Biden Blasts Republicans for "Standing For Nothing"


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May 1, 2014
1. During his press conference Wednesday afternoon President Joe Biden blasted the Republican Party, suggesting they stand for nothing.

“Think about this: What are Republicans for?” the President asked. “What are they for? Name me one thing they’re for.”...

Source: https://www.thenewcivilrightsmoveme...lasts-republicans-for-not-being-for-anything/

2. The following is the ending of George Orwell's fairy tale "Animal Farm":

"Twelve voices were shouting in anger, and they were all alike. No question, now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which."


3. "Instead of blasting the Republicans with sound and fury, the US president should have swept them off their feet with the same powerful blast he emitted in front of the Duchess of Cornwall.

Biden has confirmed his intention to run again with Kamala Harris in the 2024 presidential election. However, new polling published on Thursday (January 20, 2022) by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research showed that 28 and 27 percent of respondents said they want to see Biden and Trump seek another White House term in 2024 respectively. The poll results are not surprising as Biden tries to appease Trump's followers and the Republican Party by being "more Trump than Trump" in his approach to China.

I borrow a few words from the ending of George Orwell's fairy tale "Animal Farm" to highlight the two-faced gas-emitting White House incumbent’s “shapeshifting ability” to take on most of his predecessor's qualities:

"Two voices are shouting in anger, and they are all alike. No question, now, what has happened to the faces of the White House incumbent and his predecessor. The whole world looks from Biden to Trump, and from Trump to Biden, and from Biden to Trump again; but already it is impossible to say which is which. 😇

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