Accidental On Purpose

Allow me to ask a personal question: how could anyone politicize baby formula? But for a president and administration who could politicize everything, it only comes natural. How could it not play politics with baby formula when they’ve been playing with babies’ lives on Roe for 50 years? And they treasure every moment of their killing babies agenda.

Now that the validity of that Supreme decision is challenged by another SCOTUS decision, it’s time to ramp up politics again to keep it alive.

However, baby formula is a different thing. That doesn’t fit within the abortion agenda, so it must go on the other side of the political ledger. Bidenistas only care about babies when they belong to illegals coming across the border. Then they use babies as political weapons, feigning compassion. “No cages for babies” but, to leftists, those little tikes would have made excellent abortion candidates only a year or so earlier.

Since illegals are here already, and our responsibility, stockpile baby formula to feed them. The nation needs to have formula sent to the border to take care of illegals’ babies. Who cares about our parents or babies in the US? Who cares if our own people can’t get theirs? They don’t care about our families or children. But pull out all the stops for illegals.

Who would think our government could be so malicious toward its own people? That’s the point, who would think that? But if you don’t really like America, then how are you going to feel about the people? So if you don’t care about the people, why would you care anything about our children?

So one more time, it would be tempting to think something is wrong, there must be a mistake. But it isn’t a mistake. It is actually a success because it is exactly what they intended. The dirty little gimmick here is that people would not think this could be done on purpose, no one would do that intentionally. Oh, but they would and do.

It takes some mental training to combat it. Of course they can turn around to say “no one would want to do that intentionally.” That is the gaslighting part. Who would want to believe it is all on purpose?

We went through this with Obama. We would call it failure. They all saw it as success. The more failure we saw, the more successful they were.

Empty Shelves

The baby formula shortage has become a metaphor for the administration. There are empty shelves all over that just don’t add up. It makes you glad Biden is not in charge of stocking shelves or supplying your local stores.

He’s never worked outside the bureaucracy of the government anyway. Putting him in charge of baby formula would be like asking the fox to guard the hen house. Things could always get worse.

It’s interesting that this crowd will do anything to hasten killing babies on a moments notice — even raise money on it — but not in feeding them . That agenda needs supplied.

What is he going to do about fertilizer or other shortages coming? There is always the basement bunker which seems to hold the answer to almost everything. They see everything as a communication or messaging problem. And denial of the problems does not seem to be working lately.

Immediately, Jen Psaki resorted to blame it on hoarding. It’s called eating not hoarding. Then she suggests talking to your pediatrician. That will fix it. She said they were working on the problem for months. Apparently not successfully. But wait… that is success to them.

Empty heads

The obnoxious ‘derelict of duty’ Joe cannot let criticism of himself fester. He put out a tweet which made little sense. — but what does with Joey? “You want to bring down inflation? Let’s make sure the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share.

Demonizing corporate taxes is not an answer to inflation. It is a deflection, not a solution.
The CPI (consumer price index) was 1.4% when Joe took office in January, 2021. Now it is at 8.3%. What has corporate fair share got to do with inflation?

*in CPI over the year: food at home rose 10.8%. Energy 30.3%; gasoline 43.6%.

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The Two-Step Economy

Tiptoe through the tulips with me.-(Tiny Tim)

 


All of lamestream zoomed in on the unemployment rate dropping below 8%. Media is hailing it everywhere as a solid sign the economy is getting better. (so it has less tumors than it had last month) Proof that its on the mend, so they say. Forget Obama’s failures which are not adding jobs or promise to this economy. I am no economist or scholar, but you don’t have to be to see some trends.

I’ve been watching the to and fro of this economic rollercoaster we’ve been on. How many times has the groundhog stuck his head out of the hole to call for an early spring? (Punxsutawney Phil would be delirious) Whenever there is moderately decent economic news, and wall street follows suit, they said we are on the “road to recovery”.

And there are certainly political reasons they want to wish it better. Contrary to what the lib-progs think, no one is hoping for doom and gloom. No one wants to talk it down. Don’t confuse warnings for wishful thinking. They don’t have to, if the recovery was real you would feel it.

However, there sure are people who want to talk it up. That is very evident. (Jack Welsh wasn’t entirely wrong) But they miss the point. Virtually every time I hear good economic news, I see the price of oil jump, gas and fuel follows. Its been doing that for a few years. I don’t think you need to validate it with a chart. It happens. We get no relief for the oil prices which doubled in Obama’s term. If we project it out, it could triple in his second term, if we see any economic growth. My guess is as good as anyone’s, since that is the direction its been heading based on good news, up.

So that tells me that the other shoe is bound to drop. Sure the Dow may rally on this bit of good news. But then the other shoe will slam to the ground. When it does, oil will shoot up again – call it another gusher. It does that as reality sets in to people that we aren’t “healed” yet and we do not have much to be “confident” about. As far as I can tell, it isn’t really a decent economy until people feel it. They can’t fool and fake people on that. (Hey Jed, let’s move to Beverly Hills…NOT)

Energy is sucking the life-blood out of the economy, but they will parade around the gusher saying we’re on the rebound with oil right in the middle of their celebration. ‘We are on the road forward, and don’t look back’, we hear. When it does shoot up, the economy takes a deep breath and seems to crawl back in its hole. That’s what I’ve seen in this term. There are plenty of reasons they can justify it with from the ME to China to closing coal supplies. There are a plethora of excuses they can make. But it will still have a negative effect on the economy.

So they can tout the below 8% record-breaking trend on unemployment. But there is always room for new record highs for oil. And there will be no shortage of the reasons for it.

Washington wish-mongers may be in denial but the rest of America is not. That is on top of inflation and prices of everything from food to clothing on the rise too. They should feel more like tiptoeing when shouting “recovery!”