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Biden really twisted - Approval Ratings 2 days 21 hours ago #3815924

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Jane R wrote: Well, Graham, it's a fact that President Biden fell off his stationary bike. But I have to say, reading through this thread, you have to have a chuckle at those who complain of any criticism of Biden yet did nothing for four years previous but pick fault, mock and deride the previous resident in the White House. Lol


Biden's campaign pictured him as a vibrant - jogging to the podium, folksy, and jolly character. He is none of those. Most of his campaign was spent in his basement. He uncannily screams or whispers now during his broadcasts, for some type of effect. Yes, we get it..he is unhinged.


And we know now why the campaigning was done from the basement! If he had to answer questions, true colors would of become apparent. But he has to have a good sized basement. Possibly, because all his handlers could fit in the basement?

Not sure why some continue to push the lie the previous president came up with during the election. Joe Biden was not campaigning from a basement. At least don't live a lie all your life.

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Biden limited public rallies, and when he did appear at campaign events, supporters listened from their cars, honking their applause.

The Democratic National Convention, held August 17 to 20, was unlike any other.

A mostly virtual event, it was structured to appeal to voters watching on television at home.

Biden and Harris delivered their nomination acceptance speeches in front of reporters in a largely empty arena in Wilmington, then watched a fireworks display with supporters in their cars in a parking lot outside the arena. The celebration was highlighted by supporters honking their horns and flashing their headlights.

His is the one I liked:

“Our current president,” he said, “has failed in his most basic duty to this nation. He failed to protect us. He failed to protect America.”

I don't know how to post the picture with the statement.

Former vice president Joe Biden records the first episode of his podcast from his home in Wilmington, Del. (Courtesy of Biden for President)
www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/0...orch-biden-basement/

And no grasp of reality. :blink:


SO, some lied and others pushed the narrative that Joe Biden was hiding in a basement?? I don't happen to see anything about a basement in the articles.
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Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).

I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.
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GerryM wrote:

Robin wrote:

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Jane R wrote: Well, Graham, it's a fact that President Biden fell off his stationary bike. But I have to say, reading through this thread, you have to have a chuckle at those who complain of any criticism of Biden yet did nothing for four years previous but pick fault, mock and deride the previous resident in the White House. Lol


Biden's campaign pictured him as a vibrant - jogging to the podium, folksy, and jolly character. He is none of those. Most of his campaign was spent in his basement. He uncannily screams or whispers now during his broadcasts, for some type of effect. Yes, we get it..he is unhinged.


And we know now why the campaigning was done from the basement! If he had to answer questions, true colors would of become apparent. But he has to have a good sized basement. Possibly, because all his handlers could fit in the basement?

Not sure why some continue to push the lie the previous president came up with during the election. Joe Biden was not campaigning from a basement. At least don't live a lie all your life.

:S


Biden limited public rallies, and when he did appear at campaign events, supporters listened from their cars, honking their applause.

The Democratic National Convention, held August 17 to 20, was unlike any other.

A mostly virtual event, it was structured to appeal to voters watching on television at home.

Biden and Harris delivered their nomination acceptance speeches in front of reporters in a largely empty arena in Wilmington, then watched a fireworks display with supporters in their cars in a parking lot outside the arena. The celebration was highlighted by supporters honking their horns and flashing their headlights.

His is the one I liked:

“Our current president,” he said, “has failed in his most basic duty to this nation. He failed to protect us. He failed to protect America.”

I don't know how to post the picture with the statement.

Former vice president Joe Biden records the first episode of his podcast from his home in Wilmington, Del. (Courtesy of Biden for President)
www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/0...orch-biden-basement/

And no grasp of reality. :blink:


SO, some lied and others pushed the narrative that Joe Biden was hiding in a basement?? I don't happen to see anything about a basement in the articles.


Second picture down, in the link.

Yes it can be looked at, in different points of view. And as it say "his first" podcast.

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Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).

I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.


As I have said before. You had to look at the choices given.
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Robin wrote:

WWWoody wrote:

grahamg wrote:

WWWoody wrote:
Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).

I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.


As I have said before. You had to look at the choices given.

Yes, that and it’s a thread about Joe Biden, no off-topic posts allowed. Lol. I’ve said many times I’m no hater, I just wish he’d gone fishing in 2020 instead. Lol.
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WWWoody wrote:

grahamg wrote:

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Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).


I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.


Thanks for your kind response, and I'll try to respond in kind, (for example id accept I should have described former president Trump as a hero to others supporting him on this and other similar threads on this website, and not declared him to be your hero!).

However, so far as constantly criticising your current president, regardless of whether he ever does anything you might half way approve of (should he have been doing whatever it might be on behalf of a political party more to your liking), you say you're entitled to feed constant criticism into every debate at every opportunity, well I'd have to slightly disagree with you there because you're simply feeding "partisan politics" that is well out of control in both our countries already!

Now this may sound like an aside or reflection from this thread, but I've been listening to a debate in our UK House of Lords, and the debate was on "Standards in Public Life", and one contributor to the debate is called Lord Saltaire, speaking on behalf of one of our smaller political parties, and he spoke very well, and very critically about our current prime ministers actions, and in many ways the actions of our current government, and the way they appear to wish to pander to "populism and use populist political tactics", and in doing so democracies become undermined.

I'd argue a population unable or unwilling to see the world in anything other than a partisan fashion, will of itself undermine democracies, and anything any of us do might further this deterioration in our politics, (a good example of the negative aspects of populism is that in this country you'd probably find a hundred people ready to condemn our House of Lords).

Almost none of them will ever choose to listen to a single debate held there, and will never think it necessary to do so, whilst vehemently condemning everything that goes on not only in our House of Lords, but all our democratically elected politicians (and everything else crucial in maintaining our democracy).
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WWWoody wrote:

grahamg wrote:

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Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).

I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.


Personally, as long as its your feelings. go for it. Its the lies that are making the US a sadder place.

We just got rid of a person that had over 35,000 lies in four years. He continually makes up lies. That person could not take a joke. Joe Biden can take out what any of us could dish him. I have heard many times how he will take the brunt of a joke, and smile. When have you ever heard of him, whining like the previous president.
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Biden limited public rallies, and when he did appear at campaign events, supporters listened from their cars, honking their applause.

The Democratic National Convention, held August 17 to 20, was unlike any other.

A mostly virtual event, it was structured to appeal to voters watching on television at home.



yes, very sensible in the midst of a pandemic - as was working from inside (doesnt matter if it was in a basement or the top floor)
Modern technology has allowed campaigns to directly reach millions without physical presence.
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Bonds are normal set at around $200 to $5000. One only has to pay 10% of the bond to get out, $20 to $500. If they had a job and working they would not of been out destroying other people hard earned property. ( But, I guess that's ok for some?)



of course destroying property isnt ok - nobody said it was.

But that doesnt mean people should not get bail or good legal representation because they cannot afford it when other more wealthy people do.

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grahamg wrote:

WWWoody wrote:

grahamg wrote:

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Well I’m rooting for Joe in the second half of his term, for selfish reasons. I’d like to retire instead holding a sign on the street corner with a collection jar, “Repent If You Voted For Joe!”



Its nor nice you know running down a fellow countryman all the time, even your worst critics should take a break sometime, "Gimme a break"!, (remember that phrase being used in those oh so informative presidential election show between your hero and dear president Biden?!).


I’m assuming you’re referring to Donald Trump as my hero which is clearly dishonest on your part, he couldn’t carry the shoes of people I look up to. As far as criticizing Joe, he works for me so that’s well within my rights as an American. Tough if you are offended. Nothing personal of course. Lol.


Thanks for your kind response, and I'll try to respond in kind, (for example id accept I should have described former president Trump as a hero to others supporting him on this and other similar threads on this website, and not declared him to be your hero!).

However, so far as constantly criticising your current president, regardless of whether he ever does anything you might half way approve of (should he have been doing whatever it might be on behalf of a political party more to your liking), you say you're entitled to feed constant criticism into every debate at every opportunity, well I'd have to slightly disagree with you there because you're simply feeding "partisan politics" that is well out of control in both our countries already!

Now this may sound like an aside or reflection from this thread, but I've been listening to a debate in our UK House of Lords, and the debate was on "Standards in Public Life", and one contributor to the debate is called Lord Saltaire, speaking on behalf of one of our smaller political parties, and he spoke very well, and very critically about our current prime ministers actions, and in many ways the actions of our current government, and the way they appear to wish to pander to "populism and use populist political tactics", and in doing so democracies become undermined.

I'd argue a population unable or unwilling to see the world in anything other than a partisan fashion, will of itself undermine democracies, and anything any of us do might further this deterioration in our politics, (a good example of the negative aspects of populism is that in this country you'd probably find a hundred people ready to condemn our House of Lords).

Almost none of them will ever choose to listen to a single debate held there, and will never think it necessary to do so, whilst vehemently condemning everything that goes on not only in our House of Lords, but all our democratically elected politicians (and everything else crucial in maintaining our democracy).

GrahamG is the real deal. Now we’re pals again. Lol.
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