Joe Biden ‘marching’ with Al Sharpton this weekend in Selma, Alabama. pic.twitter.com/4hBG2GQjr5— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) March 6, 2023
What happened to fast food being cheap?— Eric Hoke (@erichoke) August 28, 2023
My family of 5 went to Chick-fil-A.
Bill was $64.
It’s fried chicken, not wagyu.
Bidenomics, Jack. pic.twitter.com/KCV8VrUQqo— William Wolfe ?? (@William_E_Wolfe) August 28, 2023
The marching can never stop.
It can never stop because it is perpetually crossing the Bridge To Nowhere.
Sixty years ago, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans marched on Washington for jobs and freedom. In describing his dream for us all, Dr. King spoke of redeeming the “promissory note to which every American was to fall heir” derived from the very idea of America — we are all created equal and deserve to be treated equally throughout our lives. While we’ve never fully lived up to that promise as a nation, we have never fully walked away from it, either. Each day of the Biden-Harris administration, we continue the march forward.
That includes a fundamental break with trickle-down economics that promised prosperity but failed America, especially Black Americans, over the past several decades. Trickle-down economics holds that taxes should be cut for the wealthiest Americans and biggest corporations, that public investments in priorities such as education, infrastructure and health care should be shrunk, and good jobs shipped overseas. It has exacerbated inequality and systemic barriers that make it harder for Black Americans to start a business, own a home, send their children to school and retire with dignity.
Vice President Harris and I came into office determined to change the economic direction of the country and grow the economy from the middle out and bottom up, not the top down. Our plan — Bidenomics — is working. …
These people are spinning their wheels.
They can lash out in fits of rage and toss Aunt Jemima into the fire as a sacrifice. It accomplishes nothing. The same racial gaps that vexxed liberals in the 1960s are still around. All the social scientists, diversity programs, cancellations and government spending in the world cannot bring about racial equality. Utopia is always just around the corner. We have to keep marching forward toward it.
How do we know this? They won. They have tried everything. They had their chance. They are no closer to reaching their desired destination than they were back then. Oh wait … but this time we have passed the Inflation Reduction Act, the American Rescue Plan, the CHIPs Act and the bipartisan infrastructure law. Selma, Jackson and Detroit are on their way to becoming the world of the Jetsons!