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A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.

Quotes for our Times:

Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: The Biden Administration really didn't see this coming in Afghanistan.

We also expect them to conduct counterterror operations as well. This is just insane; trusting terrorists to wipe out…terrorists. It’s not going to happen. In fact, back in March, Vice News interviewed top Taliban commanders about democracy and the role of women. The reaction is all you need to know — and why the Biden White House looks incredibly stupid right now over these so-called commitments they’re holding against the Taliban. They have no leverage.

Stephen Moore, Fox News contributor and author: There goes grandma over the cliff.

Seniors are by far the biggest losers from the Biden scheme of adding trillions of dollars to our national debt. Democrats say they will pay for their $3.5 trillion debt scam by taxing the rich. Uh-huh. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that even if you took every penny that the millionaires and billionaires have, that still wouldn't pay for the mountain of new spending Biden wants. The piggy bank that they will raid is the Social Security/Medicare fund.

Now who's throwing grandma from the train?

Deroy Murdock, Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research: Nice guy Joe Biden has morphed into a mean man who is calculating, callous and cruel.

Never mind! Biden tone-deafly declared America’s chaotic, disgraceful, deadly exit 'an extraordinary success.'

September 2: Remarks on natural disasters, followed by zero questions.

September 3: Even as Americans remained trapped in the hands of al Qaeda’s once and future hosts, Biden departed for a long Labor Day weekend brimming with rest and relaxation.

Days after shouting at his fellow Americans about decamping Kabul in shame and leaving hundreds of his constituents behind, Mean Mr. Biden has moved on.

Liz Peek, Fox News contributor and former partner of major bracket Wall Street firm Wertheim & Company: Gloomy Americans give Biden low marks on Afghanistan, COVID and economy.

For many reasons, consumers are anxious, and that translates into a slowing of spending and of growth, which we are seeing now. Third-quarter expansion, based on the Atlanta Fed’s GDP Now platform, is forecast to drop to 3.7%, from an earlier estimate of over 6% at the beginning of August.

A lot is going wrong for Biden. Maybe the worst news is this: a recent Emerson College poll finds that in a possible 2024 matchup, Trump would narrowly beat Biden, 47% to 46%. That says it all.

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