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President Biden is facing the test of the presidency, which is different from any challenge faced by modern American leaders.
It’s not just a global pandemic. Or the closure of the park leads to precipitation. Even his controversial and unpopular decision was to switch from side-by-side pork and rabbit stew adult dog food to ordinary Purina dog food in the White House kitchen.
The dilemma-he is not entirely sure-is that many of his so-called best friends are working hard from the inside to contain all parts of his agenda and contain his worst tendencies.
I know. I am one of them. Who is one of them? I’m. I’m! I’m!
What needs to be clear is that we are not the popular “republicanism” of the right. We don’t really follow politics, and those guys seem to be terrible.
But since my ancestors immigrated from Germany in 1945, our family has always been a loyal member of the Americans, and the president is still like a bad president, behaving very badly. This is why many of Biden’s adopters have vowed to do everything we can to ensure the safety of democratic institutions while keeping Mr. Biden short-lived until voters can follow him.
The root of the problem is that the president must be clearly told not to. His wrong decision on issues related to dog food brands is just the beginning. He randomly mobilized trusted consultants across the country, and there was hardly enough time to snatch away their favorite toys, thereby uprooting their lives. At best, he reluctantly followed his strongest supporters in the scripting setting. In the worst case, he blatantly ignores them and favors long and boring conversations with boring people on boring political issues. We say no! We say that the president is not good!
Don’t get me wrong. Some of the bright spots are the negative reports that the government can hardly stop: sometimes visitors sneak dog treats into the White House. But, although not (not because of) the president’s leadership style, stingy, rude, and mean, these successes have been achieved.
If it were not for the unknown boys inside and outside the White House, the erratic behavior would be even more worrying. Some of his assistants were regarded as villains by the media. But in private, they did their best to express their disapproval of the bad president’s bad decision.
In this chaotic era, it may feel cool, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room with stool on the floor. Under the management of anonymous dogs or humans (most likely humans), they choose to do business directly outside the diplomatic reception room, which is a quiet resistance. But the real difference will be that everyday citizens cross politics, cross the aisles, determined to get rid of the label, and provide all White House pets with a single, legally prescribed rib-based diet.