Joe Biden's First 100 Days - Off the Charts

stocker08

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Any chance the very fact that Republicans have their own bill is proof that Biden has made more progress on infrastructure in 100 days than DJT made in 1400?

Yes and no. It's going to be something that the democrats are going to have to push through with zero help from the right. They aren't looking to compromise or work with the left AT ALL. Their goal is to impede at all costs. The funny yet easily forgettable right wing response last night was basically a big bag of nothing. Just attacks...because that's all the right has. Much like Trump in his final year....they aren't doing any legislating. They are already campaigning for the midterms and 2024. It's a sporting event to these yokels.
 

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More nonsenese from you. You tried to use that article as some indication that Biden is "uniting" - and when challenged on it you change the subject to "infrastructure progress." To the core.

When polled individually, most of the specific proposals in the plan get majorities or near-majorities among Conservatives:

Stimulus bill - 41%
Repair roads and bridges - 82%
Rural broadband - 63%
Train and rail - 47%
Water pipes - 77%
Electric car charging - 37%
Elderly home care - 74%
Build public schools - 54%
Raise taxes on > $400k - 48%
Raise taxes on large corps - 50%
Raise taxes on usage of roads/bridges 37%

Seems like ol' Joe has a proposed a plan that does unite the country.

 

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When polled individually, most of the specific proposals in the plan get majorities or near-majorities among Conservatives:

Stimulus bill - 41%
Repair roads and bridges - 82%
Rural broadband - 63%
Train and rail - 47%
Water pipes - 77%
Electric car charging - 37%
Elderly home care - 74%
Build public schools - 54%
Raise taxes on > $400k - 48%
Raise taxes on large corps - 50%
Raise taxes on usage of roads/bridges 37%

Seems like ol' Joe has a proposed a plan that does unite the country.

Sheep be sheep.
 

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When polled individually, most of the specific proposals in the plan get majorities or near-majorities among Conservatives:

Stimulus bill - 41%
Repair roads and bridges - 82%
Rural broadband - 63%
Train and rail - 47%
Water pipes - 77%
Electric car charging - 37%
Elderly home care - 74%
Build public schools - 54%
Raise taxes on > $400k - 48%
Raise taxes on large corps - 50%
Raise taxes on usage of roads/bridges 37%

Seems like ol' Joe has a proposed a plan that does unite the country.


Isn't this the same outfit that reports "approval" ratings for Ol' Joe that comprise only 18% Republicans?

 

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When polled individually, most of the specific proposals in the plan get majorities or near-majorities among Conservatives:

Stimulus bill - 41%
Repair roads and bridges - 82%
Rural broadband - 63%
Train and rail - 47%
Water pipes - 77%
Electric car charging - 37%
Elderly home care - 74%
Build public schools - 54%
Raise taxes on > $400k - 48%
Raise taxes on large corps - 50%
Raise taxes on usage of roads/bridges 37%

Seems like ol' Joe has a proposed a plan that does unite the country.


Did they disclose the methodology (online, I'm guessing)? Was there any weighing done?
 

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Sheep be sheep.

This is emblematic of the whole "unity" debate. Republicans who criticize Biden for not being a unifier really mean that they want Biden to cater to their specific beliefs.

Most people like Biden's policies. He was never going to be able to unite 100% of people behind anything.
 

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This is emblematic of the whole "unity" debate. Republicans who criticize Biden for not being a unifier really mean that they want Biden to cater to their specific beliefs.

Most people like Biden's policies. He was never going to be able to unite 100% of people behind anything.
Nope. Wrong again. Most criticize Biden for not being a uniter because he told us all he was going to be a uniter and we all got to hear about how great and refreshing that will be. Turns out he is no different. Who would have ever guessed?
 

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A true uniter would have worked to get this bill passed unanimously

Yes, JTF, if one bill is passed with bipartisan support than the President is a true uniter. Is this the first time this has ever happened?
#Sheep
 

Gopher_In_NYC

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Here’s a chart

NIce try. I watched it live and the next poll number measured what % were satisfied with the policies and that number was 71%. The other numbers were ~70% as well.

Your game is weak grasshopper.
 
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