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Miloch
2020-07-26 17:43:29 UTC
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Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-2020-poll-president-is-behind-in-a-must-win-state/ar-BB17cQDY?li=BB141NW3

Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice President Joe Biden
leads in the state of Florida by a 51% to 46% margin over President Donald Trump
among registered voters.

The CNN poll follows a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier this week,
which showed Biden with a 51% to 38% lead.

What's the point: Trump hasn't led in a single Florida poll since early March.

The fact that the polls in Florida favor Biden should be one of the biggest
warning signs yet for Trump's fledgling campaign. Yes, we still have 100 days to
go, and history does suggest that the gap in Florida could close.

Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the definition
of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a second term, and he is
losing there.

No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin Coolidge in
1924.

Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the nation. The
last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation as a whole in a
presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is down here by an average
of 8 points in high quality live interview polls since June 1 suggests he is
down significantly nationally.

Biden, on the other hand, has a clear path to 270 electoral votes without
Florida. Biden has held 6 to 12 point leads in polls released this week from
Michigan and Pennsylvania. This includes 6 point and 12 point advantages in
Michigan from CBS News/YouGov and CNN/SSRS polls respectively released on
Sunday. High quality polls from June gave Biden an average 10-point lead in
Wisconsin. If Biden adds all of those states to his column plus the 232
electoral votes from the states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he gets to 278
electoral votes.

Winning Florida gives Biden a lot of backup options given that it's worth 29
electoral votes. If Biden adds the 29 electoral votes from Florida to the states
Clinton took in 2016, he gets 261 electoral votes. Biden would need just 9
electoral votes more to get an electoral college majority. He could add any
other state that Trump won in 2016 by 9.0 points or less.

As I noted a few months ago, Florida is geographically and demographically
diverse from the Great Lake battleground states. If Biden stumbles in the mostly
White Great Lake swing states, he could conceivably hold onto Florida and add on
the diverse swing state of Arizona. Biden has consistently been ahead in
Arizona, and he was up 4 and 5 points in the latest CNN/SSRS and NBC News/Marist
College polls out Sunday.

Additionally, Biden could just win one of those Great Lake battleground states
and Florida to get to 270 electoral votes. Biden could, for example, add
Michigan (16 electoral votes) to his column, and it would be enough. Biden has
held the advantage in every single nonpartisan poll in Michigan since early
March.

Perhaps as importantly for Democrats, the polling in Florida has generally been
accurate at the end of the campaign. There hasn't been an error like there was
in the Great Lakes in 2016. The final Florida polls from CNN have been within 3
points of the outcome in every presidential election since 2008. The same holds
true for the gubernatorial and Senate elections in 2018.

With Biden's polling lead being as wide as it is right now in the Sunshine
State, the past accuracy of the final polls suggest he really is ahead right
now.

The good news for Trump is that history does indicate how difficult it would be
for Biden to win the state by a large margin. The last time a Democrat won the
state by more than 6 points was 1948. No candidate from either party has won the
state by more than 6 points since 1992.

(That's an even longer streak for close elections than the infamous bellwether
of Ohio. Unlike Florida, Ohio really isn't a bellwether state anymore as
indicated by Trump's 1-point advantage in a CBS News/YouGov poll out on Sunday.
Biden was up 10 points in a national CBS News/YouGov poll also released Sunday.)

Overall the point is that we shouldn't be surprised if the margin in Florida
closes down the stretch. That's exactly what happened in the 2018 midterms, when
Republican candidates for governor and Senate squeaked out wins by less than a
point.

But for now, Florida is emblematic of larger challenges Trump faces. It's been a
state ravaged by the coronavirus, which has almost certainly contributed to
Trump's problems in the state.

As I've said many times before, Trump likely can't win if he doesn't turn around
his low approval ratings on the coronavirus. His approval rating in Florida on
the issue is just 42% among registered voters in the latest CNN poll.

Were that to remain the case through Election Day, Biden's likely the next
president.




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Mitchell Holman
2020-07-26 18:19:51 UTC
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Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-2020-poll-president-is-beh
ind-in-a-must-win-state/ar-BB17cQDY?li=BB141NW3
Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice President
Joe Biden leads in the state of Florida by a 51% to 46% margin over
President Donald Trump among registered voters.
The CNN poll follows a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier
this week, which showed Biden with a 51% to 38% lead.
What's the point: Trump hasn't led in a single Florida poll since early March.
The fact that the polls in Florida favor Biden should be one of the
biggest warning signs yet for Trump's fledgling campaign. Yes, we
still have 100 days to go, and history does suggest that the gap in
Florida could close.
Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the
definition of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a
second term, and he is losing there.
No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin
Coolidge in 1924.
Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the
nation. The last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation
as a whole in a presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is
down here by an average of 8 points in high quality live interview
polls since June 1 suggests he is down significantly nationally.
Biden, on the other hand, has a clear path to 270 electoral votes
without Florida. Biden has held 6 to 12 point leads in polls released
this week from Michigan and Pennsylvania. This includes 6 point and 12
point advantages in Michigan from CBS News/YouGov and CNN/SSRS polls
respectively released on Sunday. High quality polls from June gave
Biden an average 10-point lead in Wisconsin. If Biden adds all of
those states to his column plus the 232 electoral votes from the
states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he gets to 278 electoral votes.
Winning Florida gives Biden a lot of backup options given that it's
worth 29 electoral votes. If Biden adds the 29 electoral votes from
Florida to the states Clinton took in 2016, he gets 261 electoral
votes. Biden would need just 9 electoral votes more to get an
electoral college majority. He could add any other state that Trump
won in 2016 by 9.0 points or less.
As I noted a few months ago, Florida is geographically and
demographically diverse from the Great Lake battleground states. If
Biden stumbles in the mostly White Great Lake swing states, he could
conceivably hold onto Florida and add on the diverse swing state of
Arizona. Biden has consistently been ahead in Arizona, and he was up 4
and 5 points in the latest CNN/SSRS and NBC News/Marist College polls
out Sunday.
Additionally, Biden could just win one of those Great Lake
battleground states and Florida to get to 270 electoral votes. Biden
could, for example, add Michigan (16 electoral votes) to his column,
and it would be enough. Biden has held the advantage in every single
nonpartisan poll in Michigan since early March.
Perhaps as importantly for Democrats, the polling in Florida has
generally been accurate at the end of the campaign. There hasn't been
an error like there was in the Great Lakes in 2016. The final Florida
polls from CNN have been within 3 points of the outcome in every
presidential election since 2008. The same holds true for the
gubernatorial and Senate elections in 2018.
With Biden's polling lead being as wide as it is right now in the
Sunshine State, the past accuracy of the final polls suggest he really
is ahead right now.
Trump won the GOP nomination, not by being
the best or the brightest or the most connected,
but by being the most outlandish. While other
candidates talked about policies and experience
and visions, the press was dominated by "let's
see what outrageous thing Trump said today".
He didn't understand government or politics,
but he understood television. Even when the
coverage was negative, the cameras stayed
pointed at HIM.

But as entertaining as the class clown is,
no one wants entertainment when they are out
of work and facing eviction. Suddenly his
rants about Muslims and Mexicans and Hillary
ring hollow and aren't funny anymore. Biden
may be boring, but he had been in government
for decades and knows how to use it to help
people.

It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.

America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
Jack Shit
2020-07-26 19:44:18 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 13:19:51 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Miloch
Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-2020-poll-president-is-beh
ind-in-a-must-win-state/ar-BB17cQDY?li=BB141NW3
Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice President
Joe Biden leads in the state of Florida by a 51% to 46% margin over
President Donald Trump among registered voters.
The CNN poll follows a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier
this week, which showed Biden with a 51% to 38% lead.
What's the point: Trump hasn't led in a single Florida poll since early March.
The fact that the polls in Florida favor Biden should be one of the
biggest warning signs yet for Trump's fledgling campaign. Yes, we
still have 100 days to go, and history does suggest that the gap in
Florida could close.
Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the
definition of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a
second term, and he is losing there.
No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin
Coolidge in 1924.
Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the
nation. The last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation
as a whole in a presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is
down here by an average of 8 points in high quality live interview
polls since June 1 suggests he is down significantly nationally.
Biden, on the other hand, has a clear path to 270 electoral votes
without Florida. Biden has held 6 to 12 point leads in polls released
this week from Michigan and Pennsylvania. This includes 6 point and 12
point advantages in Michigan from CBS News/YouGov and CNN/SSRS polls
respectively released on Sunday. High quality polls from June gave
Biden an average 10-point lead in Wisconsin. If Biden adds all of
those states to his column plus the 232 electoral votes from the
states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he gets to 278 electoral votes.
Winning Florida gives Biden a lot of backup options given that it's
worth 29 electoral votes. If Biden adds the 29 electoral votes from
Florida to the states Clinton took in 2016, he gets 261 electoral
votes. Biden would need just 9 electoral votes more to get an
electoral college majority. He could add any other state that Trump
won in 2016 by 9.0 points or less.
As I noted a few months ago, Florida is geographically and
demographically diverse from the Great Lake battleground states. If
Biden stumbles in the mostly White Great Lake swing states, he could
conceivably hold onto Florida and add on the diverse swing state of
Arizona. Biden has consistently been ahead in Arizona, and he was up 4
and 5 points in the latest CNN/SSRS and NBC News/Marist College polls
out Sunday.
Additionally, Biden could just win one of those Great Lake
battleground states and Florida to get to 270 electoral votes. Biden
could, for example, add Michigan (16 electoral votes) to his column,
and it would be enough. Biden has held the advantage in every single
nonpartisan poll in Michigan since early March.
Perhaps as importantly for Democrats, the polling in Florida has
generally been accurate at the end of the campaign. There hasn't been
an error like there was in the Great Lakes in 2016. The final Florida
polls from CNN have been within 3 points of the outcome in every
presidential election since 2008. The same holds true for the
gubernatorial and Senate elections in 2018.
With Biden's polling lead being as wide as it is right now in the
Sunshine State, the past accuracy of the final polls suggest he really
is ahead right now.
Trump won the GOP nomination, not by being
the best or the brightest or the most connected,
but by being the most outlandish. While other
candidates talked about policies and experience
and visions, the press was dominated by "let's
see what outrageous thing Trump said today".
He didn't understand government or politics,
but he understood television. Even when the
coverage was negative, the cameras stayed
pointed at HIM.
But as entertaining as the class clown is,
no one wants entertainment when they are out
of work and facing eviction. Suddenly his
rants about Muslims and Mexicans and Hillary
ring hollow and aren't funny anymore. Biden
may be boring, but he had been in government
for decades and knows how to use it to help
people.
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
Hello Kiitty
2020-07-26 23:02:46 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 13:19:51 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Miloch
Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-2020-poll-president-is-beh
ind-in-a-must-win-state/ar-BB17cQDY?li=BB141NW3
Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice President
Joe Biden leads in the state of Florida by a 51% to 46% margin over
President Donald Trump among registered voters.
The CNN poll follows a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier
this week, which showed Biden with a 51% to 38% lead.
What's the point: Trump hasn't led in a single Florida poll since early March.
The fact that the polls in Florida favor Biden should be one of the
biggest warning signs yet for Trump's fledgling campaign. Yes, we
still have 100 days to go, and history does suggest that the gap in
Florida could close.
Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the
definition of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a
second term, and he is losing there.
No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin
Coolidge in 1924.
Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the
nation. The last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation
as a whole in a presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is
down here by an average of 8 points in high quality live interview
polls since June 1 suggests he is down significantly nationally.
Biden, on the other hand, has a clear path to 270 electoral votes
without Florida. Biden has held 6 to 12 point leads in polls released
this week from Michigan and Pennsylvania. This includes 6 point and 12
point advantages in Michigan from CBS News/YouGov and CNN/SSRS polls
respectively released on Sunday. High quality polls from June gave
Biden an average 10-point lead in Wisconsin. If Biden adds all of
those states to his column plus the 232 electoral votes from the
states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he gets to 278 electoral votes.
Winning Florida gives Biden a lot of backup options given that it's
worth 29 electoral votes. If Biden adds the 29 electoral votes from
Florida to the states Clinton took in 2016, he gets 261 electoral
votes. Biden would need just 9 electoral votes more to get an
electoral college majority. He could add any other state that Trump
won in 2016 by 9.0 points or less.
As I noted a few months ago, Florida is geographically and
demographically diverse from the Great Lake battleground states. If
Biden stumbles in the mostly White Great Lake swing states, he could
conceivably hold onto Florida and add on the diverse swing state of
Arizona. Biden has consistently been ahead in Arizona, and he was up 4
and 5 points in the latest CNN/SSRS and NBC News/Marist College polls
out Sunday.
Additionally, Biden could just win one of those Great Lake
battleground states and Florida to get to 270 electoral votes. Biden
could, for example, add Michigan (16 electoral votes) to his column,
and it would be enough. Biden has held the advantage in every single
nonpartisan poll in Michigan since early March.
Perhaps as importantly for Democrats, the polling in Florida has
generally been accurate at the end of the campaign. There hasn't been
an error like there was in the Great Lakes in 2016. The final Florida
polls from CNN have been within 3 points of the outcome in every
presidential election since 2008. The same holds true for the
gubernatorial and Senate elections in 2018.
With Biden's polling lead being as wide as it is right now in the
Sunshine State, the past accuracy of the final polls suggest he really
is ahead right now.
Trump won the GOP nomination, not by being
the best or the brightest or the most connected,
but by being the most outlandish. While other
candidates talked about policies and experience
and visions, the press was dominated by "let's
see what outrageous thing Trump said today".
He didn't understand government or politics,
but he understood television. Even when the
coverage was negative, the cameras stayed
pointed at HIM.
But as entertaining as the class clown is,
no one wants entertainment when they are out
of work and facing eviction. Suddenly his
rants about Muslims and Mexicans and Hillary
ring hollow and aren't funny anymore. Biden
may be boring, but he had been in government
for decades and knows how to use it to help
people.
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
He goes from Hillary to Sanders to Biden. And he posts Hollywood gossip daily.
Milocch is a soyboy.
Miloch
2020-07-27 00:31:10 UTC
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Post by Jack Shit
On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 13:19:51 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Miloch
Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
He goes from Hillary to Sanders to Biden. And he posts Hollywood gossip daily.
...and YOU read every word of my posts too...doncha douchebag?! Trying to keep
you satisfied with the latest gossip has become a challenge in itself.

...and 'soyboy'...now isn't that just precious!


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Post by Hello Kiitty
Milocch is a soyboy.
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2020-07-27 00:43:13 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 13:19:51 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Miloch
Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
He goes from Hillary to Sanders to Biden. And he posts Hollywood gossip daily.
...and YOU read every word of my posts too...doncha douchebag?! Trying to keep
you satisfied with the latest gossip has become a challenge in itself.
...and 'soyboy'...now isn't that just precious!
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Post by Hello Kiitty
Milocch is a soyboy.
hey look more people that think you're a dork
Hello Kiitty
2020-07-27 02:41:09 UTC
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and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
He goes from Hillary to Sanders to Biden. And he posts Hollywood gossip daily.
...and YOU read every word of my posts too...doncha douchebag?! Trying to keep
you satisfied with the latest gossip has become a challenge in itself.
I don't read any of your posts, douchebag
Post by Miloch
...and 'soyboy'...now isn't that just precious!
Because it's truth.
Post by Miloch
Post by Hello Kiitty
Milocch is a soyboy.
Mr_Miloch
2020-07-27 03:01:57 UTC
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and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
He goes from Hillary to Sanders to Biden. And he posts Hollywood gossip daily.
...and YOU read every word of my posts too...doncha douchebag?! Trying to keep
you satisfied with the latest gossip has become a challenge in itself.
I don't read any of your posts, douchebag
Heh...heh heh...Ha ha...ho ho ho....heh ha ha ha ha...

Heh...heh heh...

heh...

Ya readem' all, MaxxX-Ine!!!




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Post by Miloch
...and 'soyboy'...now isn't that just precious!
Because it's truth.
Post by Miloch
Post by Hello Kiitty
Milocch is a soyboy.
Mitchell Holman
2020-07-27 01:32:04 UTC
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Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-2020-poll-president-is-
beh
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Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice
President
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Joe Biden leads in the state of Florida by a 51% to 46% margin over
President Donald Trump among registered voters.
The CNN poll follows a Quinnipiac University poll released earlier
this week, which showed Biden with a 51% to 38% lead.
What's the point: Trump hasn't led in a single Florida poll since early March.
The fact that the polls in Florida favor Biden should be one of the
biggest warning signs yet for Trump's fledgling campaign. Yes, we
still have 100 days to go, and history does suggest that the gap in
Florida could close.
Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the
definition of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a
second term, and he is losing there.
No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin
Coolidge in 1924.
Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the
nation. The last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation
as a whole in a presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is
down here by an average of 8 points in high quality live interview
polls since June 1 suggests he is down significantly nationally.
Biden, on the other hand, has a clear path to 270 electoral votes
without Florida. Biden has held 6 to 12 point leads in polls released
this week from Michigan and Pennsylvania. This includes 6 point and 12
point advantages in Michigan from CBS News/YouGov and CNN/SSRS polls
respectively released on Sunday. High quality polls from June gave
Biden an average 10-point lead in Wisconsin. If Biden adds all of
those states to his column plus the 232 electoral votes from the
states Hillary Clinton won in 2016, he gets to 278 electoral votes.
Winning Florida gives Biden a lot of backup options given that it's
worth 29 electoral votes. If Biden adds the 29 electoral votes from
Florida to the states Clinton took in 2016, he gets 261 electoral
votes. Biden would need just 9 electoral votes more to get an
electoral college majority. He could add any other state that Trump
won in 2016 by 9.0 points or less.
As I noted a few months ago, Florida is geographically and
demographically diverse from the Great Lake battleground states. If
Biden stumbles in the mostly White Great Lake swing states, he could
conceivably hold onto Florida and add on the diverse swing state of
Arizona. Biden has consistently been ahead in Arizona, and he was up 4
and 5 points in the latest CNN/SSRS and NBC News/Marist College polls
out Sunday.
Additionally, Biden could just win one of those Great Lake
battleground states and Florida to get to 270 electoral votes. Biden
could, for example, add Michigan (16 electoral votes) to his column,
and it would be enough. Biden has held the advantage in every single
nonpartisan poll in Michigan since early March.
Perhaps as importantly for Democrats, the polling in Florida has
generally been accurate at the end of the campaign. There hasn't been
an error like there was in the Great Lakes in 2016. The final Florida
polls from CNN have been within 3 points of the outcome in every
presidential election since 2008. The same holds true for the
gubernatorial and Senate elections in 2018.
With Biden's polling lead being as wide as it is right now in the
Sunshine State, the past accuracy of the final polls suggest he really
is ahead right now.
Trump won the GOP nomination, not by being
the best or the brightest or the most connected,
but by being the most outlandish. While other
candidates talked about policies and experience
and visions, the press was dominated by "let's
see what outrageous thing Trump said today".
He didn't understand government or politics,
but he understood television. Even when the
coverage was negative, the cameras stayed
pointed at HIM.
But as entertaining as the class clown is,
no one wants entertainment when they are out
of work and facing eviction. Suddenly his
rants about Muslims and Mexicans and Hillary
ring hollow and aren't funny anymore. Biden
may be boring, but he had been in government
for decades and knows how to use it to help
people.
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
and Biden who has been in politics over 50 years and hasn't done shit
is your man?
Yep. Biden hasn't declared bankruptcy, he hasn't
screwed other men's wives, he hasn't paid off any
porn stars, he hasn't blabbed military secrets to
the press, and he hasn't pardoned any convicted felons.
Gronk
2020-08-02 03:55:03 UTC
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Trump 2020 poll: President is behind in a must-win state
Trump won the GOP nomination, not by being
the best or the brightest or the most connected,
but by being the most outlandish. While other
candidates talked about policies and experience
and visions, the press was dominated by "let's
see what outrageous thing Trump said today".
He didn't understand government or politics,
but he understood television. Even when the
coverage was negative, the cameras stayed
pointed at HIM.
But as entertaining as the class clown is,
no one wants entertainment when they are out
of work and facing eviction. Suddenly his
rants about Muslims and Mexicans and Hillary
ring hollow and aren't funny anymore. Biden
may be boring, but he had been in government
for decades and knows how to use it to help
people.
It all reminds me of a 1991 movie called
The Doctor, where a group of doctors are all
chiding the hospital's Indian doctor for being
so boring and studious and taking his work too
seriously. But when one of the doctors gets
throat cancer the doc he turns to is not his
fellow "entertaining" doctors but the bookish
one from India he used to make fun of.
America is tired of the Trump Show, they
want a professional in charge.
An adult.

super70s
2020-07-27 02:27:41 UTC
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Still, Florida is probably the bellwether state that most meets the definition
of "must win" for Trump if he wants to be elected to a second term, and he is
losing there.
No Republican has won the presidency without Florida since Calvin Coolidge in
1924.
That's why Rep. Val Demmings is probably Biden's best choice for VP, she
can help nail Florida.
Post by Miloch
Moreover, it's a state that leans a little bit to the right of the nation. The
last time the state voted more Democratic than the nation as a whole in a
presidential election was 1976. The fact that Trump is down here by an average
of 8 points in high quality live interview polls since June 1 suggests he is
down significantly nationally.
There's no doubt that Trump is going to lose the popular vote once more,
it's down to whether he can squeak in with America's antiquated
electoral college again.
Christopher A. Lee
2020-07-27 13:24:32 UTC
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On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 21:27:41 -0500, super70s
<***@super70s.invalid> wrote:

Mental picture of the trumpster dance...

Surely somebody, somewhere must have hacked the hamster original?
Jack Shit
2020-07-27 14:04:02 UTC
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On Mon, 27 Jul 2020 08:24:32 -0500, Christopher A. Lee
Post by Christopher A. Lee
On Sun, 26 Jul 2020 21:27:41 -0500, super70s
Mental picture of the trumpster dance...
Surely somebody, somewhere must have hacked the hamster original?
What will you morons live for after Trump is gone?
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