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From: scentman
19-Jan-22
This guy is embarrassing ... this briefing is tough to watch as the leader of the free world is a stuttering, bumbling, incoherent, fool. We are in deep doodoo America.

From: SB
19-Jan-22
No schmidt !

19-Jan-22
but when he whispers...then he's really serious.

From: JL
19-Jan-22
If you're watching Newsmax, Uncle Ted will be on Eric Bolling's show at some point after Prez Biden finishes.

WRT to the pressor....I haven't seen any tough questions regarding getting the rest of the Americans out of A-Stan and stopping the southern border invasion by the illegals.

From: scentman
19-Jan-22
As a Rush baby, this seems very odd that they throw him out there at a time where Russia is about to cause chaos with the world order.

From: Wink501
19-Jan-22
I think it’s both ridiculous and telling that Biden calls on a preselected list of reporters during his so called “press conference”. I wonder if these questions have been pre-approved by his staff and submitted to him beforehand.

From: AZ8
19-Jan-22

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AZ8's embedded Photo

19-Jan-22
Sounds like he's expecting Russia to invade Ukraine and mol gave Putin defacto permission by acknowledging it.Agreed Ukraine was "decades" from being allowed in NATO or placing missiles there (Putin's excuses for invasion)

19-Jan-22
The guy is a lying politician. That’s what they do. That’s who they are. And, it’s what’s required to live that role versus an American citizen down in the ditch that the lying politicians have dug for us.

I know that sounds simplistic. But, it’s the truth. While there are a few that resemble the life and, practices they preach, there are far more willingly and knowingly lying about everything they speak of. From policy to occurrences. It doesn’t matter.

I hold no grudges. I also understand there will always be those that prosper while a vast majority works a lifetime to finally acquire sone form of monetary security. However, anytime you have a group of people in power living a certain way, due to government enforced policy, making the rules for everyone, you are going to see a separation in mind and, in lifestyle.

That’s what we’ve got. That’s what we’ve had. And, it isn’t going to change until every American takes their voting responsibility seriously. And, starts putting on their goggles to see the cause and affect results caused by governing policy.

Until then, we will have the two party puking disaster we have as government. Where the dogs themselves pick the candidates that represent both sides. Versus offering up the best candidate to equally, lawfully, and morally represent this republic.

I think of most politicians as scum. I may have to live with them. But, I certainly don’t intend to marry along giving a single one an ounce of respect until they earn it. And, so far that respect list is very small. And, not looking to grow. It’s human nature. Screw everyone as long as I get mine. Republican and Democrat lifetime politicians alike could attest to that. None are a friend of the American people. That’s a fact. Based solely on the guarantee that our problems are pretty simple to fix. Yet, they never get fixed. There’s only one way that happens.

I’ve made huge money in a years time. I’ve also made what McDonald’s workers make at times. The one thing I know for certain is that $170,000 a year does not produced the $20-30 million dollar net worths that a lot of storied politicians can claim.

From: cnelk
19-Jan-22
Of course the preselected questions were ‘canned’ - just based on the answers Biden gave - lengthy and with his own details.

When the questions went to random, answers were short and blown off.

From: scentman
19-Jan-22
Did he just say" all out nuclear war" ? Time for the hook to get him off the stage.

From: AZ8
19-Jan-22
Love how YT disabled the dislike button this past year after witnessing how pathetic FJB is.

From: cnelk
19-Jan-22
Nice to hear that Heels Up Harris will be his running mate in 2024.

A pair guaranteed to lose.

From: Brian M.
19-Jan-22
"It's quarter of, if you give me easy questions, I'll give you quick answers" . OMG, what a pathetic piece of shit.

From: AZ8
19-Jan-22
Love how YT disabled the dislike button this past year after witnessing how pathetic FJB is.

From: Ben
19-Jan-22
Biden wasn't born. He was made up of thrown away foreskins and there wasn't a brain to put in the carcus.

From: keepemsharp
19-Jan-22
Ben: you misspelleddddd carcus?

19-Jan-22
No matter how deceiving this guy or, any career politician proved/proves to be, half of the people watching this will be gossiping tomorrow, the same lies he’s spreading today. As if him saying it makes it so. For no other reason then he’s a democrat.

Party politics and the puppets it produces, offers more threat to this country then any other variable present today. And ole Joe is a puppet.

From: Grey Ghost
19-Jan-22
Hey Shawn Magyar (Strin)

Your posts exhibit a lot of the same brain rot that Biden suffers from. Pot, meet kettle….

Have you got your next fake registration cued up?

Matt

19-Jan-22
I predicted when he won that during his term there would be another country taking advantage of his weakness. He calls it gaining back the respect of our “European partners”. And every thug around the globe calls it weakness.

So here we go again. And oh by the way. He would love to have us embroiled in another military debacle. The media would of course switch to covering Jan 9th AND how Biden saved the world.

Wag the Dog

we would be back in another military action.

19-Jan-22
WV Mountain.... 3X

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19-Jan-22
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From: cnelk
19-Jan-22
^^^^ classic!!!

But if you can’t beat ‘em - join em

From: JL
19-Jan-22

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JL's embedded Photo
This was a head-shaker for those paying attention. I suppose though what else could he say when he was asked about his performance??

From: spike78
19-Jan-22
Markets should be fine tomorrow with all the BS that came out of his mouth. I did notice he said he drove health care costs down well that’s funny cuz my health insurance just went up 30% this year!

From: azelkhntr
19-Jan-22
The breakaway provinces in SE Ukraine like the Crimea want to join the Russian Federation and tried to via the democratic processes but were rebuffed by the Ukrainian govt. The people there are almost all ethnic Russians, not Ukrainians. Nothing that is happening there is in the Strategic or financial interests of the USA which would justify US entering into any conflicts there. However we know that pedo joe has $1 billion reasons to be interested. He's desperate to take the focus off of his failures and so would like a war with the evil Putin to take the heat off. Isn't going to work I hope. I wish President Trump had dissolved our partnership in NATO when he had the chance. Let the EU sort it out.

From: Rut Nut
19-Jan-22

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Rut Nut's embedded Photo

From: LBshooter
19-Jan-22
Amazing how Joe talked about everything except what's most important. The economy, gasoline prices and out of control crime in major cities and not one reporter asked a question of any substance. More people have died from Covid under Biden than trump and yet the press just lets that go by. Also, have you all noticed how polite the press got when Biden took office? No follow ups to the follow ups to the follow ups, and they sit quietly like good boys and girls until called from the list. What a JOKE! As mentioned previously, puttin is going invade, and Biden won't do a thing. Let's hope the midterms go the right way, and we cam keep the lefts anti America agenda where it belongs, in the crapper.

19-Jan-22
The Media sickens me.Like dogs peeing when patted on the head.They were after Trump before he even got elected.Dishonest scum.

From: Beendare
19-Jan-22
I missed the speech. What did he say about the thousands of immigrants and criminals flooding the border? What was it last month.....many cartel folks, N African terrorists and murders caught along with enough Fentanyl to kill everyone in the US?

Did he explain why he is doing night time flights and bussing these illegals all over the country?

Did he say why they haven't done anything about the infrastructure bill that the Reps put in to streamline the permit process? Its dead in the water waiting....

Did he say what he was going to do about Crime endangering working class Americans that is up as much as 200%, Murder too, all due to permissive Democrat policy?

Did he say why he has the FBI concentrating on PTA members instead of the massive crime and problems we are having in the US?

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Let me guess; He dismissed all of that. Biden said he is crushing it for the US....and he blamed all of the bad stuff on Trump- got to get that in there- or something else.

From: Ben
19-Jan-22
Did he mention how he transferred over $680,000,000 for fighting Covid to be used on the border to help with the added cost of processing , housing and flying (to the city of their choice) illegals crossing our southern border ? It left no money for acquiring the Covid test kits, so now the gov. is transfer kits from areas of the country where there is a surplus to make it look like he has bought some.

From: HDE
19-Jan-22
I didn't vote for him. Everything going down right now makes my vote not for him vindicated.

From: JL
19-Jan-22
^.....the polls show many of the folks that voted for him now have buyer's remorse. Whether or not they publicly admit it is another question.

From: TGbow
19-Jan-22
I'm not Democrat or Republican but he may just be the worst president we've had..and we've had some bad ones. The sad thing is, more than likely the Republicans will probably put their support behind some Neocon next election. I hope I'm wrong. Honestly, Biden is just a puppet for the leftist cause. In today's politics JFK would be too conservative. Hell, the Republican leadership don't seem to know "what" they stand for. Either way, government gets bigger n bigger

19-Jan-22
Aside from all the other nonsense he stumbled through, not a great idea to give Putin the green light on Ukraine. We should be the greatest ally and the worst enemy when it comes to foreign policy.

From: Native Okie
19-Jan-22
“ Amazing how Joe talked about everything except what's most important. The economy, gasoline prices and out of control crime in major cities and not one reporter asked a question of any substance.”

That’s not important to the left, socialism is.

From: TGbow
19-Jan-22
They have moved beyond Socialism now

19-Jan-22
He's still president?!?

From: SIP
19-Jan-22
Its really just sad. Makes me sick to my stomach, literally. I dont like to follow the news at all because it just feels hopeless. Me? I can survive in just about any kind of world i feel like, but its my little girls’ and their childrens’ futures that im sad for.

The stuff today that is not only completely acceptable, but its to the point that its UNACCEPTABLE for you to say any different is just sickening. Same sex marriage….boys that think they are girls and girls that think they are boys….cops need to not just fear for their lives but they have to fear for whether during an altercation they are at a reasonable line to fear for their lives enough to protect themselves by any means necessary….you can work your whole life to build a business and make a living and people can completely wreck it in the name of something that exists but not near to the proportion its blown up to be-and it doesnt do anything to actually solve any problem…you dont have to work for the things you get….u cant trust ANY media report you read about anything, anywhere….could go on for an hour

Ugh. Its disheartening to think about how much worse its going to be for my children and their children and generations further on. People wanna argue that their guy is THE guy. Guess what, everybody has their stuff. Yeah, Biden is a blubbering joke. He isnt fit to be president. He doesnt know what hes saying at times. That is dangerous. But Trump cant keep his trap shut at times when things dont need to be said. Someone should have taken all his social media away, i believe that in itself woulda been enough to keep him in there. But he just pisses people off and just like with hunting topics, the other side aint who you gotta worry about. Its the people on the fence. DONT PUSH THEM OFF THE FENCE THE OTHER WAY. People voted for Biden just because they couldnt vote for Trump.

Election rigged? Who the hell cares, its over….Biden is the president… Look at the damage done so far and it aint over. We better find a way to move on and get the fence-sitters to the right side and let some of the people who moved to the left come back to the right because they see what kind of joke this is.

There isnt a candidate that doesnt have something wrong with em….only one person ever walked this earth and was perfect doing it. One. And its sad to see how many people have turned away from Him and completely disregard His word. Its why we are here today….and there are a lot of people that think they got this life down here figured out. Well, enjoy it, cuz thats gonna be all you get unless you recognize…. We get to make choices, but those choices have rewards or consequences.

I pray for this country and this world…

19-Jan-22
After their collapse the Russians learned you don't control people with Nuclear weapons you control them with oil.

From: scentman
19-Jan-22
SIP, every word, sentence, and paragraph you wrote is spot on... these truly are Biblical times and we all ask why? How did we get to this point? I want to like and believe in Joe Biden, but I know every word coming out of his whispered lips is a lie. "Let not your heart be troubled" That is what keeps me content when my head hits the pillow.

From: jjs
19-Jan-22
I shot an arrow in the air and do not know where it fell, but someone said that Brandon had one up his ass and I do not even care.

Had to keep the topic archery appropriate.

From: 12yards
19-Jan-22
Amen SIP!

19-Jan-22
I love the lil ‘ol guy, wish he’d keel over, but still love him…Like Pelosi, evil never dies!

From: Hancock West
19-Jan-22
What would the media be saying f trump were president and all those russian solders were on the ukranian border? Hillary & Biden are clearly the Russians puppets. Anybody remember the crimea? How about the russian reset? Or uranium one? Or Obamas hot mic moment? Its amazingly hypocritical

From: Woods Walker
19-Jan-22
Biden is the perfect representation of the DC swamp.....corrupt, dishonest, incapable, "career" political scum.

19-Jan-22
Great post SIP!

From: Shuteye
19-Jan-22
At least the News Max reporter asked him a question he couldn't/didn't answer. News Max reporter and Fox reporter, Peter, won't get to ask Biden questions in the future.

From: cnelk
19-Jan-22
Can you imagine the Biden staffers shock when he went longer than anticipated?

I bet they were just cowering and waiting to do damage control

20-Jan-22
I'm guessing his team will be adjusting the ingredient list in his special cocktail before Dr Jill administers the next dose.

From: tinecounter
20-Jan-22
So . . . "Speak softly and carry a big stick." has evolved into "Squint, whisper and make vague threats." TR must be spinning!

From: JL
20-Jan-22
Newsmax reporter James Rosen used to be a Fox reporter. He asked a hard question about the new poll showing the majority of those polled do not think Prez Biden is fit to serve as Prez due to his cognitive deficiencies. Prez Biden blew that question off.

From: JL
20-Jan-22

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Also....a TR (Teddy Roosevelt) statue was cancelled yesterday by the wokees in NYC. That would have been a great question to ask Prez Biden what he thought about that considering TR was a former Prez. Maybe future Prez Biden statues will be cancelled??

From: Lawdog
20-Jan-22
Talking with or listening to a politician for even 5 minutes is 6 minutes too long. What did you all expect? The message: Don't believe your lying eyes. I skipped the speech and hit the highlights with Tucker and Hannity.

From: 70lbDraw
20-Jan-22
Look at the bright side… no more mean tweets, and it’s possible we can still find something to charge Trump with. Sad…to say the least. We really need to take out country back!

From: scentman
20-Jan-22
Pelosi and her minions are like a dog with a bone when it comes to Trump... starting to ramp up their campaign to keep him out of the Whitehouse.

From: cnelk
20-Jan-22
I bet even some Biden lover stickers were peeled from cars today

20-Jan-22
"Newsmax reporter James Rosen used to be a Fox reporter. He asked a hard question about the new poll showing the majority of those polled do not think Prez Biden is fit to serve as Prez due to his cognitive deficiencies. Prez Biden blew that question off."

i dont think he blew it off, i think he answered it honestly...."i have no idea." he could have given the same answer if rosen asked him who the president is...and that would have been honest too.

From: Dale06
20-Jan-22
It’s a sad friggen state of affairs this country is in. Total and utter incompetence in the White House. The VP is even worse. I did not , can not watch Biden talk, I have to turn off the tv, or go to another room. I feel sorry for my kids and grandkids kids.

From: Dale06
20-Jan-22
Duplicate

From: JL
20-Jan-22
IMO....where a future battle will lie is within the neo-Dem party and who they actually want to run for Prez/VP in 2024. The anti-Biden/Harris winds are already festering in the left-wing media....they do not want Biden and Harris anywhere near the White House in 2024. I believe in the future we'll see the cracks in the party when one of the left-wing media outlets or a prominent Libs/Socialists goes public and supports someone other than a 2024 Biden/Harris ticket. Then the real fireworks start.

From: Lawdog
20-Jan-22
70lbs, I'd rather have the "tweets" back from a competent successful president rather than suffer one more minute of this incompetent, insufferable, lying, and bungling administration. As for crimes what specifically are you referring to? Perhaps you were referring to Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, Hilliary Clinton, James Comey, James Clapper, and a host of others.

From: bigswivle
20-Jan-22
Term limits please

From: Grey Ghost
20-Jan-22
I'm certainly no Biden fan, but you Chicken Little hand wringers crack me up. It must be miserable living with such doom and gloom attitudes.

Matt

20-Jan-22
Grey ghost... since you are not a Biden fan, what would you do to try to get some solutions to current issues? I have been around since Truman and Biden is far and away the worst president in the last 80 years. Many good people are hurting and a huge number of asses keep us at each other's throats. Manchin needs to run in 2024....and I am not a democrat.

From: 70lbdraw
20-Jan-22
Lawdog...my post was sarcastic. Just pointing out the true agenda of the left wing wrecking crew.

From: 70lbdraw
20-Jan-22
GG, do you not have at least an ounce of concern about where we are headed?! If you aren't pissed off, you aren't paying attention!

From: BowSniper
20-Jan-22
Everyone is so outraged with Biden for saying a small Russian invasion might not get a serious US response.

Ummmmm.... Russia ALREADY invaded Ukraine, to take Crimea. With Obama/Biden watching and no serious US response.

We know what's gonna happen. It's happened already. And some of you guys STILL helped Biden become President.

From: Grey Ghost
20-Jan-22
Newf,

I agree, Biden is the worst president of my lifetime, too. But, IMO, a lame duck Blue team administration, with an incompetent president, is the best thing that could have happened for the Red team. I see the tide shifting every day. Once staunch Biden supporters that I know suddenly avoid political conversations, because they know they can't defend their choice. Independents are increasingly speaking out against Biden, and are suddenly more appreciative of the job Trump did, despite his personal faults.

I think November will bring a whole new ray of hope for the hand-wringers, and 2024 should bring happiness back to their lives. At least I hope so.

Matt

From: spike78
20-Jan-22
Does it really matter if the red team wins in 2024 or did you all forget that under the Republican control we still have Obama care, Hillary is still not in jail, the swamp was not drained, just the same ole same ole. All smoke and mirrors and the people are falling for it all hook line and sinker. Wake up.

From: Castle Oak
20-Jan-22

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Here's how JB and KH, along with hundreds of local/state dems got into office.

From: KSflatlander
20-Jan-22
This thread should have been titled “Snowflakes, Chicken Littles, and Hypocrites.” I noticed cnelk and Shawn Magyar posted multiple times LMAO.

From: 12yards
20-Jan-22
Putting Trump back in the white house will continue us down a slope of disaster in this country IMO. We need a better more adult republican candidate. Please. If we don't start reaching across the isle, we are screwed. Divisiveness will destroy us. I vote red, but I will have a hard time pulling the lever for Trump again.

From: wild1
20-Jan-22
History will prove that Joe Biden was one of the worst presidents in American history, right along side of Jimmy Carter and James Buchanan..........he's proving it every day.

From: Bob H in NH
20-Jan-22
I was a Trump fan, and voted and hoped he'd win. Now, though I do not think he's a good 2024 choice. His policies were very good, but his ego and personal attitude sucked. Now he'd be a pissed kid with power. I fear that.

I also don't think changing president is going to fix divisive issues. It's not the WH, it's the senate and house leadership. President can make speeches and twist arms, but the Pelosi/Schumer/Mcconels of the world that need to go. Term limits would be a start, career politicians that have worked for decades can't fix the problem, they are the root of the problem

From: Bob H in NH
20-Jan-22
And it goes right to the media as well, just report HONESTLY, don't interpret: Headline on MSN right now "Democrats fail to advance voting rights law as Senate holdouts defend fillibuster"

While seemingly fair it's not. Fillibuster was not defeated by 2 D holdouts, it was defeated by 52 senators. And D's didn't fail to pass. A bill failed to pass via democracy

From: BowSniper
20-Jan-22
Term limits would be GREAT... except corrupt career politicians are NEVER going to vote to limit their own power.

Unless you can find an outsider willing to fight the establishment. Someone who will do everything in their power to secure the border. Someone who can take all of the leaks and threats the deep state will throw at them, and give it right back. Someone not afraid to stand up to China. Someone who doesn't give a f'ck about spending trillions to stop the sun from being warm, and who will instead make us energy independent again!

From: KSflatlander
20-Jan-22
Great posts Bob!

20-Jan-22
I’m all for any candidate that isn’t an established and tenured politician. Don Jr. would make me so happy I’d go buy a boat.

From: 2Wild Bill
20-Jan-22
This thread is rampant with the sadness and hopelessness that many Americans are experiencing. However, voicing despair, is something of a personal venting and of little value in making an effective change in the situation.

Not the big "O" hope and change, but another, can be found in America today. The Convention of States Project is following the forefathers prescription for dealing with a tyrannical Federal government. Article V of the Constitution as first written was flawed. When George Mason interrupted the plans to sign the Constitution, he asked them if they were so naive as to believe that a tyrannical government that has taken power from the people would be virtuous enough to reverse themselves and restore it back to the people. The whole assembly of delegates were dumbstruck when it was put to them that way, that they had forgotten a means for the people to correct the government when it had gone bad. Eventually statesman Elbridge Gerry put forward a motion that wording of Article V be changed to include a means for the people to initiate a convention of the states for the purpose of amending the Constitution.

Americans in our present situation were foreseen by the founders and the means to set the matters right again were spelled out in Article V. There are five million supporters from all fifty states that have and are doing something to save their country.

If you REALLY want to DO something to restore America to the greatness intended in the beginning, the LEAST YOU CAN DO, is sign the petition at, https://conventionofstates.com/

You can also take more actions that will first of all educate you and hopefully inspire you to become a volunteer activist in the movement. If you go to the website, be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page and click on COS University and watch the videos there.

God bless America.

From: HDE
20-Jan-22
"This thread should have been titled “Snowflakes, Chicken Littles, and Hypocrites.”"

Nope, that verbiage was taken, used, and worn out to bare threads from 2016 - 2021 by the donkey party, aka, the party of the jack ass.

20-Jan-22
Great post Bill

20-Jan-22
I would love a principled, moral, honest, respectable President. Who wouldn't? I won't hold my breath.

Any candidate with the right policy approach will face massive opposition from both party's establishment, most of the media and big tech.

Not easy to find someone who can effectively beat all that and keep their halo intact.

So, as usual, the likely choices will both be pretty flawed. That eliminates the option to elect an Eagle Scout, so my next best option is a candidate that is the closest to correct on policy with the ability to win. I wish it were different but it simply isn't and likely won't be any time soon.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
I'm certainly no Biden fan, but you Chicken Little hand wringers crack me up. It must be miserable living with such doom and gloom attitudes

x2. If you put someone in a time machine and dropped them in this country in January 2021 or January 2022, they'd be hard pressed to tell the difference. Comes down to the fact that - thankfully - there's only so much one man can do (even if he is the President), and even with those constraints, Biden hasn't done much of anything at all.

From: Scoot
20-Jan-22
Looks like Flatbrimmer wasn't getting enough bowsite attention again. Brimmer, what was that you noticed about multiple posts in this thread? Something about hypocrisy...

From: Rut Nut
20-Jan-22
From: bigeasygator20-Jan-22 I'm certainly no Biden fan, but you Chicken Little hand wringers crack me up. It must be miserable living with such doom and gloom attitudes

x2. If you put someone in a time machine and dropped them in this country in January 2021 or January 2022, they'd be hard pressed to tell the difference. Comes down to the fact that - thankfully - Biden hasn't done much of anything at all.

Are you kidding me? Have you bought a gallon of gas recently.......................................or bought groceries or stopped at McDonalds or Wendy's lately?! THe first thing the man did was CANCEL the Keystone pipeline......................................and that was the start of the snowball rolling downhill! WAKE UP FOLKS!!!!!!!!!!!

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
Are you kidding me? Have you bought a gallon of gas recently.......................................or bought groceries or stopped at McDonalds or Wendy's lately?! THe first thing the man did was CANCEL the Keystone pipeline......................................and that was the start of the snowball rolling downhill! WAKE UP FOLKS!!!!!!!!!!!

Oil and gas prices are a function of increased demand coming off the pandemic coupled with a tighter supply coming off of the price crash in 2015 and continued capital discipline by the majority of producers who are afraid to get burned by another price crash going forward. This has nothing to do with Biden. Furthermore, the oil that would have been supplied by the Keystone pipeline is just being substituted by rail. It has had effectively no change to the supply.

As far as broader inflation, that is a function of a number of things - monetary policy (going back years), pent up demand from the pandemic, global supply chain issues related to the pandemic - that are all much bigger than the man sitting in the Oval Office. The flipside to the inflation equation is that labor is strong, wages are higher, and asset prices are up (again, little to nothing to do with Biden) so stop painting it as all doom and gloom.

From: JL
20-Jan-22

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Take this for what it's worth. The Trump number, if accurate....which I'm not sure it is, could be bad news for the Repubs if they're going to go with the Trump train in 2024. I would give it more cred if it was the LV's..."Likely Voters".

From: HDE
20-Jan-22
"If you put someone in a time machine and dropped them in this country in January 2021 or January 2022, they'd be hard pressed to tell the difference" from the previous 4 years, except it was about our democracy at risk, national debt, and the world ending from rapid climate change.

Now that statement makes more sense.

From: LINK
20-Jan-22
Let’s Go Brandon!

From: Jaquomo
20-Jan-22
Spike78 has apparently never heard of the filibuster... And the Republican House and Senate has no authority to put the Hildebeast in jail. Only the DOJ can do that, and they declined the opportunity.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
from the previous 4 years, except it was about our democracy at risk, national debt, and the world ending from rapid climate change.

The biggest challenge to democracy was the post-election hijinks from team Trump, Trump raised the national debt more in every year he was in office than Biden did in his first year, and the voices around climate change and the actions surrounding them (eg, the broader energy transition) have been around far longer than Biden being in office.

Again, things don't look or feel all that different now that Biden is in office.

From: 2Wild Bill
20-Jan-22
Looks like Nebraska may up the state count to sixteen passed for the COS Project, stay tuned.

https://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/govt-and-politics/resolution-calling-for-convention-of-states-advances-to-final-round-debate/article_ea0b64c0-1c65-5a86-acf8-bb7b02830a38.html

From: spike78
20-Jan-22
Jaq, I apparently did not see the Republicans beat down Hillary like the Dems did to Trump all 4 years long. To me it seemed more like sweeping it under the rug. Our government is more akin to WWE wrestling all fake but a good show.

20-Jan-22
“ Oil and gas prices are a function of increased demand coming off the pandemic coupled with a tighter supply coming off of the price crash in 2015 and continued capital discipline by the majority of producers who are afraid to get burned by another price crash going forward”

I reckon policy that reduces supply could be blamed as a cause under that explanation. That seems plausible. To anyone who isn’t content to argue.

I like a surplus of oil. So, I’m in favor of policy that is favorable for more opportunity to drill it. That helps all consumers. In a way that I truly don’t think can be measured.

I also think it’s funny how so many people babble about higher fuel means a growing economy. A good amount of those same people suggested cheaper fuel under Trump, was a sign of a weak economy.

Perspective. It’s only honest if you give it a chance to be.

From: Lawdog
20-Jan-22
70lbs. My apologies. Sarcasm can be hard to discern in writing. Big Easy don't you think going from energy independence to dependence has something to do with oil prices and translates into higher transportation costs that translate into higher consumer prices? How about workers who get paid more by the gov't to stay home and out of the work force? That translates into higher wages to incentivize folks to work, and those costs are eventually passed on to the consumer. And, lack of workers and transportation folks impacts the supply shortage. And what does this statement mean? "Oil and gas prices are a function of increased demand coming off the pandemic coupled with a tighter supply coming off of the price crash in 2015 and continued capital discipline by the majority of producers who are afraid to get burned by another price crash going forward." Why does this make sense?

Please, someone pass me a beer.

From: Shoe
20-Jan-22
Biden has everything to do with everything that is destroying our country. He has created nearly every mess that we are in now, and no matter how many times he lies about all of it, the majority of American people know the truth. November cannot come fast enough.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
I reckon policy that reduces supply could be blamed as a cause under that explanation

Policy matters, but it certainly isn't the end all, be all. Go look at rig counts and oil production. I can guarantee you that supply is most certainly not being curtailed by any new policy at the moment.

I like a surplus of oil. So, I’m in favor of policy that is favorable for more opportunity to drill it. That helps all consumers. In a way that I truly don’t think can be measured.

Good story. We had that in 2015. It's a big reason we're in the current supply situation we're in right now. Producers aren't just going to live with excess supply and low prices. Furthermore, we could open up every single plot of land for production right now if we wanted...doesn't mean there are the capital or the resources to go exploit it. They are not infinite.

I also think it’s funny how so many people babble about higher fuel means a growing economy.

It often is.

A good amount of those same people suggested cheaper fuel under Trump, was a sign of a weak economy.

They started low when he took office, thanks to the aforementioned oversupply issues and a cooling economy. The economy stayed rather cool under Trump. The stock market did well at times, but the stock market is not "the economy." GDP growth averaged 1% over his four years in office.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
And what does this statement mean?

It means that oil companies are not spending the money that they did in years past to push supply higher. One just has to look at CAPEX spending across the sector, rig counts, and overall production to show that the E&P companies are taking a measured response to the rebound in oil price.

20-Jan-22
Amazing how people can look out the same window and see completely different scenes.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22

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From: Woods Walker
20-Jan-22
"If you put someone in a time machine and dropped them in this country in January 2021 or January 2022, they'd be hard pressed to tell the difference."

Tell that to the families of the American servicemen killed in Biden's Afghan cl********k.

20-Jan-22
As I said before BEG, perspective is fair. If you are.

From: HDE
20-Jan-22
BEG - our democracy has never been more at risk than now. The squawking from the blue's was all doom and gloom as well.

"Team Trump's" hijinks were minimal compared to the "social justice war" of the summer of 2020...

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
Tell that to the families of the American servicemen killed in Biden's Afghan cl********k.

Stop with the straw man. Nowhere did I say I agreed with Biden's decision to remove troops (I don't), nor did I say the loss of lives of those serviceman isn't tragic (it is). That wasn't the point of the statement.

The point was specifically how has your life and the life around you changed in a year? To put a finer point on it...beyond your reaction to it, WW, how has the Afghanistan troop withdrawal impacted you? My opinion, despite disagreeing with the decision, is that I have felt or noticed zero tangible impacts in my daily life as a result our troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. And that was the whole point. Y'all act like this country has done a 180 in a year and frankly I don't notice much of a difference - certainly not a difference I could put at the feet of Biden, despite not being a fan in any way, shape, or form of his.

From: Brotsky
20-Jan-22
A horse of a different color is still a horse or, in this case, a jackass. We traded one jackass for another jackass and expected a different result? Definition of insanity.

From: wild1
20-Jan-22
The OPEN border has directly affected thousands, if not millions, of Americans in the Southwest - and beyond (considering there is a significant re-location of illegals throughout the union).

From: Jaquomo
20-Jan-22
BB - aka "buck Brokeback", please pick a different handle. There is already a highly accomplished and highly respected Bowsiter with that handle. We don't want to click on your fake registration every time "BB" posts something.

From: Grey Ghost
20-Jan-22
A $2K investment in an energy ETF a year ago would have more than offset the increased prices at the pump for the vast majority of drivers. The stock markets aren't just for the wealthy. Just saying....

Matt

From: Cornpone
20-Jan-22
Jaquomo: "BB - aka "buck Brokeback", please pick a different handle. There is already a highly accomplished and highly respected Bowsiter with that handle. We don't want to click on your fake registration every time "BB" posts something." For sure!!

From: BowSniper
20-Jan-22
Biden (and the rest of the Paris Climate Alarmists) did more to raise the price of natural gas and oil than anything else. Ya know... planning to ban and tax it out of existence will inflate prices like that! No surprise. You are simply getting what 81 million imaginary people asked for...

From: scentman
20-Jan-22
What, like 87 million voted for the "cellar dweller"? Was "voter suppression" a concern then? I'm so confused. Oh forgive me I forgot, that's when covid was entered into the equation.

20-Jan-22
Victor Davis Hanson Article well worth the read;

January 19, 2022 Updated: January 20, 2022 In modern times, as in ancient Rome, several nations have suffered a “systems collapse.” The term describes the sudden inability of once-prosperous populations to continue with what had ensured the good life as they knew it. Abruptly, the population cannot buy, or even find, once plentiful necessities. They feel their streets are unsafe. Laws go unenforced or are enforced inequitably. Every day things stop working. The government turns from reliable to capricious if not hostile. Consider contemporary Venezuela. By 2010, the once well-off oil-exporting country was mired in a self-created mess. Food became scarce, crime ubiquitous. Radical socialism, nationalization, corruption, jailing opponents, and the destruction of constitutional norms were the culprits. Between 2009 and 2016, a once relatively stable Greece nearly became a Third World country. So did Great Britain in its socialist days of the 1970s. Joe Biden’s young presidency may already be leading the United States into a similar meltdown. Hard Left “woke” ideology has all but obliterated the idea of a border. Millions of impoverished foreigners are entering the United States illegally—and during a pandemic without either COVID-19 tests or vaccinations. The health bureaucracies have lost credibility as official communiques on masks, herd and acquired immunity, vaccinations, and comorbidities apparently change and adjust to perceived political realities. After decades of improving race relations, America is regressing into a pre-modern tribal society. Crime soars. Inflation roars. Meritocracy is libeled and so we are governed more by ideology and tribe. The soaring prices of the stuff of life—fuel, food, housing, health care, transportation—are strangling the middle class. Millions stay home, content to be paid by the state not to work. Supply shortages and empty shelves are the new norm. Nineteenth-century-style train robberies are back. So is 1970s urban violence, replete with looting, carjackings, and random murdering of the innocent. After the Afghanistan debacle, we have returned to the dark days following defeat in Vietnam, when U.S. deterrence abroad was likewise shattered, and global terrorism and instability were the norms abroad. Who could have believed a year ago that America would now beg Saudi Arabia and Russia to pump more oil—as we pulled our own oil leases, and canceled pipelines and oil fields? Our path to systems collapse is not due to an earthquake, climate change, a nuclear war, or even the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, most of our maladies are self-inflicted. They are the direct result of woke ideologies that are both cruel and antithetical to traditional American pragmatism. Hard-Left district attorneys in our major cities refuse to charge thousands of arrested criminals—relying instead on bankrupt social justice theories. Law enforcement has been arbitrarily defunded and libeled. Police deterrence is lost, so looters, vandals, thieves, and murderers more freely prey on the public. “Modern monetary theory” deludes ideologues that printing trillions of dollars can enrich the public, even as the ensuing inflation is making people poorer. “Critical race theory” absurdly dictates that current “good” racism can correct the effects of past bad racism. A once tolerant, multiracial nation is resembling the factionalism of the former Yugoslavia. The culprit again is a callous woke ideology that posits little value for individuals, prioritizing only the so-called collective agenda. Woke’s trademark is “equity,” or a forced equality of result. Practically, we are becoming a comic-book version of victims and victimizers, with woke opportunists playacting as our superheroes. Strangest in 2021 was the systematic attack on our ancient institutions, as we scapegoated our ancestors for our own incompetencies. The woke have waged a veritable war against the 233-year-old Electoral College and the right of states to set their own balloting laws in national elections, the 180-year-old filibuster, the 150-year-old nine-person Supreme Court, and the 60-year-old, 50-state union. The U.S. military, Department of Justice, FBI, CIA, Center for Disease Control, and National Institutes of Health until recently were revered. Their top echelons were staffed by career professionals mostly immune to the politics of the day. Not now. These bureaus and agencies are losing public confidence and support. Citizens fear rather than respect Washington grandees who have weaponized politics ahead of public service. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, Attorney General Merrick Garland, former FBI heads like James Comey and Andrew McCabe, retired CIA director John Brennan, and Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases—have all politicalized and vastly exceeded their professional purviews. They sounded off in public fora as if they were elected legislators up for reelection. Some lied under oath. Others demonized critics. Most sought to become media darlings. This governmental freefall is overseen by a tragically bewildered, petulant, and incompetent president. In his confusion, an increasingly unpopular President Joe Biden seems to believe his divisive chaos is working, belittling his political opponents as racist Confederate rebels. As we head into the 2022 midterm elections, who will stop our descent into collective poverty, division, and self-inflicted madness? Views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

From: scentman
20-Jan-22
VDH... what a beautiful mind, I just enjoy listening to him explain this crazy complex world we live in. Nice contribution Hab!

From: Hancock West
20-Jan-22
Amazing for people to say the Right is doom and gloom. Hillary & Dem Co all said trump would cause a war, the market would crash. Blah, blah, blah. When America is weak our enemies are strong. Everyone knows biden is weak. Do we really want him negotiating with russia? He cant even handle a corrupt press. Remember when they gave hillary the questions upfront? Short memories on here.

From: Shaft2Long
20-Jan-22
BEG, we were energy independent under Trump. When he left office the US wasn’t buying foreign oil.

Biden cut off 40 % of what the US was producing, the demand did not slow down, we turned to OPEC, they immediately cut production causing a artificial shortage. Again, demand did not decrease, supply was limited, price goes up. It has nothing to do with Covid or 2015.

This is no surprise at all, Biden said, during debates, he would do exactly what we are seeing.

If you want to get even more simplistic: Bush-cheap gas. Obama-expensive gas. Trump-cheap gas. Biden-expensive gas. Anyone and everyone sees that.

From: DanaC
20-Jan-22
"“systems collapse.” The term describes the sudden inability of once-prosperous populations to continue with what had ensured the good life as they knew it. "

People won't give a rat arse until they can't afford the latest smart phone and unlimited data. Until then they'll eat chicken nuggets and white bread, drink piss beer and never care.

20-Jan-22
You are correct at some level. Many don't see a big direct change in their life or lifestyle so they don't care much about the decline happening around them.

From: Lawdog
20-Jan-22
Big Easy, doesn't it make sense that US companies would spend less when Biden signed EOs that curtailed a lot of US oil production? People lost jobs in the energy field and operations were shut down or idled. How about the supply/demand. Right now Opec and the Russians have the supply side and control the price just like the days of old. If we're buying our oil from these guys, why would you think there is a nexus between how much US companies are now spending and the available US supply or cost to the consumer?

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
Biden cut off 40 % of what the US was producing

No he didn’t. When Trump left office we were producing 11 million barrels of oil per day. Today we are producing 11.7 million barrels of oil per day.

Again, demand did not decrease

Also false. In Trump’s last full year in office, we consumed 6.6 billion barrels of petroleum. This was a drop of a billion barrels from 2019 and represented the lowest oil consumption since 1995.

When Trump left office the US wasn’t buying foreign oil

False again. In 2020, we imported roughly 8 million barrels of oil per day. We happened to export 8.5 million so we were a net exporter. Through the first half of 2021, we were still a net exporter.

I encourage you to actually research the points you’re making next time.

From: 2Wild Bill
20-Jan-22
"People won't give a rat arse until they can't afford the latest smart phone and unlimited data. Until then they'll eat chicken nuggets and white bread, drink piss beer and never care."

Surely you mean affluent or government dependent democrats.

"Many don't see a big direct change in their life or lifestyle so they don't care much about the decline happening around them."

That's called apathy and I see a large and growing portion of the population much more aware of the changes around them, and are passionate about who has disturbed them.

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
Big Easy, doesn't it make sense that US companies would spend less when Biden signed EOs that curtailed a lot of US oil production

Biden signed executive orders that were largely for show covering a fraction of the basins we develop oil and gas from. The largest at risk area is our offshore federal leases - we are still getting permits, we are still acquiring new leases, and we have a decade long backlog of work that’s unaffected by the EOs Biden signed. In short, Biden’s actions have had essentially no effect on activities and are also easily undone by the next Republican President.

People lost jobs in the energy field and operations were shut down or idled

The industry hit a low point of employment around September 2020 while Trump was still in office. Since then, the industry has been adding jobs.

Right now Opec and the Russians have the supply side and control the price just like the days of old

We still have plenty of pricing power here in the USA and we are still a net exporter of crude oil and natural gas. Europe - which has been far more aggressive in their energy transition and relies much more on Russia and OPEC - is far more exposed.

If we're buying our oil from these guys, why would you think there is a nexus between how much US companies are now spending and the available US supply or cost to the consumer?

On net, we aren’t buying oil from foreign sources. There is a nexus because companies can deliver the same returns and profits by spending far less cash, and so they’re staying the course and insulating themselves from a future price correction. At some point, prices may get high enough that they’ll move more money into developing more marginal reserves, but right now they aren’t too incentivized to.

From: 12yards
20-Jan-22
"They started low when he took office, thanks to the aforementioned oversupply issues and a cooling economy. The economy stayed rather cool under Trump. The stock market did well at times, but the stock market is not "the economy." GDP growth averaged 1% over his four years in office."

Yeah, but he was kicking ass until COVID shut things down in 2020. His economy was on fire at a well over 2% clip per year.

From: Recurve Man
20-Jan-22
Kinda weird how the same guys who were the China virus pros are also pros of the politics as well. Just go ice fishing fellas. Lot less stressful.

Let's Go Brandon

From: deadeye
20-Jan-22
Bigeasy, I don't know if you work in the oil fields of LA, but your crap doesn't fly in WY!!

From: bigeasygator
20-Jan-22
Bigeasy, I don't know if you work in the oil fields of LA, but your crap doesn't fly in WY!!

And what, pray tell, “doesn’t fly?”

From: Matt
20-Jan-22
"Kinda weird how the same guys who were the China virus pros are also pros of the politics as well. Just go ice fishing fellas. Lot less stressful."

So the same guy who bases his opinion on one topic on facts also bases his opinions on another on facts. That strikes you as weird?

What should strike you as weird is all the guys who don't. We don't tolerate people who constantly blather unsupported and easily disprovable partisan bull$#!+ in my friend groups, but for some reason they are worshiped here. That is what strikes me as weird.

From: Grey Ghost
21-Jan-22

Grey Ghost's Link
Some more facts.

As BEG said, the US first became a net exporter of oil in 2020, and continued to be in 2021. Of the oil we import, only 11% comes from OPEC. Our largest supplier, by far, is Canada at 52%.

I know that doesn’t fit with the popular narrative here, but when have facts ever mattered around here?

Matt

From: DanaC
21-Jan-22

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Anybody who thinks Biden sucks has not seen the future. This angry little Subaru driver looms as the next Governor of Massachusetts. And rumored to have higher ambitions...

From: TGbow
21-Jan-22
Biden is bad..but I once thought Obama and Bush were terrible.. unfortunately it can get worse

From: HDE
21-Jan-22
"People lost jobs in the energy field and operations were shut down or idled"

That actually happened under obama's watch when oil hit $30 +/- per barrel.

"The industry hit a low point of employment around September 2020 while Trump was still in office. Since then, the industry has been adding jobs."

The jobs of which you speak were from the increase in exploration and new wells brought online. That was under Trump's watch, rebounding from obama.

Net exporting doesn't have much to do with Trump's predecessor or Trump's "successor", except for anything developed on Fee surface/Fee minerals.

From: bigeasygator
21-Jan-22
The jobs of which you speak were from the increase in exploration and new wells brought online. That was under Trump's watch, rebounding from obama.

There is certainly some lag in exploration to production. With that said, the industry essentially shed jobs more or less the entire time Trump was in office. The above charts show oil industry jobs over time, with the two dots representing the beginning and end of Trump’s presidency.

Trump was very friendly to oil and gas companies, but that doesn’t change the broader market forces. We were oversupplied (which occurred during Obama’s presidency) and then hit with multiple shocks (trade wars, pandemics, etc) that kept demand low. The industry is nowhere near the levels we were at pre-2015 and the rig activity and capital spend has remained, and will remain, more or less suppressed. There’s little Obama, Trump, or Biden have done to alter this equation.

From: bigeasygator
21-Jan-22

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Forgot to add the chart.

From: HDE
21-Jan-22
Yes, the glut at $100 oil caused the epic crash at $30, with thousands of jobs lost as a result.

The surge in E&P in the Permian is the reason as most of that was private mineral development.

From: bigeasygator
21-Jan-22
100%, HDE.

From: azelkhntr
21-Jan-22

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Shes got the look. Uber Karen.

From: TGbow
21-Jan-22
One thing we know for sure, Biden shut down the Pipeline...everything he touches goes to crap

From: Will tell
21-Jan-22
I'm thinking about some late season small game hunting. Oh, I'm sorry I thought this was a bowsite, carry on. : )

From: scentman
21-Jan-22

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Stay on topic Will;0)

21-Jan-22

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Lol…

From: cnelk
21-Jan-22

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Someone earlier in this thread mentioned to go ice fishing. So I did.

21-Jan-22
Big easy, I am not refuting your oil consumption facts. But be careful relying on Statista for facts.

“ the source is not actually Statista — Statista didn’t do the research. , it is just an aggregator. Somebody else did the study. If we want to judge the credibility, we need to know who conducted the research, when, and how. who conducted it? Unless you are a paying subscriber of Statista, if you click on “Show sources information,” you hit a paywall that displays this message: and they know most won’t pay the $480 to see who did the research. What they want is that when you do a search their “facts” pop up the way they want you to see them. they want them free and easy to feed so they are driving the message. Again I don’t know if those stats are true but I do know that there are entities behind these search engines and “research companies” pushing facts out.

Statista usually just pulls its information from Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and other Google searches and they also survey people and then call those facts.

From: itshot
21-Jan-22
back to the OP, yes, unreal

but it's the best of the left, thankfully

lucky for us he's old school and still kinda likes America, unlike 95% of his counterparts and base

From: scentman
21-Jan-22
itshot, I totally agree... that is why he goes off script. I believe he tries to buck his trainers and tell his thoughts and feelings. At first I thought he is senile, no... he is under pressure from force's probably threatening him in some way, shape, or form. As I said before... being a Rush baby, something doesn't seem right.

From: TD
21-Jan-22
When you profit off high oil/energy prices..... high prices look good to you.

Those who don't, the vast majority of the population.... high energy prices suck. They literally impact everything. EVERYTHING. But yes... lets ignore any way WRT policy to address it. Instead they have done everything politically possible to "Necessarily skyrocket" energy prices. (Obama/Biden quote) Well, but for Russian pipelines... those are apparently good.... they support those..... Hunter must be somewhere saving 10% for the Big Guy.

All depends (no, not President House Plant depends.....) within which game your skin resides....

But the biggest suck is this administration, be it simply incompetence on a grand scale and at every front.... or done so to facilitate the decline of US and it's citizens in favor of Globalist Corporations and Globalists who have been bought and paid for by those corporations and moving on with the "Great Reset". One could be explained as simply stupid, but I have a hard time thinking anyone is THAT stupid, makes no sense. The other evil. And for that there will be a reckoning soon enough. Torches are being fueled.... pitchforks sharpened....

All starting very soon with the primaries.... when the Liz Cheney-like fat RINO's azzes bounce twice on the sidewalk before they hit the street. Getting rid of entrenched system rino-cons and getting take no prisoners populists in that work for the benefit of the citizens and the country is critical. America first.... then the wave starts stacking......

From: Ambush
21-Jan-22
Holy Smokes, cnelk. Lots of firewood around that lake!

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
"It seems a bit “elitist” to presume that the majority of people being hit the hardest at the pumps have the disposable income to maintain an investment portfolio. Just my opinion."

And I agree. That's why I didn't make that presumption.

I just find it funny that guys, who spend thousands of $$ on new hunting equipment and expensive hunts every year, complain about paying a little more at the pump. If they'd invested a small fraction of their hunting expenses last year, they would have made plenty of gains to offset the current inflation. That's all.

And, yes, I realize that many people don't have disposable income, and they are hit hardest by inflation. But, I don't think that applies to many Bowsiters. At least I hope not.

Matt

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
Shawn (DG),

If investments gain more than the rate of inflation, then the investor has successfully offset the inflation. In my example above, a $2K investment in an energy ETF would have realized around $1200 in gains last year (60%). For most drivers with the ability to save a little money, those gains would have more than offset the increase they paid at the pump. Not sure why that's so difficult for you to understand.

Let's take the broader S&P market as another example. It rose 28% in 2021, while inflation rose 7% over the same time frame. So, let's say you had $100K invested in a S&P indexed ETF, you would have gained $28K last year. Now, let's say $100K of your expenses inflated 7% last year, so you paid $7K more for those goods and services. Did your investments offset the inflation?

Matt

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
“ I just find it funny that guys, who spend thousands of $$ on new hunting equipment and expensive hunts every year, complain about paying a little more at the pump. If they'd invested a small fraction of their hunting expenses last year, they would have made plenty of gains to offset the current inflation. That's all.

And, yes, I realize that many people don't have disposable income, and they are hit hardest by inflation. But, I don't think that applies to many Bowsiters. At least I hope not.”

GG, you are out of touch with reality! You have guys who are saying that they are using fifteen year old bows, many from the east that only hunt public land, and some that do there dream hunt in state every year on whitetails.

Most of these people are glad they have a house, a job, and 1/3 of Americans rely on Social Security as their primary retirement plan.

Many of these people do amazingly well for how little money that goes through their hands in a lifetime.

If I work fort years and average $50k a year that ends up being $2M.

Now take a guy, who works for thirty years and averages a $150K a year that ends up being $4.5M.

Now, who do you think started investing at a younger age?

Many people can afford the basics but anything extra and they feel the pinch!

While we are setting here thinking about which index fund that we want to invest in others are thinking about a new set of tires for their truck.

Humility is a rare commodity these days and should be held in reverence to what once was considered normal.

I guess that this may be why you think that the democratic policies are so great but they don’t take into account that a large percentage of hardworking Americans don’t have a 401K and they damn sure don’t get stock options!

22-Jan-22
"Let's take the broader S&P market as another example. It rose 28% in 2021, while "inflation rose 7% over the same time frame. So, let's say you had $100K invested in a S&P indexed ETF, you would have gained $28K last year. Now, let's say $100K of your expenses inflated 7% last year, so you paid $7K more for those goods and services. Did your investments offset the inflation?"

maybe...depends on amount of investment vs amount of spending.

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
"I guess that this may be why you think that the democratic policies are so great."

Rocky, please don't put words in my mouth. I have NEVER said I support Dem policies. I just think financial literacy is one of the great failings of our education systems. Shawn's posts are an example of that.

My wife and I started investing in our retirement accounts when we were both making around $30-40K per year. We certainly couldn't afford to invest much back then, but we always found a way to stash a little out of each paycheck. Albert Einstein once said "compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world", and he was right.

The "rule of 70" was a concept that struck home for me at an early age. It's a mathematical equation that demonstrates exponential growth. In finances you can use it to estimate the doubling time of an investment. You simply divide 70 by the estimated annual rate of return. Historically, the stock markets have averaged around a 10% return. So, every 7 years your investment will double. In real numbers, a $10K investment will be worth $20K in 7 years, $40K in 14 years, $80K in 21 years, and so on. It really doesn't take much money to grow a nice egg nest over the course of time, if you have a little foresight and financial discipline.

Matt

From: BC
22-Jan-22
You also need time in the market. All you younger guy get going now. Get some of your hard earned money working for you. You’ll be glad when you’re an old guy.

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG , I think that was the “rule of 72”.

“ Let's take the broader S&P market as another example. It rose 28% in 2021, while inflation rose 7% over the same time frame. So, let's say you had $100K invested in a S&P indexed ETF, you would have gained $28K last year. Now, let's say $100K of your expenses inflated 7% last year, so you paid $7K more for those goods and services. Did your investments offset the inflation?”

GG, help me out for a minute. By offset you mean gained more than you lost but did you not lose $7K due to inflation. Could you count on the market doing 28%?

What if you had $100K a year income with $20K to invest and recreate the family on and inflation sucked 7% from the $80K so now you have $5.6K is deleted from the $20K!

So now you you have $13.5K to invest and recreate on. Oh, 16 year old just turned 17 and still doesn’t have a car to drive and that truck still needs $1500 for tires!

Some people cannot stand to p!$$ away 7% of their income and they damn sure don’t have $100K invested to make them feel like they are winning!

P.S. “About one-third of U.S. adults (35%) said they personally owned stocks, bonds or mutual funds outside of retirement accounts in a Pew Research Center survey from September 2019. And upper-income Americans were much more likely than lower-income Americans to be invested in the market.”

Now throwback in the the third of Americans who look at Social Security as their retirement plan and you have 2/3rds of Americans who cannot offset shite!

I know many average Americans who have far more financial discipline than most market investors! They have to or they wouldn’t survive. You and me we are still eating ribeyes if we want to and they may not eat meat seven days a week.

“if you have a little foresight and financial discipline.”

Remember “ Humility is a rare commodity these days ”

From: KSflatlander
22-Jan-22
My dad gave me some good advice that is applicable here…always order the mushroom swiss burger and never take money advice from anyone who can’t spell.

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
"GG, help me out for a minute. By offset you mean gained more than you lost but did you not lose $7K due to inflation. Could you count on the market doing 28%?"

With the feds printing money, and no indications of them slowing it down in 2021, it was a fairly easy bet that the markets would do well. 2022 is shaping up to be a different story, but I bet we still see 6-8% returns from the stock markets by the end of the year.

Look, I'm not sure why you feel the need to point out that 1/3 of Americans don't have disposable incomes to invest. I thought that has been common knowledge for decades, and it will be true for decades to come.

I don't think that pointing out that many middle income Americans could do a better job of saving and investing shows a lack of humility. I'm constantly shocked by the number of people I meet in their prime earning years who don't have a clue about investing in their retirements. I guess that bodes well for financial advisors...

Matt

From: Will tell
22-Jan-22
Getting ready for retirement isn't about politics it's about using a little common sense. If your not getting yourself set up in your 30's for your retirement than shame on you. I don't know where that 28% figure came from but I sure in He// didn't earn 28% from my investments. : )

Don't blame politics or inflation for not setting yourself up. When your in your 50's is a little late but it's still better than not saving any money at all. My son works for a Gas supplier and if he invest a % of his pay the company matches it. He maxed out the % they let him invest. That with his IRA he's putting away close to 15% of his pay for retirement. He's got ten years in and already he's got a pretty nice sum built up.

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG, my point was that if you throw out 401Ks then it is 2/3rds of the population that is not investing in the stock market offsetting inflation!

I recently was asked to speak to a company of 100 plus employees and you could have heard a pin drop when I told them that they should all end up millionaires!

This was not a financial talk so the comment was primarily used as an attention getter.

Will Tell, I was not considering investing in your 401K at work as playing the stock market as indicated by the Pew study.

From: 2Wild Bill
22-Jan-22
"But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and raiment let us be therewith content. But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows." 1Timothy 6:6-10

"It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God." - Luke4:4 spoken by Jesus.

Just say'n.

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
Rocky,

Why would you throw out 401Ks when discussing who is invested in the stock market? I realize those investments come with restrictions, but a portion of most 401Ks are invested in stocks.

Matt

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG, You made it seem like the average could just shift some money in their portfolio to address inflation and that’s just not how 2/3rds of Americans operate!

DG, I was looking at this strictly as a financial discussion.

My reference to GG support of democratic policies was that he was somewhat financially insulated to the overall outcome of said policies.

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
Rocky,

Teenagers are actively investing in stocks these days. According to Bloomberg, retail trades accounted for 23% of all US equity trading last year. I'm not advocating for people to become day traders, since most will lose money. But, investing opportunities do exist for anyone with some savings built up, and they can do it with relatively low risk.

Matt

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG, You are correct, so why is it that roughly only 35% percent of Americans invest in the stock market sans your 401kers?

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
Rocky, I think it's just a natural fear of the unknown for many, especially folks of our generation. For most of our lives we've been ingrained to think that investing is some sort of black magic that only trained professionals can do for us. I don't know about you, but none of my education ever included the basics of investing...and the information wasn't readily available, nor was the means to do it. Now, the information is everywhere, and you can literally download a free broker app, create and deposit funds into an account, and be trading stocks in 1-2 days....using nothing but your smart phone. Kids are teaching their parents how to do it, which I think is a good thing in the long run.

Matt

From: Matt
22-Jan-22
The American median net worth is $122K, so a good many Americans do not have the financial wherewithal to invest.

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG and Matt, all I can say is wow! I agree on both comments.

This must be a landmark event!

From: Grey Ghost
22-Jan-22
Rocky, random accidents happen. :-)

Be careful, though. Agreeing with Matt and me may earn you the “Bow-lib” label around here.

Matt.

From: Rocky D
22-Jan-22
GG, thanks for the thought but I don’t think anyone has me pegged for anything except too much time on my hands.

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22-Jan-22

From: KsRancher
23-Jan-22
Matt. Do you think the 6-8% return from current market or 6-8% from the highs put in around a month ago. That amount of gain from now would over the next year would put us flat. I am hoping for that amount of gain from the highs about a month ago. But it's fine either way, I will throw in all I can along the way. I am about done buying individual stocks. Sticking with the QQQ and VOO

From: spike78
23-Jan-22

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From: KsRancher
23-Jan-22
^agree. That man is pretty sharp. I listen to his ag market commentaries

From: Whatthefoc
23-Jan-22

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Biden’s position on the Packers

From: spike78
23-Jan-22

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From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22
DG, Javelin weapon system rounds do not come close to weighing 48 pounds.

Oh by the way, I was responsible for the Javelin training strategy and I can have anyone on here hitting targets at distance if they are physically capable from a defensive posture in a couple hours.

Remember once you pull the trigger it’s “fire and forget”

So just how many of these rounds have you really shot! Please don’t fabricate because I can tell you how many was shot in the last twenty years both in training and combat!

So we’re those two board or four board CLUs (trick question just for you) or are you going to tell me that you got your hands on one of the new light weight CLUs…

The last I checked the javelin fired with CLU maximum effective range was 2K!

P.S. I validated the Javelin’s Technical Manual in the spring of 2019.

As for the Stryker Range in HI it wasn’t created on land obtained through the use of eminent domain!

P.S. since 2006 I was the Infantry School Range action officer and have hosted the Semiannual Army Range Modernization Workgroup typically held in February and late July of each year to support PM review and the General Officers Steering Committee!

Also, in 1997 I was in charge of the Javelin NET team and stood up the Javelin gunners course in June of 1999!

I started to call you out when you were talking about RPGs out to 500m without sights but decided to cut you some slack!

You are obviously a waste of good mind who has this incredible need to talk about things that he really doesn’t know that much about!

I will break it down through layman's terms for you. You want to be viewed as someone that’s different from who you really are!

From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22

From: KSflatlander
23-Jan-22
Rocky D…meet Shawn Magyar/Dick Grass LMAO

From: Grey Ghost
23-Jan-22
Rocky, in other words, Shawn is a fraud? I’m glad someone else has noticed.

Matt

From: Matt
23-Jan-22
Haha, the cyber-illegal alien gets dinged yet again.

From: rallison
23-Jan-22
think your job sucks? Try being Jen Psaki! Little Red Lying Hood. Stands up there trying to play CYA lying through her teeth. She's gotta know she looks like an idiot spewing that bs.

And as an added benefit to Branden's booming economy, my IRA dropped 10 grand last week...elections have consequences.

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From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22
DG, You speak in generalities!

You said you shot lots of them! I said you had not shot lots of them!

How did you effectively employ a weapon system when you didn’t even know it’s maximum effective range or manage the load if you combine the weight of the round with the weight of the CLU.

On that experiment be sure to let your audience know you were carrying simulated rounds and I sent SSG Dan Duval to cover down on that exercise as the Javelin subject matter expert.

The Javelin operational test was at Ft Ord in 1993.

I am probably a little older than you since I was in the 25th 1988 to 1992. I was in the wolfhounds and I started the 25ths MOUT school in 1990 and was in 3/21 IN BN 90-92 and help design the MOUT complex that was to be built on the south range on Sch BKS!

I was humping a ruck in 1977 so bare with my naïveté and yes after 24 years in the Infantry the Army wanted me to be the Infantry Urban Operations analyst so all those shoot houses and CACTFs that you and your guys were training in I was behind the scene managing the effort.

As a former CSM you should understand “be correct or be corrected”!

I’m done so go on with your bad self and continue to put out misinformation!

From: Grey Ghost
23-Jan-22
And here we have 2 military vets comparing dick sizes. One proudly posts under his real name. The other is a troll who has been banned nearly 30 times. I know who’s posts I’ll consider.

Matt

From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22
Matt, We’re not measuring! I just wanted the facts to be correct!

CSM Anderson and I went to lunch in his little VW. Todd Wood was the Company Cmdr.

I am sure that you know CSMs Brady or Fortenberry I got them both as privates in the 25th.

From: Grey Ghost
23-Jan-22
Rocky, thank you for your service, sincerely.

Matt

From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22
No Todd was the company cmdr.

I know more about the 90mm than I want to know. It’s no fun in dick deep snow on snowshoes with a winter packing list in Alaska!

From: Rocky D
23-Jan-22
DG, I can’t even spell dark side.

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
If Biden sends troops it will be the dumbest military decision since well the Afghanistan debacle.

Simply put, he will lose in the optics game on the world stage.

24-Jan-22
Rocky, you make a valid point. Normally the optics would make an administration think twice. When everything a president is measured on is spiraling down in a ball of flames. They are praying for LESS catastrophic optics they currently have.

He and his sidekicks the liberal media, would love something else to focus on.

In the back of the POS politicians minds they are weighing the pros and cons now.

To them Low life military lives don’t matter in the big scheme of things and neither do all the other concerns. What matters is them holding power and getting re elected. It’s been going on since Korea. Hell even in World War II the politicians tied Patton in MacArthur‘s hands behind their backs. Because of optics and politics, not military strategy or the nations interests.

Patton said let’s take care of Russia now or will we dealing with them later and MacArthur said let’s deal with China now or will be dealing with them in the Future and look where we are now from greasy politicians looking out for their own interests. Instead of the nations.

I see nothing to convince me they won’t do it again.

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
“ They are praying for LESS catastrophic optics they currently have. He and his sidekicks the liberal media, would love something else to focus on.”

Altitude, absolutely!

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
“ They are praying for LESS catastrophic optics they currently have. He and his sidekicks the liberal media, would love something else to focus on.”

Altitude, absolutely!

From: spike78
24-Jan-22
Sad part is only young soldiers die while the world leaders are all relaxing eating filet mignon and lobster while sleeping well at night. Sad world we live in.

24-Jan-22
Turns out 2+2 really does equal 4.

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
“ If Jobama sails a missile frigate into black sea we are in trouble. Hope this fool does not get idea to put Troops (speed bumps) in Ukraine. “

DG, I had something similar and decided to not confound the audience!

This is DANGER close, if Putin moves then we have stepped into another hole paradigm!

The NATO show force may turn into a farce! It would have been different if this response had happened 6-8 weeks ago!

You know only the bad men get to walk down the street and everyone else travels on his coat tail! Soon as the bad man goes away the curmudgeons come out in broad daylight!

Sadly, Vladimir knows that Biden, Bilikin, and those two flunky Generals are not bad men!

Remember, Biden was against the the UBL raid! No one knows this better than the former KGB agent!

You know when it comes nut cuttin time there are those that step forward and others that step back!

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
Roger, if not by March then we may have some time!

Vladdy, is going to do what Vladdy wants to do!

This NATO buildup is simply virtue signaling.

From: scentman
24-Jan-22
DG, do think this crash test dummy could possibly drive us straight into WW3? I am totally serious... this is some rogue operational government we are witnessing

From: scentman
24-Jan-22
"They" is the operative word. ;0)

24-Jan-22
I agree but my concern is our admin decision makers aren't at the same level as Vlad and Xi when it comes to world chess.

Someone who gets outsmarted but with a lot of power at their disposal is unsettling.

From: azelkhntr
24-Jan-22
A concrete defensive (blast) wall has been erected around the White House. Mysterious flashes were recently seen inside the WH at night and speculation is they were demo charges to aid in the collapse of the structure. The usurpers are getting desperate and thus are in need of an event; false flag; such as the destruction of the WH to pin on the Russians. This will bring the majority of the population in line and in favor of a war with Russia. Just like they did in Dec. 7th. 1941. The Jan 6th insurrection; LOL; didn't achieve the desired result. Desperate times calls for desperate measures. If this is true (?) and they do hit the WH with a missile or such don't believe it. My speculations only for your consideration.

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
^^^ Yup, simply a chess match!

From: azelkhntr
24-Jan-22

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Keeping in mind that the WH was built in the late 18th century of local sandstone it probably isn't going to take big noisy normal demo charges to do the drop. As I said just my musings. But still. Why the big new wall around it? IDK?

From: Rocky D
24-Jan-22
“ Why the big new wall around it? IDK?”

Validating the domestic terrorist threat!

From: KSflatlander
24-Jan-22
Azelkhntr- don’t take this wrong but you are so far deep you can’t see any photons anymore.

24-Jan-22
"Again, things don't look or feel all that different now that Biden is in office." I don't know where you live but it must not be in the United States.

From: scentman
24-Jan-22
Why then is Jobeonecanobe always sitting at a sixth graders desk, with a fake backdrop? Oh maybe Pelosi is having the WH fumigated... bat chit crazy beaach.

From: scentman
24-Jan-22
POTUS calls an American reporter " a stupid son of a bitch"... "fake news" is kid stuff. He would not call " corn pop" that... no " corn pop was a tough dude".

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24-Jan-22

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From: KSflatlander
24-Jan-22
Anyone name this new derangement syndrome yet?

From: Grasshopper
24-Jan-22

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He is quoting his autobiography.

From: JL
24-Jan-22

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From FiveThirtyEight today.....

From: azelkhntr
24-Jan-22
If you walk into the WH any given day of the week the smartest person in there can be found in the basement. His name is Peter Doocy. One of my hero's.

From: scentman
24-Jan-22
When Psaki answers a question from Doocy, it's like an older sister berating her younger brother... Doocy never loses his cool.

From: azelkhntr
24-Jan-22
I like to think that pissaki grinds her teeth at night nonstop wondering what he'll ask her about in the morning.

From: azelkhntr
25-Jan-22
Wisconsin may have just withdrawn its 10 electors for joe in the 2020 election.

From: JL
25-Jan-22

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^.....I'd be careful on that story. There seems to be conflicting stories floating around.

From: DanaC
26-Jan-22
"Joe Poopy Pants had to call..."

"We are now seeing what Joey was like when he was 8-10yrs old. Not a good look."

Still as irony-impaired as ever, Shawn. ;-)

From: JL
26-Jan-22

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Alot of polls coming in today....

From: azelkhntr
26-Jan-22

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From: JL
26-Jan-22
^....that was funny. Seen it before with different topics being used.

From: azelkhntr
26-Jan-22
I took the time yesterday and contacted my Senators and Reps to let them know we do not support any interventions in the border dispute between Ukraine and Russia. Nothing that is happening there is in the vital interests of the USA. However biden, pelosi, romney and kerry do have big financial interests in there. Meanwhile our own borders are wide open to every 3rd world criminal to cross over and be welcomed by joe. Contact your Senators and Reps today or get ready to see your kids go to war in Eastern Europe. Remember Afghanistan?

From: JL
26-Jan-22

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^....a song comes to mind.....

From: KSflatlander
26-Jan-22
Hey Shawn…Brandon won.

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