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Repeating history under Biden

After electing an affable, “man of the people” politician as president, we saw our country plunge into one calamity after another. We had seen long lines at the pump, skyrocketing inflation, exponential increases in gas prices, conflict with Iran, high unemployment, very weak job growth and rising tensions between Israel and its neighbors. This “national malaise” came to define Jimmy Carter’s presidency and he was soundly defeated after four years by Ronald Reagan. Isn’t it ironic that Joe Biden recently went to Georgia to do a photo-op with Jimmy Carter?

History is repeating itself but even worse. Joe Biden, in 100 days, has created long lines at the gas pump, skyrocketing inflation, exponential increases in gas prices, conflict with Iran, high unemployment, very weak job growth and a near-war between Israel and its neighbors. Biden has matched Carter’s hand and raised it considerably. In addition to the calamities above, Biden has cancelled pipelines, choking off valuable fuel to our country, he has opened our borders to anybody who wants to come here illegally and he has run up our national debt to an all-time high of $28.3 trillion and quickly headed towards $33 trillion by the end of his term in office. In addition, he is coddling our enemies — China, Russia and Iran — and turning his back on allies, Canada and Israel. May God protect us over the next four years and help us to elect Kristi Noem or Ron DeSantis in 2024!

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