Inflation and supply chain problems are not the fault of the democrats nor the republicans. Inflation like this is the inevitable result of having a debt-centric economy, and supply chain problems are the price of having a highly efficient transport system to begin with.So you're okay with all the inflation, censor ship of free speech, the ballot stuffing that took place in 2020&2023 , the vaccine mandates, the locking up of political prisoners for two years without trials, and the supply shortages and the like. I guess you are one of those folks that have been pandered to and just love can't do without all the free goodies from the government
When you have a debt based economy, you're locked in to a cycle of perpetual growth with a total collapse being the alternative. You need to look no further than a chart of the USD's purchasing power over the last century to see why this may be a problem (spoiler: banks have to print more and more money to keep up, screwing over the majority of people who are not able to purchase appreciating assets). Sure, democrats pass massive spending packages that no doubt contributes to inflation, but so do republicans. Both parties are merely acting logically in a system that does not disincentive them from doing so. In fact, all politicians are of the asset-holding class, so inflation actually makes them richer, incentivizing politicians across the isle to spend recklessly.
Likewise supply chain issues are readily understood by anyone who understands efficiency. Suppose you have a transport system that is highly efficient: supplies leave rapidly and are likewise processed rapidly once they arrive. The problem is that a breakdown at any stage, whether departures taking longer or processing taking longer, leads to a buildup directly proportional to the speed of goods arriving at that step and the set-back time at the now delayed step. These backups cannot just go away; many of these supplies are necessary for basic functioning of society at worst and are the means by which a private company survives at best. Thus, the backups must eventually be processed. But by the time they are, additional backups have formed, and this cycle will continue unless a subsequent increase in efficiency is achieved (a tall order coming off of a global economic crisis).
In short, you'd be dumb to blame the libs for your economic woes, you'd be a lot smarter to blame the economic requirements of a technologically advanced society.