Why Putin sees the Whisperer as weak

The Whisperer

Joe Biden “on Saturday backtracked on previous remarks he made on his intent to sign the nearly $1 trillion infrastructure package and confirmed he will “fully stand behind it.

“The bottom line is this: I gave my word to support the Infrastructure Plan, and that’s what I intend to do,” Biden said in a Saturday statement. “I intend to pursue the passage of that plan, which Democrats and Republicans agreed to on Thursday, with vigor.”

Adding: “It would be good for the economy, good for our country, good for our people. I fully stand behind it without reservation or hesitation.”


The president raised eyebrows this week after he and a group of 21 senators reached a $953 billion compromise to modernize U.S. infrastructure, but then said he would not sign the bill unless Congress also passed a broader Democratic spending package.

Biden has proposed a separate $1.8 trillion plan, titled the American Family Plan, which seeks to heavily invest in “education, health care, child care, and tax cuts for families, coupled with other investments in care for our seniors, housing, and clean energy.”

The plan has been referred to as the “human infrastructure” portion of Biden’s planned investments across the U.S.

The president told reporters Thursday he wants both packages passed “in tandem

“If this is the only thing that comes to me, I’m not signing it,” Biden told reporters regarding the bipartisan infrastructure deal. “It’s in tandem.”

The pronouncement frustrated both Republicans and Democrats on the Hill.

“That statement understandably upset some Republicans, who do not see the two plans as linked; they are hoping to defeat my Families Plan,” Biden said in his Saturday statement. 

“So to be clear: our bipartisan agreement does not preclude Republicans from attempting to defeat my Families Plan; likewise, they should have no objections to my devoted efforts to pass that Families Plan,” he added.

Realizing he had infuriated senators who negotiated the bipartisan deal, Biden spent time making phone calls to members of Congress to keep the plan on track, Politico reported.

After Biden released his Saturday statement, negotiators including Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., reiterated support for the proposal.

“We should pass it because it is good for the economy and the country,” Portman wrote on Twitter.” foxbusiness

Comment: Well maybe this or maybe that … It all depends on which fantasyland dream I am pursuing today. He doesn’t have a chance in hell of getting the madness of the “The Families Plan” through this senate but he persists in this drivel. An easily recruitable mark, that is how Putin would see him. That is how I see him. Joe’s ego is so large that it can be played like a musical instrument. That is what his communist handlers are doing now. pl


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15 Responses to Why Putin sees the Whisperer as weak

  1. Bill H. says:

    “C’mon man.” He is selling the Brooklyn Bridge. He tells us what he is going to do and then, when that creates an outcry, tells us he “won’t really do it.” Of course he will do it. Once Congress takes action based on his promise, he is free to renege on that promise without cost.

  2. Deap says:

    Using tax dollars is never an “investment”; it is wealth redistribution solely for political purpose.

    • Fred says:

      Yep, from the Albert Gallitan’s suggestions on federal funding for roads and canals to Eisenhower’s interstate highway plan it has all been about wealth redistribution. Tell us another one.

  3. Deap says:

    Who dinged Defector Dong or is that bell now getting unrung?

    If Defector Dong in fact was connected to Jack Ma’s Alibaba, I can now see a possible motivation to flee considering CCP treatment of Ma. Or was it the other way around, did CCP come after Ma because of Dong alleged defection?


  4. Eliot says:

    Col. Lang,

    I would expect internal chaos in the White House, and rapid policy shifts, with a weak president.

    – Eliot

  5. OhKahVay says:

    Article by Sergey Lavrov, Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, “The Law, the Rights and the Rules”, Moscow, June 28, 2021


    • JohninMK says:

      Thank you for that, it was a long, thoughtful and sobering read, with some pretty good comments.

  6. Fred says:

    Ah, no mean tweets. On a road trip. $3.10 gas in Michigan. Even though Gretchen the great just unmasked the hoi polloi, UM’s newest conformists still wear them in the best Baa Baa Biden’s sheep way. Lot’s of businesses went belly up, the cafe slash wine shop down the street from where I used to live was almost one of them. If 40% of their gross hadn’t been liquor it would have. Their Sunday crowd was a third of what it was 2 years ago. Congratulations democrats.

    • JerseyJeffersonian says:


      One is tempted to believe that the immiseration and/or collapse of a significant part of the small business/entrepreneurial business sector was part of the attraction of the plandemic for the democrats. This on the principle that punishing the kulaks is always a meritorious act in the minds of the leftists; after all, those stiff-necked people just don’t bend the knee when confronted with leftist ideology and practice, so…

      • Fred says:

        A thriving middle class is always a threat to leftists.

      • PRC90 says:

        .. So, a lot of formerly local supplier businesses will be replaced by online sales from little E-shops (like Amazon) . I doubt it’s merely the punishing of the kulacks; there are real economic benefits going to economy of scale entities who have good relations with the (unmasked) Covid-savvy political class.
        All of which will be lost on the Whisperer. Not that his handlers really care – their main concern until after the mid-terms will be maintaining his reliability through his medication, scripting, and avoiding stairs. Putin would sympathize with their difficulties with the puppet, but will probably devote time to thinking about his future dealings with Kamala’s handlers – for Putin, talking productively with actual US Presidents ceased with George W., and he would probably see that as a measure of general weakness.

        • Deap says:

          The other side of “e-commerce”: porch pirates stealing deliveries; wrong item sent, wrong color, wrong size, defective parts, delay, impossible returns, disclosure of financial information…… there are built-in limitations to “e-commerce” that only a real storefront can provide.

          A local “tent city” was raided due to high levels of criminal activity, and one whole tent was full of Amazon packages. No I don’t think they ordered them. Though there was a lot of trade activity going on – drugs and prostitution. Along with cooking meth and burning our city down.

        • Fred says:

          Do economies of scale work for poverty too? The more poor you create, the more government do gooder jobs are created?

          • akaPatience says:

            Good point. Sounds like a plan.

          • Deap says:

            Correction ……..the “more good paying union jobs” …. you create being poverty pimps. That seems to be the current Biden/ACO buzzword — good union jobs.

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