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Friday, September 24, 2021

Lose the war, lose the presidency

Pew Research is the latest pollster to turn on Biden.

Pew announced, "With his administration facing multiple challenges at home and abroad, President Joe Biden’s job approval rating has fallen sharply in the past two months. Fewer than half of U.S. adults (44%) now approve of the way Biden is handling his job as president, while 53% disapprove. This marks a reversal in Biden’s job ratings since July, when a 55% majority approved of his job performance and 43% disapproved."

That is a negative 9 points, down 21 points in two months. His popularity dropped when he surrendered Afghanistan to the Taliban, the very people we went to war with because they enabled 9/11.

Pew said, "Positive evaluations of several of Biden’s personal traits and characteristics have shown similar decreases. Compared with March, fewer adults say Biden cares about people like them, and fewer describe him as standing up for his beliefs, honest, a good role model and mentally sharp.

"While opinions about Biden remain sharply divided along partisan lines, the decline in his public standing has come among members of both parties. On his job rating, for example, there has been a 13 percentage point decline in the share of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents who approve of Biden’s performance (from 88% in July to 75% today); only 9% of Republicans and GOP leaners approve, down from 17% two months ago."

That 9% includes Jeb's brother.

The end of a war usually brings inflation which is then cured by a recession. 

Pew said, "A majority of adults (63%) say they are very concerned about rising prices for food and consumer goods. That is larger than the shares citing other economic issues – employers being unable to hire workers (42% very concerned), people facing eviction or foreclosure (35%) or people who want to work being unable to find jobs (29%). Republicans are more likely than Democrats to cite rising prices and a shortage of workers as top concerns; Democrats are more likely to be very concerned over evictions and foreclosures and people who want to work struggling to find jobs."

By race, Biden's support fell 8 points among whites, 18 points among blacks, and 16 points among Hispanics. Majorities of the latter two still support Biden.

How bad are things going for Biden?

The New Yorker posted a story, "It's Too Early to Consign Joe Biden to the Ash Heap of History."

We are 8 months into his presidency.

Other presidents have had rough starts but the belief is Biden -- whose campaign was based solely on his not being Donald Trump -- does not seem to have a plan. He's adrift in an administration staffed by the second bananas in the Obama administration, which makes sense because he, too, was a second banana.

His mad dash to leave Afghanistan without bringing home American citizens and our war materiel made no sense.

He lost a war we had won. 

The American people may make him pay.

33 comments:

  1. President FUBAR never won any presidential elections, so it seems only appropriate that he lose the presidency into which he was installed. The entire Magoo administration is incompetent and corrupt. Happy FJB day!!

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  2. Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking. Biden and Her Royal Mattress are just off to a rough start. They still have plenty of time.

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    1. It was easy to make Trump look bad , its what the media does best.

      Like I have been saying for years.

      The worst job in the world is making Joe look good. It can't be done.

      For once I will enjoy watching the media FAIL.

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  3. 1. How can as much as 29% of people who want to work being unable to find jobs? Tells me 1/3 of the population are lazy statists seeking only a government handout.

    2. Well stated that Biden is "...adrift in an administration staffed by the second bananas in the Obama administration, which makes sense because he, too, was a second banana." Makes me think of the video I saw when at a White House meeting Trump called Pelosi a "third-rate politician" to her face. Sometimes you have to call a spade a spade.

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  4. That 44% "approve" of his job performance is unbelievable. What, exactly, would it take to cause this group to change their minds? Nuclear war? Approving a pipeline or offshore drilling? Appointing a cisheteronormative white male to a cabinet position? If this 44% is correct we're likely doomed.

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    1. The polls are usually quite skewed. His bad numbers must be much worse. His good numbers, not nearly as good. But the hardcore leftists think he is phenomenal.

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  5. Just Afghanistan, Don?

    Don't suppose shutting down Keystone, oil and coal exploration, killing our energy independence, uncontrolled borders (how do 15k Haitians swim 2000 miles and with Brazilian ID cards to boot), mandating dangerous gene mutating drugs, demanding dishonorable discharges and massive fines where people put their health first, actively working to undermine State Sovereignty in violation of the 10th Amendment, using the fbi and doj as his secret police and kgb, turning over control of our economy to the chinese via the 3.5 trillion and growing g.n.d. getting pushed through congress, and, oh yeah, pissing off EVERY FUCKING ALLY the U.S. ever had has anything to do with his approval ratings?

    And you think it's just Afghanistan. You're so precious.

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    1. Good points all.
      Name one thing he's done right, I sure can't. At this point in time, Carter has slipped to third worst president in history. That is my opinion, noted so edutcher won't be demanding proof and calling me Jeffery.

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    2. That's your real name, isn't it?

      And Bucketmouth laid down for the Commies just like Idiot and Zippy, so why do you try to say you hate him?

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    3. Jan 2007

      Joe Biden is set to launch his second run for the presidency today.

      Here is what he said about Barack Obama: “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” he said. “I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”

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    4. What's your real name el douchebag? Don knows my real name. That's good enough.

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    5. We could reply to Biden's unconstitutional mandates by having our great truckers stop delivering to Blue cities to get his attention; they rely on us being passive.
      If the government gets violent in return, shut down all those utilities that pass through Red areas by taking non destructive actions like opening electrical grid feeds, water supplies, water system controls, NG supplies, etc and she how they like it. Guess who operates those; deplorables like me. DC would be easy to SD. And if they call out the NG, they are full of deplorables too. 75 million deplorables who voted for Trump and are armed is not something to trifle with.

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  6. The infographic is wrong, for the first time Xiden's numbers are so bad that they cannot gin them to look like he is the most loved president since Washington.

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  7. How many of those early polls were skewed?

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  8. So, who exactly are those “trapped” Americans living in Afghanistan?
    Most “jobs” for Americans in Afgan revolve around the military, “the two primary sources of jobs [being] with private contractors supporting the military and companies who subcontract to various international relief and development efforts.” In other words, the NGO racket
    NeoCons think America could have won a war that other superpowers have lost. This was “probably one of the best conceived and planned guerrilla campaigns ever,” says Mike Martin, a former British army officer. “The Taliban went into every district and flipped all the local militias by doing deals along tribal lines.”

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    1. The Bush family has been starting wars for a century.
      The Bush family patriarch, Sam Bush, became chief of the Ordnance, Small Arms and Ammunition Section of the War Industries Board in 1918. He directly and indirectly made and sold arms to 75% of the WWI combatants on both sides.

      Senate hearings in 1934 by the Nye committee attacked the ‘Merchants of Death’ war profiteers whose salesmen manipulated many nations into war and then supplied weapons to all sides. Taxpayers had showered arms makers with shocking fortunes.

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  9. The polls can say whatever they want, but I do not believe that there was a 55% majority approval for Biden in July. The polls may have said that, but the polls can be skewed so many ways.

    What is telling is that the same skewers, working now, find that he is under water. If he’s 9 points under water, according to them, he’s probably more like 20 points under in the real world.

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  10. You have to believe that he started out positive at any time during his "presidency" and he is 44 now. My take is, with honest polls he would have been in the low 40's and now be in the upper 20's or low 30's.

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  11. The polls are unreliable because most people are too preoccupied to bother with pollsters. The skew in favor of Democrats has been well documented.

    It is true about war losers. Back in 1964, Barry Goldwater asked, "Why not victory?" How many in Washington have satisfactorily answered that question?

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  13. "By race, Biden's support fell 8 points among whites, 18 points among blacks, and 16 points among Hispanics." What's wrong with whites? They're not keeping up with the others!!

    The media: It ought to be in the throes of FLOP SWEAT and stomach ulcers.

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  18. The fact that 44% still approve is nothing to cheer about. If it truly was alarming news the number should be around 30%.

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