I clearly remember President Biden’s words when Democrats chose him to run against Trump. He vowed to be a president for all people, and work with his Republican friends so that both parties could bring America back to normalcy.

Every new president merits enough time when moving to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. It’s a very serious job, yet President Biden is acting more delirious.

Proposing to erase student loan debt for more than 300,000 severely disabled Americans is totally absurd. Taxpayer money is being printed in the trillions. The money is spent before the ink on the currency has time to dry.

We have no end in sight with the unvaccinated, problems at our borders, a very shaky evacuation in Afghanistan. The list goes on. Inflation will soon take us to a recession.

When I voted for a president I could not find a single person on the ballot to my liking. So I envisioned a John Wayne-type movie mogul — soft spoken, likable by most people and “true grit.” Guts to confront the enemy when necessary.

I am 100% for the needy, not the greedy. Writing a letter to one’s local newspaper can be most satisfying.

I ask people to simply get the facts. Tell the truth.

Are politicians taking notes?

What’s in their pockets?

Joe Voisine, North Monmouth

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