Of course, things could change. After the 20 years of tumult that were the 1960s and 70s, the nation was exhausted. Thus the relative calm of the 80s and 90s to follow. Mr. Biden may get a similar break. Of course, given the vague brew of his policies, what impact he will have on the economy can only be guessed at - and bad economic times can foster a bad social mood. Beyond that, the immediate signs are not especially promising. He began his term by killing the Keystone pipeline - literally killing 4,000 jobs within 12 hours of entering the Oval Office. Maybe not the best way to start his tenure.Then there was the on again/off again nature of his pledged on COVID - with his CDC director saying, in effect, "Oh well, maybe we won't reach those vaccination numbers." Then when asked if he favored the impeachment of his predecessor, he took a week to look down at his feet and say, "Well, mumble, mumble, mumble, okay." Suffice to say, a pillar of decisive presidential leadership he is not.Bottom line, the doors may swing either way. However, at least going in to a Biden presidency, say what one will, it would be best to go into it with lowered expectations. Utopia is not apt to be around the corner.
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