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The Trump Presidency

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9 hours ago, big_dog said:
If you were mentally stable and really smart, why would you have to tell the world that you are? Wouldn't we recognize it ourselves?  What other President in history needed to tell anyone?
 
  1. ....Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames. I went from VERY successful businessman, to top T.V. Star.....
 
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Just now, AF89 said:

^^ Says the guy who thinks the "billionaire" whose spent the latter part of his adult life bribing civil servants (and filled his cabinent with lobbyiest) is his champion against corruption and and crony lobbyism :lol:

 

They have no real arguments so they'll just accuse anyone on the left who doesn't live like a hobo as being a hypocrite.

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38 minutes ago, AF89 said:

^^ Says the guy who thinks the "billionaire" whose spent the latter part of his adult life bribing civil servants (and filled his cabinent with lobbyists) is his champion against corruption and and lobbiest cronyism :lol:

 

I'll take one that gets the country back on it's feet, grows the GDP, creates more jobs, gives back the "people's" tax dollars, has grown the SM to all time highs, while your guys gives everyone everything free, while growing the dept another $20 trillion dollars and sees the economy tank.  :lol:.  

The same people that are bishing about a possible $1.5 trillion "possible rise" in debt over 10 years are the same people that want Bernie to run his socialist program to the tune of 19/6 trillion over 8 years...:lol:...you cannot make this shyt up

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5 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

I'll take one that gets the country back on it's feet, grows the GDP, creates more jobs, gives back the "people's" tax dollars, has grown the SM to all time highs, while your guys gives everyone everything free, while growing the dept another $20 trillion dollars and sees the economy tank.  :lol:.  

Let me me know when you find that guy :lol:

 

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Thank you to our Lord Emperor Trump for giving us enough money to buy an extra six pack every week and getting those freeloading children off the welfare rolls. 

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1 minute ago, Leon Troutsky said:

Fewer jobs created this year than last year and I think the previous year (under Obama).  

But but what about that GDP, tax relief, and SM? ;)

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Stock market was rising at about the same rate before Trump.  Yearly GDP growing slightly higher than previous years.  

Not that Trump has passed any legislation or policies that could have created these outcomes.  

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2 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

Fewer jobs created this year than last year and I think the previous year (under Obama).  

1 minute ago, Leon Troutsky said:

Stock market was rising at about the same rate before Trump.  Yearly GDP growing slightly higher than previous years.  

Not that Trump has passed any legislation or policies that could have created these outcomes.  

What is the point in arguing with him about this stuff? You know he's going to just parrot buzzwords he's heard and then blame Democrats when the economy crashes despite giving all the credit to Trump.

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6 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

Stock market was rising at about the same rate before Trump.  Yearly GDP growing slightly higher than previous years.  

Not that Trump has passed any legislation or policies that could have created these outcomes.  

The stock market doesn't matter unless you have a lot of money in it, which most people don't. In fact, it's actually kinda crappy for the stock market to be high as the economy is growing because that means wages aren't growing. 

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11 minutes ago, Psychic Gibbon said:

What is the point in arguing with him about this stuff? You know he's going to just parrot buzzwords he's heard and then blame Democrats when the economy crashes despite giving all the credit to Trump.

I’m not arguing with the dotard.  I’m simply putting out some actual info to correct his falsehoods.  I stopped engaging him years ago.  If he makes a comment that’s factually false, I’ll correct it with facts and evidence.  I’m not even talking to him right now.

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9 minutes ago, Yadi said:

The stock market doesn't matter unless you have a lot of money in it, which most people don't. In fact, it's actually kinda crappy for the stock market to be high as the economy is growing because that means wages aren't growing. 

You’re right up to a point.  But my 401k is tied to the stock market and I’m killing it right now.  Going to shift to a more conservative portfolio soon because we’re due for a recession (I would have done the same if Clinton had won), but the point is that it’s not just rich people who are benefiting.  They are indeed benefiting the most form the rising stock market, but not the only ones.  

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31 minutes ago, Leon Troutsky said:

You’re right up to a point.  But my 401k is tied to the stock market and I’m killing it right now.  Going to shift to a more conservative portfolio soon because we’re due for a recession (I would have done the same if Clinton had won), but the point is that it’s not just rich people who are benefiting.  They are indeed benefiting the most form the rising stock market, but not the only ones.  

I totally get that but a lot of middle class people don't have any money in the stock market and would benefit more from a raise than a bump in stocks. I don't have any money in the stock market and I am 24 - what do I care if stocks are improving a lot or not? A raise would be nice for me. And it would be nice for you (if you would be in a position for a raise). I'm just saying that the whole thing seems a bit tone deaf to be boasting about stocks so much

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2 minutes ago, (((Billy Ocean))) said:

I’m worried we will need to score 35 to win. 

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I don't think we have given up 30 all year? Correct me if I'm wrong. Rams are overrated and have preyed on bad defenses

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17 minutes ago, Yadi said:

I don't think we have given up 30 all year? Correct me if I'm wrong. Rams are overrated and have preyed on bad defenses

We gave the seachickens 31 but other than that, no.  

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