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(85,986 posts)
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 10:02 AM Nov 2023

Pres. Biden: "We haven't stopped winning, and he hasn't stopped losing."

Ryan Struyk @ryanstruyk
Pres. Biden: "The press and pundits can keep being surprised as much as they want, but since I came off the sidelines to go toe to toe with Donald Trump, we haven’t stopped winning, and he hasn’t stopped losing."

November 15, 2023
Remarks by President Biden at Campaign Reception | San Francisco, CA
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/speeches-remarks/2023/11/15/remarks-by-president-biden-at-campaign-reception-san-francisco-ca/

"...folks, this is the Biden-Harris agenda. And that agenda not only is popular, but people are voting for it. It’s winning elections over and over again.

The press and pundits can keep being surprised as much as they want, but since I came off the sidelines to go toe to toe with Donald Trump, we haven’t stopped winning, and he hasn’t stopped losing. (Applause.)

Remember when Trump told us he was going to win so much we’d get tired of winning? (Laughter.) (Inaudible.) Oh, man. I don’t want — I shouldn’t get started. (Laughter.)

Let me tell you one thing that’s true: We got tired of Trump. The truth is the guy can’t get tired of losing."



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Pres. Biden: "We haven't stopped winning, and he hasn't stopped losing." (Original Post) bigtree Nov 2023 OP
Love it underpants Nov 2023 #1
This needs to be an ad Johnny2X2X Nov 2023 #2
LOVE IT!!! niyad Nov 2023 #3
K & R............................ Lovie777 Nov 2023 #4
Love this man Picaro Nov 2023 #5
"Let me tell you one thing that's true: We got tired of Trump." Paladin Nov 2023 #6
Ouch!!!! Yo_Mama_Been_Loggin Nov 2023 #7
For sure Yonnie3 Nov 2023 #10
The bonuses of media personnel are predicated on their horse-race coverage of ..... jaxexpat Nov 2023 #8
It seems to me... 2naSalit Nov 2023 #13
Definitely! The grating aspect is that Joe must engineer his play for coverage. jaxexpat Nov 2023 #14
That's it! ...nt 2naSalit Nov 2023 #16
"Let me tell you one thing that's true: We got tired of Trump." CrispyQ Nov 2023 #9
100% TSExile Nov 2023 #11
Perfect!! And he's 100% correct! Kudos President Biden PortTack Nov 2023 #12
You go Prez! NNadir Nov 2023 #15
Joe's speeches are getting tougher. Good. They need to be that. ificandream Nov 2023 #17
And Biden's got the receipts to back it up. ffr Nov 2023 #18
The Biden-Harris record ... Hermit-The-Prog Nov 2023 #23
Ok why are you trailing in polls Tribetime Nov 2023 #19
Because too many people are stupid ExWhoDoesntCare Nov 2023 #20
These days, especially after the last election..... DFW Nov 2023 #21
Polls don't vote. PEOPLE vote DinahMoeHum Nov 2023 #22

Lovie777

(12,232 posts)
4. K & R............................
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 10:20 AM
Nov 2023

corporate media just can't come to the reality that the GQP are losing across board. The GQP keep trying to ban abortion, women's rights, civil rights, voting rights, ban on books, ban on factual education, and the GQP are still effing the economy and they are still stone cold nuts.

Even McTurtle thinks it's not his responsibility to have non-violent environment stating it's up the the Capitol Police.

WTF.

jaxexpat

(6,818 posts)
8. The bonuses of media personnel are predicated on their horse-race coverage of .....
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 11:31 AM
Nov 2023

Republicans vs Democrats. Network reporting of candidate's policies and actual issues became a thing of the past with the Kennedy/Nixon debates of 1960, televised in real time.

2naSalit

(86,536 posts)
13. It seems to me...
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 12:58 PM
Nov 2023

That Joe has figured this out. It may be that he sees that as long as the media are covering him, many in hopes of catching him looking weak and feeble, he has the advantage in stumping them and throwing out a few zingers he can not only chump them at their own game* but get more coverage for his actual message.


*Which he does masterfully and often.

jaxexpat

(6,818 posts)
14. Definitely! The grating aspect is that Joe must engineer his play for coverage.
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 02:35 PM
Nov 2023

Whereas, media syndicates are actively on the hunt for relatable "conservative" talking points, omitting their contradictions in logic and/or factuality entirely, while progressives must send up emergency flares in hope of coverage. Then, to make matters worse, the media demands that progressives prove an emergency is real before it's allowed exposure onto their "hallowed" dais. And, of course, the progressives' broadcasted lament must always be balanced by the outrageous testimony of select representatives of the opposition. Like, "we have the latest news on a 5-alarm fire in the heart of our city, it's bad and here's the fire chief to give us details, but first, let's hear from the alleged arsonist. Mr. arsonist, why does the fire chief have this vendetta against you?"

I exaggerate? Not much.

CrispyQ

(36,457 posts)
9. "Let me tell you one thing that's true: We got tired of Trump."
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 11:37 AM
Nov 2023

We still need to work our butts off but I believe there is HUGE Trump fatigue throughout the country.

ificandream

(9,363 posts)
17. Joe's speeches are getting tougher. Good. They need to be that.
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 03:17 PM
Nov 2023

Whatever it takes to keep Trump out of office. I think a good thing to do would be to remind people that if he loses, he's probably going to jail. I think a lot of people would go for that.

 

ExWhoDoesntCare

(4,741 posts)
20. Because too many people are stupid
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 06:06 PM
Nov 2023

And some of them are stupid because our traitor media has made them that way by promoting traitor party lies while all but silencing Democratic truths.

This has been another edition to simple answers to...simple...questions.

DFW

(54,341 posts)
21. These days, especially after the last election.....
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 06:15 PM
Nov 2023

I have to wonder who makes up the questions for these polls, who conducts them, who decides how they are conducted, and who makes up the reports on the results?

Sometimes, I get the impression the people who design these polls are the same ones who thought up the referendum about whether parents would be happy if their children were taught to use Arabic numerals in school? Ask that in Massachusetts, and you'll probably get a majority of, "whaddy think, I'm stupid or something?" Ask it in Idaho, and you'll get a lot of "over my dead body!"

DinahMoeHum

(21,783 posts)
22. Polls don't vote. PEOPLE vote
Thu Nov 16, 2023, 07:11 PM
Nov 2023

Methinks you should check this out:

https://washingtonmonthly.com/2023/09/29/a-cure-for-mad-poll-disease/

Horse race polls are opinion journalism, not science.
Stop following them, and start turning out the vote.


Horse race polling is punditry in disguise


IOW, polling a year out from the actual general election DOESN'T. MEAN. SHIT.

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