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2022-08-10 6:39:42 PM  
538 has it at -15.6, was -19.0 July 23rd. We'll see how the next couple of months goes!
 
2022-08-10 7:01:37 PM  
FTFA: Only 12 percent of Republicans approved of Biden's performance.

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2022-08-10 7:47:12 PM  
Amazing what raiding the basement of a Nazi leader can do for public opinion!
 
2022-08-10 9:00:00 PM  
The absence of a criminal, microcephalic sociopath as the leader of a nation warrants my approval every time.
 
2022-08-10 10:15:37 PM  
fickle dumbasses.
 
2022-08-10 10:17:15 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: Amazing what raiding the basement of a Nazi leader can do for public opinion!


The polling was done before that.
 
2022-08-10 10:17:45 PM  
The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.
 
2022-08-10 10:19:55 PM  
Ain't it nice to wake up and not think "I wonder wtf he's tweeted this time"?
 
2022-08-10 10:22:06 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: Bennie Crabtree: Amazing what raiding the basement of a Nazi leader can do for public opinion!

The polling was done before that.


Oh.

Amazing what...uh... Joe Manchin can do? Now I'm just confused.
 
2022-08-10 10:25:52 PM  

TheMysteriousStranger: Bennie Crabtree: Amazing what raiding the basement of a Nazi leader can do for public opinion!

The polling was done before that.


This polling probably hadn't even caught up to the Inflation Reduction Act yet. It's a poll of polls. It takes time for new data to get averaged in.
 
2022-08-10 10:29:06 PM  

glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.


Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.
 
2022-08-10 10:30:58 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


Just the fact he isn't TFG is enough for me, ya bloody naysayer (lol)
 
2022-08-10 10:33:17 PM  
And this is why the Republicans want to obstruct everything the Dems try to do.

Unfortunately that tactic works only too well most of the time.
 
2022-08-10 10:34:33 PM  
He has been bashing his head in with the senate.

He is passing shiat now and the gqp is reeling.

Stuff is ... happening?
 
2022-08-10 10:36:00 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


He did? The only thing absent was the relentless, bellicose threats made every night on Twitter by the Orange Menace that made me hold my breath every morning in the hopes that the Goddamned fool didn't say something that would end the world.

As for do-nothing, I seem to recall several items on his agenda that were opposed by every Republican and two dickheads who claim to be Democrats but found a way to enrich themselves at everyone's expense by blocking everything until they got their payoff. Remember them? The only do-nothing about Biden is that he can't do-nothing about the people who stop him from doing something. None of that is his fault. At all.
 
2022-08-10 10:36:24 PM  
Well, he isn't going around bragging and committing felonies.
He isn't sleeping with Russian agents
 
2022-08-10 10:36:55 PM  
generic ballots look good for dems too rcp polling avg has gop up .6 vs 4 a few months ago
 
2022-08-10 10:38:18 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


Because the news media weren't obsessing over him.
 
2022-08-10 10:38:29 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


Nice save. You're still a shiatty arm-chair politician.
 
2022-08-10 10:41:16 PM  
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2022-08-10 10:42:14 PM  
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2022-08-10 10:43:15 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


I'd like to think that it took a year and a half for his people to untangle all the bullshat that TFG did
and fix it..Now he's moved on to doing things that should be done for the present..
 
2022-08-10 10:45:24 PM  

Slappy Longballs: Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.

Nice save. You're still a shiatty arm-chair politician.


This is the poltab.  We're all shiatty arm-chair politicians.  Some of us are also arm-chair generals.  Fark should probably hold an election for its armchair cabinet and joint armchair chiefs.
 
2022-08-10 10:47:22 PM  

Slappy Longballs: Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.

Nice save. You're still a shiatty arm-chair politician.


Really? You should read their posts in this guy's voice:

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That's what I do. Their Fark handle is self-aware irony, probably made after failing to capture an oil rig or something and commenting on it in the STEM tab. I think their Boobies was like, The economy needs more energon cubes. You Obamabots are going to merge to form liberaloplex. But since then they've just chilled out and post like a human, or something close to human, like a Fark Progressive.
 
2022-08-10 10:47:24 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.

He did? The only thing absent was the relentless, bellicose threats made every night on Twitter by the Orange Menace that made me hold my breath every morning in the hopes that the Goddamned fool didn't say something that would end the world.

As for do-nothing, I seem to recall several items on his agenda that were opposed by every Republican and two dickheads who claim to be Democrats but found a way to enrich themselves at everyone's expense by blocking everything until they got their payoff. Remember them? The only do-nothing about Biden is that he can't do-nothing about the people who stop him from doing something. None of that is his fault. At all.


Nah, Biden really was absentee. He was silent and invisible. I understand people get offended by that reality, but it's been around 18 months since inauguration and other than handling the vaccine roll-out very well, there wasn't anything being done at all.
 
2022-08-10 10:48:24 PM  
Yes, but what has Biden done about the northern east Timor feral chipmunk crisis? All you neo libs don't care about that. Liberals = conservatives.
 
2022-08-10 10:48:50 PM  
Some of that "I did that" taking hold.  Amazing how getting shiat done is so hard for people to recognize, but maybe it's happening.
 
2022-08-10 10:50:32 PM  
Today in political lessons: do even the barest of minimums and you'll be more popular.
 
2022-08-10 10:53:46 PM  
So, with the House, Senate (barely), and White House, Biden has, in the first two years:

--Oversaw a competent (if annoyingly incomplete) rollout of the COVID vaccine.
--Passed COVID relief act, which helped give needed aid to millions of people economically harmed by COVID
--Passed BIF, an actual infrastructure bill, making "infrastructure week" no longer a meme
--Passed the PACT act, actually doing something to support our troops more than just a bumper sticker by covering their healthcare costs due to the US military farking them over in the first place.
--On the verge of signing the biggest climate change bill in a generation.

And he has a worse approval rating than Trump at the same point in his Presidency.

Sometimes people just infuriate me.
 
2022-08-10 10:56:35 PM  

Peki: Ain't it nice to wake up and not think "I wonder wtf he's tweeted this time"?


Now that you mention it, I do wonder what his personal tweets would be.
 
2022-08-10 10:58:41 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.


Almost like he was getting his ducks in a row and this microwave society we live in can't wait more than 45 seconds for things to be ready.
 
2022-08-10 11:02:15 PM  

MechaPyx: And this is why the Republicans want to obstruct everything the Dems try to do.

Unfortunately that tactic works only too well most of the time.


Yeah, there's valid reasons to have issues with biden, but the shiat that people hear that lowers his poll numbers is all bullshiat.  It's pretty sad when gas prices and shiat like that are the reason gus polling is bad.
 
2022-08-10 11:02:35 PM  

nmrsnr: So, with the House, Senate (barely), and White House, Biden has, in the first two years:

--Oversaw a competent (if annoyingly incomplete) rollout of the COVID vaccine.
--Passed COVID relief act, which helped give needed aid to millions of people economically harmed by COVID
--Passed BIF, an actual infrastructure bill, making "infrastructure week" no longer a meme
--Passed the PACT act, actually doing something to support our troops more than just a bumper sticker by covering their healthcare costs due to the US military farking them over in the first place.
--On the verge of signing the biggest climate change bill in a generation.

And he has a worse approval rating than Trump at the same point in his Presidency.

Sometimes people just infuriate me.


He's been one step ahead of Russia since the beginning in Ukraine, he passed CHIPS and he killed the head of Al-Qaeda while he was isolating with Covid.
 
2022-08-10 11:03:13 PM  

Mr. Shabooboo: Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.

I'd like to think that it took a year and a half for his people to untangle all the bullshat that TFG did
and fix it..Now he's moved on to doing things that should be done for the present..


Just like every Democrat President that has taken over after a Republican
 
2022-08-10 11:08:06 PM  
I know the pol tab REALLY brings out the best and brightest, but y'all have really surprised me tonight. Give yourselves a hand.
 
2022-08-10 11:14:58 PM  

hammettman: Some of that "I did that" taking hold.  Amazing how getting shiat done is so hard for people to recognize, but maybe it's happening.


It's not that it's hard for people to recognize shiat getting done, it's that basically nothing that affects anyone's day-to-day life has gotten done. People are noticing that just fine
 
2022-08-10 11:16:45 PM  
I'm surprised he's polling so well, even after getting raided by the fbi.

Oh that's right, it was the compulsively lying narcissist who got raided, never mind.
 
2022-08-10 11:34:45 PM  

Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Scorpitron is reduced to a thin red paste: glassgrl: The onslaught of criticism thrown at Biden by the MSM daily could have something to do with public perception despite all of the accomplishments he has made. They've been relentlessly eschewing the progress since he took office. Why anyone thinks CNN or any of the others is "liberal media" is beyond my comprehension. Anyhoo, I love uncle Joe and refuse to listen to naysayers.

Maybe, but Biden really did look like an absentee, do-nothing president for a long time. There wasn't much to rally behind or reasons to support, but that's really changed lately.

He did? The only thing absent was the relentless, bellicose threats made every night on Twitter by the Orange Menace that made me hold my breath every morning in the hopes that the Goddamned fool didn't say something that would end the world.

As for do-nothing, I seem to recall several items on his agenda that were opposed by every Republican and two dickheads who claim to be Democrats but found a way to enrich themselves at everyone's expense by blocking everything until they got their payoff. Remember them? The only do-nothing about Biden is that he can't do-nothing about the people who stop him from doing something. None of that is his fault. At all.

Nah, Biden really was absentee. He was silent and invisible. I understand people get offended by that reality, but it's been around 18 months since inauguration and other than handling the vaccine roll-out very well, there wasn't anything being done at all.



In addition to the major efforts of dealing with COVID and pushing the unemployment/stiumulus act, the infrastructure and jobs act, the sabotaged Build Back Better and voting rights legislation, and now dealing with the war in Ukraine and economic turmoil, Biden's administration has acted on energy, environment, tax, immigration, justice/equity, civil rights, space, defense, international relations, etc. This stuff may seem kind of boring once you've become used to The 24/7 Chaos Rage Administration, but that doesn't mean it isn't happening or doesn't matter.

Now, he may well have been invisible to you, but that is only because Joe Biden cannot force you to read. Failing to pay attention to what someone else is doing doesn't make *him* an absentee.

/Could his term have gone better so far? Could he have done more? Of course. The answer, for virtually anyone, is always "of course." That doesn't make the "do-nothing" claim any less false.
 
2022-08-10 11:40:45 PM  
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2022-08-10 11:44:47 PM  
Biden's aight. If you have qualms with him, I suggest you take the next two months to get out to the streets and protest him before the people are paying attention to the midterms and we go "team blue" all over your ungrateful* asses.

/*s
 
2022-08-10 11:46:30 PM  
go make your voice heard
 
2022-08-10 11:46:52 PM  
Mask up
 
2022-08-10 11:50:35 PM  
... damn, i was expecting like 4-5 points. 2?

the rest of the goings on had better deliver at least another dozen points in the upward direction before nov. 8th*

*nov 9th, if you're planning on voting gop. don't get caught in voting lines with people unlike yourself! wait a day.
 
2022-08-10 11:58:23 PM  

nmrsnr: So, with the House, Senate (barely), and White House, Biden has, in the first two years:

--Oversaw a competent (if annoyingly incomplete) rollout of the COVID vaccine.
--Passed COVID relief act, which helped give needed aid to millions of people economically harmed by COVID
--Passed BIF, an actual infrastructure bill, making "infrastructure week" no longer a meme
--Passed the PACT act, actually doing something to support our troops more than just a bumper sticker by covering their healthcare costs due to the US military farking them over in the first place.
--On the verge of signing the biggest climate change bill in a generation.

And he has a worse approval rating than Trump at the same point in his Presidency.

Sometimes people just infuriate me.


Let's be perfectly clear here. Joe's administration, with the arms and intelligence support it has been providing since before 2/24, is arguably the main reason that the valiant Ukrainians aren't "going down valiantly," and are looking very likely to reclaim their lost territories. All while denying the Kremlin the casus belli  it wants to justify  unleashing missile salvos against NATO/U.S. targets and cities throughout Europe and East Asia.

He and Zelenskyy are presiding over the destruction of our Great Enemy, and they're doing it with soft-spoken class.
 
2022-08-10 11:58:47 PM  

vudukungfu: Well, he isn't going around bragging and committing felonies.
He isn't sleeping with Russian agents


Trying to turning the most basic expectations into some kind of bragging rights is so freaking odd. Almost anyone could be elected POTUS and easily manage to do none of the things you mentioned.

/and average voters, despite being dopey, still aren't buying the cringe 'at least he's not as bad as trump' sales pitches
 
2022-08-11 12:08:07 AM  
Is there a political cartoon where instead of Obama pulling and pushing on the levers that say "Gas Prices" and "Economy", it's Biden instead? Cause that's where I think we are at.
 
2022-08-11 12:11:09 AM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: immigration, justice/equity, civil rights,


And has lost all their court appearance, last I checked. The ICE prisons alone.

The USA is, under international law, required to just walk in and arrest everyone working there, and prosecute them, without bail. Preferably at The Hague, with international criminal lawyers specializing in the crimes those prisons are.

So much for being party to the Geneva Conventions.
 
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