What is the Biden doctorine?

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A far left agenda is what gave us social security and medicare.
How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
A far left agenda is what gave Americans Social Security and Medicare.
 

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Pretty much the same as the dumb Don doctrine, Ears doctrine, and W doctrine.
 

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Welcome to the corporate establishment agenda.

Not liberal enough for the progressives, not conservative enough for the far right.
 

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How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
oh, no, he's pushing a global elitist's agenda. No other reason to remove oil/ energy independence. this one move showed his hand.
 

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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.


And the trump doctrine?

Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."







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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.

And the trump doctrine?
Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."





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hahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahahahahaha no clue blue.
 

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How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
That's easy. Screw America.



Mark Zaborowski

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"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."
 

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How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
That's easy. Screw America.


Mark Zaborowski
Voracious reader, lifetime interest in history and politics
"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."
fix this.
 

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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.

And the trump doctrine?
Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."





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hahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahahahahaha no clue blue.
The joke is on you, genius. You support a grifter and you have been grifted.
 

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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.

And the trump doctrine?
Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."





Den Valdron - Quora
hahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahahahahaha no clue blue.
The joke is on you, genius. You support a grifter and you have been grifted.
sadly no. See, I see the Xiden the emperor with no clothes on. You use other peoples words to use as yours. be a big fella and explain your position on trump's policies? which ones were bad for an american?
 

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How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
Gee, a Trump loyalist saying Biden is pushing a "far left agenda", who would have thought a radicalized, far right base who had no problem with the sacking of the Capitol building would believe such a thing.

I'm shocked, shocked I tell ya!
 

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How would you articulate the overall theme and direction of the Biden Admininstration‘s policies?

It seems to me he is pushing a far left agenda.
Gee, a Trump loyalist saying Biden is pushing a "far left agenda", who would have thought a radicalized, far right base who had no problem with the sacking of the Capitol building would believe such a thing.

I'm shocked, shocked I tell ya!
which trump policy was bad for an american?
 

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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.

And the trump doctrine?
Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."





Den Valdron - Quora
hahahahahaahahahaahahahahahahahahahaha no clue blue.
The joke is on you, genius. You support a grifter and you have been grifted.
sadly no. See, I see the Xiden the emperor with no clothes on. You use other peoples words to use as yours. be a big fella and explain your position on trump's policies? which ones were bad for an american?
Obama was also the emperor with no clothes. Trump showed you how fudged up the system is. He even taught you the word fake news. While you were sitting in your living room believing everything the MSM told you like a pompous little homo. Trump like JFK told you about fake news. He also taught you that gas can be one dollar and a half. Now in Biden's Neolberal shithole. Expect it at 4 bucks.
 

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Biden doctrine reads as follow:

Freedom and the Republic is bad. WE must get rid of all liberty and freedom as much as possible.

Biden doctrine.Anono source.

And the trump doctrine?
Mark Zaborowski

"I recently had a comment on another post that insisted I was a tool defending socialism. Further, that I just did not understand that Donald Trump was all about freedom and in no way should be considered “dictator-like”. I responded:
It is amazing how those who get their political education from opinion hosts on TV try to accuse others of the same thing. “Socialism” is the cry whenever a government policy that benefits the average citizen is proposed or promulgated. But you also state that in your view human instinct is dangerous and suspect, and in that we agree. Unfettered capitalism not only recognizes the animal instinct to acquire resources (in this case money and power) but applauds and encourages it. As rational beings, we see the problem of allowing a very few to own everything, of allowing the big fish to eat all the little fish. And yet, when any move is made to curb the voracious appetites of the already wealthy and powerful, it is instantly branded “socialism”. The sad irony is that this political view is espoused by many of those little fishes who are also on the menu.
As far as Trump goes, I agree that he left most of the day-to-day running of his administration to others. He would have made a weak dictator, because he did everything half-assed. Notorious dictators like Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin micromanaged their way into power and held all the reins tightly, through suspicion and paranoia. Trump’s style is more in the way of a hereditary monarch, one raised in luxury and surrounded by functionaries who did all the heavy lifting and thinking. His ideal role would be as the Pharaoh Rameses II (Yul Brynner in the movie “The Ten Commandments”). He would prefer to just make pronouncements of his wishes and say “So let it be written. So let it be done.” and then go back to his burgers, fried chicken and TV. Half-assed, as I said.
That sort of dictator doesn’t last long. Being already elderly and not in the best of shape physically is not a recipe for the long term. And being lulled (and gulled) by sycophantic protestations of undying loyalty from underlings has led to many coups d’etat. We avoided even the possibility of all that by 7 million popular and 74 Electoral votes."







Den Valdron - Quora
The Trump doctrine is the same as the establishment’s doctrine. Don wasn’t smart enough to know you can’t fill your administration with establishment assholes and be considered anti-establishment.
 

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