Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States

What are your feelings on President Trump's performance

  • Strongly Approve

    Votes: 13 10.5%
  • Approve

    Votes: 15 12.1%
  • Strongly Disapprove

    Votes: 72 58.1%
  • Disapprove

    Votes: 13 10.5%
  • No Opinion

    Votes: 11 8.9%

  • Total voters
    124
  • Poll closed .

Cavatt

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Does anybody else want to tell him that this is Socialism? :chuckle:
Socialism for rural white people in red states is no problem. Red states net more Federal Dollars, while Blue states send more in. It's tragic that we subsidize these people and support their lazy lifestyle of not working and enjoying opiods while we work for a living. They turn around and vote for the politicians that ruin their communities and squander their resources and want to impose their religion at the federal level.
 

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Socialism for rural white people in red states is no problem. Red states net more Federal Dollars, while Blue states send more in. It's tragic that we subsidize these people and support their lazy lifestyle of not working and enjoying opiods while we work for a living. They turn around and vote for the politicians that ruin their communities and squander their resources and want to impose their religion at the federal level.
This post is a little extreme. Same rhetoric you slam Trump for you are doing. As someone who lives in a “red” state I find this very offensive.
 

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This post is a little extreme. Same rhetoric you slam Trump for you are doing. As someone who lives in a “red” state I find this very offensive.
This was "in the style of Fox news" I just think there is a huge amount of hypocrisy going around about what is and what isn't "welfare". Corporations take many times as much in subsidies as poor people do. Red states that are rural and "real america" according to the right wing and the electoral college are in truth being supported by the blue states. I find it tragic.

Yeah you are right that I did it the same way Trump does it. I hope it helps you rethink some of the propaganda you are exposed to. Funny how conservatives react instinctually to such stuff, but we are supposed to accept what they are saying in the same vein about minorities as "unvarnished truth".

I'm from a red state too. Sadly they keep supporting McConnell and he is ruining our country. Not even popular bipartisan legislation like protecting our voting can be passed. He literally doesn't want democracy to work.
 

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This was "in the style of Fox news" I just think there is a huge amount of hypocrisy going around about what is and what isn't "welfare". Corporations take many times as much in subsidies as poor people do. Red states that are rural and "real america" according to the right wing and the electoral college are in truth being supported by the blue states. I find it tragic.

Yeah you are right that I did it the same way Trump does it. I hope it helps you rethink some of the propaganda you are exposed to. Funny how conservatives react instinctually to such stuff, but we are supposed to accept what they are saying in the same vein about minorities as "unvarnished truth".

I'm from a red state too. Sadly they keep supporting McConnell and he is ruining our country. Not even popular bipartisan legislation like protecting our voting can be passed. He literally doesn't want democracy to work.
Zero need to make your points personal, or negatively generalize an entire population of people. Good faith discussion goes both ways. Cut it out.
 
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