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I cannot convince myself that Democrats are/will be doing much better than the former republican one . Democrats & Republicans both are either directly or indirectly almost always playing into the hands of corporate America + Wall Street. During the process of electing Obama , especially the 2nd term , much interest and enthusiasm was aroused for doing something in favor of a semi-radical reform to return America back to some simulacrum of normalcy : especially over the issue of  abject poverty  //  but also over the slavery that is called a lifetime job or a long-life job. Then you see what Obama did to all those crowds of truly willing young people ? He simply told them to go home -- now that they have trusted him -- and to put everything at his own hands to make a really better America. The youth put their trust in him and said bye-bye  and went home. Then what deep-rooted fundamental change did he bring to America ? He acted more like a traitor. Started connecting with  corporate America + Wall Street , for the very simple reason that he had no original intention of making America over.  His plan was to slowly turn American corporate debt nationalized. A grave sin  . . . . . .. Which , of course , he did very well to accomplish . . . . 

 

Alas ! Alas ! 

 

Now Biden himself is a zillionaire. And his son. How can such a person feel the calamity of office workers and truck-drivers doing many many hours of drudgery for only maintaining a minimal level of decency throughout their lives ??? Biden's team  say they wanna transform US economy somehow fundamentally. Biden has a $1.9 trillion economic rescue plan—But question is : out of whose pocket are these Dollars to come ??  

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21 minutes ago, Prof Reza Sanaye said:

what deep-rooted fundamental change did he bring to America ? He acted more like a traitor

Again, I feel the need to give commenters here a remedial civics lesson. Congress makes laws, not presidents. 

21 minutes ago, Prof Reza Sanaye said:

His plan was to slowly turn American corporate debt nationalized

That's quite a claim, but really conspiracy theories have no place here. Please support or retract it. 

22 minutes ago, Prof Reza Sanaye said:

Now Biden himself is a zillionaire. And his son.

Hyperbole, much?

23 minutes ago, Prof Reza Sanaye said:

How can such a person feel the calamity of office workers and truck-drivers doing many many hours of drudgery for only maintaining a minimal level of decency throughout their lives ?

You should consider looking into his history and past experience. It's not hard to understand "how such a person" can grasp and connect with the suffering of others. 

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2 minutes ago, iNow said:

Again, I feel the need to give commenters here a remedial civics lesson. Congress makes laws, not presidents. 

That's quite a claim, but really conspiracy theories have no place here. Please support or retract it. 

Hyperbole, much?

You should consider looking into his history and past experience. It's not hard to understand "how such a person" can grasp and connect with the suffering of others. 

He(Obama) didn't do it as per conspiracy theory. He committed the crime right in front of all glaring eyes under the  very wide sunshine. Just one instance is the service he did to American car industry.  

 

 

Congress makes legislation. Which party's Congress men and C-women suggest those legislations to Congress ? Both !  And one more :  In what manner is Biden enabled to spend that amount of nearly 2 trillion $  ??  

 

Quote from Wiki

 

 

The powers of the president of the United States include those explicitly granted by Article II of the United States Constitution as well as those granted by Acts of Congress, implied powers, and also a great deal of soft power that is attached to the presidency.[1]

The Constitution explicitly assigns the president the power to sign or veto legislation, command the armed forces, ask for the written opinion of their Cabinet, convene or adjourn Congress, grant reprieves and pardons, and receive ambassadors. The president shall take care that the laws are faithfully executed and the president has the power to appoint and remove executive officers. The president may make treaties, which need to be ratified by two-thirds of the Senate, and is accorded those foreign-affairs functions not otherwise granted to Congress or shared with the Senate. Thus, the president can control the formation and communication of foreign policy and can direct the nation's diplomatic corps. The president may also appoint Article III judges and some officers with the advice and consent of the U.S. Senate. In the condition of a Senate recess, the president may make a temporary appointment. 

 

 

Incidentally , How is it that  power is  exchanged every now and then only in between Democrats and Republicans and no third part ? No fourth party ??   !! 

 

And one more last : You are not obligated to be so very very scared of conspiracy theories. .  . .. though this is not my original line here . .  , , ,.,. , . . ,.  , ..

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Much of the legislation dealt with by Congress is drafted at the initiative of the executive branch.[35] In modern times, the "executive communication" has become a prolific source of legislative proposals. The communication is usually in the form of a message or letter from a member of the President's Cabinet, the head of an independent agency, or the President himself, transmitting a draft of a proposed bill to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate.[36] The president may personally propose legislation in annual and special messages to Congress including the annual State of the Union address and joint sessions of Congress. If Congress has adjourned without acting on proposals, the president may call a special session of the Congress.

Beyond these official powers, the U.S. president, as a leader of his political party and the United States government, holds great sway over public opinion whereby they may influence legislation.

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1 hour ago, Prof Reza Sanaye said:

It is NOT as kid-plain as you are claiming that legislation is under NO influence from the president

I see. Thanks for clarifying that you’re arguing against a strawman. I never claimed nor suggested that presidents can’t INFLUENCE legislation. 

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