China Joe Talks About Trains….

Posted May 1st, 2021 by Iron Mike

Aah the nostalgia,  – his years of taking Amtrak into Washington DC.  Biden is making a pitch for throwing government money into a rail system when people are now working from home. video

He really is having constant trouble stringing his words together.

How much longer…?

Did some snide staffer give him that floppy hat and tell him he looked “Presidential”? 

Does China Joe expect Amtrak to buy new rails from China?

Where along the Eastern Seaboard does he think we could run trains at 220 mph?

3 Responses to “China Joe Talks About Trains….”

  1. Varvara

    That’s basically what Hitler promised. He built the autobahn and Joe wants to copy it with trains. I traveled trains when I was a child, up and down the eastern coast. We had to change trains often because the tracks were different sizes.

    I traveled on a train after the war with soldiers on their way home. They were sleeping on the floor between the aisles and sleeping standing up against the water fountain.

    Yes, I am that old.

  2. Jim Buba

    Trains?? Another boat missed and misunderstood. Amtrak from DC flew up to Balto and the half flew to Philly. We made three-quarter impulse to Edison and the proverbial Slow Crawl into the Big Apple. Disregarding the station time, everything looked like a wasted day until the Slow Crawl persisted though Springfield. Providence was no better, but hope reigned supreme as we attained a steady half impulse power into South Station.

    The problem lies within the Heavy Density vs Right of Way adding up to an eight hour trip that then turned to the MBTA and another two hours of wondering how anyone would manage the luggage.

    I bought a car

    Problem solved

  3. GreenBeretLTC

    If this guy had a mind, I’d have to say he was out of it. But, alas….

    By the way, has anyone else noticed the absolute absence of White House leaks since January 20th? Just how deep and Democrap controlled IS the deep state?!?!?

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