The only reason they’ll ever accommodate you is when you are of some benefit to them Yes I am old but I saw Willie Nelson on stage vintage shirt. No country is perfect. I’ve lived in metro cities like Delhi and Chennai. I have scored well enough to get a scholarship in abroad universities. We have problems here, not one but many. I’ve learned to face them and decided to improve rather than choosing to run away. Regardless of all the other variables and “options,” either Joe Biden or Donald Trump, unless something happens to one of them, will win the 2020 Presidential election; therefore, they, when push comes to shove, are really the only two options at this point. Sure, there are several concerning things about Joe Biden’s record, and it would certainly be better if he hadn’t voted the way he did on those occasions. However, in almost all of those instances, there were relatively good reasons Biden did the things that he did.
The 1994 Crime Bill was problematic, and it did disproportionately affect minority citizens, particularly African American men; moreover, it contributed to the incarceration society that exists in the United States now. However, it’s important to note that Bernie Sanders also voted Aye on this bill. Joe Biden wrote it, but Bernie Sanders voted for it. This was probably the first major piece of legislation within the United States that seriously investigated and provided tools to correct the violence that was systematically being carried out against women throughout the United States. Unfortunately, Biden never would have gotten this bill through a committee or through the Senate had it not been part of a larger bill that appealed to Republicans, thus he tacked it onto the Crime Bill. Biden certainly wasn’t the only liberal Democrat to give their support to something that was depicted as crucial to the future of the United States. It wasn’t a good decision, but he has since apologized for it, and he realizes why he never should have supported it.