A man with power and without a future, like 78-year-old President Joe Biden, should build his own mythology with a privileged place in history.
Biden is no longer a politician, he is a statesman. He should not worry about being reelected; instead, he should think about history. That’s why he invokes the African secret of immortality, firmly rooting himself in the collective unconsciousness of those who will survive him, propelling large infrastructure and human development projects.
His plan to jump-start the economy will cost more than $3 trillion. With almost $2 trillion in spending approved already, he will have allotted $5 trillion by the end of his first 100 days. The Democrats are finally using the power that the country has given them in the voting booth, without seeking the “approval” of Republicans for their truly progressive plans.
By raising taxes on the rich to support the poor, the government will be able to redistribute the country’s wealth.
Biden is forging his place in history, like a true revolutionary.
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