Dear Mr. President:
Oh, good! As you put it, the inflationary pain we feel is “transitory.” Wait a second. Inflation is old news; we’re now in a recession. It’s not yet a Depression [with a capital “D”]…that would be depressing indeed.
Sarcasm aside, we are in a recession. What does that mean, Joe? It means that while you may have the big bucks to get by, the rest of us are left to pray that the recession doesn’t lead to a Depression. It can, you know. After all, Mr. Biden, you have almost two-and-a-half more years to screw things up. For we, simple citizens, it means hunger and a lot of angst. Remember the Great Depression? The one that had Americans scrounging for a bite to eat? Let’s pray to God that it doesn’t come to that. After all, you do keep telling us that what we are experiencing is just the transitory stage of the road to a better life. If we live that long.
I know that you and your socialist cronies in Congress are feeling the heat as the midterm elections approach. Believe me, it’s not “climate change” that’s making you sweat; it’s the fact that you and your Democrats in Congress have screwed up our lives. President Trump left you an economy that was thriving. Inflation was not an issue when you took office. You’ve got no one to blame for the mismanagement that led us to where we are now — struggling to put food on our tables, paying stupidly high prices to gas up our cars, and in general, having to live with the burden of uncertainty for our children, our elderly moms and dads, and ourselves.
You are right in thinking that everybody is against you. We’re not only against you, we are mad as hell and we’re not going to take it anymore.
Don’t you get it, Joe? Take a tip from the New York Times, a publication that is not so right, politically, but that gets it right in its reporting…once in a while. This story was published just a couple of weeks ago with the headline, As the Planet Cooks, Climate Stalls as a Political Issue. The lead paragraph reads, “Joe Manchin’s rejection of a compromise climate bill tells a familiar story: Voters and politicians put a higher premium on immediate issues, such as inflation and the economy, giving politicians a pass on global warming.”
God blessed America with an abundance of riches, not the least of which is a vast amount of petroleum reserves. The experts tell us that “the United States has proven reserves equivalent to 4.9 times its annual consumption.” So, get real Joe. Electric cars are not the answer — at least not in our lifetime. They’re too expensive. Only the wealthiest among us — folks like you and Madame Nancy Pelosi — can afford them. Give climate change a rest. You may think that it’s an issue that attracts voters but it only panders to the ideologues and the elitists. Give us, the not-so-wealthy segment of the population, a break.
As our Commander-in-Chief you owe us your help now more than ever. Help us, even if you have to upset the ignorant members of your party who think we weakling citizens don’t deserve your attention. Weak as we may be, broke as we might be, we vote too.
I am your age Joe, but I don’t have the financial resources that folks like you and Nancy Pelosi have. I will probably go broke if you don’t give us a break, as many of us will. You have an obligation to all American citizens, whether Democrat or Republican. You pledged to protect us.
President Biden, as Pennsylvania political pundit Russell S. Hepler told the Epoch Times recently, if you and your fellow Democrats “keep pushing this radical leftist, economic, environmental, and cultural agenda, there isn’t going to be much left to America. When you’ve got a Supreme Court nominee who can’t even define a woman, we know this nation is in serious trouble. You can’t survive if you deny reality. That has been the basis for Marxism since its beginning. It’s always based on lies. It’s based on, ‘whatever I say the truth is, as the government, as the party, as the big brother.’”
Let’s face it. You are not going to get a second term in office. The polls are against you and the socialist elements of your party are already plotting to replace you come the 2024 Presidential Election. But you still have a chance to perhaps exit with dignity and maybe, just maybe, be remembered as a likeable enough president, despite your past mishaps.
President, AMAC Action
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