This is an unusual strategy, but if it worked I might try it myself. But is high gas prices, massive inflation, abandoning possibly thousands in Afghanistan, and wide-open birders really popular with Americans? And if it is, why has his popularity fallen to just 40% in the latest polls? He barely beat out AIDS and Joe Piscopo in the polling.
Look, if you like paying $3.50 for a gallon oF gas, try my site where I will sell you a gallon of gas for $22.36 dollars a gallon plus $461.00 for shipping and handling. (Per gallon)
But if this works for Joe, I plan on using it to enhance my love life. Sure, I am old, fat, ugly, with a terrible disposition, but there couldn’t be hope for me. I will find that I can date any woman I please. I will also find out I don’t please any. On dating sites, I will inform women that I can give them the 1 hour and 23 seconds of the best pleasure they will ever know. (I will hide the fact that it only works on the night they turn the clocks ahead.)
Hunter Biden could write a book called, “How to Succeed By Utterly Failing.” The book will sell for half a million a copy but the names of the buyers will be strictly confidential.
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The White House on Monday circulated a memo ahead of a critical week on Capitol Hill for President Biden’s legislative agenda that highlighted public support in polling for Biden’s economic package.
“As we enter the final phase of legislative negotiations over the President’s economic package – the evidence is overwhelming that the wind is at our backs and the public is eager for both of these packages to become law,” the memo states.
The White House is working to unite progressives and moderates in order to get both the Senate-passed infrastructure bill and a $3.5 trillion reconciliation package across the finish line.
Biden last week hosted several groups of lawmakers at the White House in hopes of resolving their differences. Progressives say they will not vote for the infrastructure bill until the $3.5 trillion package passes the House, but moderates have voiced concerns about the price tag and various elements of the larger package.
“I’m optimistic about this week. It’s going to take the better part of the week,” Biden told reporters Sunday evening as he arrived at the White House following a weekend at Camp David.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has set a Thursday vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill, pushing back a planned Monday vote on the package.
Oh, to be older than air and twice as polluted.
Joe, it’s okay to spread the BS around, but I don’t suggest you step in it.