Subject: Re: Hey gang, let's have a parade!
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On 02/09/2018 06:35 AM, -hh wrote:
> Let's see what the active duty folks think of the proposal...
> <
> Hmmmm... 89% isn't even close to a majority, right?
And this is the military, which ordinarily is strongly pro-Republican.

According to the left-leaning, Trump enjoys an approval rating
of 48% among enlisted men but only 30% among officers. I'm guessing
differences in education and reasoning ability account for much of the
disparity between these two groups.

Trump's overall net 44% approval / 40% disapproval rating among military
members is catastrophically low, especially considering this should be one
of his strongest constituencies.