It is time to admit that public education operates like a planned economy. Itâ€™s a bureaucratic system where everybodyâ€™s role is spelled out in advance, and there are few incentives for innovation and productivity. Itâ€™s not a surprise when a school system doesnâ€™t improve. It more resembles a Communist economy than our own market economy.
Feeling it yet? Feeling the pain of the Biden Administration’s and the other Dems’ policies and rhetoric? Wondering if there’s ever been a worse pain in our collective gasholes?
Then, this had to be expected when the Dems installed Biden and his handlers, overseers, and nurses in the White House. It should come as no surprise that only things Biden and Co. have built back is the Cold War and the inflation of the Jimmy Carter years.
With Creepy Uncle Joe’s signature project, Build Back Better, having been derailed by fellow Democrats, the question becomes if he – or, more accurately, whoever is using Biden as their hand puppet – will move on to Build Back Bitter in 2022.
This perfectly explains Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, his and the Dems’ multi-trillion dollar boondoggle. It is, as it must be due to the nature of our federated political system, is doomed to be nothing but a hodge-podge of poorly – if at all – though patches to a system that the Dems’ have decided is broken. It’s just, at best, a bit of rhetoric to rationalize the theft of $3.5 trillion or more from the makers in order to fail to usefully give it to the eaters and takers within our borders.
But then, one does have to wonder if there ever was a point to Build Back Better beyond doing what the Dems have always stated their primary focus in politics was: stripping wealth from successful private citizens and enterprises in order to use it for their own agendas.
Honestly, if Biden and Dems actually wanted to help out the “lower and middle classes” they could just change the tax code so that nobody making less than $44,000 per year paid federal income tax. That would be a direct and easy benefit to the bottom %50 of taxpayers in America and would only cost the federal government approximately 3% of its total Personal Income Tax dollars. A few small and relatively painless tweaks to other parts of the tax code and enforcement policies could even make it cost-neutral.
But Build Back Better is meant to be Build On The Backs Of The Makers, if one can reasonably believe that anything at all will be built in the first place.