President Biden owes America many apologies.
He should apologize to Americans for the death of American soldiers and the collapse of Afghanistan.
He should apologize to Americans for the massive inflation and the economic irresponsibility of overspending and mismanagement of regulations, taxes, and the debt.
He should apologize for the sky-high gas prices—and the fact that on day one, his policies
imposed regulations that strangled U.S. oil production and continues to obstruct the ability of American companies to produce oil and gas in the name of his green extreme energy crusade.
There are many more things I can list, for example, the fact that he as president would end COVID forever.
That the vaccination would prevent you from getting COVID… Not true.
That the vaccination would end the spread of COVID… Not True.
That masking works.
His policies hurt kids and the economy with his mandates and shutdowns.
And now Biden has COVID. Despite his masks. Despite his shots. Despite his boosters.
He has misled America — Should he apologize?
Throughout American history, Presidents have faced the issue whether to apologize — and a good number have.
Here are a few examples:
• Ronald Reagan — On March 4th, 1987, President Ronald Reagan addressed the American people from the Oval Office and apologized for misspeaking about the Iran contra scandal. He said “Now, what should happen when you make a mistake is this: You take your knocks, you learn your lessons, and then you move on. That’s the healthiest way to deal with a problem… You know, by the time you reach my age, you’ve made plenty of mistakes. And if you’ve lived your life properly—so you learn. You put things in perspective. You pull your energies together. You change. You grow forward.” This demonstrated his great integrity. (see video below)
• John Kennedy — On April 21st, 1961, President John F. Kennedy publicly apologized for the failure of the infamous Bay of Pigs invasion. He said “There’s and old saying that victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan. Further statements, detailed discussions, are not to conceal responsibility because I’m the responsible officer of the government.” Kennedy shoulder this responsibility, like Reagan, and it boosted his integrity and popularity among the American people. (see video below)
• Bill Clinton — Although President Bill Clinton didn’t officially apologize for a lot of things he did, at least he felt compelled to apologize for the Monica Lewinski scandal, instead of making excuses. Clinton apologized for the scandal he created. (see video below)
The fact is, President Biden has made excuses and blamed everyone for his failures. The best example is with the oil price hikes.
He’s blamed the war in Ukraine and Russian President Putin (ridiculous since gas prices were spiking way before the Russian invasion).
He blamed the “greedy” oil companies, and even the local gas stations for “price gouging”, when the price hikes are all due to Biden’s war on oil, shutting down pipelines and oil drilling.
The measure of a man is his integrity. The measure of President Biden is to blame others and not take responsibility for his own bad decisions and policies.
The measure of President Biden is to say things that have no basis in reality.
The measure of President Biden is when things fall apart, he’ll make an excuse.
The measure of a man is being able to apologize.
What do you think? Should Biden apologize? Do you think he will?
What do you think? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org