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“When sorrows come,” said King Claudius, “they come not single spies but in battalions.” As the king found out. So it seems with President Joe Biden, who must be asking himself the question Merle Haggard asked:

“Are the good times really over for good?”

Consider the critical issue with voters today: the state of the economy.

Inflation in September stood at 5.4% year on year.

With prices of food and fuel rising, the supply chains for goods entering the country and headed for stores, shelves and showrooms before Thanksgiving and Christmas are clogged. Container ships are backed up in ports, waiting to unload on both coasts. Many of the trucks to carry the goods to inland markets sit idle for lack of drivers.

The latest employment figures show 10.4 million U.S. jobs going begging in August as 4.3 million workers dropped out of the labor force.

How are Democrats responding to the return of inflation?

By trying to pile a \$3.5 trillion social spending package on top of a \$1.2 trillion infrastructure package on top of the \$1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief act Biden signed in March. Coupled with an easy-money Fed policy, this hand could play out for Biden the way it played out for former President Jimmy Carter.

A second issue that appears beyond the capacity of the Biden people to solve is the invasion from across our southern border. Nightly film of border crossers and their encounters with the Border Patrol have riveted the attention of the nation.

Lately, there has been a new feature. Sporadic small arms fire at U.S. Border Patrol agents by cartel coyotes who are enriching themselves by steering migrants from all over the world to crossing points on the Rio Grande. By year’s end, some 2 million illegal immigrants will have crossed under the de facto open borders policy of the Biden administration.

Entering with them are scores of thousands of “got aways” who have avoided contact with U.S. authorities on the way into our country.

Another issue for Biden is the surge of both random and purposeful violence in liberal Democratic cities where knifings, shootings and killings are approaching new records.

With almost everyone carrying a phone camera, the daily photos of urban shootings have turned the country against the “defund the police!” crowd and the political party that is associated with them.

The George Floyd summer is over. Police departments are being refunded, and cops are being defended and demanded in neighborhoods that have suffered from their resignations, retirements and removal.

Then there is the new culture-war issue of race and education and whether America’s children should be taught in their schools about the goodness and greatness of their country or about its sins and crimes.

Civic gatherings have erupted, with parents facing off against teachers and school boards in Northern Virginia communities near where historic battles of the Civil War were fought.

Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, seeking to regain his office, may have put his campaign in peril by telling parents they have no legitimate role in decisions about what their children should be taught, and not taught, in Virginia’s public schools.

“I’m not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own decisions,” said McAuliffe. “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

Biden’s political fortunes and his party’s future are likely to hinge upon the fate of his Build Back Better legislation, currently in the custody of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Capitulating to the demands of progressives, Biden and Pelosi agreed to delay passage of the \$1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which had easily passed in the Senate, until the \$3.5 trillion social safety net bill could catch up and travel in tandem to approval in both Houses.

Biden has wagered his presidency on passage of both the \$1.2 trillion infrastructure bill and as large a share of the \$3.5 trillion social safety net program as he can convince Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona to approve.

By caving to the both-or-nothing ultimatum the progressives issued to her, which caused Pelosi to hold up certain and swift passage of the infrastructure bill, she may have imperiled them both.

Meanwhile, other priority agenda items of both Democratic moderates and progressives appear headed for the boneyard.

The \$15 minimum wage is gone. A “path to citizenship” for millions of illegal immigrants seems dead. Police reform appears to have been abandoned. Federal legislation to give the Department of Justice veto power over state GOP voting reforms appears no longer viable.

With all his chips now in the middle of the table as this session of Congress winds down, Biden’s hand looks weaker and weaker.

Wednesday, four polls found that half the nation — and in three of them, more than half — now disapprove of his presidency.

In the 10th month of his four-year term, are the good times really over for good — for Joe Biden? Starting to look that way.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

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  1. roonaldo says:

    Biden could care less (if his addled mind is even aware) about taking a wrecking ball to the country, since that’s been the plan all along by those who enthroned him.

    • Agree: Escher
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  2. Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, seeking to regain his office, may have put his campaign in peril by telling parents they have no legitimate role in decisions about what their children should be taught, and not taught, in Virginia’s public schools.

    this McAuliffe, from which planet did he come from? or which part of the galaxy did he grow up in? did NASA help him to get elected? the people demand a full investigation.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  3. Biff says:

    Creepy Joe has a few more women to grope – maybe even a few from the wheel chair like daddy Bush.

  4. The GOP is well known as the party that shills for Big Energy, while the Dems serve Big Finance. What better way to embarrass the administration than by hiking the prices of gasoline, and of natural gas and heating oil just before winter? It’s never too early to start smearing the enemy for the 2022 elections. Meanwhile Joe and his minions faithfully serve Wall Street and the Fed and we the people are in our usual position, caught between a rock and a hard place. Every day the system controls more of our lives and there is no one in it who effectively represents our interests. But heck, just blame it all on those surly ungrateful darkies (and Pat’s all-powerful but imaginary Leftist/Marxist/socialists) and call it a day, right? That couldn’t have anything to do with why we are in this mess, no sir, not at all.`

    • Replies: @Automatic Slim
  5. Weaver says:

    Democrats never wanted a \$15 minimum wage. They want cheap labour to drive down market wages. A high minimum wage creates unemployment and ultimately makes mass immigration too unpopular to continue.

    A \$15 minimum wage would lead to a drastic cut in legal and illegal immigration, perhaps even to an immigration moratorium. For this reason Democrats, and Republicans, will never allow such a thing to pass.

    • Agree: Max Maxwell, lavoisier
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  6. gottlieb says:

    Were the good times ever there for Joe? He’s always been the “Weekend at Bernie’s” candidate, shoved into position by extremist centrists as the only candidate to beat Trump in 2020. The Democrats had no agenda other than Trump, so it is no surprise they’re now caught in the headlights of an oncoming train.

    The Democrats SHOULD have steam-rolled the spending through, busted the filibuster, and beheaded McConnell. Instead Democrats chose to point fingers at ‘insurrections’, and all the domestic terrorists sleeping in sleeper cells waiting for the cue from Q. The enemy is not the right or left, but the center.

    2022 midterms – a Democratic Waterloo.
    2024 election – Trump

    As a leftist, choosing between the WEF Great Reset and President Donald T. Syphilis is an easy choice.

    • Agree: Max Maxwell
    • Replies: @Weaver
    , @Weaver
  7. Biden is unique among US Presidents in that he doesn’t really plan on running for a second term and thus has a liberty from political considerations most presidents worried about re-election lack. The invasion of the Southern border is something Biden could solve if he wanted to, his predessesor had gotten the border under control pretty much; in fact the crisis on the Southern border has gotten so bad Biden is planning to re-instate Remain In Mexico next month; Biden’s decision to stall the infrastructure bill for the safety social net bill was dumb; he has likely doomed both bills caving into the radicals in the Dem party; the plan by Democrats all along was to get Sleepy Joe elected and then have Kamala Harris who the American People would not and will not ever elect take over; but its likely that even they did not know how awful she was; Dems will take a bath next year; they will accuse Biden of being a drag on the party and Joe will shortly thereafter announce he will not seek another term a la LBJ; and then the DNC can decide if it wants to lose with Harris or find someone else.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  8. Anon[557] • Disclaimer says:

    Many intelligent Americans have done the calculus and determined a minimum wage job isn’t worth playing Russian Roulette with their health taking the vaccine.

  9. Weaver says:

    They’ll be blamed for inflation, even though it’s not really their fault. I’m not defending deficit spending, just highlighting that Covid is primarily behind what we’re currently seeing. So, passing a spending bill might even hurt them, since so much of it is wasteful. Inflation harms the poor.

    Trump needs to exercise if he wants to be lucid for 2024. He seems to be against exercise, against healthy eating. He declares his good genes protect him. He probably walks a lot and is more in his orbit after the Presidency, but he ought to get a trainer like every other rich person has.

    Tim Scott thinks he can be President in 2024, as absurd as that sounds. A black face for corruption. I suspect I’d rather Clyburn be President than Scott. Democratic moderates seem better than Republican moderates (largely because Democrats get blamed for the resulting disaster), and Clyburn at least cares for black Americans, even if not understanding the immigration issue. Scott seems to care for no one.

    This guy is running against Scott in 2022:

    I doubt he can win, but he seems to be an excellent candidate. In South Carolina, I don’t know how a candidate appeals to both blacks and whites. The strategy with Tim Scott is to put a black face on the sort of corruption whites tend to support, as opposed to the sort that blacks tend to support. Swain is running against corruption; I question whether that’s possible. He does at least post that he supports Israel, which gives him Israeli corruption funds, maybe; however, I suspect Israel prefers Scott.

    It’s a shame the US is so deeply corrupt.

  10. Weaver says:

    For what it’s worth, regarding supply disruption.

    Anyway, that resulting price spike will be blamed, partly, on federal spending. And Biden, generally, will be blamed for the lack of supply. There probably is something Biden could do, but as with Trump, he’s blamed for things that aren’t directly his fault. Biden’s power as a Democratic symbol could likely be used to pressure California, just by posting a few tweets or visiting the state.

    And notice, the competition with China mentioned in the article is economic and also regarding domestic influence over the US, not military (not regarding Taiwan.) So, it’s an appropriate article. Regarding the US military in Asia, the US needs to fully exit ASAP. It is pure waste.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  11. What “Americans” will accept is incredible. Tolerance is a big word in the lexicon of liberals. But should people in a free country be expected to tolerate the intolerable? Democratic politicians are cowards, only exceeded by the leadership of McConnell in the Republican party, that will not challenge this crap. No Democrats, with the exception of one or two, even acknowledges the insanity and lunacy of this administration. They can’t be this blind.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  12. Weaver says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    I think they’re all corrupt and/or insane. Rand Paul is pretty good, but that’s just because he’s devout to a nutty ideology. The powerful in every society are generally bad, to varying degrees anyway. It’s a problem of politics. What amazes me are the exceptions, but even the pleasant societies seem to have major problems.

    I think you just have to work with the expectation that they’ll be bad.

    That’s why I’m drawn to anti-elitist ideologies like distributism, albeit while valuing hierarchy, order.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  13. h5mind says:

    The only question Joe Biden is asking is where the heck he left his Depends.

  14. @Weaver

    Great view. I see your point. Thank you.

  15. Miro23 says:
    @Max Maxwell

    Biden’s decision to stall the infrastructure bill for the safety social net bill was dumb; he has likely doomed both bills caving into the radicals in the Dem party;

    Both bills are dumb. America’s capital has been vaporized by wars (Iraq and Afghanistan) and outsourcing (exporting the tax base to Asia) so there’s NO MONEY for infrastructure or a social safety net. Any new spending will feed straight into inflation as they’ll soon find out.

  16. tyrone says:

    What are you talking about, there’s still plenty of ice cream and little girls.

  17. “I’m not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own decisions,” said McAuliffe. “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

    Das ist mächtig weiß deutsch von Ihnen!

    The \$15 minimum wage is gone. A “path to citizenship” for millions of illegal immigrants seems dead.

    Those goals conflict anyway. How many illegals are worth \$15 a day, let alone hour?

  18. @Weaver

    The \$15 minimum wage is hardly dead. Legislation to raise the minimum wage is no longer needed. It’s been accomplished thru the back door by paying millions of unemployed Americans more money to stay home than to toil in the labor force. Everywhere I look, every store I enter, employers are begging for workers. In addition to sign on bonuses, big employers like Walmart, Amazon, and Home Depot are offering at least \$15 or more as a starting wage. Other corporations are forced to follow if they want to compete for workers, while small businesses who cannot afford to pay higher wages are forced into bankruptcy. That’s been the democrat plan all along.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @Weaver
  19. @follyofwar

    I’d add that this current labor shortage is only temporary, at least in occupations that don’t require much training. Once the millions of illegal entrants from our Southern border get settled and trained at taxpayer expense, they will fill all the lower skilled jobs that are now going begging. That will permit corporations to lower wages, which will make them very happy. And, unlike American citizens being kicked to the curb, they won’t need to be vaccinated.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  20. Fraudsident biden was installed by the Deep Shit. Even with negative approval ratings, this puppet isn’t going anywhere.

    • Agree: tyrone
  21. With prices of food and fuel rising, the supply chains for goods entering the country and headed for stores, shelves and showrooms before Thanksgiving and Christmas are clogged. Container ships are backed up in ports, waiting to unload on both coasts. Many of the trucks to carry the goods to inland markets sit idle for lack of drivers.

    I didn’t know the US was a participant in Brexit.

    Because Over Here we are angrily and persistently harangued by Remainers, Greenies, tame/woke media especially the BBC, and the Labour Party (and other lesser, even more liberal claques) that the still-uncompleted process of extrication from the German Empire MkIV is solely to blame for exactly these inconveniences, and many others such as looming stagflation.

    An on-farm pig massacre has already resulted due to alleged lack of skilled pork-butchers. The carcases are just dumped somewhere, not even frozen. The artificially-engendered fuel panic seems to have subsided, although prices are substantially higher, and there’s an LPG bottle famine (something to do with India, where they’re made now, and a recently-contrived duopoly of suppliers who are rinsing their would-be customers). “Brexit!” screeches the left/globalista faction, “we’re all gonna die!”.

    The cement famine got up by the Belgians and French earlier this year is also not so evident, and the copper tube (plumbing) crisis appears to have ended. I mean the stuff’s made in Brum (Wednesbury) for goodness’ sake. How Brexit is to blame escapes me.

    The China germ-bomb is hardly whispered about, as even a partial cause. Neither are the Ruskis, playing hardball with the rump EU over natural gas.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @TGD
  22. SafeNow says:

    Biden, his administration, and his hidden string-pullers have already signaled that they do not care what people say or think. All of this talk of disapproval percentages is a relic of a bygone era in which that had significant importance. We are now in the era of what Tucker calls “shut up and obey.” Poll numbers now are the new “I have a lot of ammo” delusion.

  23. El Dato says:

    Anyway, that resulting price spike will be blamed, partly, on federal spending.

    You don’t say.

    I guess Weimar Germans blamed price spikes partly on money printing too.

    • Replies: @Weaver
  24. El Dato says:
    @Expletive Deleted

    Neither are the Ruskis, playing hardball with the rump EU over natural gas.

    Actually they are not, as the European Commission itself so nicely stated.

    The interesting confluence of rising demand, low reserves and lack of electric energy due to nonmoving windmills, coupled probably to unfortunate contracts that can no longer be meaningfully kept going with the new pricing landscape (a few UK gas distributors have already gone titsup).

    Infodump by “The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies”

    The big bounce in Russian gas production in 2021 has proven to be insufficient to meet the simultaneous spikes in demand at home and abroad. Russian gas output has risen robustly and has been close to its maximum productive capacities but the necessity to fill the depleted domestic gas storage facilities in Q3 2021 limited the availability of Russian gas for Europe when it was most needed. Indeed, Russian exports to Europe this year have reached the record levels last seen in 2018-19, focusing mostly on Turkey and Germany – the two markets that are connected to the Russian gas system by direct undersea pipelines. Moreover, with other supply sources to Europe falling, and given the changing geography of Russian reserves, it appears that Russia cannot single-handedly balance sudden spikes in European gas demand. Russia is not running out of gas and its prolific gas reserves allow Russia to meet much higher overall demand, but this requires time, money, and contractual assurances of offtake.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  25. El Dato says:

    I think this book review is apposite (via this comment)

    The Mandibles – Book Review – Introduction

    The full title, is “The Mandibles: A Family, 2029-2047”, by Lionel Shriver. This is not what I’d call a dystopian sci-fi novel of the near future, as it doesn’t involve any major changes in technology or world war and that. It’s more of a story of the author’s idea of a fairly-likely (IMO, too) future of America as based on our economic situation. It’s very much a “prepper novel”, with a different scenario than another one, One Second After (our review), but with no catastrophe involved. Though Peak Stupidity wrote our “about” page in a humorous fashion, I do think the peak of economic stupidity is coming, as “what can’t go on, won’t go on.” Peak Stupidity doesn’t have but 10 posts, before this one, with our Preppers and Prepping topic key, but I am down with the idea.

    The author wrote this book in ’16, but now 2029 is only 9 years away, and Peak Stupidity aims to hold Lionel to it. I would personally not bet a single worthless (by the middle of the novel) Benjamin against her either!

    That is one flaw that makes the book a little bit hokey. However, the novel makes up for it very well by forecasting the doom that may very well await America due to its horrible financial situation. I want to bring up that other big flaw about this prepper novel, simply due to the author being a woman. Whether she’s named Lionel OR Margaret Ann, it’s no fault of her own – she wrote of what she knew., However, the woman’s point of view is missing a whole bunch of prepping questions and answers that a man familiar with the actual world beyond family would be able to address better. That, and plenty of very small quibbles, will be discussed in the subsequent posts.

  26. “Let’s go Brandon!”

    Where have ya gone, Joe diBiden-o?
    A nation turns its lonely eyes to you …

  27. El Dato says:
    @anno nimus

    Probably not related to this guy:

    Anthony Clement “Nuts” McAuliffe (July 2, 1898 – August 10, 1975) was a senior United States Army officer who earned fame as the acting commander of the 101st Airborne Division defending Bastogne, Belgium, during the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. He is celebrated for his one-word reply to a German surrender ultimatum: “Nuts!” After the battle, McAuliffe was promoted and given command of the 103rd Infantry Division, which he led from January 1945 to July 1945. In the post-war era, he was commander of United States Army Europe.

  28. @Observator

    “But heck, just blame it all on those surly ungrateful darkies…”

    I’m OK with that.

  29. Weaver says:
    @El Dato

    I’m all for banning deficit spending and fractional reserve banking, closing the federal reserve too. The gold standard might be a good idea even. I’m just saying, more is happening currently than money printing.

    Trump might be lucky he’s not currently in office.

  30. Weaver says:

    Yea, illegals will fill the gaps. The US is going to give all these illegals voting citizenship eventually, as well.

  31. Biden’s gang stole the primaries from Boynie, who co-operated in the farce. Then they stole the election, and got their dementing crook into the White House, just as several big parcels of shit hit the fan. Oops!! It is so very funny to watch the ‘Exceptionals’ sink into a swamp of hubris that one tends to forget that it will end in thermo-nuclear war.

  32. Weaver says:

    They offer \$10 starting. I’m sick of the Chamber of Commerce turning the US communist by importing so many workers, who then vote for more government. They also hinder college students from finding work, which then turns the students into socialists.

    Some small businesses and farmers refuse to work for a living; they demand free stuff via cheap labor. Meat packers, tech industry, plenty are pushing for more workers. It affects some skilled jobs and also creates general crowding.

    The pandemic has affected more than just the entry level unskilled workers. It’s a great time to get promoted. I don’t know what unemployment payments have been, but this is more than just people being paid not to work. The reaction to the pandemic might prove to have some positives like deglobalisation, but it has wrecked the US economy. Just in time inventory management might be less popular in the coming years.

  33. @El Dato

    The whole energy shortage is a scam run by the fossil fuel illuminati to coincide with COP 26 and help sabotage that Conference and any move to renewable energy. The MSM sewer is swollen with Rightist psychopaths announcing the death of renewables. Our regime, the worst saboteurs of COPs ever, has announced a ‘zero emissions by 2050’ ‘plan’ that will be a lie, and forgotten immediately. They have just promised the fossil fuel owned Nats a new rail-line to carry 20-60 million tons of thermal coal, for 100 years???!!! THAT is really funny. Once the Conference is over, the shortages will evaporate like morning mist.

  34. anonymous[397] • Disclaimer says:

    As an ill-wisher of the “Great” Satan, any further evidence of its “death-by-a-thousand-cuts,” is always a pleasure to witness.

    But, I despair that it is taking forever.

    Might it be that all of this bleating is simply “crying wolf,” to forestall a real decline? As they say, With great Evil, comes great Survivability. That will suck big time.

    Time will tell, but may God curse the “Great” Satan, and destroy it from the inside. And, not just this “Mordor,” but also its many minions.

  35. TGD says:
    @Expletive Deleted

    An on-farm pig massacre has already resulted due to alleged lack of skilled pork-butchers. The carcases are just dumped somewhere, not even frozen.

    This happened in the USA, too. Tens of thousands of “finished” pigs were euthanized on the farm in South Dakota and Minnesota many by way of heat stroke in super heated barns.

    The truth is that Americans don’t want to work in slaughterhouses. Killing, gutting and skinning animals at a fast pace is demeaning work. Many slaughterhouse workers are illegal aliens- hired by management with full knowledge of their status.

    Nicholas Meat Co. in west central PA will pay up to \$20.30/ hour for production or “harvest” worker and needs to continuously advertise for workers.

  36. If, as it appears, the experiment that was called ‘America’ is at an end … then perhaps a fitting epitaph would be … ‘here lies America the greatest nation that might have been had it not been for the Edomite bankers who first stole their money, used their stolen money to buy their politicians and press and lastly deprived them of their constitutional freedom by the most evil device yet created — The Federal Reserve Banking System.
    G. D. McDaniel

    As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.
    H. L. Mencken

  37. The media lies and misrepresents EVERYTHING, usually on purpose. Take the meme “Let’s go Brandon”. I checked out of curiosity, how many news forums claimed that the reporter, Kelli Stavast, who covered Brandon Browns win at the Talladega Superspeedway event claimed that she misunderstood the crowd who was screaming, F– Joe Biden, as screaming instead “Let’s go Brandon”. I highly doubt it. I no the reporters doubt it, yet they are believing it. There is no way one can misunderstand what the crowd was screaming, so loud and clear were they. No, the reporter was just embarrassed or, since all main stream reporters are leftists, she was just covering for Joe Biden again, like they always do.

  38. Observator, you’re making it all economic, as in Big Energy vs Big Finance…all this “woke” crap that The Left has forced on the Democrats has a lot to do with the division and Biden’s downward trend…Carville and Maher keep pointing this out, but they’re being ignored or attacked…apparently you don’t “get it” either…you sound like Michael Gerson

  39. bjondo says:

    The only way McAuliffe and Spamburger win
    in VA will be good old massive corruption.

    I’ve heard citizens would rather see bugs
    in their beds than these two back in office.

    5 dancing shlomos

  40. @roonaldo

    Biden is following a fairly predictable course for a progressive dementia. His periods of lucidity are getting shorter, and his descents more common and marked. No doubt they are pumping him full of the latest experimental drugs, but to no avail. He won’t make 2024, and even next year seems increasingly unlikely.

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