How do Republicans have the NERVE to campaign on inflation, gas prices and the economy when all they can offer is incessant whining, but NO ACTUAL SOLUTIONS except a return to the failed policies of “supply side” “trickle down” corporate welfare and tax giveaways to the few richest elites coupled with deregulation of oversight that could address one of the major components of consumer price hikes: CORPORATE PROFITEERING AND PRICE GOUGING during multiple international emergencies?
Inflation and economy? Really? Biden has delivered the lowest unemployment in 70 years, and kept U.S. inflation far below that of other industrial nations in the wake of Putin’s war of aggression and the OPEC+ alliance with Russia to suppress oil production that was also demanded by Trump in April of 2020 under threat to the Saudis of removing protective U.S. bases from their territory.
Republicans want to do to the United States what Liz Truss did to the United Kingdom. When Truss was installed in mid-September, Faux “News” financial analysts such as Arthur Laffer (the architect of Reagan’s “supply side” policy) and Larry Kudlow, as well as multiple GOP elected officials, all praised her economic proposals and promised they would lead to prosperity. Kudlow, who was also a financial advisor to Trump and has never been right on a single economic prediction ever (he famously predicted that we were on the cusp of economic expansion just before the Bush economic meltdown in 2008), promised: “Now you’re going to watch Britain perform — outperform — the rest of the world year-in, year-out going forward.” Since the spectacular collapse of the British economy (and of Truss), he has been silent.
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