #1 objective is getting re-elected. Nothing else matters

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  7. There isn't much they can do now - they've screwed it up so royally. Christmas supplies are what you see on the shelves right now for the most part. This includes the big retailers. And even Amazon will have the dreaded out of stock moniker showing up more than ever.

    Biden you broke it. Democrats, you broke it. Leftwing voters, you broke it.

    Everyone else. Remember this. You can stop this.

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  9. So we call up the National Guard up for everything else. Wouldn’t unloading ships and driving semi’s around the country be part of some of their job descriptions?

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  10. The Bottleneck Czar is a government bureaucrat who doesn’t know how the real world works. He will make the problem twice as bad. Someone from the private sector can fix this.

    We are getting like the Soviet Union - empty shelves. Soon we Will be waiting in line each day for meager scraps of bread.

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  12. All those illegals crossing our border? Put them to work on the docks. Also in our coal mines. I bet quite a few would do it if they knew that their wages and benefits would exceed any welfare handouts. They would even get jabbed if it meant extra money.

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  13. The shelves are empty for only we, the little people, the dregs of society, the deplorables.

    I guarantee that our elitist overlords will enjoy the fullness of celebratory splendor this holiday season.

    We are all Whovians now.

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  14. “Biden is a political savant and a genius at getting elected.”

    Now praise Pelosi—the greatest Speaker of the House of all time?/full sarc

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  15. “One more thing, I am not looking forward to Jill's Christmas White House”

    VERY WISE.

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  18. Simple solution:

    1) End and prohibit all vaccine & mask mandates
    2) Cease all 'supplemental' unemployment benefits
    3) Veto the ruinous $3+ TRILLION inflationary budget

    As for 'expected shortages', they are priming the pump for soviet-style economic policies and austerity.

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  19. It is all Bidens fault and his rules, if he blames something else he is lying.

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  21. Good News! Made in America guns widely available! And training and permits. Smuggle them to your friends behind blue borders- they will be grateful. Ammo is available but dry firing and training vids are fun for the family. Bug out bags are going to be even bigger this year as vibrants shop with the 5 finger discount. (Violence may be used to speed acquisitions.)

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