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*** Official Pete Buttigieg Thread ***


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15 minutes ago, Lehigh98 said:

Pence's personal beliefs versus Trumps personal actions are one thing, but his policy stances at least line up with Trumps.  Policy affects ALL Americans.  It was a valid question and rather than answer he just attacked the other side with a pointlessly bad analogy.  Liberal politics as usual I guess, take every position without taking any position.  

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20 minutes ago, Snotbubbles said:

Pence's personal beliefs versus Trumps personal actions are one thing, but his policy stances at least line up with Trumps.  Policy affects ALL Americans.  It was a valid question and rather than answer he just attacked the other side with a pointlessly bad analogy.  Liberal politics as usual I guess, take every position without taking any position.  

You missed the second part.  Pence called the immigration tactics unconstitutional - until trump stared using those tactics.  Great analogy cause it’s even worse comparison

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Reparations for illegals did him in.  Thought he had a good chance before that.  Based on previous policies and statements (relative to Biden), I would have thought he would have resonated with minorities better than Biden.

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The photo on CNN showing Chasten and Pete sharing a hospital bed while holding their children tells me that they have horrible health insurance.  Couldn't they have their own hospital beds for such a difficult delivery of twins?  

Wait.  Why are the non-birthing people taking up a hospital bed?  "Tell that COVID patient to wait for the hospital bed until we get our photo op."  

Serious congrats on having the kids, and I'm sure they will make a wonderful family.

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11 hours ago, D-Day said:

The photo on CNN showing Chasten and Pete sharing a hospital bed while holding their children tells me that they have horrible health insurance.  Couldn't they have their own hospital beds for such a difficult delivery of twins?  

Wait.  Why are the non-birthing people taking up a hospital bed?  "Tell that COVID patient to wait for the hospital bed until we get our photo op."  

Serious congrats on having the kids, and I'm sure they will make a wonderful family.


“The Buttigiegs are also parents to two dogs -- Truman and Buddy.”

Let’s not do this CNN.  TIA.

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To say Buttigieg dropped the ball is underselling it. From the supply chain , cancel flights everywhere and trying to sandbag 5G rollouts . He’s done a horrendous job. Can you imagine if they push Kamala out and shoehorn this guy down our throats, good lord

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On 1/4/2022 at 11:42 AM, HellToupee said:

To say Buttigieg dropped the ball is underselling it. From the supply chain , cancel flights everywhere and trying to sandbag 5G rollouts . He’s done a horrendous job. Can you imagine if they push Kamala out and shoehorn this guy down our throats, good lord

He's not the problem with 5G rollouts; it's the airlines.   The DOT has nothing to do with cancelled flights.   

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On 1/4/2022 at 2:42 PM, HellToupee said:

To say Buttigieg dropped the ball is underselling it. From the supply chain , cancel flights everywhere and trying to sandbag 5G rollouts . He’s done a horrendous job. Can you imagine if they push Kamala out and shoehorn this guy down our throats, good lord

 

From the White House:

 

JANUARY 05, 2022•BLOG

Happy New Year! We are kicking off 2022 with a focus on three important supply chain topics.

First, the U.S. goods movements supply chain ended a record-breaking year with a record-breaking holiday shopping season. Data from Mastercardindicate holiday sales rose 8.5 percent compared to 2020 and 10.7 percent compared to pre-pandemic 2019. Consumers also received nearly 99 percent of their packages on time or with minimal delays from USPS, UPS, and FedEx while delivery times for all three delivery services were 26 to 40 percent faster than before the pandemic.

Second, as we begin the new year, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach announced a new fee on long-dwelling empty containers, building on the success of the fee announced on long-dwelling import containers in November. This will hopefully accelerate the removal of empty containers that are currently clogging the ports. In addition, efforts to ensure U.S. exporters are treated fairly continue:  the Port of Oakland announced new actions to improve U.S. exports, particularly agricultural exporters.

Third, we have taken new steps to monitor potential Omicron-related disruptions at ports overseas and at home while working with the public and private sectors to prioritize the throughput of medical supplies at the nation’s ports.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/nec/briefing-room/2022/01/05/a-record-setting-holiday-season/

 

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3 minutes ago, Boston said:

 

It is currently out-of-stock due to supply chain issues but should be delivered in 6 months...

 

Here is some reading for you, so you can update your talking points appropriately:

 

 

3 hours ago, Sinn Fein said:

 

From the White House:

 

JANUARY 05, 2022•BLOG

Happy New Year! We are kicking off 2022 with a focus on three important supply chain topics.

First, the U.S. goods movements supply chain ended a record-breaking year with a record-breaking holiday shopping season. Data from Mastercardindicate holiday sales rose 8.5 percent compared to 2020 and 10.7 percent compared to pre-pandemic 2019. Consumers also received nearly 99 percent of their packages on time or with minimal delays from USPS, UPS, and FedEx while delivery times for all three delivery services were 26 to 40 percent faster than before the pandemic.

Second, as we begin the new year, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach announced a new fee on long-dwelling empty containers, building on the success of the fee announced on long-dwelling import containers in November. This will hopefully accelerate the removal of empty containers that are currently clogging the ports. In addition, efforts to ensure U.S. exporters are treated fairly continue:  the Port of Oakland announced new actions to improve U.S. exports, particularly agricultural exporters.

Third, we have taken new steps to monitor potential Omicron-related disruptions at ports overseas and at home while working with the public and private sectors to prioritize the throughput of medical supplies at the nation’s ports.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/nec/briefing-room/2022/01/05/a-record-setting-holiday-season/

 

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6 minutes ago, Sinn Fein said:

 

Here is some reading for you, so you can update your talking points appropriately:

 

 

 

That's OK...no need to read some political talking points when I see what is going on out in the real world.

 

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1 minute ago, Boston said:

That's OK...no need to read some political talking points when I see what is going on out in the real world.

 

 

Yeah ok - figured adding facts to the conversation was a step too far.

 

Sorry that Santa missed your house.  Everything we ordered got here on time, including two things that originally had a January delivery date.

 

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5 minutes ago, Sinn Fein said:

 

Yeah ok - figured adding facts to the conversation was a step too far.

 

Sorry that Santa missed your house.  Everything we ordered got here on time, including two things that originally had a January delivery date.

 

 

That is great and I am rooting for you that your Mayor Pete bobblehead will be arriving sooner rather than later...seems like a wonderful way to start the New Year!

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5 hours ago, Boston said:

 

It is currently out-of-stock due to supply chain issues but should be delivered in 6 months...

ORDER 1200304

 

Your order is on the way!

Your package is being shipped via FedEx to the following address: 

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“It has promised $17 billion in investments at ports as part of the infrastructure law. But given that most links in the supply chain are owned by the private sector, the administration has found few short-term solutions to the supply crunch.“

 

:shrug:  Unless you are advocating for government takeover of private industry it seems like your posts are in the wrong thread…

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