Bye, bye, Biden!


Mr. Biden eating ice cream 26 Feb 2024Next

I have finally figured out why I find Mr. Biden disgusting: He is the ideal conforist American Dad. The ideal middle-class white collar worker bringing home the bacon. The ideal conformist good citizen who savors his biweekly visits to the barber shop to recharge his patriotic masculinity by "man talk" with the barber about last nite's NFL game. The ideal lawn mower. Cheerfully commutes to work and back each day. Goes to church each Sunday and believes or at least says he believes in God (but has no clue what God might be other than something to say he believes in to show he is a normal person).

No, he's not: he just looks that way. (But maybe the rest of them do too?) He's an [at least to all appearances...] ignorant, [at least to all appearances...] stupid, [at least to all appearances...] insecure, [at least to all appearances...] frustrated little man, who sulks. I hypothesize he holds a grudge againt President Obama [who looked down on but had to put up with him]. He thinks he deserves better than being a step-and-fetch-it ("Vice President") in the shadow of a man far above him in every way. He probably knows in his heart he almost lost the 2020 election to Donald Trump, too. He's proving he's a real man by killing commies for Christ in Ukraine (propping up the Zelensky puppet regime in Kiev). When he repeated 3rd grade in school was he one of those little "boys who will be boys" who have no interest in learning anything and just itch for the bell to ring for recess so they can go out in the school yard and pummel each other with their little still growing fists?[1]


And Mr. Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelensky[y] is his ideal son: The perfect chip of the old 1953 Chevrolet BelAir 180 horsepower V8 block, who gets a few "B"s and mostly few "C"s but very important: plays on the high school football team and Daddy gets to cheer for him at "games". Go kid! Go Team! See the USA in your Chevrolet, folks, America is asking you to call; drive your Chevrolet in the USA, America's the greatest land of all! Etcetera and so forth.

Volodymyr Zelensky has captured the minds and hearts of billions of people worldwide. He has gone from a name many did not know to a household name known by many. This gentleman, a former comedian and actor working among the ordinary people of his country who went on to become president of Ukraine, is now the heart and soul of a nation and a notion—the notion that people should be free to live in their country governed by democratic ideas unmolested by their aggressive neighbor to the east. In so doing, Zelensky has become one of the best examples of leadership to surface on the world stage in a long time. He is shaping up to be a generational leader who will live on in the annals of history. He is an incredible example of leadership and the epitome of Purposeful Leadership. (

A hollow man and his hollow son. November action.

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Mr. Biden is America's perfect President. He "played baseball and was a standout halfback and wide receiver on the high school football team. Though a poor student, he was class president in his junior and senior years."(Wikpedia) A hail-fellow-well-met with big dreams for himself. Since he coudn't be God, at least during a Senate Iraq hearing he could hallucinate he was and in a psychotic episode denigrate somebody beneath him who couldn't fight back: USMC Major (ret.) Scott Ritter. He smiles a lot and sometimes grins. Mr. Biden is America's perfect President, in over his head and not big enough to admit it and ask for help.

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  1. "As much as I lacked confidence in my ability to communicate verbally, I always had confidence in my athletic ability, Biden wrote in his memoir, "Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics." Sports were as natural to me as speaking was unnatural. And sports turned out to be my ticket to acceptance — and more. I wasn't easily intimidated in a game, so even when I stuttered, I was always the kid who said, 'Give me the ball.'" (Joe Biden, quoted in "A look back at Joe Biden's days as an athlete", The Daily Pennsylvanian, Lochlahn March, 08/20/20 12:12am) ~ Mr. Biden apparently did not say: "As much as I lacked confidence in my ability to communicate verbally, I always had confidence in my writing ability. Writing was as natural to me as speaking was unnatural. And writing turned out to be my ticket to stand out in school and more. I wasn't easily intimidated in the classroom, so even when I stuttered, I was always the kid who said, 'Give me a pencil, or a piece of chalk chalk.'" President Obama: Give ol' Joey Boy the ball!
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