Before the 2016 election, low IQ Hollywood liberals were laughing at the idea that Trump would be President.
Now 4 years later he has turned out to be one of America's greatest Presidents.
LOL Trump is a great president to you instead an insult to every other man who had held that office in our history?
Sun 26 Jul, 2020 07:33 pm
I admit that yes, I do. I do enjoy watching Maddow's face get all droopy and the Young Turks... They crack me up.
He is not America's greatest President though. That stays reserved for the actual greatest President George Washington. Trump lacks the political capital necessary to be a great President unfortunately. After two years with both houses of Congress, all of them failed our country in my opinion.
Mon 27 Jul, 2020 07:04 am
lol...I do remember the glee and giddiness the news anchors had around 7pm on election night and watching the panic begin to set in.....
the glee and giddiness the news anchors had around 7pm on election night and watching the panic begin to set in.....
There's going to be a repeat performance this coming November.
Sorry but given his current standings there is no way that he will be voted back into office as even four years ago he did not get 50 percent of the vote and state by state it is not looking good for him at all so the electoral college is unlikely to save him either.
Now as it is unlikely that he will just pack his bags and just leave without kicking and screaming about mail ballots and illegal voters and what ever else he can dream up it is going to be painful few weeks after the voting is over with.
it's going to be an interesting year...On the one hand, you have the Dems and the news who absolutely can't stand the guy and say anything -
And on the other hand, you have a guy who needs to read his index cards ( have you noticed ?) for all his interviews and doesn't seem to have a sharp mind. and I suspect is or will be a puppet.
Agree that the numbers look bad for Trump at the moment (and I have pulled completely out of the stock market for the next 100 days for that reason)
But polls today mean nothing; they don't reflect public opinion they are intended to shape public opinion.
Rasmussen is down to 45% approval which is bad for Trump and good for Biden, which is the only consistent poll worth watching , imho. If Rasmussen hits 48% or better, I think Trump wins ( he was at 49% last week)
yeah, I don't disagree that there are tons of polls out there . As a predictor of what will happen in November, I don't put much stock in any of them.. eg are they looking at registered voters, just anybody, or likely voters? How are they accounting for enthusiasm ? what is the weighting of people ( D, I, or R)? how are the questions worded ? and so on...
Where will the country be at in three months from now with respect to COVID and the 'peaceful' protestors ? How will Biden perform once he steps out of the basement ; can his handlers keep him there ? What is the unemployment rate, the value of the stock market and 401-k's ? What's going on with RBG ?
If I believe the polls and odds right now, you should give me 2-1 odds that Biden is going to win in a blow out.....do you really think that will happen ? guess time will tell
Wed 29 Jul, 2020 07:29 am
btw, the Nate Silver poll (538) had Hillary having a 71.4 percent chance of Hillary winning on November 8th..
I'm not sure how he does his polling but it appears he is doing an aggregation of other people's polls, rather than doing any sampling of his own.....so really gotta take it with a grain of salt
Wed 29 Jul, 2020 11:22 am
Region Philbis wrote:
That 40% is enough to win a presidential election once you factor out all the people who are not going to vote.
It's the same 40% who won him the election last time.
Wed 29 Jul, 2020 03:12 pm
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows that 45% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Fifty-four percent (54%) disapprove.