Thoughts for the day.

Thought #1:

The last few weeks have been good for Republicans in polling. The Democrat double-digit lead in the so-called “generic ballot” has slipped to as little as 5 points in some polls (and that was reported by CNN whose reporters had to take a healthy dose of diazepam before they could utter the sentence).

Thought #2:

Question: Which recent president did the media hail as Lord God Almighty? And which president has the media reviled as Satan incarnate? I’m sure my readers answered Obama and Trump in that order.

However, this news item on polling made me laugh out loud. According to Rasmussen polling (and they are certainly a well-regarded polling group) President Trump is more popular at this point in his presidency than Barack Hussein Obama at exactly the same point in his presidency (February 9, 2010). Obama’s Job approval was 44% while President Trump came in at 48%.

Ain’t that a hoot!

Thought #3:

It’s not news to my readers that the press (and apparently the FBI and DOJ) were “in the bag” for Hillary. But this observation seems to have been missed.

Thought #4

Today seems to be “polls day.” So here’s one more. And again, this poll is not from a right-wing organization, but none other than the Harvard-Harris Poll. It appears that voters across both party lines are in agreement with President Donald Trump’s immigration priorities.

This poll is considered to be weighted appropriately to broadly represent the US population. The poll showed that, in fact, each of the pillars of Trump’s compromise with the Democreeps was broadly popular. In particular, a whopping 79% said the believed “immigration priority… should be based on a person’s ability to contribute to America as measured by their education and skills.” 

Ain’t that kick in the head, Democreeps!

Roy Filly

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1 Response to Thoughts for the day.

  1. David L. Wood, MD, (ret.) says:

    Of course, when President Trump’s accomplishments become better known, the more his approval ratings increase.

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