POLL DAY: Will Joe Biden Destroy The USA?

With all that has been happening in the US of late one cannot help but wonder what will happen during the next two and a half years Biden has left as POTUS? Is he going to destroy our nation? Will he last through his presidency? There are so many questions about what our fate is and few answers under this horrid administration.

Leave your thoughts below. I would like to know what you think and how you feel. As for me I no longer feel safe in the US. There seems to be danger lurking in every corner and every street. We cannot turn on the TV without hearing of some new disaster or secret revealed.

Our economy is a shambles and gas prices are out of control. Nothing is making sense anymore because there is no rhyme to the reason. Jen Psaki looks like she is tipsy while she smirks giving her brand of fake news. The progressives only are concerned with “their truth.” Biden wants everything besides money we do not have to “go green.”

Right now many lives are in dire straights. The world is a mess, but don’t ask Jen, she will tell you to “have a margarita!”

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  1. It’s going to take more than a margarita!!! It may take a case of tequila. But you’re right. Biden is disproving my theory that one man cannot destroy the country in one term as president. God help us all!


  2. Which of these is guilty of the greatest sin — a prostitute, or the fellow who hires her? Is there any justice in the fact that the prostitute, having been bought and paid for, offers her client a deadly disease and much discomfort before the end? “For the wages of sin is death.”

    The American people hired Biden, presumably knowing what he was — and what he intended to do. Will Biden destroy America? No … the American people will do that, and it will be painful to us all. If you haven’t done so, go and read The Lone Cactus at https://thelonecactus317896151.wordpress.com/2022/03/11/but-what-does-it-actually-do/

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  3. I read it before I gave a response to you. Yes, it will be painful for us. I feel no guilt as I did not vote for a man that I disdain, that even Obama, another man I disdain did not trust Biden.

    “”All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasure of the earth (our own excepted) in their military chest; with a Buonaparte for a commander, could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio, or make a track on the Blue Ridge, in a trial of a thousand years.

    “At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.”

    (from “The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions: Address Before the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois” January 27, 1838)” — Quote from Abraham Lincoln


    1. Mr. Lincoln was wise, even in his youth. Our problem — that is, the problem with democracy, is that most of us recognize voting as one of our civic responsibilities while never giving much thought to “voting responsibly.” We are dangerously blinded by our ideology. So we vote for one fellow or another thinking that we achieved the two critical tasks of a free society: voting and voting for the fellow who looks most like ourselves. At no time in this process do most people regret what they’ve done by voting for an idiot, and they apparently feel no guilt for causing so much pain to their neighbors.

      And believe me, $5.00 (+/-) for a gallon of diesel is painful across the board. You may not have a diesel engine, but the increased cost of gasoline pushes up the price of food, a necessity. And the people who suffer most are the poor (whom the Democrats pretend to care for) and those on fixed incomes (the elderly), whom the Democrats view as a waste of time and energy.

      So, no, voters do not feel any guilt for supporting an idiot — and this is because there are dozens of ways to justify doing so (mostly after the fact, of course). It would be nice if the national parties could offer us, someone, to support that wasn’t an idiot, but that doesn’t appear to be in the cards.

      Actually, if voters did feel guilt for supporting an idiot, that might be a good thing. Feeling remorse for causing others to suffer would be a healthy response for choosing — unwisely. And, it might prompt voters to give more thought to whom they’re voting for. It might lead someone to conclude that if they have to hold their nose to vote, not voting is a viable alternative.

      Of course, sending America to hell based on principle might be as bad (in effect) as voting for an idiot because he doesn’t have a five o’clock shadow. We should all be amazed that the U.S.A. has lasted this long.

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      1. It might lead someone to conclude that if they have to hold their nose to vote, not voting is a viable alternative.

        Exactly! Or third party. Either way, the only way the duopoly will get the message…..is if they don’t get any votes. Unfortunately, our society (maybe most of humanity) isn’t wired that way.

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      2. With all I have learned Mustang, including the Fauci, “I am the science,” Wuhan lab, now the Biolabs in Ukraine, mounting on top of that the horrendous debacles of this so-called POTUS, it is mind-boggling anyone with brains voted for him. What were they thinking? Oh sorry, they were not, and you explained why very well. Sadly we are suffering because of the “BINDENERS!” He is not called “BRANDON” for no good reason.


    1. I almost agree with you but Harris is so ridiculous she would be worse than Biden if that can be true….listen they are keeping him on some sort of drugs, but if he has dementia, you are right he won’t last. Harris is a bully so it would be a mess with her as POTUS.

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  4. You make good points but America has become the axis of evil because the government is funding things that they should not be funding. The US talks about democracy but shows no diplomacy at home. The US cannot be trusted in the eyes of the world, why? Because they saw and knew long before us that the US was and is corrupt as they come. I do not trust my country. It does not make me proud to say that but it is how I feel and believe. How can you trust a nation that funded the Wuhan lab? Fauci and his ilk have blood on their hands. And as to these Biolabs, yes, they have been around since 2005, but it was wrong for the US to be involved. Of course, we are turning on America, we are waking up to her evil. As to the left, there has always been PINKOS and their ilk, but this new generation of liberals wants socialism and a one-world order. It is sick.


    1. Fair enough. But, do….what?

      You don’t want us trying to help reduce WMDs and collateral risk [or enable defense to those risks] in former Soviet ‘republics’.

      If so, I don’t completely disagree…but I’m a bit more of an isolationist than most.

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  5. I have no doubt Z. I know some people that love CRT, BLM, and AOC and her “Squad.” It makes me very sad and discouraged, but as you said there is always hope albeit small. There are good people of all ages that fear God and know right from wrong and want to do right and proper by us and our nation. Maybe better said just not enough of them. “Outnumbered” comes to mind.


  6. True some of us see no hope and others do. I believe much of that is dependent on where your hope lies. If like me your hope is in God then it is in the right place because having hope in your government and people will always disappoint us. God is not a man to lie — man/woman is.

    Also, Z, I want you to know it means a lot to me that you came by today and shared your thoughts, which will always be respected by me. I like to think of this as my “safe zone” and want those that come by and comment to sense and feel the same.
    Thank you! 🙂


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