I saw a bumper sticker saying, "Make America KIND again."
Will the progressive policies that Joe Biden has agreed to implement as POTUS really be so K I N D to the American people?
Or will the implementation of those policies erase all the benefits, freedoms and joys of life that America offers under the Constitution.
Doesn't sound K I N D, if you ask me.
(Or even legal!)
Your post is too ambiguous. You need to give some examples. He is a very polite gentleman, unlike our coarse President child-in-chief.
One need only look to the current actions of the left to understand that 'kind' is just another word they want to change the meaning of.
The definition, per the left, will be no security and safety for the poor, demonization of certain ethnic groups, mob violence, looting, the general dismantling of society, poverty and homelessness.
I laughed when I saw this title.
I had just seen this video, what a counter to that quote!
Okay then. How about "Make America Competent Again" or "Make America Respected Again" or "Make America Smart Again" or "Make America Not a Continuous Dumpster Fire Again"?
Any of those work?
Kindness requires empathy and caring for other people. It would be a relief to hear and see that again in a president.
As for his policies, yes, Democrats are trying to ensure health care for all while Republicans are trying to take it away, with no alternate plan. One seems vastly more kind than the other.
My "loser" veteran husband, who is no longer a Republican, agrees. The GOP has only Trumpism to offer and he is not interested in staying in a cult
How is it that the other side of that health "care" concept is never mentioned by liberals? That Biden wishes to force people already responsible for themselves and their family to also cover the costs of the neighbor that is unwilling to take responsibility for themselves? That refuses to put forth the effort to provide for themselves and instead simply feeds off the generosity of others?
I know, it's just so darn cruel isn't it? Damn, that's even worse than using taxpayer funds to bail out the auto industry. What horrors we must endure in this terrible, terrible world.
This old "only the rich" deserve privileges doesn't fly in our society anymore. While its true that some people are parasites to society, the majority are hard-working, or they want to be if or when jobs are available (again controlled by the rich). Then there are people who can afford health care, but the old system refused them because they had pre-existing conditions. Sorry, but that dog is old and he "don't hunt no more."
Why, because you are overlooking the fact that you and I are going to pay for medical care for these parasites when they go to the ER from an accident or because they are too sick not to seek medical care. And many times they are diagnosed with a stage 3 or stage 4 cancer that costs the taxpayer money when they could have been treated less expensively if it had been caught early.
Likewise you are forgetting that you and I are paying for homes to be rebuilt over and over again for the rich in coastal areas. We are paying through raised premiums on our homeowners insurance. My own home has not appreciated in several years, but my premium has gone up by $200 a year in the last two or three years.
Because they get treated anyway and if they have access to preventative health care, it will save money.
Pelosi is telling Biden not to debate, because he should not condescend to deal with the likes of Trump.
Yeah, Joe's too kind.
His policies seems good ... too good to be true?
As in who is volunteering to be TAX SLAVES?
Democrat's, per usual?
Kindness is allowing people to keep their own money and solve the majority of their own problems.
Citizens do solve the majority of their local (own) social problems as they freely earn their own livings with self-chosen jobs or careers, especially if they posses a sense of pride of family, city, state and nation, especially when they can say: "I've done it myself / my way."
When one is relied upon (robbed) to pay for the sake of the "downtrodden," both surfer. The people who "have less than others" are pinpointed and negatively labeled to their own detriment. And those who are taken from resent them.
It's not kind.
The phrase, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions," rings totally true here ...
I see so many Republicans preaching "gotta be self-sufficient." My father preached that too, as a Democrat. It is an illusion that the Democrats take away personal freedoms from the people and the Republicans give them back. Most of the socialistic reforms are coming from a minority group of Socialists masquerading as Democrats. Most Democrats are not ultra liberal. President Bill Clinton put a stop to unlimited welfare for freeloading people by limiting it to 2 years and fixing it to where families couldn't move from state-to-state every two years and draw from another state when their welfare ran out. He balanced the budget. I wish some other Democrats would take lessons from him. I guess that was K I N D to us taxpayers. Even Republicans can't say that they stopped the majority of the welfare drain.
Republicans, on the other hand, give big tax breaks to the rich and still continue to tax the middle class and the poor who have jobs. All the while pulling the wool over the eyes of their followers who think their little temporary tax break is from their "beneficent" party. Meanwhile they are attempting to take away hard earned freedoms from women. That isn't K I N D.
It's always K I N D to get "free" money from Uncle Sam. It's not so K I N D when you have to give it, though - when you are charged 1,000 times what others do, for the exact same privilege of living in this country that they have, it isn't very K I N D, is it?
That argument would have been very true... 30 years or more ago.
Back then Democrats did fight for the "Working Class" the American people.
Today's Democrats are more vile and corrupt than even the Republicans at the Federal level.
And they are just as beholden to International funders, banks, and big business (IE - Big Pharma) as the Republicans, if not more so.
This argument that people will be better off with Democratic leadership is not founded on reality you can example.
Look at the States that have been under rock solid Democrat leadership for decades... like CA & NY.
Compare them to equally heavily populated States like Texas and Florida.
There is a reason why people are fleeing CA and NY and going to places like Texas and Florida. It has a lot to do with how those States are run, and which Party controls them.
In the past, Marxism and the threat of Socialism/Communism was a concern of both parties: Democrats and Republicans, alike! What has happened, I wonder?
The unification of the deep state left with the left.
The left really should try to weed out the socialists. But then kind Joe explained recently that he is not for socialism at all.
AH a Ha ha ha lol lol!!!
He is funny! Not kind!
... just hilarious.
The people have no power and they have no money.
We are in pretty bad shape, eh? What is holding us together and preventing us from becoming like Venezuela?
Something is keeping us afloat even during this time of economic and societal shut-down.
Whatever it is, it is powerful.
It is something Kind Joe will never understand.
Although, I hope he comes to his own thinking and acknowledges what it is.
one more day of Great America.
One more day til
Tear America Down.
As in Flat on its Face.
TAD hat, anyone?
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