2020 was horrible, and now we've got Biden
I lived in Delaware for 16 years, and Joe Biden was my Senator. In fact he was so mouthy that I believed --knowing how absurd it was--that he filled both Senatorial seats by special dispensation. I knew that this could not happen but I sort of kind of believed it anyway. He just sucked all the oxygen from the atmosphere.
I never took him seriously, anyway, as presidential material. He seemed as a nice enough guy, though. (He isn't. I was wrong.) So when none of the rest of the 330 million citizens was available, I had no illusions that he would be to my liking but thought we would muddle through well enough and the republic would still be standing in four years.
wrong again! I am wrong as often as Paul Krugman, and he is a noted economist who is paid to be wrong. What Joe seems to have done is take a list of everything Trump ever did and sought to undo it, no matter how inconvenient this would be or how deleterious for the country. He has managed to make the price of gas go up, allowed the country to be overrun by immigrants and drug cartels. Well, people can disagree about these actions, but what is the upside of kissing up to Iran? Aren't they the bad guys? I seem to remember that they took some Americans hostage and were very nasty about it, so why are they our new best friends? What positive developments can we expect from our friendship with them?
Perhaps they are offering a really good job to Hunter?