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China Joe Biden is the most radical left-wing president in US history, period
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Leroy N. Soetoro
2021-02-03 02:15:19 UTC
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Joe Biden is off to the most left-wing start of any Democratic president
in recent memory.

Just two weeks later, the dulcet tones of Biden’s inaugural address
already seem an artifact of a bygone era. Republicans will hammer him for
the rest of his presidency for failing to deliver on his unifying message,
but the fact is that Biden is governing as he promised — further to the
left of his own record, further to the left of his ex-boss, former
President Barack Obama, and further to the left of any Democrat who made
his career prior to the ascendency of the cultural left.

It isn’t new for Democratic presidents to want to tax, spend and regulate,
even if Biden seeks to do more of all three than his immediate
predecessors. Biden layers on top of this a cultural agenda that
represents a new dimension of radicalism that would be alien and baffling
to bygone Democrats, who may have wanted to extend the New Deal but never
sought to transcend the gender binary.

Biden is willing, too, to go it alone via rapid-fire unilateral executive
actions.

If Lyndon Johnson gave us the Great Society, he came to office after the
assassination of John F. Kennedy seeking to fulfill the legacy of his
martyred predecessor, which included passing a tax bill that reduced
income-tax rates across the board and slashed corporate taxes. Once he was
elected in his own right in 1964, Johnson embarked on a spate of federal
activism that no subsequent Democrat has been able to match, although
Johnson largely enacted his priorities the old-fashioned way, by passing
bills through Congress. And he operated in a much more culturally
conservative country and party.

Jimmy Carter doesn’t really rate. He ran in 1976 as a genuine Southern
moderate, and his early administration was marked by ineffectual
overreach.

Bill Clinton and Obama were both ambitious but also cared about the budget
deficit and allowed it to restrain their agenda in a way that the Biden
Democrats now totally reject.

If Clinton pushed the envelope on health care, ultimately getting nowhere,
the signature economic initiative of his early administration was a tax
increase to reduce the deficit. Obama passed a blow-out spending stimulus
bill in his first months, although the imperative not to allow it to
exceed $1 trillion seems quaint in retrospect.

Biden is out of the box with a proposed $1.9 trillion relief bill that
includes a $15-an-hour minimum wage, not too long ago the pipe dream of
his party’s socialist wing, and a massive bailout of states and
localities. Biden campaigned on a $4 trillion tax increase that one
sympathetic observer has said would be “one of the largest wealth
transfers in American history.” Meanwhile, he is filling positions beneath
the Cabinet level with progressives with a mandate to increase regulation
across the board.

The economic agenda is augmented by new progressive causes that were just
beginning to get a foothold back in the Clinton and Obama years. Biden’s
obsession with fighting climate change speaks of an overwhelming hostility
to fossil fuels as such that is something new.

He has proposed a sweeping enforcement-never amnesty for more than 10
million illegal immigrants that makes the previous failed “comprehensive
immigration bills” look modest by comparison. And his culture-war
executive orders extend not just to abortion, where other Democratic
presidents have signed executive orders quickly, as well, but to
transgender causes.

There will also be a continual focus on what Biden’s chief-of-staff calls
“a racial-equity crisis,” which will be a warrant for a new, more
aggressive identity politics.

The lesson is that the most important thing that any movement can do is
influence the direction of a major political party. If the center of
gravity of a party moves, the entire establishment moves with it. So it is
that Biden, who has never been woke or surrounded himself with radicals,
is attempting to deliver victories to the left-wing of his party almost
unimaginable eight or 12 years ago — and do it quickly.

We can’t really say we weren’t warned, even if Biden did everything he
could to obscure the message with his mood music of moderation and unity.

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BeamMeUpScotty
2021-02-03 02:50:42 UTC
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Subject line is a stupid fucking lie.
Beijing Biden
2021-02-03 03:23:57 UTC
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On Tue, 2 Feb 2021 18:50:42 -0800, BeamMeUpScotty
Post by BeamMeUpScotty
Subject line is a stupid fucking lie.
I'm Beijing Biden and I agree with the subject line. I'm trying to fuck the USA
and I want you to lose your rights.
Beijing Biden
2021-02-03 03:30:30 UTC
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On Wed, 3 Feb 2021 02:15:19 -0000 (UTC), "Leroy N. Soetoro"
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://nypost.com/2021/02/01/biden-is-the-most-radical-left-wing-
president-in-us-history-period/
Joe Biden is off to the most left-wing start of any Democratic president
in recent memory.
Just two weeks later, the dulcet tones of Biden’s inaugural address
already seem an artifact of a bygone era. Republicans will hammer him for
the rest of his presidency for failing to deliver on his unifying message,
but the fact is that Biden is governing as he promised — further to the
left of his own record, further to the left of his ex-boss, former
President Barack Obama, and further to the left of any Democrat who made
his career prior to the ascendency of the cultural left.
It isn’t new for Democratic presidents to want to tax, spend and regulate,
even if Biden seeks to do more of all three than his immediate
predecessors. Biden layers on top of this a cultural agenda that
represents a new dimension of radicalism that would be alien and baffling
to bygone Democrats, who may have wanted to extend the New Deal but never
sought to transcend the gender binary.
Biden is willing, too, to go it alone via rapid-fire unilateral executive
actions.
If Lyndon Johnson gave us the Great Society, he came to office after the
assassination of John F. Kennedy seeking to fulfill the legacy of his
martyred predecessor, which included passing a tax bill that reduced
income-tax rates across the board and slashed corporate taxes. Once he was
elected in his own right in 1964, Johnson embarked on a spate of federal
activism that no subsequent Democrat has been able to match, although
Johnson largely enacted his priorities the old-fashioned way, by passing
bills through Congress. And he operated in a much more culturally
conservative country and party.
Jimmy Carter doesn’t really rate. He ran in 1976 as a genuine Southern
moderate, and his early administration was marked by ineffectual
overreach.
Bill Clinton and Obama were both ambitious but also cared about the budget
deficit and allowed it to restrain their agenda in a way that the Biden
Democrats now totally reject.
If Clinton pushed the envelope on health care, ultimately getting nowhere,
the signature economic initiative of his early administration was a tax
increase to reduce the deficit. Obama passed a blow-out spending stimulus
bill in his first months, although the imperative not to allow it to
exceed $1 trillion seems quaint in retrospect.
Biden is out of the box with a proposed $1.9 trillion relief bill that
includes a $15-an-hour minimum wage, not too long ago the pipe dream of
his party’s socialist wing, and a massive bailout of states and
localities. Biden campaigned on a $4 trillion tax increase that one
sympathetic observer has said would be “one of the largest wealth
transfers in American history.” Meanwhile, he is filling positions beneath
the Cabinet level with progressives with a mandate to increase regulation
across the board.
The economic agenda is augmented by new progressive causes that were just
beginning to get a foothold back in the Clinton and Obama years. Biden’s
obsession with fighting climate change speaks of an overwhelming hostility
to fossil fuels as such that is something new.
He has proposed a sweeping enforcement-never amnesty for more than 10
million illegal immigrants that makes the previous failed “comprehensive
immigration bills” look modest by comparison. And his culture-war
executive orders extend not just to abortion, where other Democratic
presidents have signed executive orders quickly, as well, but to
transgender causes.
There will also be a continual focus on what Biden’s chief-of-staff calls
“a racial-equity crisis,” which will be a warrant for a new, more
aggressive identity politics.
The lesson is that the most important thing that any movement can do is
influence the direction of a major political party. If the center of
gravity of a party moves, the entire establishment moves with it. So it is
that Biden, who has never been woke or surrounded himself with radicals,
is attempting to deliver victories to the left-wing of his party almost
unimaginable eight or 12 years ago — and do it quickly.
We can’t really say we weren’t warned, even if Biden did everything he
could to obscure the message with his mood music of moderation and unity.
I'm Sleepy Beijing Biden and I want to fuck over every white American and make
slaves of the black and brown ones.
BeamMeUpScotty
2021-02-03 15:48:54 UTC
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Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://nypost.com/2021/02/01/biden-is-the-most-radical-left-wing-
president-in-us-history-period/
Joe Biden is off to the most left-wing start of any Democratic president
in recent memory.
Just two weeks later, the dulcet tones of Biden’s inaugural address
already seem an artifact of a bygone era. Republicans will hammer him for
the rest of his presidency for failing to deliver on his unifying message,
but the fact is that Biden is governing as he promised — further to the
left of his own record, further to the left of his ex-boss, former
President Barack Obama, and further to the left of any Democrat who made
his career prior to the ascendency of the cultural left.
It isn’t new for Democratic presidents to want to tax, spend and regulate,
even if Biden seeks to do more of all three than his immediate
predecessors. Biden layers on top of this a cultural agenda that
represents a new dimension of radicalism that would be alien and baffling
to bygone Democrats, who may have wanted to extend the New Deal but never
sought to transcend the gender binary.
Biden is willing, too, to go it alone via rapid-fire unilateral executive
actions.
If Lyndon Johnson gave us the Great Society, he came to office after the
assassination of John F. Kennedy seeking to fulfill the legacy of his
martyred predecessor, which included passing a tax bill that reduced
income-tax rates across the board and slashed corporate taxes. Once he was
elected in his own right in 1964, Johnson embarked on a spate of federal
activism that no subsequent Democrat has been able to match, although
Johnson largely enacted his priorities the old-fashioned way, by passing
bills through Congress. And he operated in a much more culturally
conservative country and party.
Jimmy Carter doesn’t really rate. He ran in 1976 as a genuine Southern
moderate, and his early administration was marked by ineffectual
overreach.
Bill Clinton and Obama were both ambitious but also cared about the budget
deficit and allowed it to restrain their agenda in a way that the Biden
Democrats now totally reject.
If Clinton pushed the envelope on health care, ultimately getting nowhere,
the signature economic initiative of his early administration was a tax
increase to reduce the deficit. Obama passed a blow-out spending stimulus
bill in his first months, although the imperative not to allow it to
exceed $1 trillion seems quaint in retrospect.
Biden is out of the box with a proposed $1.9 trillion relief bill that
includes a $15-an-hour minimum wage, not too long ago the pipe dream of
his party’s socialist wing, and a massive bailout of states and
localities. Biden campaigned on a $4 trillion tax increase that one
sympathetic observer has said would be “one of the largest wealth
transfers in American history.” Meanwhile, he is filling positions beneath
the Cabinet level with progressives with a mandate to increase regulation
across the board.
The economic agenda is augmented by new progressive causes that were just
beginning to get a foothold back in the Clinton and Obama years. Biden’s
obsession with fighting climate change speaks of an overwhelming hostility
to fossil fuels as such that is something new.
He has proposed a sweeping enforcement-never amnesty for more than 10
million illegal immigrants that makes the previous failed “comprehensive
immigration bills” look modest by comparison. And his culture-war
executive orders extend not just to abortion, where other Democratic
presidents have signed executive orders quickly, as well, but to
transgender causes.
There will also be a continual focus on what Biden’s chief-of-staff calls
“a racial-equity crisis,” which will be a warrant for a new, more
aggressive identity politics.
The lesson is that the most important thing that any movement can do is
influence the direction of a major political party. If the center of
gravity of a party moves, the entire establishment moves with it. So it is
that Biden, who has never been woke or surrounded himself with radicals,
is attempting to deliver victories to the left-wing of his party almost
unimaginable eight or 12 years ago — and do it quickly.
We can’t really say we weren’t warned, even if Biden did everything he
could to obscure the message with his mood music of moderation and unity.
Joe Biden is Mentally impaired and being held HOSTAGE in the Office by
his handlers.
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