Tuesday, January 21, 2020



Even if Joe wasn't senile, he'd be an awful president.

(Ryan Grim at The Intercept.com)

"As early as 1984 and as recently as 2018, former Vice President Joe Biden called for cuts to Social Security in the name of saving the program and balancing the federal budget. Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders highlighted Biden’s record on Social Security in prosecuting the case that Biden isn’t the most electable candidate. The issue could be raised again in Tuesday night’s debate.

After a Sanders campaign newsletter continued the attack on Biden’s Social Security record, the Biden campaign complained to fact-checkers at Politifact that his comments were being taken out of context. Placed in context, however, Biden’s record on Social Security is far worse than one offhand remark. Indeed, Biden has been advocating for cuts to Social Security for roughly 40 years."

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(The Humanist Report on YouTube.com)

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President George "The Worst" Bush, under whose watch the atrocities of 9-11 occurred, having illegally and under ludicrously false pretenses destroyed a country, killing and displacing millions of innocent people, after starting an endless war against a scary noun, that continues to waste trillions of dollars and countless lives to this day, regrets most of all that he didn't hand over the Social Security Program to greedy corporations.

The World doesn't fear any so called Axis of Evil, they fear Assholes of Evil, that play around with the most powerful military in human history.


George W. Bush Reveals His Biggest Failure Was Not Privatizing Social Security
(Elyse Siegel posted at Common Dreams.org)

"Former President George W. Bush signaled on Thursday that he sees not
privatizing Social Security as his greatest failure from the eight
years he served in the White House, the Chicago Tribune reports.

The unpopular Republican leader made the suggestion while speaking at
a trade conference in the Windy City, where he discussed his legacy and
also offered a glimpse into what readers can expect from his
forthcoming memoir, Decision Points.

"I would like to be remembered as a guy who had a set of priorities,
and was willing to live by those priorities," explained Bush. "In terms
of accomplishments, my biggest accomplishment is that I kept the country
safe amidst a real danger."

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