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https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-damage-president-biden-russia-ukraine-putin

It seems to me that we are now entering a phase where causal factors no longer matter and  momentum / trajectory effects are governing. Causes may be interesting from a clinical perspective, they can certainly be debated and examined, but the trajectory is now set regardless of what factors influenced the change in orbit.

In other words it’s too late to influence the trees direction of fall…. see “Idiots with Chainsaws” on Youtube. If you find yourself shouting "NOooo" at the screen, that's about how I've felt for the last 10 years or so.

I maintain that within any system worth protecting, the total vulnerability of the system is always equal to the sum of the individual vulnerabilities and that trapping those individual vulnerabilities is what allows for the range of adjustment and protection of the whole.

I’m certainly not a financial guy but I simply don’t see what’s left to adjust in the form of pain mitigation. IMO, the tree is now in motion and it will fall where gravity and the winds of fate decide it should.  

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Obama White House Doctor Calls For Immediate Biden Resignation: ‘Not Cognitively Capable Of Leading’

Former White House physician Ronny Jackson, who served in the role under the Obama and Trump administrations, said on Friday that Democrat President Joe Biden needed to immediately resign to spare putting the country through more suffering because Biden is not mentally fit to be president.

“Biden doesn’t know what’s going on with Ukraine,” Jackson tweeted. “He doesn’t know what’s going on with ANYTHING! He’s not cognitively capable of leading. He needs to RESIGN before our country suffers any more.”

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ukraine-no-fly-zone-worth-risks-putin-rep-brian-mast

Republicans need to look at a calendar and stop saying crazy things. Even supply lines that run through NATO countries are a potential problem here without shooting down Russian aircraft or pretending that "somehow" it wouldn't happen if a ring of steel went up in Ukraine.

All it takes to win the midterms here is not being crazy, that's a pretty low bar and they still struggle with it. Since Democrats are unhinged and certifiable, this should be pretty easy.

Just show people you are moderate, sensible and that you have a plan that relates to the issues in a reasonable way... one that's less likely trigger WW3 would be good.  I wonder why this is so hard for them...  

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22 hours ago, Wolfhunter said:

All it takes to win the midterms here is not being crazy

And it seems they just can't do it. Seriously now... who do sensible people vote for in a world of partisan stupidity?

Note to Republicans: if you insist on being crazy, resolve to not be crazier than Democrats. This isn't that:

US senators dismiss 'World War III' worries, say US forces would dominate Russian troops

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35 minutes ago, Wolfhunter said:

And it seems they just can't do it. Seriously now... who do sensible people vote for in a world of partisan stupidity?

Note to Republicans: if you insist on being crazy, resolve to not be crazier than Democrats. This isn't that:

US senators dismiss 'World War III' worries, say US forces would dominate Russian troops

That may be true if it was going to be fought along the lines of WW II, but if the weapons that are at our disposal now there will only be losers, and no one will escape it.

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Interesting…things that make you go hmmmmmm…….if Hunter Biden and Hillary Clinton are so squeaky clean as they claim….why would Russia ban them  :Scratch-Head:

 

The Russian government announced sanctions against 13 Americans on Tuesday in response to sanctions that the U.S. and the West have placed on Russians in the wake of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine late last month.

“In response to a series of unprecedented sanctions banning, among other things, entry into the United States for top officials of the Russian Federation, from March 15 of this year, President J Biden is included in the Russian ‘stop-list’ on the basis of mutual reciprocity,” Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs saidin a statement. “Biden, Secretary of State A Blinken, Minister of Defense L Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff M Milly, as well as a number of department heads and other American leaders.”

The sanctions were an “inevitable consequence of the extremely Russophobic course taken by the current US Administration, which, in a desperate attempt to maintain American hegemony, has relied, discarding all decency, on the frontal constricting of Russia,” the statement claimed. “At the same time, we do not refuse to maintain official relations if they meet our national interests, and, if necessary, we will solve problems arising from the status of persons who appear on the ‘black list’ in order to organize high-level contacts.”

Those sanctioned included:

  • US President Joe Biden
  • Secretary of State Antony Blinken
  • Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin
  • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley
  • National Security Adviser Jacob Sullivan
  • CIA Director William Burns
  • White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki
  • Daleep Singh, Biden’s deputy national security adviser for international economics
  • United States Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power
  • President Biden’s son Hunter Biden
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  • Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo
  • Reta Jo Lewis, president and chairman of the board of directors of the Export-Import Bank
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Biden officials fear "mass migration event" if COVID policies end
 

The issue of immigration has plagued President Biden since he took office, opening him up to criticism from both the right and the left.

  • Democrats have been most critical of the continued use of Title 42, which they see as a cruel Trump-era policy. 
  • Republicans have pointed to record numbers at the border, and reports of migrants being released into the U.S. by overwhelmed officials.

By the numbers: After declining in January, the number of encounters with migrants at the border ticked up in February to 165,000, according to data released Tuesday. 

  • Border patrol arrests reached an all-time high in fiscal year 2021, at nearly 1.7 million. 

Officials are projecting similar numbers for this fiscal year with the end of Title 42, according to sources familiar with the estimates.


https://www.axios.com/biden-border-mexico-migrants-title-42-a91b6441-2197-463f-ab1f-2435824a9566.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axiosam&stream=top

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4 hours ago, st27 said:

It’s not just the US/Mexico border that is under pressure….imagine this showing up in your front yard:

 

There is the other side of the issue. How would you like to be one of the migrants who were so desperate that they felt compelled to risk their life on a poor, over crowded boat to get away from life in Haiti.

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Ya, I get it ..but illegal migration isn’t fair for legal immigrants either, let alone the owner of this property who worked his ass off to buy the property and have his privacy invaded… would you like to have this happen your residence?

If conditions in Haiti are so bad, why don’t they migrate to the other, prosperous end of the island? The DR is about 3 times the size of Haiti and I don’t hear of citizens escaping the conditions there. And there is always Cuba a stones throw away.

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the vast majority of them if not all will be processed by US Customs and Immigration and LEGALLY seek refuge in the US.  Like the vast majority of immigrants and refugees

 

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23 hours ago, boestar said:

the vast majority of them if not all will be processed by US Customs and Immigration and LEGALLY seek refuge in the US.

Maybe not……..

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A total 158 people swam to shore from the vessel, which was roughly 200 meters away from land. They were taken into CBP custody when they arrived and will be interviewed and processed for removal proceedings, according to CBP.
A remaining 198 people stayed on the boat and were stopped by the U.S. Coast Guard and transferred to the agency's boats. They have since been repatriated to Haiti.

Why should an illegal act be rewarded with a legal proceeding?

I know deSantis doesn’t want migrants flooding ashore….maybe it’s sinking in on Biden.

https://abcnews.go.com/International/100-haitian-migrants-land-florida-keys-single-boat/story?id=83440685

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so the article clearly says they were all processed by BBP and were repatriated to Haiti.

It is not clear if ALL of them were repatriated.

Thats how it works.  you show up and claim refugee status then a determination is made.  Nothing truly illegal about it other than they did not land at a port of entry.

 

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Extremists Launch Attack Against Saudi Oil Facilities. Biden Removed Them From Terrorist List.

A group of Iranian-backed extremists, which Democrat President Joe Biden removed from the official Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) list, claimed credit on Friday for an attack on Saudi energy facilities.

“At (1725), Saudi Aramco’s Bulk Plant in Jeddah was targeted with an act of aggression, the early indications of which suggest that it was targeted by the terrorist, Iran-backed Houthi militia,” the Saudi Press Agency said in a statement. “A fire erupted in (2) tanks in the oil facility; the fire was controlled, and no injuries or loss of life were recorded. This hostile escalation targets oil facilities, and aims to undermine energy security and the backbone of global economy. These hostile attacks had no impact or repercussions in any way, shape or form on public life in Jeddah City.”

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1 hour ago, Jaydee said:

Biden Removed Them From Terrorist List.

And the Goddess of unintended consequences ensures that it all becomes circular. Only the MBA crew will insist there's no connection (and they have charts and graphs to prove it).

The lack of US support for Saudi is the very reason they aren't increasing production (as requested) to assist the US and US desperation serves as motivation for extremest groups who now have a window of opportunity to make their efforts felt on the world stage.

If this was the stated goal of progressives, they could not have planned it better. Ironically, Trump took measures to thwart this... all undone by EO on day one.

You can't always anticipate outcomes, but you can (and should) work to limit obvious vulnerabilities and the security threats that attend them. Refusing to do that, especially with a "I'll think about it tomorrow" attitude is a dangerous, and all too common failing among progressives.

Think about it today (not tomorrow), and Diss the lady in black at your peril. The best you will ever get from her is a smile as she walks by and spares you from a fate you probably deserved, some people call it luck.... it's not, that smile is earned.

 

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Ditto Canada!!

 

How Washington can end the inflation crisis it created

Inflation is a direct result of overbearing, clumsy, dysfunctional government policies 

The good news is, federal policymakers know what spurred inflation to its historic gallopover the last year. The bad news is, it was them.  

That’s why Congress and President Biden spent 2021 ignoring inflation or insisting it was merely "transitory." It’s not. The four-decade high 7% inflation rate Americans endured last year jumped to 7.9% in February and seems headed even higher. Contrary to Democrats’ misdirection, this inflation wasn’t caused by COVID-19, but by the federal government’s ham-handed responses to it.  

Congress has pumped more than $6 trillion in COVID relief into the U.S. economy, while the Fed injected $4.7 trillion into financial markets. Congress authorized almost $2 trillion of this "relief" in 2021, long after most of the country had largely returned to normal, when even progressive economists warned it could trigger inflation. Much of this cash was given to businesses that never closed and households whose wages never fell. Yet the president and his party insisted all their spending was urgently needed.  

BIDEN BLAMING HIGH GAS PRICES ON RUSSIA IS CYNICAL AND DISGRACEFUL

This tidal wave of spending crashed into a supply strangled by regulations and mandates hurting truckers, shippers and energy producers, while paying millions of Americans not to work and handing our critical infrastructure to unions who block efficiency to squeeze more money from the rest of us. 

More >>>>

https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/washington-end-inflation-crisis-sen-rand-paul-kevin-roberts

 

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Quote of the day with huge narrative lessons for all... it refers to Biden's "this man cannot remain in power" comment. 

It won’t matter that all these reckless and stupid remarks have been walked back by the rattled White House. Russians won’t see or hear those reversals; the damage is done. In a war waged by a monster who lies to his people and blocks them from knowing the truth, the narrative is key.   

Runner up quote of the day; and from an individual nominated (IMO) because she's a women:

When asked by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) to provide a definition for the term “woman,” Jackson replied that she was unable to do so because she is “not a biologist.”

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