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has Biden done a good job as president?
#21
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: One more question do you think biden is in control of his presidency, is he mentally fit, is he making all the final decisions?

That's actually three questions, but: Yes, yes and yes. There is no rational reason to suppose otherwise.

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#22
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: look no right or wrong answers, i'm not looking for a debate just want to know what the other side thinks about biden...


One more question do you think biden is in control of his presidency, is he mentally fit, is he making all the final decisions?

again not about trump not about my views just want an honest opinion. i know what my side thinks, i know what i think, i have never heard anyone identify where/how biden is a good president outside he is not trump. till now.. so if you want to revise your statments i'm not looking to challenge them.

Why should I care about the President of some third world country?
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#23
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 6:05 pm)Abaddon_ire Wrote:
(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: look no right or wrong answers, i'm not looking for a debate just want to know what the other side thinks about biden...


One more question do you think biden is in control of his presidency, is he mentally fit, is he making all the final decisions?

again not about trump not about my views just want an honest opinion. i know what my side thinks, i know what i think, i have never heard anyone identify where/how biden is a good president outside he is not trump. till now.. so if you want to revise your statments i'm not looking to challenge them.

Why should I care about the President of some third world country?

Cuz number of nuclear weapons does not decline with declining average level of education, health care, political stability, disposable purchasing power.
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#24
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: look no right or wrong answers, i'm not looking for a debate just want to know what the other side thinks about biden...


One more question do you think biden is in control of his presidency, is he mentally fit, is he making all the final decisions?

again not about trump not about my views just want an honest opinion. i know what my side thinks, i know what i think, i have never heard anyone identify where/how biden is a good president outside he is not trump. till now.. so if you want to revise your statments i'm not looking to challenge them.

I don't think any president should be making all final decisions.  He should be working with a capable group of advisors to make decisions.  It's dictators that make all the decisions.  That's not how the US government is set up.

I don't recall a president that didn't have some mishaps along the way, it's certainly not a sure sign of someone not being mentally fit.  Maybe if we see him disembark a plane and not see the giant black SUV parked at the bottom of the stairs we need to check to see if he's okay.
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#25
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 6:16 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote:
(April 26, 2021 at 6:05 pm)Abaddon_ire Wrote: Why should I care about the President of some third world country?

Cuz number of nuclear weapons does not decline with declining average level of education, health care, political stability, disposable purchasing power.

How many nuclear weapons have actually been detonated worldwide? Horoshima? Nagasaki? Just two? Course not, there have been plenty of tests on top of those. 2 dozen? 50 maybe?

Nope 2,053 actually.

Yet we are all still here. Odd that.

Nuclear armageddon is indeed an existential threat to the human race, not to life in toto. Likely not to the human race either. Genetics demonstrates that we were down to a few paltry thousand survivors worldwide about 75kya. We were pretty darn close to extinction as a species.
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#26
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 6:39 pm)Abaddon_ire Wrote:
(April 26, 2021 at 6:16 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: Cuz number of nuclear weapons does not decline with declining average level of education, health care, political stability, disposable purchasing power.

How many nuclear weapons have actually been detonated worldwide? Horoshima? Nagasaki? Just two? Course not, there have been plenty of tests on top of those. 2 dozen? 50 maybe?

Nope 2,053 actually.

Yet we are all still here. Odd that.

Nuclear armageddon is indeed an existential threat to the human race, not to life in toto. Likely not to the human race either. Genetics demonstrates that we were down to a few paltry thousand survivors worldwide about 75kya. We were pretty darn close to extinction as a species.

Nuclear Armageddon almost certainly will not be sufficient to kill humans as a specie.   But it will likely retard civilization for some time.   A full on nuclear exchange at the peak of Cold War probably would have set the entire human civilization back a century or two and permanently and dramatically change the character of human civilization.    An exchange between US and Russia now will mainly set back each of these two countries several decades. But still collateral physical, to say nothing of political and economic effects, will still be felt by almost everyone in the world.

None of these will end the human specie, but does warrant notice even if you live by yourself in a remote location, no matter how ghetto, third world, or “shit hole” the owners of these nuclear weapons have become.

As to us still being here,   Under Reagan, the world can to within 15 minutes from full on nuclear exchange a with near peak Cold War arsenal, when the Soviet Union almost launched on warning at false sign of american first strike, which came after they have been spooked by Able Archer, a pressure tactic under the guise of an exercise launched by the Reagan administration that realistically simulated mobilization, preparation for nuclear war, and deployment of nuclear weapon.

So one should be worried how cavalierly cowboy the US of A can be with responsibility for humanity.
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#27
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 2:21 pm)Rev. Rye Wrote:
(April 26, 2021 at 2:11 pm)Mermaid Wrote: well, it's only April so this isn't much of a question.

But I'd say based solely on the fact that he prioritized getting Americans vaccinated against COVID-19, I'd say he's done a spectacular job so far.

I mean, I voted for Biden not expecting much, and if there were literally viable alternative in November, I probably would have voted for them, and I suspect that "Not being Trump" is probably one of the biggest reasons people voted for him in November. And since it's only been a few months, it's too early to be clear about any accomplishment. But given that he's doing what he can to stop the COVID pandemic, and is actually creating a timeline for when to pull out of Afghanistan, it looks like a case of "so far, so good."

Same. And I'll add something even more important than the pandemic: He communicates with the people and the press in a non-snide, adult manner. That right there is the best damage control any president could do. Not making comments about the attractiveness of peoples' wives, not rage-tweeting and not spreading complete lies about the pandemic and basically everything else? That's where he's done well. He's not my favorite president, and I am not like totally Team Biden, but I am fond of Jill and I am very very fond of the fact that he's not Donald Trump so we don't have to look at his bloated mug and hear his downright retarded words every day.

(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: look no right or wrong answers, i'm not looking for a debate just want to know what the other side thinks about biden...


One more question do you think biden is in control of his presidency, is he mentally fit, is he making all the final decisions?

Of course. Because I don't listen to Tucker Carlson.
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#28
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
Given that Republicans en masse have treated both Obama and Biden as illegitimate and opposed even the most lukewarm proposals in order to frustrate Democrats, I'd say Biden is doing remarkably well.
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#29
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
(April 26, 2021 at 5:26 pm)Drich Wrote: look no right or wrong answers, i'm not looking for a debate just want to know what the other side thinks about biden...

What other side, non nutjob christian? Might just as well come out and call us "you people". Dodgy

So far I think he's doing more than adequate. 1 to 10, he gets a 6.5.

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#30
RE: has Biden done a good job as president?
Republicans Still Don’t Really Know What to Say About Joe Biden
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Quote:With the 100-day mark of Joe Biden’s presidency approaching, a number of national news organizations commissioned polls on how he’s doing, and they all found basically the same thing: The president is popular. Biden’s approval rating is at 58 percent according to CBS News, 53 percent according to NBC News, 52 percent according to ABC News, and 54 percent according to Fox News. This is a bit lower than where Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush were at the same point in time, but given the circumstances in which he took office—a refusal by Biden’s predecessor to concede that culminated in an actual rebellion—it’s a pretty good number.

Republicans seem to have taken notice. Last weekend, the Hill interviewed a number of GOP senators who fretted about how Biden’s amiable personality had insulated him from political blowback—they were having a hard time defining him as the enemy.

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It’s hard to say whether so much of conservatives’ anger and criticism has been focused on cultural politics like Dr. Seuss because they can’t get anything to stick to Biden, or if they can’t get any of their attacks on Biden to stick because they’re too focused on Dr. Seuss. But for now, with one $2 trillion stimulus already on the books and a major infrastructure bill currently in process, either scenario works out just fine for the president.
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