In exciting news, President Joe Biden celebrated his 79th birthday in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he was born. The media, as always, couldn’t resist marking the occasion with their biased and liberal headlines. They just can’t help themselves, can they? National Public Radio was all doom and gloom with their headline “Biden’s 81st birthday highlights biggest liability for 2024,” suggesting that age is a problem for the President. And we can always count on Fox News to bring a conservative perspective, with their headline “Biden’s looming 81st birthday creates health, age concerns amid 2024 White House bid.”
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Meanwhile, down in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis is really ramping up his game in his campaign for the presidency. He’s calling out his opponent, Nikki Haley, for not being the true conservative she claims to be. The DeSantis campaign has even launched a microsite called TheRealNikki.com, where they’re exposing Haley’s liberal record. Those Republicans deserve to know the truth about her, and DeSantis is making sure they get it.
But Nikki Haley is not one to be silent in the face of criticism. Her campaign fired back, criticizing DeSantis for his falling poll numbers and suggesting that he’s becoming desperate in his attacks on her. It’s a showdown between the two GOP candidates, and the drama is real, folks.
In other news, if you’re not a fan of spending hours in the kitchen cooking Thanksgiving dinner, fear not! There are plenty of places where you can order a delicious Thanksgiving meal to-go. From Popeyes to Trader Joe’s, there are so many options to choose from. It’s a Thanksgiving miracle for those who dread the cooking part of the holiday.
And speaking of miracles, the World Health Organization (WHO) has decided that loneliness is a pressing health threat. They’ve created a whole commission to address this so-called problem. With U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy and African Union Youth Envoy Chido Mpemba co-chairing the commission, they’ll be analyzing the role of social connection in improving health. The idea that loneliness is a widespread health issue seems a bit overblown, but hey, they’re the experts, right?
Last but not least, a CNN/University of New Hampshire Survey Center poll found that 52% of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire have already made up their minds about whom they’ll vote for in the upcoming presidential primary. Women and men are pretty much in agreement about this, which is a good sign for unity in the Republican party. Let’s hope they choose the right candidate to represent conservative values in the White House.