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Biden’s Disgraceful Handling of Hawaii Week at Legal Insurrection

Biden’s Disgraceful Handling of Hawaii Week at Legal Insurrection

All the news you may have missed.

Remember how Democrats and the media treated Bush after Hurricane Katrina? Biden’s words and lack of action this week have been downright awful.

This seems newsworthy.

Never let a crisis go to waste.

Professor Jacobson has been doing a lot of media lately. Check it out.

The left’s wild pursuit of Trump is unhinged.

It just never ends.

This is an interesting development.

Democrats and the media pretend not to remember any of this.

And yet the Biden administration keeps saying the border is secure.

California crime is out of control.

Illinois doesn’t want people to be able to protect themselves.

More of this is coming.

World news.

This is easy to believe.

So is this.

This story is so bizarre.

They chose… poorly.


Compare and contrast.

This is insanity.


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A President who doesn’t pander by visiting disaster sites is a plus. That’s a news biz event to get women to tune in. That Biden’s too senile even to pander is another matter.

It’s disgraceful only within the soap opera news narrative. Outside of it, it’s clickbait for the rubes.

    Suburban Farm Guy in reply to rhhardin. | August 20, 2023 at 11:28 am

    Trying to win the popularity prize again? Is there no possibility that a competent executive could get a better grasp of the scale of a disaster by visiting first-hand and thereby set a better response? Sure, Biden never was that guy. But.

    Anyway the point was how Dems crucified W for “you’re doing a heck of a job, Brownie,” while approving of more hiding in the basement by their guy. Ok, hypocrisy is a big target with Dems… And it’s not the conservative way to stoke outrage, even when needed. We’re downright awful at it.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to rhhardin. | August 20, 2023 at 12:48 pm

    I agree, regardless of who the politician may be. What can they contribute? They are just in the way. Pronouncements and condolences sound good but accomplish nothing. Stay out of the way and let those who know what they are doing get the job done.

I haven’t been keeping up with the news. Have 51 intelligence officials come out with a statement denouncing the direct energy weapon theories as conspiracy hoaxes?

They’re opponents, not enemies. The possibility of talking to them is open unless you close it. Closing it leaves the right as stupid as the left.

The general problem is not anything in particular but closing off the possibility of communication (e.g., with “disgraceful”). The lure is just for clickbait, a low motive.

I’m reminded of NR in the 70s, where the right was above all cordial if amused. Buckley write a friendly obit for Hubert Humphrey.

    Treguard in reply to rhhardin. | August 20, 2023 at 12:36 pm

    Does that time need to pass? The Democratic party is scheming to remove, not just our 2A, but 1A rights.

    They throw people who intend to defend themselves into jail.

    I don’t know that they really aren’t our enemies now.

      rhhardin in reply to Treguard. | August 20, 2023 at 1:42 pm

      They need voters, and those voters need to be persuaded otherwise. That’s where communication comes in. Otherwise you have to kill half the population to get agreement.

      The proximate cause is the media business model. You choose your news silo by what provides you the most entertainment. Women happen to like soap opera and that’s what the left provides. They hardly care whether it’s true or not so long as feelings are involved.

      The right traditionally relies, like the founding fathers, on structure.

      Structure and feelings can’t exist together. Feelings break structure or structure suppresses feelings. The left is the former and the right (traditionally) the latter.

      Rule of law, for example, explicitly suppresses feelings. The left has law by feelings only.

      One way out is ridicule the heck out of feelings, or somehow make women self-aware enough not to carry their entertainment choice into the voting booth. This involves communication. Maybe get a few really hot male Hollywood actors on our side to explain men to women.

      Men elected Trump in 2020, women elected Biden.

        Treguard in reply to rhhardin. | August 20, 2023 at 1:59 pm

        I know a certain amount of people that believe that the goal is, in fact, to kill/intimidate the conservative side by forcing them into submission.

        And if women elected Mr. Biden it was because of Southern conservatives overplaying the repeal of Roe v Wade.

          rhhardin in reply to Treguard. | August 20, 2023 at 6:49 pm

          I’m pretty sure that Republicans will lose 2024 just because of the anti-abortion menace-to-women brand that a few Republican states have shown. That’s a top priority loser.

Nobody except the politicians want this pest here. They want him for money.

Subotai Bahadur | August 20, 2023 at 6:25 pm

In any putative election that takes place in 2024, assuming that the Leftist powers-that-be keep Biden as the candidate, does anyone believe that Biden’s “no comment” will cost him or any other Democrat running in Hawaii one vote?

Subotai Bahadur