You hate the man but really can't argue with the results.
@exitseven well yes, the result was that people disliked him to the point that he lost the last election - he had no business being President at all. I don't hate him - I feel sorry for him as I think he must be very uncomfortable much of the time.
@msc545 Yes but in the 4 years he was in the White House it was the first time in a long time i felt optimistic about the future of America. Trump actually did a lot of things I have been talking about for the last 20 years that everyone else just kicked down the road. .
@exitseven Nice that you felt optimistic. I felt angry and embarrassed and worried.
That's what's comical. 80 million people voted for him but suddenly I can't find one person to admit it.
That's called racism over an orange man, get over it.
apolitical the best hahaha
Nope didn't say that. Said don't do politics on here because not enough people on here can discuss politics like rational adults... So my political beliefs/views I save for people I know that even if don't share my views can say least discuss in an adult manner... I don't deal with immature fuckwits (don't mean you lolol)
oh I'm sorry my fault true
No worries, you're good👍
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Be careful with poll statistics and the media. I think you're talking about infrastructure improvements, and yes, a vast majority of Americans are in favor of that. What the media doesn't tell you is that less than half of the people want to have their taxes raised to pay for it.
@AviatorTom I was thinking of various provisions in the Build Back Better bill, but yes the infrastructure bill has widespread support, even among a majority of Republicans, and aren't the only tax increases going to be on people earning over $400,000 a year, if they even manage to get a tax increase included? I don't think all that many voters fall into that category. (Also, compare to Trump's infrastructure proposals that would have had widespread tolls going to private companies, which is arguably worse than a tax.)"Surveyed voters expressed even stronger support for the proposed $550 billion bipartisan Infrastructure and Jobs Act, which would invest in the nation's roads, bridges, railways, broadband internet, and environmental resiliency. Sixty-nine percent of all likely voters—including 81% of Democrats, 68% of Independents and third-party supporters, and 55% of Republicans—back the proposed legislation."www.commondreams.org/.../majority-us-voters-favor-35-trillion-build-back-better-bill-pollAbout the Build Back Better bill (same link):"Some of the bill's individual provisions saw even higher support among survey respondents, including long-term care (80%), power grid modernization (74%), and updating K-12 schools (71%). Even the bill's more controversial components enjoyed majority support, including a pathway to citizenship for migrants (61%) and free community college (59%)."(I have no doubt that the "pathway to citizenship" would exclude anyone convicted of a felony or similar and probably take decades.)Anyway, when have the Republicans even tried to pass something that's favoured by over 50% of the population? And in that case, if you can find one, were they blocked by the Democrats, or did they get Democratic votes for it in congress?
Joe biden President of the United States my friend
You spelled Obiden wrong….