Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Ideologia liberal, Stati Uniti

Midterm. Il The New York Times fa previsioni trionfali.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-11-06.

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Anche se ne pubblichiamo la fotocopia elettronica, saremmo grati ai Lettori di visionare di persona tutti gli allegati.

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Il The New York Times pubblica ad urne aperte i seguenti articoli.

House and Senate Latest, Big Poll for Democrats, Georgia Runoff

«Where things stand

Lifted by overwhelming support among women, Democrats enjoy a 13-point advantage on the question of which party should control Congress, according to a new CNN poll.

The national survey indicates that 55 percent of voters prefer Democratic control of the House while 42 percent said they wanted Republicans to stay in power.

While men are effectively divided on the question, women are backing Democrats in large numbers: 62 percent of women said Democrats should take over Congress while just 35 percent prefer Republicans to retain their majorities.

The divide is clearly driven by views toward President Trump. Only 39 percent of voters approve of the president’s job performance, but among women it is even lower: just 31 percent of women believe Mr. Trump is doing a good job as president, while 63 percent do not approve of his performance.»

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Se si facessero due conti della serva, si potrebbe constatare che se il 62% delle femmine votasse i democratici, questi vincerebbero le elezioni alla grande. Si noti infatti che solo il 32% delle femmine vorrebbe i repubblicani al Congresso.

E che dire dell’aborrito Mr Trump?

Il 63% delle femmine lo disapprova.

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Facing Threats and Bias, L.G.B.T. Candidates Are Running in Record Numbers

«Ashley Lunkenheimer’s campaign for the Democratic nomination in Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District in May was trailed by whispers from some in her own party: It was fine that she was a lesbian, they said, but were voters ready for that?

Gina Ortiz Jones, a Democratic candidate in the 23rd Congressional District in Texas, faced a similar question, but for her it happened out in the open. An opponent in the primary asked her onstage during a candidate forum to make it clear to voters that she was a lesbian so it would not be “revealed later” in a Republican attack.

Catholic voters in the heavily Hispanic district “may still vote for you, but let’s get it out there,” said the opponent, Angie Villescaz.

“She made it seem like I was hiding who I was from voters, as if maybe I was supposed to mention that in every single sentence,” said Ms. Jones, an Air Force veteran who served under “don’t ask, don’t tell,” a law, now repealed, that banned openly gay men, lesbians and bisexuals from military service. “Her implication obviously was if voters knew, then they wouldn’t be voting for me.” ….

But the episode is indicative of the challenges faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender candidates in the midterm elections, when a record number — at least 244, all Democrats — are running for elected office at all levels of government, including 21 for Congress and four for governor. ….

But the episode is indicative of the challenges faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender candidates in the midterm elections, when a record number — at least 244, all Democrats — are running for elected office at all levels of government, including 21 for Congress and four for governor. ….

Josh Boschee, a candidate for secretary of state in North Dakota, was derided as a sinner by a radio host who defended Will Gardner, a Republican who dropped out of the race after it came to light that he had a criminal record related to an accusation that he peeped into a window at a women’s dormitory ….

Attacks on the L.G.B.T. community have piled up since Donald Trump became president. The administration has issued “religious liberty” guidelines to federal agencies and contractors; argued in a 2017 federal lawsuit that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not protect gay people; and appointed judges, including the Supreme Court Justices Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh, whose records deeply trouble L.G.B.T. groups. ….

In the latest attack, The New York Times reported last month that the administration is weighing a change to the legal definition of gender that could render transgender people legally nonexistent.»

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Riassumiamo.

La marea Blu e la Marea Rosa stanno per travolgere Congresso, Senato e Governatorati. Scacceranno Mr Trump a pedate nei glutei.

Per i media è certo che la Marea Blu travolgerà Trump a midterm.

Trump. Marea Blu e Marea Rosa valutate da parte liberal.

Midterm. I lib dem candidano 15 femmine al Senato, 187 al Congresso, 12 a Governatrici.

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Quindi, non solo Marea Blu e Marea Rosa: qui si tratta della Marea lgbt.

Adesso che è stato reso noto che la Marea Rosa è per la quasi totalità una marea lgbt e transgender ci troviamo obbligati a prestar fede al The New York Times: i liberal democratici vinceranno alla grande.

Che nessuno aiuti Mr Trump mentre fa scatoloni e fagotto.

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