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Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #50 on: July 15, 2020, 05:40:33 PM »
  Where are You guys this A.M. with your SURVEYS showing Sessions leading BIG in Alabama? And once again this Includes the often heralded though Frequently Wrong 538. Please keep those SURVEYS comin'. YOU do Not Know, what YOU do Not Know.

You this ignorant in real life? Remarkable. Sessions? Who cares. Hereís what the Trump friendly Rasmussen poll is saying. Stop cleaning those GOP toilets for a moment and read it, or well, have somebody read it to you.

Rasmussen tends to be one of the more Trump-friendly pollsters so when they deliver a warning shot the Administration, Republicans should pay attention. That is the case with a new poll released today that helped to explain why Trumpís attacks on Joe Biden are not taking gaining ground.

The new Rasmussen poll found that 44 percent of voters are likely to vote for President Trump while 51 percent say that they plan to vote against him. Remember that, at seven points down, this is one of the better polls for Trump. The Real Clear Politics average currently gives Biden an 8.7-point advantage with many polls showing the Democratic challenger with a double-digit lead. Trump has not led in a poll since February and there has not been a tie since April.

When the Biden votes are considered more closely, 63 percent said that there vote was more against Trump than for another candidate. Only 32 percent said that their vote was intended to be for the challenger. This is good news for Democrats and presents a challenge for Republicans.


While Joe Biden was the overwhelming choice of Democratic primary voters, polling shows that many voters have reservations about him. Last week, another Rasmussen poll found that 38 percent of voters think Biden has dementia. That includes 20 percent of Democrats.

Yet, the astounding truth is that a candidate who is widely believed to be suffering from dementia is holding an average nine-point lead over the incumbent president. The two polls can be explained by the intense dislike for President Trump from a majority of voters. Even Rasmussenís Trump approval index shows the president 10 points underwater (which is better than the 14.8-point deficit in the Real Clear Politics average).

Team Biden seems to have made the right choice (or perhaps the pandemic made it for them) in keeping the Biden campaign as a low-key affair. If Joe Biden stays out of sight, he canít make any (or at least as many) embarrassing gaffes.

Meanwhile, the Democrats just have to bide their time until November as Donald Trump destroys himself and the Republican Party on a daily basis. The Trump Administration faces three simultaneous crises in the pandemic, its associated economic problems, and the racial divide. The president is not handling any of these crises well.

Pew polling gives an edge to Biden on every issue except the economy. Even there, Trump has lost ground and now clings to a bare, two-point majority in the Real Clear Politics average.


The verdict is in: Voters donít like Trump. Of course, that isnít really news since he lost the popular vote in 2016 even as he won the election. The news flash is that the more voters see of Donald Trump, the less they seem to like him.

The best-case scenario would be if the Trump campaign could adopt the Democratic tactic of being neither seen nor heard. Unfortunately for the GOP, that is much more difficult to accomplish for a sitting president in a time of crisis than it is for his challenger. In any case, Donald Trump is a man who is as unable to stay out of the limelight as he is to change his behavior.

I wrote back in March, ďThe good news for Republicans is that the focus has been on Donald Trump. The bad news is that the focus has been on Donald Trump.Ē That has proven to be true. With the multiple crises keeping President Trump at the forefront of the news, voters are not liking what they see and are voting with their feet as they move to support Biden.

The problem is simple. The solution is not. What are Republicans to do with the most unpopular incumbent of the last half-century, a man who not only threatens to cost the party the White House but control of the Senate as well?

I could point out that the Republican convention has not formally anointed Trump as the partyís standard-bearer yet, but it wouldnít do any good. Republicans had their chance to dump Trump back in January and didnít take it. By November, they will probably wish they had.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #51 on: July 15, 2020, 05:44:28 PM »
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Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III.
Let that sink in.
Jefferson Davis. President of the Confederacy.
P.G.T. Beauregard. General in the Confederate Army.

Odd, that you celebrate Sessions' loss today; where were you earlier, when he was Trump's good buddy?

   NOT "celebrating" Jeff's loss. I am pointing out, Once Again, these SURVEYS You guys consistently hang your hats on are BOGUS. Their is absolutely Nothing scientific about SURVEYS. Actually POLLING Bellwether Cong District(s) is the Only way to receive Legit Voter Information You can rely on with Confidence. 

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #52 on: July 15, 2020, 05:52:28 PM »
   NOT "celebrating" Jeff's loss. I am pointing out, Once Again, these SURVEYS You guys consistently hang your hats on are BOGUS. Their is absolutely Nothing scientific about SURVEYS. Actually POLLING Bellwether Cong District(s) is the Only way to receive Legit Voter Information You can rely on with Confidence.

Hereís the ONLY survey (your word) that counts: 135,000+ dead Americans on Trumpís watch. The buck stops there! Read it and weep, not for the lunatic in the WH but for American families who lost loved ones. Funny, how you never mention Americans who died through his negligence. Says so much about you.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #53 on: July 15, 2020, 08:21:44 PM »
  As I continue to say, "Judge a pitcher by the Reaction of the hitter". That close to 8 Mill Jobs created in Only 2 Months has the Propaganda Machines and their PARROTS up and operating in Hyper Drive. Yeah, we continue hearing All about the SURVEYS and Trump being behind by 15 points, AND then in the face of that we see the PANIC REACTIONS like the above. My, My, My! Just LOOK at the Reaction of that shaking in his cleats hitter.

'Judge a pitcher by the Reaction of the hitter'

Trump is a knuckleballer and has no idea where the ball is going

Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #54 on: July 15, 2020, 08:34:03 PM »
There is strong evidence of Trumpís cognitive decline. His vocabulary range has narrowed. His abstract thinking is limited. His reasoning is shallow. He is unfocused. He has difficulty processing complex information. His decision-making is impaired. His judgment is poor. He often appears listless and apathetic. He repeats simple words and phrases over and over. He cannot shift and adapt. His gait can be abnormal. He had trouble drinking a glass of water with one hand.  Trumpís cognitive decline could be reflective of dementia; such cognitive problems gradually get worse, not better.

This is who Storing attempts to defend with an almost religious zeal. 135,000+ dead Americans? Like Trump, Storing doesnít care. A despicable, deplorable (wink) human being.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #55 on: July 15, 2020, 09:20:59 PM »
There is strong evidence of Trumpís cognitive decline. His vocabulary range has narrowed. His abstract thinking is limited. His reasoning is shallow. He is unfocused. He has difficulty processing complex information. His decision-making is impaired. His judgment is poor. He often appears listless and apathetic. He repeats simple words and phrases over and over. He cannot shift and adapt. His gait can be abnormal. He had trouble drinking a glass of water with one hand.  Trumpís cognitive decline could be reflective of dementia; such cognitive problems gradually get worse, not better.

This is who Storing attempts to defend with an almost religious zeal. 135,000+ dead Americans? Like Trump, Storing doesnít care. A despicable, deplorable (wink) human being.

The Mighty Casey Trump has struck out
And yet, Royell remains in Mudville, announcing the lineups to an empty stadium
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Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #56 on: July 15, 2020, 09:35:44 PM »
Personal observation:

In the late 1960ís, Donald Trumps father purchased, for consideration a letter from the family doctor stating The Donald had bone spurs and should be exempt from any form of military service. The draft board bought the story and excused Trump from serving at the height of the Vietnam war. President Lyndon Johnson, recognizing the polarizing nature of the war and how it was not only dividing Americans but the Democratic Party itself stepped aside and chose not to run for re-election.

Fast forward to 2020. President Donald Trump is now smack in the middle of his Vietnam. Like Lyndon Johnson, one of his own creation. The COVID-19 pandemic. Not unlike LBJ, he has no way out. When Johnson gave up the presidency in 1968, 27,000 Americans had died in Vietnam. 60,000 would die before wars end. Under Trumpís lack of leadership 135,000 Americans have died with many more coming. As Vietnam was LBJís legacy so too will the pandemic be Donald Trumpís. His ego and narcissism will not allow him to step aside. The American people have seen the light and Trump will be discarded come November 3rd. It cannot come soon enough.


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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #57 on: July 15, 2020, 09:44:28 PM »
Personal observation:

In the late 1960ís, Donald Trumps father purchased, for consideration a letter from the family doctor stating The Donald had bone spurs and should be exempt from any form of military service. The draft board bought the story and excused Trump from serving at the height of the Vietnam war. President Lyndon Johnson, recognizing the polarizing nature of the war and how it was not only dividing Americans but the Democratic Party itself stepped aside and chose not to run for re-election.

Fast forward to 2020. President Donald Trump is now smack in the middle of his Vietnam. Like Lyndon Johnson, one of his own creation. The COVID-19 pandemic. Not unlike LBJ, he has no way out. When Johnson gave up the presidency in 1968, 27,000 Americans had died in Vietnam. 60,000 would die before wars end. Under Trumpís lack of leadership 135,000 Americans have died with many more coming. As Vietnam was LBJís legacy so too will the pandemic be Donald Trumpís. His ego and narcissism will not allow him to step aside. The American people have seen the light and Trump will be discarded come November 3rd. It cannot come soon enough.

That doctor happened to be a tenant of eviction-happy Fred Trump, Sr.

So, maybe there was some "Carrot-And-Stick" motivation behind the doctor's writing a favorable letter for the badminton champion draft-dodger?

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Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #58 on: July 15, 2020, 09:47:35 PM »
That doctor happened to be a tenant of eviction-happy Fred Trump, Sr.

So, maybe there was some "Carrot-And-Stick" motivation behind the doctor's writing a favorable letter for the badminton champion draft-dodger?

-- MWT   Walk:

That was the consideration.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #59 on: July 15, 2020, 11:44:14 PM »
There is strong evidence of Trumpís cognitive decline. His vocabulary range has narrowed. His abstract thinking is limited. His reasoning is shallow. He is unfocused. He has difficulty processing complex information. His decision-making is impaired. His judgment is poor. He often appears listless and apathetic. He repeats simple words and phrases over and over. He cannot shift and adapt. His gait can be abnormal. He had trouble drinking a glass of water with one hand.  Trumpís cognitive decline could be reflective of dementia; such cognitive problems gradually get worse, not better.

This is who Storing attempts to defend with an almost religious zeal. 135,000+ dead Americans? Like Trump, Storing doesnít care. A despicable, deplorable (wink) human being.

The figure of a physically ill and mentally ill man in rapid cognitive decline. He belongs in a nursing home. Donald Trump looks like a wax figure standing in his rigid and leaning Frontotemporal dementia stance. He has no idea how to properly wear mask. He is only going to get worse as time goes by.   


 

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