The Biden Administration Thread

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Nov 16, 2013
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I seriously get humor; I do it professionally; produced a couple of feature films; I used tour regionally in the western states. I perform at the comedy clubs in Los Angeles when they're not shut down.

I get that the 77-year old Joe Biden is not quite spry. I just assumed there was a better punchline coming.
Something about viagra?
 
Nov 16, 2013
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Has anyone thought you could get your son a softball or basketball scholarship by just claiming he's a girl? After all the executive order doesn't mandate they have to be taking any transition drugs. You could just have him identify as a lesbian or something.
 

OSU79

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Yep, the lucky turd's great, great-great (or so) grandfather's homestead just happened to be on the river overlooking Multnomah Falls on the other side so he built a house there.

Well, sort of lucky. This is him:
https://www.nytimes.com/1999/04/24/...enic-view-is-environmentalists-nightmare.html

Perched on a gusty bluff high above the Columbia River, the dream house that Brian and Jody Bea are trying to build here looks out on a spectacular vista. Evergreens and basalt hills are all around. And, across the way in Oregon, 620-foot Multnomah Falls, one of that state's most popular tourist sites, cascades into the broad river.

But there is a big problem with this house with a view: it can be viewed all too well.

In an escalating dispute that pits environmental groups against property-rights advocates and has become a major test of a 13-year-old Federal law intended to protect the beauty of the gorge, the bi-state Columbia River Gorge Commission has ordered the Beas to move their house at least 200 feet so it will be far less visible from the surrounding countryside.
I had a customer in Washougal years ago, probably went up there 6-7 times. Such a beautiful area. We always stayed on the Oregon side of the bridge - more restaurants, closer to the airport, etc., but I drove upriver a few times on both sides.
 

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https://twitter.com/reeseg_3/status/1353387993416015872?s=19
Cracks me up that twitter has started putting a disclaimer in election related tweets saying there is no evidence of widespread election fraud. Not once did they ever even consider putting a disclaimer on a Russian collusion tweet saying "note, after a 2 year investigation, there was no evidence of widespread collusion".
 

Binman4OSU

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Stupid about AGW!!
Cracks me up that twitter has started putting a disclaimer in election related tweets saying there is no evidence of widespread election fraud. Not once did they ever even consider putting a disclaimer on a Russian collusion tweet saying "note, after a 2 year investigation, there was no evidence of widespread collusion".
That isn't a twitter added notes about the election. That is the person who Tweeted it.

However, the real story here is the Osage GOP party Tweet, I accidently copied the jackhole retweeting it
 

Binman4OSU

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Stupid about AGW!!
Biden to sign EO to close loopholes in current Buy American Act and will create a Sr WH position to oversee the Buy American Process to ensure the US Govt $600 Billion spent on contracts each year are aligned with the Buy American Provision

https://twitter.com/HuffPostPol/status/1353778312972296193
 
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Biden signed more executive orders (21) in his first week than any other president!! You would think the Dems didn't control the house and the senate.

Trump signed 4, Obama signed 5 and Bush Jr. didn't sign any.
 
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Technically he issued 33 executive orders, actions, proclamations, memoranda and agency directives of which 21 were EO's.