Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1,001 Excellent

1 Follower

About jrober38

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

637 profile views
  1. Exactly. AB didn't want to play for Buffalo. End of story.
  2. Obama was effective delivering a few of his campaign platforms over the first two years. Then he lost the house. The last 3 weeks is how ineffective the Federal Government is going to be for the next two years. Nothing is going to be accomplished now that Trump lost the house, just like after Obama lost the house. The parties are too polarized and there's no common ground on anything they want to accomplish. Both guys relied heavily on Executive Orders.
  3. My analysis is this - Dem support is essentially in lockstep with Trump's disapproval rating. 54% of people don't support the wall. 54% of people don't approve of Trump. Doesn't matter what he does, 54% of the country isn't going to support him just because they hate him so much. On the flip side, Trump's support is growing because it's becoming more and more clear that the Dems are being unreasonable. They all voted for this in the past and are playing hardball, trying to stop Trump from delivering his signature campaign promise. Undecided people are beginning to side with Trump because for $5 billion there's no reason to not build the wall. Reality is that support isn't going to fall for the Dems. They're not gaining support, but they're not losing any either. Trump's best case is 46% support which would need every undecided person to side with him, which is unlikely. The Dems will hold out indefinitely because their base supports that stance, and the only way this is ending is with Trump declaring an emergency, triggering the Dems into calling Trump a tyrant who is going around Congress and possibly starting his impeachment. Just my two cents.
  4. Dem support has remained steady though. Until they start losing support or their position becomes unfavourable, they're not going to allow a wall to be built.
  • Create New...