Inflation Is Irrelevant If You Can’t Buy Anything Anyway

Inflation worries are pushing down approval ratings for President Biden and the Democrats. But this might be one of those cases of two wrongs making a right. Or maybe three. You can’t really spend extra money on higher prices if there’s no one around to sell you a product, or if the product is still stuck on a container ship somewhere.

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  • alex_the_tired
    November 26, 2021 6:19 AM

    Ah, Thanksgiving. Another pointless holiday invented by industry (or corrupted by it) to sell the consumer stuff(ing). I wonder what the carbon footprint per person is on this? I know the Bidens flew to one of Joe’s owners’ fortresses for scraps and to lick one of the Masters’ hands. I hope the polisci students are taking notes. This was how the democratic party ended. A Hindenburg-esque senile centrist who is applauded for finally barely passing a watered-down version of a bill that wasn’t enough to begin with. The Republicans seem to have gotten those maps locked down, and that will permanently shunt the dems right out of the picture as anything even remotely like a political force. Joe Biden, the 21st century’s Millard Fillmore. See you at the polls.

    • “This was how the democratic party ended.”

      At least there’s one bright spot.

      It’s time to shovel these two obstructing shit piles (Rs and Ds) off of the road to progress.

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