Biden says that the US economy is too complicated for Americans to understand. He is here to explain it to us. (On a side note: Fox News, please stop the annoying autoplay video on all of your webpages.)

Categories: Presidency


Josey Wales · November 14, 2021 at 11:30 am

Dingle Barry’s CCP asspuppet said that?
The Urkel tag team of Let’s Go Brandon and Bathhouse Barry will make sure the republic is burned down once and for all.
The comrades churned out by the Marxist EDU indoctrination mill are in for a rude shock under “real communism” and it couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of useless idiot minions.

Big Ruckus D · November 14, 2021 at 3:20 pm

joetato is so full of shit he will single assedly assure quarterly gains in the sales and profits of those companies involved in the manufacture of adult diapers. Watch for that to be the only remaining growth sector in the economy from 1Q22.

Also, FUCK joe biden. BTW, ashley asked if she could get another shower with daddy, she just can’t quite get the stink off.

Chris · November 14, 2021 at 7:18 pm

Rather be stupid than a Pedophile like Ol’child groper doper joe

Eric Wilner · November 16, 2021 at 7:06 pm

In truth, the economy is too complicated for any mortal, or group thereof, to understand.
It’s an emergent, self-organized system. Anyone who believes he can direct it is wrong, and most of those who proclaim themselves to be the Smart People With The Answers are in reality dumber than all the hammers in the known universe.

    Brian_E · November 19, 2021 at 6:26 am

    This is the best description of the complexity of the economy and our ability to direct it – but doesn’t recognize that there are known things that can be done to help to destroy it (see current administration’s actions), or help unleash it (see prior administration’s actions). Not recognizing that pesky thing called reality has an impact on the success or failure of our policies and actions. Also – an administration’s being open and truthful about their desired goals helps us properly interpret if it’s policies are appropriate. I find myself asking – if their goal was to as fully as possible to destroy our economy and make it as difficult as possible for it to function – what would they be doing any differently than they are doing now?
    I find that the answer is generally: Not much.

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