They Got What They Ordered — Kamala Harris, VP United States

Written by Dan Perkins on March 26, 2022

Vice-president Kamala Harris reminded Democrats recently that she and the President have delivered to the American voter what they were expecting in the most recent general election. I thought about this statement and decided to look at what they did and ask my readers to vote again if they got what they wanted.

Below are some of the things Biden/Harris have delivered during their first year in office. There are two letters: (Y)Yes, this is what I wanted and the other for (N)No, I did not want this.

Inflation last month was 7.9% and is the fourth month in a row that inflation hit a 40 year high. The price of things is rising faster than my wages, and I don’t think the President and his people thought things through before making changes.
Y. N.

It cost me $85 to fill my tank, up from $40 last year. I know people who are spending over $100 per fill-up and more. Big trucks that move plenty of things across America have twin 120-gallon tanks, so a fill-up is over $1,600. I have noticed fuel surcharges coming back. I don’t understand how the President could restrict fuel full well, knowing the green energy was in no way ready to replace carbon-based energy, and the result was they energy prices would go up.
Y. N.

I didn’t understand that immigration reform would mean that over 2 million illegal immigrants would cross the southern border in the first year of the Biden administration. Again, Biden has virtually ignored the problem, and he and his team have no solution to the problem.
Y. N.

The President made many promises about COVID, including ending it in his first 90-days et at the end of his first year in office. More people died from COVID in 2021 than in 2020. We were told that the vaccine would protect us, and I have no confidence what to believe from the Biden Administration on COVID. I know people who have had all three shots and still got COVID.
Y. N.

I supported getting out of Afghanistan, but the way we did it left behind $85 billion in equipment. With all the equipment we left behind, thousands of American residents are still there. The military’s massacre at the gates to the airport was a low point for the Biden government. I was embarrassed and ashamed at the withdrawal. Do you support what the Biden administration did?
Y. N.

In August 2021, we pulled out of Afghanistan, and less than 8 months later, Putin invaded Ukraine. The President has told us for now that American troops will not be on the ground in Ukraine. Clearly, Biden has not handled Putin very well, and he has not told us the truth on Russian oil-exporting to the United States. He left America the impression that Russian oil tankers would not be allowed to enter American ports, but now we know they will continue off-loading oil for 6 additional weeks.
Y. N.

Do you trust what President Biden says?
Y. N.

If President Biden decides to run for re-election, would you vote
for him?
Y. N.

Should Vice-president Harris evoke the 25th amendment and have President Biden retire as not medically competent to be President?
Y. N.

If you are dissatisfied with the performance of the Democrats in the House and the Senate, should control of both houses be changed to Republicans in the mid-term election?
Y. N.

Were you surprised and disappointed at the rapid decline in the economy?
Y. N.

If you are a registered Democrat, will you vote Republican in the
mid-terms?
Y. N.

I want you to print this out, fill it out, and send it to:
Republican National Committee
Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman
310 First St. SE
Washington, DC 20003

It is essential to be realistic about significant changes if Republicans take control of Congress. So far, Biden has signed into law 22 bills. The President has signed 85 executive orders, 64 presidential memoranda, 209 proclamations, and 43 notices in the same time frame. It is important to note that none of these items include thousands of administrative rules, regulations issued by the bureaucrats that have the power of enforcement even though they are not laws passed by Congress. When Donald Trump was President, we saw that he got the government off the backs of businesses. As sad as it is for me to say that we need to elect a new President who will free American business off of these regulations, which will not happen for another 2 and one-half years. In the meantime, electing as many conservatives to state, local, and national offices is the only way to bring about real change.

Dan Perkins is a published author of 4 novels on nuclear and biological terrorism against the United States and is a current events commentator for over 35+ news blogs. He has had commentaries posted on Medium, Conservative Truth, and Newsmax among others. He appears on radio and TV many times a month. Dan’s newest show is “Black and White” which can be heard on the Blacks and Whites Network at blacksandwhites.us. More information on Perkins can be found on his web site: danperkins.guru.