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I am surprised at how much of his agenda can be enacted without Senate approval. Executive orders, baby.

 

 

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Joe Biden has a lot of plans for his first day as president, and some of it can actually happen in a single day.

Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris climate agreement, reverse President Donald Trump’s rollbacks of public health and environmental rules and call allies worldwide to reassure them, all on his first day in the White House. Before that day is done, he says he will put in place a national strategy for containing the coronavirus pandemic, rejoin the World Health Organization, end the ban on immigration from several predominantly Muslim nations and expand rights for Latin American asylum seekers.

Biden has also promised swift action on housing, labor, gun control, LGBTQ rights and government reform.

 

 

Health Care/Covid-19

Biden’s  may appoint a “czar” in charge -- Biden adviser Ron Klain played that role in the Obama White House during the Ebola crisis -- or a broader committee.

Biden will have to make the case to a divided country that safety measures people take can set the stage for a broader recovery -- for instance by urging universal use of face masks. The message is “short-term pain for long-term gain,”  

 

Climate/Environment

Biden is set to immediately re-enroll the U.S. in the Paris agreement, the landmark 2015 climate accord under which nearly 200 countries pledged to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

 

 Supreme Court

Biden has said he’s “not a fan” of adding seats to the Supreme Court, something activists are urging to counter the rushed Republican confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and the resulting 6-3 conservative majority. But Biden says he would set up a bipartisan commission to consider reforms to the court system and report back to him within 180 days.

 

 Healthcare

“Protecting the Affordable Care Act would require a one-sentence bill, and that bill could fix the purported problem in any one of a number of different ways,” said Nicholas Bagley, a health-law law who teaches at the University of Michigan Law School.

 

Foreign Policy

A Biden administration is expected to quickly reverse much of Trump’s “America First” approach to foreign affairs, breathing new life into multilateral institutions such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the UN, and the World Trade Organization. Biden has pledged to restore U.S. leadership and to work with allies on everything from nuclear proliferation to trade to global health.

“We need a leader who will be ready on Day One to pick up the pieces of Donald Trump’s broken foreign policy and repair the damage he has caused around the world,” Biden tweeted earlier this year.

A Biden victory will come as a relief for European leaders, who were increasingly concerned that the NATO alliance might not survive a second Trump term. Biden, who during his nearly five decades in government has served as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as vice president, has vowed to restore American support for the postwar order.

“Day One, if I win, I’m going to be on the phone with our NATO allies saying, ‘We’re back,’” Biden said in a July Arizona TV interview.

 

Immigration

Biden has said he would end Trump’s ban on immigration to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim nations on his first day. He has said he would also undo Trump’s executive orders that eliminated “Obama-Biden enforcement priorities on national security and public safety.”

Most of these priorities could be handled through executive orders, so could be done on Biden’s first day in office or very early in his presidency.

Biden has also promised to send a bill to Congress creating a clear road map to citizenship for so-called Dreamers, allowing those brought to the U.S. without documentation as children to remain in the country and receive work permits.

The Biden campaign also announced that he would create a task force on his first day that would work to reunite the migrant children that the Trump administration separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexican border.

 

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13 hours ago, drvoke said:

The Biden campaign also announced that he would create a task force on his first day that would work to reunite the migrant children that the Trump administration separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexican border.

 

 

So the 485 of them, out of the 535 that were separated, that Trump already found the parents ... and the parents didn't want the kids back ... wonder what Pedo Joe will do with them? Oh, I know ... he will take them to the Whitehouse and create a "fondling room".

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On 11/7/2020 at 5:42 PM, drvoke said:

A Biden victory will come as a relief for European leaders, who were increasingly concerned that the NATO alliance might not survive a second Trump term.

 

ultraliberals despise the Military unless they suit the agenda.

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On 11/7/2020 at 5:42 PM, drvoke said:

Joe Biden's EPIC Knockout of Donald Trump - YouTube

 

 

I am surprised at how much of his agenda can be enacted without Senate approval. Executive orders, baby.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/biden-s-first-day-plans-range-from-covid-to-climate-guns-labor/ar-BB1aNpbn?ocid=msedgntp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Joe Biden has a lot of plans for his first day as president, and some of it can actually happen in a single day.

Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris climate agreement, reverse President Donald Trump’s rollbacks of public health and environmental rules and call allies worldwide to reassure them, all on his first day in the White House. Before that day is done, he says he will put in place a national strategy for containing the coronavirus pandemic, rejoin the World Health Organization, end the ban on immigration from several predominantly Muslim nations and expand rights for Latin American asylum seekers.

Biden has also promised swift action on housing, labor, gun control, LGBTQ rights and government reform.

 

 

Health Care/Covid-19

Biden’s  may appoint a “czar” in charge -- Biden adviser Ron Klain played that role in the Obama White House during the Ebola crisis -- or a broader committee.

Biden will have to make the case to a divided country that safety measures people take can set the stage for a broader recovery -- for instance by urging universal use of face masks. The message is “short-term pain for long-term gain,”  

 

Climate/Environment

Biden is set to immediately re-enroll the U.S. in the Paris agreement, the landmark 2015 climate accord under which nearly 200 countries pledged to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

 

 Supreme Court

Biden has said he’s “not a fan” of adding seats to the Supreme Court, something activists are urging to counter the rushed Republican confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and the resulting 6-3 conservative majority. But Biden says he would set up a bipartisan commission to consider reforms to the court system and report back to him within 180 days.

 

 Healthcare

“Protecting the Affordable Care Act would require a one-sentence bill, and that bill could fix the purported problem in any one of a number of different ways,” said Nicholas Bagley, a health-law law who teaches at the University of Michigan Law School.

 

Foreign Policy

A Biden administration is expected to quickly reverse much of Trump’s “America First” approach to foreign affairs, breathing new life into multilateral institutions such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the UN, and the World Trade Organization. Biden has pledged to restore U.S. leadership and to work with allies on everything from nuclear proliferation to trade to global health.

“We need a leader who will be ready on Day One to pick up the pieces of Donald Trump’s broken foreign policy and repair the damage he has caused around the world,” Biden tweeted earlier this year.

A Biden victory will come as a relief for European leaders, who were increasingly concerned that the NATO alliance might not survive a second Trump term. Biden, who during his nearly five decades in government has served as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as vice president, has vowed to restore American support for the postwar order.

“Day One, if I win, I’m going to be on the phone with our NATO allies saying, ‘We’re back,’” Biden said in a July Arizona TV interview.

 

Immigration

Biden has said he would end Trump’s ban on immigration to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim nations on his first day. He has said he would also undo Trump’s executive orders that eliminated “Obama-Biden enforcement priorities on national security and public safety.”

Most of these priorities could be handled through executive orders, so could be done on Biden’s first day in office or very early in his presidency.

Biden has also promised to send a bill to Congress creating a clear road map to citizenship for so-called Dreamers, allowing those brought to the U.S. without documentation as children to remain in the country and receive work permits.

The Biden campaign also announced that he would create a task force on his first day that would work to reunite the migrant children that the Trump administration separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexican border.

 

Whats his gun plan?

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On 11/7/2020 at 5:42 PM, drvoke said:

Joe Biden's EPIC Knockout of Donald Trump - YouTube

 

 

I am surprised at how much of his agenda can be enacted without Senate approval. Executive orders, baby.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/biden-s-first-day-plans-range-from-covid-to-climate-guns-labor/ar-BB1aNpbn?ocid=msedgntp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Joe Biden has a lot of plans for his first day as president, and some of it can actually happen in a single day.

Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris climate agreement, reverse President Donald Trump’s rollbacks of public health and environmental rules and call allies worldwide to reassure them, all on his first day in the White House. Before that day is done, he says he will put in place a national strategy for containing the coronavirus pandemic, rejoin the World Health Organization, end the ban on immigration from several predominantly Muslim nations and expand rights for Latin American asylum seekers.

Biden has also promised swift action on housing, labor, gun control, LGBTQ rights and government reform.

 

 

Health Care/Covid-19

Biden’s  may appoint a “czar” in charge -- Biden adviser Ron Klain played that role in the Obama White House during the Ebola crisis -- or a broader committee.

Biden will have to make the case to a divided country that safety measures people take can set the stage for a broader recovery -- for instance by urging universal use of face masks. The message is “short-term pain for long-term gain,”  

 

Climate/Environment

Biden is set to immediately re-enroll the U.S. in the Paris agreement, the landmark 2015 climate accord under which nearly 200 countries pledged to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

 

 Supreme Court

Biden has said he’s “not a fan” of adding seats to the Supreme Court, something activists are urging to counter the rushed Republican confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and the resulting 6-3 conservative majority. But Biden says he would set up a bipartisan commission to consider reforms to the court system and report back to him within 180 days.

 

 Healthcare

“Protecting the Affordable Care Act would require a one-sentence bill, and that bill could fix the purported problem in any one of a number of different ways,” said Nicholas Bagley, a health-law law who teaches at the University of Michigan Law School.

 

Foreign Policy

A Biden administration is expected to quickly reverse much of Trump’s “America First” approach to foreign affairs, breathing new life into multilateral institutions such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the UN, and the World Trade Organization. Biden has pledged to restore U.S. leadership and to work with allies on everything from nuclear proliferation to trade to global health.

“We need a leader who will be ready on Day One to pick up the pieces of Donald Trump’s broken foreign policy and repair the damage he has caused around the world,” Biden tweeted earlier this year.

A Biden victory will come as a relief for European leaders, who were increasingly concerned that the NATO alliance might not survive a second Trump term. Biden, who during his nearly five decades in government has served as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as vice president, has vowed to restore American support for the postwar order.

“Day One, if I win, I’m going to be on the phone with our NATO allies saying, ‘We’re back,’” Biden said in a July Arizona TV interview.

 

Immigration

Biden has said he would end Trump’s ban on immigration to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim nations on his first day. He has said he would also undo Trump’s executive orders that eliminated “Obama-Biden enforcement priorities on national security and public safety.”

Most of these priorities could be handled through executive orders, so could be done on Biden’s first day in office or very early in his presidency.

Biden has also promised to send a bill to Congress creating a clear road map to citizenship for so-called Dreamers, allowing those brought to the U.S. without documentation as children to remain in the country and receive work permits.

The Biden campaign also announced that he would create a task force on his first day that would work to reunite the migrant children that the Trump administration separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexican border.

 

 

Hey SHITSTAIN, that 6-3 SCOTUS is going to be mighty busy with the UNCONSTITUTIONAL EXECUTIVE ORDERS!!

 

Just like they did with ovomit's!!!

 

Sucks for you, huh??

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3 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

You will turn them in yourself or face a progressive fine or tax.

How will they know who has what?

 

I had to sell all my guns a few months back during the pandemic to buy more rice and toilet paper.

 

All I have left is a pellet gun so I can get me some squirrel and rabbit if shit gets really tight.

 

 

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