The Reuters Headline: US Public Support Declines for Arming Ukraine
Very interesting, the well-I-guess-that’s-the-end-of-that headline from our trusted friends at Reuters, complete with an Oval Office pic of Biden and Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Biden looks like he has an upset stomach to match his upset Congress, but Zelenskiy (sometimes spelled Zelenskii) looks his usual confident self.
Wouldn’t you think the press and White House could come to some agreement on how to spell the name of a president?
But let’s pause for a moment and survey that so-called ‘public support’ in America
The stats are as follows on public support in America:
for gun control, 63%
for abortion on demand, 61%
for labor unions, 71%
for an increased minimum wage, 72%
for anti corruption laws in congress (they won’t tell us the percent)
for climate change mitigation, 75%
for commuting, or reducing the sentences of people incarcerated for drugs, 61%
for reducing health care and pharmaceutical costs, 83%
in favor of maximum age limits for elected officials in Washington, 79%