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originally posted by: undo
we have the following social programs:
- social welfare (food and housing)
- social insurance for old age
- socialized infrastructure maintenance
- social benefits for minorities and women
- social benefits for corporations
- socialized medicine
- socialized education
- socialized benefit packages for college students
- a socialized propaganda department
- war paid for via socializing the cost
- socialist intelligence structures
- universities filled with socialist professors
both sides are socialist, and there is virtually no difference in their long term goals and strategies nor the form of government they wish to have. there was no difference between stalin and hitler. communism and fascism are the exact same thing,
In just one week, polls found politicians of all stripes are hitting approval numbers with record lows. The president finds himself roughly as popular as a trip to the dentist. The entire Democratic Party gets the thumbs down. Oh, and so does the Republican Party.
But it doesn’t stop there. Americans are also bummed out about the future in general, especially the economy. Things are so low that even an old favorite, sugar, polled poorly.
Pollsters say it all adds up to a country that feels “everything is terrible,” as one put it, a mood that campaigns should consider as they head into the midterm homestretch, when turnout should be all about enthusiasm — not pessimism.
“Hagan has a -10 approval rating, and usually if you have a -10 approval rating it means you’re doomed,” Jensen said. But, he added, Hagan’s Republican challenger, Thom Tillis, “has a -23 favorability rating, so that race remains very competitive despite Hagan being an unpopular incumbent, because voters really don’t care for her opponent, either.”