- Sep 30, 2009
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- Boston, MA
My apologies then. You and I always HAVE gotten along well; I think that I’m just a bit miffed that it seems like everyone waited until a Biden victory was apparent before returning. But you’re right; UT fixing the board helped many to return.
I loathe Trump. If you look back over the past year or two, you’d see that I rip him more than anyone on the right.
I do worry about a Biden presidency , but I hope that damage will be limited by the SCOTUS and the Senate.
If he does what he promised in terms of going with a bipartisan approach, that’s as much as I could ask for a D POTUS.
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And my apologies as well.
I think we’re in for mostly partisan gridlock for four years in terms of any major legislation and I’m not really seeing any opportunity at all for the Dems to make their move on the Supreme Court.
I am hopeful for the debt/deficit as we seem to see under Republican Congress/Dem president (granted, we do still have a narrow Dem margin in the House but I bet that gets washed right away in the 2022 midterms). Still, Clinton with the R Congress was the last to balance the budget and we saw Obama get the deficit down to around $500b in his final years if memory serves with a Republican Congress (which Trump promptly jacked right up and got us to $1T BEFORE the pandemic). If history repeats itself yet again and we get some fiscal restraint then you and I might actually agree on a policy achievement for once!