Robert Ariail for October 25, 2021

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    PaulGoes  8 months ago

    If it’s holding him back, shouldn’t the ball be label Republicans (or Manchin)?

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    GiantShetlandPony  8 months ago

    The Republicans through extremely low interest rates have been artificially holding inflation at bay, to a limited degree. Is only noticing inflation under Democrats going to become the new only noticing national debt when there is a Demcrat President.

    Inflation itself is not the problem, it’s wages not keeping up with inflation that has been the long standing problem.

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    superposition  8 months ago

    I doubt very much that Biden — or any US politician — is personally impacted by inflation as much as the average middle-class citizen is. The lack of leadership and guaranteeing safe working conditions during the pandemic have shown that our dysfunctional [ridiculously partisan] political system only benefits the very wealthy and as a result our economy has no resilience when compared to other nations.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-resilience-ranking/

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    ferddo  8 months ago

    Usually, economic recovery and growth triggers some inflation with it. Why is this suddenly news to GQPs? Probably it’s not – they just look for any excuse to try to “own the libs”…

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    hjmpianoman  8 months ago

    Hey this video shows how we can fix the supply chain ppl! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75QBx2ir-Q0

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    chromosome Premium Member 8 months ago

    The impact of the pandemic on the economy led to this… If not Biden, it would have been happening no matter who became president.

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    Daeder  8 months ago

    I think the iron ball should say “fickle Americans who seem to have quickly forgotten the insanity and indecency of 2016-2020”.

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