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We Seem to Have a Huge Case of Right Wing Amnesia here at USMB

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No, I sound like an informed citizen aware of what jas gone on. Biden inherited a huge mess. Every agency in the executive branch was understaffed because of trump. He still has to rebuild that along with trting to beat a pandemic when a bunch of dumb asses don't want to be vacinnated. Then there is the small matter of one party rrefusing to govern hoping they csan fool enough people into blaming Biden so they can regain the majority.

And I'm looking at a bunch of idiots here falling for it.
like i said a die hard party person making excuses...biden said he is the one to unite everyone.....so far he has done a great job at making the divide wider.....he let them push him into this job,now its his shit......all he is doing is just pissing a bunch of citizens off and making many work places even worse than what they were....
 

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right......because ONE media outlet in a SEA of liberalism changes everything!!!!!

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If it weren't for CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, Facebook, Twitter, and im sure others im failing to mention Biden would never have been elected!!!
Right, if it weren't for the Free Press reporting the Truth to Trumpypower, we'd be sliding further into the Neo-GOP authoritarian goal.
 

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An easy prediction. The TRUMP! effect will last precisely as long as there are still economic problems. Miraculously, the day there is good economic news of any kind, it will become Quid Pro Joe's, according to the usual suspects. It's just how they roll.
 

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No president miraculously turns around a bad situation in less than a month, and no president makes things great in 2-3 months. First off, the new president is dealing with the buget from the president before him. It took Obama 2-3 years to start seeing improvements. The Obama created economy was handed to trump and people who didn't want to give Obama credit for various reasons were quick to give trump credit for a miraculous turnaround he had nothing to do with.

In trumps last 2 years the economy was going down and we suffered from a manufacturing recession. This and the economic problems caused by COVID is what trump gave to Biden. Among other things.

‘A real mess’: Trump is leaving behind crises and undermining Biden before he takes office

When President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into office on Jan. 20, the list of crises he will face includes a massive cyber intrusion, a still-raging global pandemic, a slowing economic recovery and a lingering reckoning over the nation’s racial tensions.

President Trump is not making his job any easier and, in several ways, appears to be actively making it harder — going to extraordinary lengths to disrupt and undermine the traditional transition from one administration to another despite the nation’s many crises.

Trump has sought to play down or even deny the still-expanding cybersecurity breach that many experts blame on Russia, even as its impact has spread to a growing number of federal agencies. The delayed and turbulent transition process could complicate the Biden administration’s ability to address the challenge and shore up the nation’s cyberdefenses.


Remember those cyberattacks the trump faithful blamed on Biden? Remember when the cult members declared during their meeting how Putin ran Biden because he was "weak"? We haven't had a cyber attack for a while.

Trump left multiple messes for Biden to clean up

There are some who worship the ground Donald Trump walks on and support everything he has done, regardless of how ghastly. President Joe Biden, at the time of his inauguration, inherited a total mess.

When Trump took office on January 20, 2017, the national debt was $19.9 trillion, and when he left four years later, it was $27 trillion — and at the highest percentage of GDP since the end of World War II. And, Biden inherited the worst disease outbreak in over a century.


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The 46th president isn’t getting an inaugural parade of his own because his elephantine predecessor left such a giant muddle.


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Trump left behind a damaged government. Here’s what Biden faces as he rebuilds it.

Economic Mess Left Behind For Joe Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The extraordinary economic mess Donald Trump is leaving behind for President-elect Joe Biden continues to grow as another 742,000 workers filed for unemployment last week. More than 6.3 million Americans remain without work as outgoing President Trump has effectively given up on containing the pandemic which has now claimed the lives of over 250,000 Americans. Yet Trump, his administration, and his Senate allies would rather deny reality and refuse aid to families in need. They are choosing to undermine national security and public health by withholding critical transition resources from the incoming Biden administration, and choosing to push economic recovery further off by holding up urgently needed relief for struggling workers, states, small businesses — the kind of real relief the U.S. House passed months ago.

The Village thinking is why technology never advanced. People put up with a lot. But getting the extraction of resources from both ends is pure evil. Progs suck. Just have our enemies nuke a few cities. That is all we need. We all know that Garland was a moderate. Remember. Never believe you liars again in anything.
 
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The Village thinking is why technology never advanced. People put up with a lot. But getting the extraction of resources from both ends is pure evil. Progs suck. Just have our enemies nuke a few cities. That is all we need. We all know that Garland was a moderate. Remember. Never believe you liars again in anything.
You're an idiot. Try making sense.
 

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Right, if it weren't for the Free Press reporting the Truth to Trumpypower, we'd be sliding further into the Neo-GOP authoritarian goal.
you idiots claim authoritarianism where it doesn't exist and then overlook it or cheer it on when it does.

its all about party to you morons.
 

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No president miraculously turns around a bad situation in less than a month, and no president makes things great in 2-3 months. First off, the new president is dealing with the buget from the president before him. It took Obama 2-3 years to start seeing improvements. The Obama created economy was handed to trump and people who didn't want to give Obama credit for various reasons were quick to give trump credit for a miraculous turnaround he had nothing to do with.

In trumps last 2 years the economy was going down and we suffered from a manufacturing recession. This and the economic problems caused by COVID is what trump gave to Biden. Among other things.

‘A real mess’: Trump is leaving behind crises and undermining Biden before he takes office

When President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into office on Jan. 20, the list of crises he will face includes a massive cyber intrusion, a still-raging global pandemic, a slowing economic recovery and a lingering reckoning over the nation’s racial tensions.

President Trump is not making his job any easier and, in several ways, appears to be actively making it harder — going to extraordinary lengths to disrupt and undermine the traditional transition from one administration to another despite the nation’s many crises.

Trump has sought to play down or even deny the still-expanding cybersecurity breach that many experts blame on Russia, even as its impact has spread to a growing number of federal agencies. The delayed and turbulent transition process could complicate the Biden administration’s ability to address the challenge and shore up the nation’s cyberdefenses.


Remember those cyberattacks the trump faithful blamed on Biden? Remember when the cult members declared during their meeting how Putin ran Biden because he was "weak"? We haven't had a cyber attack for a while.

Trump left multiple messes for Biden to clean up

There are some who worship the ground Donald Trump walks on and support everything he has done, regardless of how ghastly. President Joe Biden, at the time of his inauguration, inherited a total mess.

When Trump took office on January 20, 2017, the national debt was $19.9 trillion, and when he left four years later, it was $27 trillion — and at the highest percentage of GDP since the end of World War II. And, Biden inherited the worst disease outbreak in over a century.


The Border Mess That Trump Left Behind

Reversing the previous administration's cruelties isn't the same as an unconditional welcome.


Trump left behind a sanctions minefield for Biden


Biden needs to clean up Trump's mess - opinion

The 46th president isn’t getting an inaugural parade of his own because his elephantine predecessor left such a giant muddle.


President Biden Cleans Up Vaccine Distribution Mess Trump Left Behind


Trump left behind a damaged government. Here’s what Biden faces as he rebuilds it.

Economic Mess Left Behind For Joe Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The extraordinary economic mess Donald Trump is leaving behind for President-elect Joe Biden continues to grow as another 742,000 workers filed for unemployment last week. More than 6.3 million Americans remain without work as outgoing President Trump has effectively given up on containing the pandemic which has now claimed the lives of over 250,000 Americans. Yet Trump, his administration, and his Senate allies would rather deny reality and refuse aid to families in need. They are choosing to undermine national security and public health by withholding critical transition resources from the incoming Biden administration, and choosing to push economic recovery further off by holding up urgently needed relief for struggling workers, states, small businesses — the kind of real relief the U.S. House passed months ago.

oh. a gifted dumbass.

how ... cute.
 

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No president miraculously turns around a bad situation in less than a month, and no president makes things great in 2-3 months. First off, the new president is dealing with the buget from the president before him. It took Obama 2-3 years to start seeing improvements. The Obama created economy was handed to trump and people who didn't want to give Obama credit for various reasons were quick to give trump credit for a miraculous turnaround he had nothing to do with.

In trumps last 2 years the economy was going down and we suffered from a manufacturing recession. This and the economic problems caused by COVID is what trump gave to Biden. Among other things.

‘A real mess’: Trump is leaving behind crises and undermining Biden before he takes office

When President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into office on Jan. 20, the list of crises he will face includes a massive cyber intrusion, a still-raging global pandemic, a slowing economic recovery and a lingering reckoning over the nation’s racial tensions.

President Trump is not making his job any easier and, in several ways, appears to be actively making it harder — going to extraordinary lengths to disrupt and undermine the traditional transition from one administration to another despite the nation’s many crises.

Trump has sought to play down or even deny the still-expanding cybersecurity breach that many experts blame on Russia, even as its impact has spread to a growing number of federal agencies. The delayed and turbulent transition process could complicate the Biden administration’s ability to address the challenge and shore up the nation’s cyberdefenses.


Remember those cyberattacks the trump faithful blamed on Biden? Remember when the cult members declared during their meeting how Putin ran Biden because he was "weak"? We haven't had a cyber attack for a while.

Trump left multiple messes for Biden to clean up

There are some who worship the ground Donald Trump walks on and support everything he has done, regardless of how ghastly. President Joe Biden, at the time of his inauguration, inherited a total mess.

When Trump took office on January 20, 2017, the national debt was $19.9 trillion, and when he left four years later, it was $27 trillion — and at the highest percentage of GDP since the end of World War II. And, Biden inherited the worst disease outbreak in over a century.


The Border Mess That Trump Left Behind

Reversing the previous administration's cruelties isn't the same as an unconditional welcome.


Trump left behind a sanctions minefield for Biden


Biden needs to clean up Trump's mess - opinion

The 46th president isn’t getting an inaugural parade of his own because his elephantine predecessor left such a giant muddle.


President Biden Cleans Up Vaccine Distribution Mess Trump Left Behind


Trump left behind a damaged government. Here’s what Biden faces as he rebuilds it.

Economic Mess Left Behind For Joe Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The extraordinary economic mess Donald Trump is leaving behind for President-elect Joe Biden continues to grow as another 742,000 workers filed for unemployment last week. More than 6.3 million Americans remain without work as outgoing President Trump has effectively given up on containing the pandemic which has now claimed the lives of over 250,000 Americans. Yet Trump, his administration, and his Senate allies would rather deny reality and refuse aid to families in need. They are choosing to undermine national security and public health by withholding critical transition resources from the incoming Biden administration, and choosing to push economic recovery further off by holding up urgently needed relief for struggling workers, states, small businesses — the kind of real relief the U.S. House passed months ago.

Why are this guy's posts so long and boring?
 

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These brain dead inbred moronic Trump worshipers are blaming Biden for oil production cuts that took place in 2020, what more does anyone need to know about them?
 

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Trump didn't fix anything his first 9 months. He lived off what Obama left him. Trump left a huge mess that's just the way it is. Be glad he isn't president now.
This time in 2008, just before Obama was elected, USA National Debt was $ 10.791 trillion and growing;
This time in 2016 just before Trump was elected, the National Debt was $ 20.041 trillion and growing;
By the time Trump took office in January 2021 Obummer has nearly doubled the Nation's Debt in just eight years and also left a bit of a mess.

Though to be honest, no POTUS is a dictator whom has control of everything in our society and economy so often are just trying to work with things they often have little influence upon or control over.

Now if, as you claim in your OP, the National Debt was at $27 trillion when Trump left and Biden stepped in, it is now at $28.906 trillion and growing;
...and as we see, "Quid-pro-Quo~Groper/Molester" Joe has managed to add nearly $2 trillion in Debt in his first nine months.

Guess by the standards of you wealth redistribution, need more bigger and powerful guv'mint, Leftists, than ole Jo is doing a bang up job ~ of bringing America down. Especially with his open borders letting in hordes of illegal aliens.
 

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Trump didn't fix anything his first 9 months. He lived off what Obama left him. Trump left a huge mess that's just the way it is. Be glad he isn't president now.
Trump handed Biden a recovering economy.
Low inflation.
Low energy prices.
Low gas prices.
An energy efficient United States.
A secure border.
Lowering covid cases.
A vaccine.
Biden has screwed all of it up in 9 months.
 

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I think you republicans are counting chickens early. Your party has done nothing but Obstruct. They have presentedc no policies. So you might want to think about this reality.
Just wait till next year and they start impeaching Biden every so often like the Democrats did with Trump.
 

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IM2

"We Seem to Have a Huge Case of Right Wing Amnesia here at USMB"

Nah, just a bad case of revisionism from leftists...
 

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There was no Arab fronting as a black man. That ignorant comment disqualifies you from serious discussion.
Right. He was half-Kenyan.
And a bastard.
His father never divorced his Kenyan wife, whom he abandoned and left with their children when he shacked up with BHO's mother.
 

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This time in 2008, just before Obama was elected, USA National Debt was $ 10.791 trillion and growing;
This time in 2016 just before Trump was elected, the National Debt was $ 20.041 trillion and growing;
By the time Trump took office in January 2021 Obummer has nearly doubled the Nation's Debt in just eight years and also left a bit of a mess.

Though to be honest, no POTUS is a dictator whom has control of everything in our society and economy so often are just trying to work with things they often have little influence upon or control over.

Now if, as you claim in your OP, the National Debt was at $27 trillion when Trump left and Biden stepped in, it is now at $28.906 trillion and growing;
...and as we see, "Quid-pro-Quo~Groper/Molester" Joe has managed to add nearly $2 trillion in Debt in his first nine months.

Guess by the standards of you wealth redistribution, need more bigger and powerful guv'mint, Leftists, than ole Jo is doing a bang up job ~ of bringing America down. Especially with his open borders letting in hordes of illegal aliens.
Beside the two War Presidents, Wilson and Roosevelt.

President Reagan increased the debt by $1.86 trillion, or by 186%.

President Bush added $5.85 trillion to the national debt. That's a 101% increase,

Under President Obama, the national debt grew the most dollar-wise ($8.6 trillion) and was fifth in terms of percentage at 74%.

Trump added $6.7 trillion to the debt between fiscal year 2017 and fiscal year 2020, a 33.1% increase,


That was 3 years, 2021 added another 1.5 trillion to Trumps 4 year total. (8.2 trillion) in his 4 years.
 

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Beside the two War Presidents, Wilson and Roosevelt.

President Reagan increased the debt by $1.86 trillion, or by 186%.

President Bush added $5.85 trillion to the national debt. That's a 101% increase,

Under President Obama, the national debt grew the most dollar-wise ($8.6 trillion) and was fifth in terms of percentage at 74%.

Trump added $6.7 trillion to the debt between fiscal year 2017 and fiscal year 2020, a 33.1% increase,


That was 3 years, 2021 added another 1.5 trillion to Trumps 4 year total. (8.2 trillion) in his 4 years.
Also factor;
2) Federal Debt in dollars alone is not the gauge. Inflation over time provides a relativity factor to consider. For example, this on the 1980 Dollar versus the 2021 dollar;
...


Value of $1 from 1980 to 2021​

$1 in 1980 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3.33 today, an increase of $2.33 over 41 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.98% per year between 1980 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 232.90%.

This means that today's prices are 3.33 times higher than average prices since 1980, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index. A dollar today only buys 30.03% of what it could buy back then.

The 1980 inflation rate was 13.50%. The current year-over-year inflation rate (2020 to 2021) is now 5.39%1. If this number holds, $1 today will be equivalent in buying power to $1.05 next year. The current inflation rate page gives more detail on the latest inflation rates.
...




www.in2013dollars.com





$1 in 1980 → 2021 | Inflation Calculator


The 2.98% inflation rate means $1 in 1980 is equivalent to $3.33 today. This inflation calculator uses the official US consumer price index published by the Department of Labor.


www.in2013dollars.com

www.in2013dollars.com
 

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IM2 is a programmed Bidenista cultist.
 

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Also factor;
2) Federal Debt in dollars alone is not the gauge. Inflation over time provides a relativity factor to consider. For example, this on the 1980 Dollar versus the 2021 dollar;
...


Value of $1 from 1980 to 2021​

$1 in 1980 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3.33 today, an increase of $2.33 over 41 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.98% per year between 1980 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 232.90%.

This means that today's prices are 3.33 times higher than average prices since 1980, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index. A dollar today only buys 30.03% of what it could buy back then.

The 1980 inflation rate was 13.50%. The current year-over-year inflation rate (2020 to 2021) is now 5.39%1. If this number holds, $1 today will be equivalent in buying power to $1.05 next year. The current inflation rate page gives more detail on the latest inflation rates.
...




www.in2013dollars.com





$1 in 1980 → 2021 | Inflation Calculator


The 2.98% inflation rate means $1 in 1980 is equivalent to $3.33 today. This inflation calculator uses the official US consumer price index published by the Department of Labor.


www.in2013dollars.com

www.in2013dollars.com
The current year over year inflation rate is skewed by the pandemics effects on the economy. Anyone who says it doesn't is lying.
 

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These brain dead inbred moronic Trump worshipers are blaming Biden for oil production cuts that took place in 2020, what more does anyone need to know about them?
Who should get the blame for not increasing production as fuel prices sky-rocket?
 

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The current year over year inflation rate is skewed by the pandemics effects on the economy. Anyone who says it doesn't is lying.
Best take that up with the source I excerpted and linked.
I'm not sure anyone said the pandemic isn't part of the effects.
 

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