Let’s see, he has already spent $1.9 trillion, plans to spend another $4.1 trillion and pretty soon we are talking about real money.
On hearing President Joe Biden outline his monetary and other grandiose ambitions last week in a speech before a miniaturized, virus-wary Congress, Republican Sen. Mitt Romney thought his moolah mutters nothing less than foolish, saying in a New York Times quote, “Maybe if he were younger, I’d say his dad needs to take away his credit card.”
Born in 1942, Biden cannot claim youth or inexperience as an excuse. He served as a senator for 36 years, as a vice president for eight years and lately has splashed through 100 scary days as president.
Through his child-crunching, crime-abetting, town-wrecking border crisis, he has shown he hasn’t learned much about fixing things, even as he claims we’re “on the move again” after suffering from recent historic crises.
He failed to include progressivism’s attacks on the basic principles of our republic, but did equate the Capitol riot with the Civil War.