Who’s “Outrageous,” Mr. Biden?

   “America is Back” was your motto at the first NATO Summit last year.  And you’ve come to this summit here and the one in Germany after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned constitutional protections for abortion, after the shootings in Buffalo and Texas, at a time of record inflation, and as new polling this week shows that 85 percent of the U.S. public thinks the country is going in the wrong direction.

How do you explain this to those people who feel the country is going in the wrong direction, including some of the leaders you’ve been meeting with this week, who think that when you put all of this together, it amounts to an America that is going backward? (That question from Darlene Superville from the Associated Press.)

THE PRESIDENT:  They do not think that.  You haven’t found one person — one world leader to say America is going backwards.  America is better positioned to lead the world than we ever have been.  We have the strongest economy in the world.  Our inflation rates are lower than other nations in the world.  The one thing that has been destabilizing is the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States on overruling not only Roe v. Wade, but essentially challenging the right to privacy.

1.  America is NOT better positioned to lead ANYTHING that it’s ever been.

2.  We do NOT have the strongest economy in the world.

3. Our inflation rates are NOT lower than other nations in the world….they’re rather in the middle of the pack.

4. The Supreme Court of the United States rules by the Constitution, not our whims…

And what the HECK kind of president goes to Europe and INSULTS our biggest court of our LAND?

A Democrat president.    Like Obama.   Now Joe waits till he’s in Europe to slam our Court as behaving OUTRAGEOUSLY.    Mr. Biden, YOU have behaved OUTRAGEOUSLY.


“The Supreme Court is the highest court in our land.  Our country has survived over the years because we have respected and lived by their decisions whether we like them or not.  I was not in favor of the ruling last week, I may even work to change it somehow, but we are  a proud America, I am proud to be her president, and we will see what comes next.”




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18 Responses to Who’s “Outrageous,” Mr. Biden?

  1. bocopro says:

    Hot air generators with no circulation . . . word salad with no nutritional value whatever . . . foto ops with smiley emoticons and cardboard cutouts.

    Biden doesn’t have dyslexia; he has dyslogica / he doesn’t have face blindness; he has truth blindness / he isn’t into onset of senility; he simply lacks sensibility.

    People are concerned about inflation, fuel prices, and shortages. The Swamp is concerned about climate, abortion, and Jan 6.

    Can you say “disconnect” . . . I thought you could.

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  2. Mustang says:

    Bunkerville pulled back the curtain earlier today. Her glimpse into the future isn’t reassuring, but hey … the American voters “got this.” Ron’s disconnect is the scary version and the Third World War is only moments away.


  3. geeez2014 says:

    BUNKERVILLE “People are concerned about inflation, fuel prices, and shortages. The Swamp is concerned about climate, abortion, and Jan 6” ……Which could be our saving grace…. The People just MIGHT finally be learning that swamp is closing in on them and they won’t like it.
    Could you imagine a sitting president EVER saying the things he did in Europe…or anywhere?

    MUSTANG… Third WOrld War is scary enough for most Americans…..and I can’t see it NOT happening the way Biden’s behaving/talking.
    How many years did it take for Biden to STILL not understand what patriotic presidents should say, particularly overseas?


  4. bocopro says:

    O.K. Here’s the opening salvo from the Rad Left’s hopes for 2024:

    By God we have a mid-term to save, and then a general election to steal. We can NOT allow 6 robed “justices” to block our “progress” toward Utopia. We must suspend the activities of the Supreme Court, eliminate the filibuster, and dissolve the electoral college, and we must do it NOW !

    Congress MUST have the unfettered flexibility to codify and pass, even if just by simple majority, such crucial issues as abortion, court packing, vote-by-mail, and transsexual rights. Only then can we relax and enjoy the fruits of our labors by killing babies, collapsing the electrical grid, and outfitting our warriors with the proper lipstick, half-heels, tampons, and pride flags.

    We cannot allow people who object to our agenda to protest and demonstrate at the capitol. That sort of thing should take place only on the steps of the Department of Justice and at the homes of the SCotUS members.

    Things won’t get better until that ancient piece of parchment with all its archaic rhetoric about “rights” and “freedoms” and “separation of powers” is either completely modernized or totally scrapped. The major obstacle to world peace, climate control, women’s health care, and gender fluidity is the Constitution, and it has to go, along with Donald Trump and cooties.



  5. peter3nj says:

    The streets of Manhattan’s Times Square and Broadway theater district is packed shoulder to shoulder with tourists and locals (the locals (easy to spot in their African garb, dirty sneakers and hoodies in 95 degree weather.) This is a microcosm of the new america with brave out of town tourists undeterred by runaway rampant crime and the homeless fornicating and pooping on the sidewalks. Meanwhile gleaming new commercial and residential real estate seemingly touching the sky continues non-stop. Well the Chinese executive class has to live somewhere.
    On the other hand we must be a strong nation if we can live with un affordable housing, triple digit inflation, disappearing 401K’s, anti-american curricula in every level of academia, men in high heels, unsustainable commercial aviation, day care on our naval ships, Bill Gates, CNN, Hollywood, Disney, one justice away from losing SCOTUS, unfettered illegal immigration, South America going communist $5 gas and Joe Biden at the helm.
    Come on everyday America toughen up we’re still less than a generation away from losing our country, it’ll be over before we know it.


  6. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO and PETER……..well, you both just about nail the conditions we’re living in right now…sadly 🙂







  7. bunkerville says:

    Time is short… What could not be done with a gun.. has been done with a pen. Going to be a rough ride.. As in the final scene of Planet of the Apes.. “You finally did it.”

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Baysider says:

    Number one rule of unity or solidarity: you don’t go overseas and air your family’s dirty laundry. Everything about Biden is disgusting. 1.0, 2.0. 3.0 … where are we now? 101.0?

    YOUR response is pitch perfect, of course, coming from a truly American-republican heart. Did I say Biden is disgusting?

    Related: reading the book Redhanded now. It’s our pols’ sleazy coziness with China for $$$. Just heard this quote which FITS all these wanna be authoritarians and shows what they think of us.

    Justin Trudeau was asked as a young MP which country’s administration he most admired. “There is a level of admiration I actually have for China because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime and say “we need to go greenest, fastest. We need to invest in solar.”

    Man! ALL these low lives slather over the absolute authority and dictatorial powers of this monster state to run over you. They think nothing of giving away our freedoms for their business interests which they and their families would never have if not elected to power. Talkin’ to BIDEN for sure. But Bush, Pelosi, Baccus, Cohen, McConnell and a host of others. I think it undergirds their fabulist lies about the state of things. Citizens be damned, don’t stand between me and my wallet! So they badmouth a good country and soft peddle the vicious crushing of dissent in Hong Kong, e.g. “I don’t see what the problem is with freedoms in Hong Kong” said one with deep financial ties in China and their education efforts here. Too bad they were merely Chinese protesters, not black. They have a nasty habit of bad mouthing a good country and its liberty..

    Kissinger once said something I translate to: “when China needs us they’ll be nice. When they don’t need us they won’t. Let’s make money while we can.”

    WE are an inconvenient necessity for their road to riches and power, since they have to somehow get the votes. Well, Biden shows a dead man walking can get votes then say and do what he wants. ONLY Trump – who terribly worried the Chinese – could not. Reinforces whose side he was truly on, warts and all. He did speak for American interests without slamming others. Just be the leader and stand up for what’s good. Is that too much to ask? Rant not over – but I’ve gone on too long.


  9. geeez2014 says:


    What Would Reagan Do? Presidential Biographer Says He Wouldn’t Back Cheney’s Trashing Of Trump
    by usafeaturesmediaJuly 1, 2022
    Presidential historian Craig Shirley said during a Thursday evening Fox News interview he is baffled as to why the Reagan Presidential Library invited Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) to speak there.

    That’s because he knows that the late President Ronald Reagan would not at all approve of Cheney’s trashing of former President Donald Trump.

    Craig Shirley, who is also a conservative political consultant, told Laura Ingraham that the decision was “a mystery” to him.

    Shirley said, “The first thing that came to my mind was Reagan’s famous Eleventh Commandment: ‘Thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican.’ And yet she’s made a career speaking ill of fellow Republicans, not just Donald Trump. So why they would have her there, I have no idea.”


  10. geeez2014 says:

    BAYSIDER…So you believe BUSH was a “citizens be damned” person, too…?

    I think you’re SO RIGHT HERE, I TOTALLY think this, too…”ONLY Trump – who terribly worried the Chinese – could not.”
    That dovetails on how I believe Trump was NOT going to have anything happen to US on HIS watch, and CHina’s hurting us in so many ways was part of that. They HATED HIM…..The Left will say “isn’t that sad? We should all get ALONG, then all is well!”

    ABSOLUTE STUPID RUBBISH..>DANGEROUS RUBBISH……….. It’s what Gutfeld wisely called “The weaponization of compassion”…China knows where liberals’ heads are…and LIKES it.

    Super comment, thanks.


  11. geeez2014 says:

    BAYSIDER…just saw this about LINCOLN….A man of deep faith…which probably kept him going after all these difficult times…..
    “This man was born in 1809.
    In 1816, at age 7, he was forced to work because his family was expelled.
    In 1818, he lost his mother.
    In 1828, he lost his sister.
    In 1831, he opened his first business and went bankrupt.
    In 1832, he stood in the legislative elections and lost.
    In 1833, he borrowed money to open another business and went bankrupt again.
    In 1835, he met a wonderful woman. He falls in love with her, they get engaged, and she dies.
    In 1836, he entered a dark period of his life: deep depression.
    He remains bedridden for 6 consecutive months. But he gets up.
    He gets up and in that same year of 1836 he runs in the legislative elections and loses again.
    In 1840 he presented himself as an elector; he loses.
    In 1842, he met the woman he would end his life with.
    They fall in love, get engaged, get married and she gives him 4 children and they lose 3 (three).
    In 1843, he appeared at the congresses and lost.
    In 1845, he appeared again at the congresses and lost again.
    In 1850, his son died.
    In 1854, he ran for the Senate and lost.
    In 1856, he ran for Vice President, he didn’t even have 100 votes.
    In ’58, he ran again for the Senate and lost again.
    And in 1860 ABRAHAM LINCOLN was elected President of the United States of America 🇺🇸.
    He was elected for two exceptional terms (he was assassinated in beginning of the second term.) He was one of the most respected and impactful Presidents in the history of the United States 🇺🇸.
    It’s important to tell this story of perseverance because we see the hero, but we don’t see the backstage of the afflictions. “


  12. MAL says:

    Bay, what you said is spot on. Other leaders may or may not have liked Trump, but they respected him because they knew HE knew what he was doing was best for his country, like any leader should. Trump said something in one of his speeches about how all leaders should put their country first. He also didn’t get us into a war. He’s the first President in a long time to do that. The only shot he ordered was when there was a threat by one of the radical Muslim groups he sent in a plane to dropped a bomb and wipe out their warehouse supply. No war or other shots fired. Mission accomplished.


  13. MAL says:

    Z, I hadn’t heard any of that about old Abe! It just shows what tenacity does for some folks.

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  14. Baysider says:

    Z, I have seen something similar about Lincoln, and it really does provide the context for his character, does it not? It is said the 2 of the most influential books on his thinking were Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Sufferings in Africa, a memoir by a ship’s captain taken by into slavery in North Africa after the wreck of their vessel. I highly recommend it. Boy, is it insightful.

    And, yes, I think Bush had his eye on the moneypot in China. How malevolent? He was one of the first, when China looked small and safe. The Kissinger paraphrase when China needs us they’ll be nice. When they don’t need us they won’t. Let’s make money while we can” probably applies more to him than malevolence. He could be a “big” guy and have his whole family – brother, children – well received and adulated in China. Powerful. But long term it was NOT in our interest to full bore help an unregenerate authoritarian regime gain power and influence while temporarily hiding their stripes and while pretending that you we helping them democratize. Totally mis-managed.


  15. geeez2014 says:

    BAYSIDER< hi! You mean George H Bush, don’t you…having lived in China, having got to know the Chinese quite well. I don’t care if I sound naive here when I say I don’t believe this George Bush would have padded his pockets with Chinese money. I have friends who knew him and tell amazing stories of his love for this country, his humility, his kindness.

    Love the two books Lincoln was influenced by…good for him. I'm a fan; I know some of my readers aren't, and that's sad.


  16. geeez2014 says:

    And I think George W Bush would have been too stupid to arrange anything with the Chinese.


  17. Baysider says:

    HW Bush served early in China before the CIA, then brother Prescott stepped into China business, collecting Bush family friends and connections to officials. Prescott collected an array of financial partners in China. But he said “Oh, no, my business has nothing to do with my family’s political power.” Then in W’s presidency, it continued. Uncle Neil got a great deal in a computer firm without expertise (a la Hunter sans the drugs and hopefully sans the kickbacks to the Big Guy). Jeb too. NOTHING as flat out bribery as Hunter Biden. Or Dianne Feinstein. My gawd, she excused the tanks in Tianamen Square as not having a local police force. (That would be a surprise to local security forces.) Then pivoted to equate it with Waco. During Senate hearings over human rights abuses she called China’s abuses “Beijing’s humans rights posture” then turned her guns on America for its sins. She had the gall to try to create a Human Rights Abuse Panel to study abuses in both China AND the U.S., suggesting they look at the successes and failures of both Tiananmen Square and Kent State. (Congress shot this down.) She had no trouble assailing others for abuses – just not the government with which her husband had deep business ties. Such sleaze – so not, I don’t think the Bushes are that bad.


  18. geeez2014 says:

    I know that not believing every American politician is in politics for his own financial success is naive…..and I’m so delighted to be so. I don’t think anyone has to believe all family members support or benefit from the plundering of some………

    Before we got BIDEN instead of TRUMP, we all agreed on most subjects, which we discussed in terrific comments from all my readers …we were a united front for America, though none of us stupidly believes the best about ANYTHING…Even I believe there are some very EVIL people in all governments across the world, including ours………And all I read these days on the blogs is uniting in discouragement and only the terrible information on the news….. That won’t happen here no matter how many readers I’m losing.


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