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Biden is the best president ever!

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IronWing

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Clinton set up the country for the 2008 mortgage crisis,
^ Prove it or shut up.

NAFTA,
Sort of.

China's ability to become the economic power it is today,
Okay.

allowing Bin Laden to prepare for Sept 11, 2001,
^ Liar.

and as a direct result of those actions or inaction helped pave the road for someone like Trump to be able to become president.
^ I believe it was endless Republican lies and very, very stupid Republican voters who got Trump elected.


Yeah times were good, that is when you prepare for the bad times instead of partying like it's always going to be 1999.
^ LOL, the Republicans have been fer tax cuts fer the rich, nation and economy be damned, for four+ decades.
 
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Amol S.

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In regards to the 2008 recession. Clinton did not deliberately cause it to happen, but his action of deregulating investment banks did play a role in the financial crisis.
 
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Jhhnn

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lol he literally has an ENTIRE history of being against progressive change - everything from drug use - to crime - to helping the poor - etc.. etc...

The fact that he has been in politics for a long ass time accomplishes nothing other than your ability to be a part of a political party and living in a safe state that always votes for your party.

It's just hilarious - because you clearly know this - hence why you didn't actually cite anything.
And yet he's a dirty rotten socialist Commie lover at the same time. How Righties manage to live with the cognitive dissonance is beyond my comprehension.
 

MadRat

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It's certainly entertaining watching a group gang up to fight back against one poster that literally has yet to make a lucid argument. You're sure getting upset by a guy like that. I couldn't imagine anyone wanting to argue with your little band of misfits, but nobody is stopping you from engaging everyone not like-minded. If s0me0nesmind1 triggers so many of you it says more about people so easily upset than it does about him. Sounds like the forum has a 's0me0nesmind1 derangement syndrome.'
 
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Fenixgoon

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It's certainly entertaining watching a group gang up to fight back against one poster that literally has yet to make a lucid argument. You're sure getting upset by a guy like that. I couldn't imagine anyone wanting to argue with your little band of misfits, but nobody is stopping you from engaging everyone not like-minded. If s0me0nesmind1 triggers so many of you it says more about people so easily upset than it does about him. Sounds like the forum has a 's0me0nesmind1 derangement syndrome.'
Brandolini's law, also known as the bullshit asymmetry principle, is an internet adage that emphasizes the difficulty of debunking false, facetious, or otherwise misleading information: "The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude larger than to produce it."
gotta call it out 100% of the time
 

IronWing

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It's certainly entertaining watching a group gang up to fight back against one poster that literally has yet to make a lucid argument. You're sure getting upset by a guy like that. I couldn't imagine anyone wanting to argue with your little band of misfits, but nobody is stopping you from engaging everyone not like-minded. If s0me0nesmind1 triggers so many of you it says more about people so easily upset than it does about him. Sounds like the forum has a 's0me0nesmind1 derangement syndrome.'
Maybe so, maybe so. I have to say that your contributions here are wanting.
 
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Lanyap

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How can anybody be proud of this old fool in office. it is a national embarrassment. The world is laughing at us and taking stock of the senile, nonsense that comes out of this mans mouth.
Old Man Forgets

here is a good gem of how far gone Biden is.

Biden gets scolded.
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Meh, Macron was just explaining to Biden what the red and blue water bottle caps meant. If he picked up a red cap it means he's conservative, blue is liberal. Maybe he's telling Biden where the bathroom is. Most likely Macron was telling Biden "you're the Man, fuck that asshole trump".





More Getty pics.

French President Macron says US is 'definitely' back, welcomes Biden to 'the club'
 

sportage

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In regards to the 2008 recession. Clinton did not deliberately cause it to happen, but his action of deregulating investment banks did play a role in the financial crisis.
2008 was caused mainly by banks and their credit default swap (CDO). Still going on today but under a different name, Bespoke Tranche Opportunity (BTO). And now with housing market again skyrocketing, another crash is inevitable and this next crash will be much worse than the first simply because of the current national debt. It will be impossible for the government to bail out the banks.... a second time.
 
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Leeea

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Our greatest president ever brings Pride to the white house:
“Pride is back at the White House,” Biden announced to applause from a room that included Sarah McBride, a Delaware state senator who is transgender, and Rachel Levine, an assistant health secretary who is transgender.
It wasn’t because LGBTQ rights issues are settled. A key part of Biden’s remarks was a call to the Senate to pass the Equality Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation and gender identity.
“Our work is unfinished when a same-sex couple can be married in the morning but denied a lease in the afternoon for being gay,” Biden said, urging Senate approval. “Something is still wrong.”
 
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Red Squirrel

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He's better than the big orange orangutan but I do feel he's way too old and senile for the job. They need to stop picking people out of nursing homes to run for president. He may be the shuffleboard champion and know every wheel of fortune episode by heart, but maybe they need to start setting the bar a little higher to run for president and try to get people that still have full brain and bodily function. Do they at least let him attend Bingo night? I'm sure he'd hate to miss that.
 
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Leeea

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He's better than the big orange orangutan but I do feel he's way too old and senile for the job. They need to stop picking people out of nursing homes to run for president. He may be the shuffleboard champion and know every wheel of fortune episode by heart, but maybe they need to start setting the bar a little higher to run for president and try to get people that still have full brain and bodily function. Do they at least let him attend Bingo night? I'm sure he'd hate to miss that.
It is easy to speak in generalities. However, I did not claim he the best possible president according to your criteria.

I claimed he is the Best President Ever! Which only compares him to other presidents.

So comparing him to your theoretical ideal president is unfair. You need to compare him to other presidents, or at the very least creditable alternatives.
 
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Leeea

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pmv

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It's certainly entertaining watching a group gang up to fight back against one poster that literally has yet to make a lucid argument. You're sure getting upset by a guy like that. I couldn't imagine anyone wanting to argue with your little band of misfits, but nobody is stopping you from engaging everyone not like-minded. If s0me0nesmind1 triggers so many of you it says more about people so easily upset than it does about him. Sounds like the forum has a 's0me0nesmind1 derangement syndrome.'

Yawn. The old "everyone disagreeing with me magically proves that I'm right" formula. The last-resort of someone with no actual argument to offer.
 

Leeea

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White House officials have helped craft an agreement under which purchases of Hunter Biden’s artwork — which could be listed at prices as high as $500,000 — will be kept confidential from even the artist himself, in an attempt to avoid ethical issues that could arise as a presidential family member tries to sell a product with a highly subjective value.
You can hate the price he is getting all you want. But if the buyer is confidential, it is not unethical.

Biden is such a great president that instead of shutting his son down, he found a way for his wayward son to pursue his interests ethically. Now that is a great father and president.
 

thraashman

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Biden is "the greatest president ever" in the same way that if I had been force fed diseased feces for 4 years that a day old hotdog would be the best meal I ever had.

I would like him to be more forceful with Republicans though. And by that I mean there's at least 2-3 dozen elected Republican members of Congress that should just be outright arrested and charged by the Justice Department for their role in the Jan 6 Nazi terrorist attack on America.
 

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