Just like this stupid story about approval rating.
It no surprise to me that Democrats seem to be so biased that they don't give a President of another party a chance. It's exactly what I've said, they are spoiled children who have to have their way or they will cry about it. So Gallop calls them and they cry how they disapprove of Trump just like they did with G.W. Bush. What does any of that mean?
It's pretty fucking clear that when only 10% of people have "no opinion" it's because they aren't giving him a chance. That is their problem, not a problem with Trump.
Frankly, who in their right mind thinks the Presidential approval rating in the first week of their term means anything other than diddly squat?
Why don't you take a look at this chart: Look at the beginning of Obama's term and his "great" approval ratings and see what happened to them month after month...look how his disapproval ratings which started low quickly rose and stayed in the 40's and 50's for most of his term. What does that say about the value of "first week" opinion polls, huh? Like I said, wake up and fucking think for yourself. http://www.gallup.com/poll/116479/barack-obama-presidential-job-approval.aspx
But hey, keep telling us about the opinion polls for his first week like they mean anything...you just show your partisan stripes.
Here's the thing: You people need to think for yourselves...
Let me break down this immigration thing for you...
Obama, late in his term opened up the immigration floodgates for these countries...
All 7 of these countries are unstable and contain radical extremists with ill-intent toward the U.S. with the exception of Iran who merely hates us. Honestly, Iran probably doesn't belong on this list. With the great increase in immigration in the last year, do you honestly think all these people were vetted as well as when we were allowing less than 100 people in the country from that region? So, I really don't see that much problem with putting on the brakes given the situation. Clearly, there are questions and concerns. But if you actually read the executive order, they do allow exceptions. Hopefully, with clarification and potential future modification, these issues can be resolved. For me, I'm willing to wait and see.
It's funny how the same people putting Trump to the fire seemed to have nothing to say when Romneycare had its hiccups. It's funny that none of you seem to have something to say about Obama's failed coup attempt funding rebels in Syria which created that crisis. Nope. Deaf ears when its convenient.
In short, I think the 7 country ban isn't an unreasonable decision. There is sense to it. It's being done for what seems like reasonable reasons despite what the naysayers want to portray. It should have been done more smoothly, but it's not like it's the only government plan where the details are a bit short-sighted. I'll reserve my judgement when there is real clarification and its had a few days to mature. But complaining about it as another "I told you so about Trump" makes people look childish.