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Jun 11, 2018 17:13:22   #
Super Dave (a regular here)
 
Anyone else as amused as I am?
 
Jun 11, 2018 17:19:03   #
proud republican (a regular here)
 
Super Dave wrote:
Anyone else as amused as I am?


Yeap!!!!1
Jun 11, 2018 17:24:30   #
Pennylynn (a regular here)
 
At first I was annoyed and felt a need to respond to them.... now I read what they say with amusement. They are despirate to hang something bad on President Trump...... he is the Teflon President!!!
Super Dave wrote:
Anyone else as amused as I am?


Jun 11, 2018 17:26:43   #
Super Dave (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
At first I was annoyed and felt a need to respond to them.... now I read what they say with amusement. They are despirate to hang something bad on President Trump...... he is the Teflon President!!!

Their effort to distract from MAGA is something to behold.

Just wait until the next quarterly GDP report comes out.
Jun 11, 2018 17:37:24   #
bahmer (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
At first I was annoyed and felt a need to respond to them.... now I read what they say with amusement. They are despirate to hang something bad on President Trump...... he is the Teflon President!!!




Amen and Amen have you seen President Trumps personal chef? I forget whether it is Andre Rush or the other way around but that guys arms make my thighs look skinny.
Jun 11, 2018 17:52:31   #
BigMike (a regular here)
 
Super Dave wrote:
Anyone else as amused as I am?


Why should they be different from the rest of the leftists and Establishment "Republicans"?
 
Jun 11, 2018 17:55:04   #
permafrost (a regular here)
 
Super Dave wrote:
Anyone else as amused as I am?


this is only part of a long list of thing this ding bat has saddled the country with...

In 497 days, Trump has made 3,251 false or misleading claims (more than 6.5 claims a day), per the Washington Post.

In his first 10 months, Trump told ~6x as many lies as Obama told during his ENTIRE presidency, per the New York Times.

In his first year, Trump signed the fewest bills into law since at least Eisenhower (Note: More than half had to do with modifying existing programs and naming something/statement), leading to the most executive orders since at least LBJ (Note: Obama issued an average of 35 EOs per year, the fewest in 120 years), per GovTrack and NPR.

As of now, Trump has kept 10, compromised 7, broken 7, stalled 33, and currently working on 45 of his campaign promises, per PolitiFact.

At least 22 of Trump's 67 deregulatory actions were started under Obama, while other actions had little impact, were part of actions typically taken by the federal government, or have not yet gone into effect, per Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg, U.S. companies are valued less now than before Trump was elected, the cost to borrow for the U.S. has soared, and the dollar's share of global currency reserves has dropped by the most since 2002.

Under the prior Administration, average hourly earnings (after adjusting for inflation) grew by 0.8% per year; so far under Trump, they have grown by half of that amount.

Avg. monthly job growth since Trump took office = +186,200

Avg. monthly job growth in previous years:

2016: +195,300
2015: +226,000
2014: +250,400
2013: +191,800

Economic Scorecard:
Stock Market: Up
GDP Growth: Up
Unemployment: Down
Jobs Gained: Down
Jobs Outsourced: Up
Trade Deficit: Up
International Tourism: Down
Federal Deficit: Up
Move Rate: Down
Investment Spending: Down
Innovation Index: Down
Wage Growth: Down
Homelessness: Up
Uninsured Rate: Up
Gas Prices: Up
(Important: Not only were Obama's stock market gains higher than Trump's but also the vast majority of gains--92 months of upward trajectory--occurred under Obama, e.g. when the S&P 500 hit 127 all-time highs. Also: The Dow is not inflation-adjusted and is highly curated, measuring only the best performers in the economy. Furthermore: The average down day is 24% bigger than the average up day in 2018.)

Trump's trade policies could cost the U.S. economy $2 trillion and nearly 2 million jobs by 2022, per a consortium of analysts from Zurich Insurance, Ernst & Young, the Atlantic Council and the Organization for International Investment.

Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have added nearly $1 trillion to the national debt in just 5.5 months, per the U.S. Treasury.

The GOP tax law is projected to increase the national debt by $1.9 trillion between 2018 and 2028, per the Congressional Budget Office.


Jun 11, 2018 18:16:07   #
Super Dave (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
this is only part of a long list of thing this ding bat has saddled the country with...

In 497 days, Trump has made 3,251 false or misleading claims (more than 6.5 claims a day), per the Washington Post.

In his first 10 months, Trump told ~6x as many lies as Obama told during his ENTIRE presidency, per the New York Times.

In his first year, Trump signed the fewest bills into law since at least Eisenhower (Note: More than half had to do with modifying existing programs and naming something/statement), leading to the most executive orders since at least LBJ (Note: Obama issued an average of 35 EOs per year, the fewest in 120 years), per GovTrack and NPR.

As of now, Trump has kept 10, compromised 7, broken 7, stalled 33, and currently working on 45 of his campaign promises, per PolitiFact.

At least 22 of Trump's 67 deregulatory actions were started under Obama, while other actions had little impact, were part of actions typically taken by the federal government, or have not yet gone into effect, per Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg, U.S. companies are valued less now than before Trump was elected, the cost to borrow for the U.S. has soared, and the dollar's share of global currency reserves has dropped by the most since 2002.

Under the prior Administration, average hourly earnings (after adjusting for inflation) grew by 0.8% per year; so far under Trump, they have grown by half of that amount.

Avg. monthly job growth since Trump took office = +186,200

Avg. monthly job growth in previous years:

2016: +195,300
2015: +226,000
2014: +250,400
2013: +191,800

Economic Scorecard:
Stock Market: Up
GDP Growth: Up
Unemployment: Down
Jobs Gained: Down
Jobs Outsourced: Up
Trade Deficit: Up
International Tourism: Down
Federal Deficit: Up
Move Rate: Down
Investment Spending: Down
Innovation Index: Down
Wage Growth: Down
Homelessness: Up
Uninsured Rate: Up
Gas Prices: Up
(Important: Not only were Obama's stock market gains higher than Trump's but also the vast majority of gains--92 months of upward trajectory--occurred under Obama, e.g. when the S&P 500 hit 127 all-time highs. Also: The Dow is not inflation-adjusted and is highly curated, measuring only the best performers in the economy. Furthermore: The average down day is 24% bigger than the average up day in 2018.)

Trump's trade policies could cost the U.S. economy $2 trillion and nearly 2 million jobs by 2022, per a consortium of analysts from Zurich Insurance, Ernst & Young, the Atlantic Council and the Organization for International Investment.

Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have added nearly $1 trillion to the national debt in just 5.5 months, per the U.S. Treasury.

The GOP tax law is projected to increase the national debt by $1.9 trillion between 2018 and 2028, per the Congressional Budget Office.
this is only part of a long list of thing this din... (show quote)
You're struggling. I get it.

You keep hoping Trump will fail, but he doesn't.

You keep hoping the economy will tank, but it won't.

You keep hoping terrorists will recreate the Caliphate, but they can't.

You keep hoping Patriotic Americans will become hate-filled Fascists like you, but we won't.

Sux to be you.
Jun 11, 2018 18:16:45   #
BigMike (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
this is only part of a long list of thing this ding bat has saddled the country with...

In 497 days, Trump has made 3,251 false or misleading claims (more than 6.5 claims a day), per the Washington Post.

In his first 10 months, Trump told ~6x as many lies as Obama told during his ENTIRE presidency, per the New York Times.

In his first year, Trump signed the fewest bills into law since at least Eisenhower (Note: More than half had to do with modifying existing programs and naming something/statement), leading to the most executive orders since at least LBJ (Note: Obama issued an average of 35 EOs per year, the fewest in 120 years), per GovTrack and NPR.

As of now, Trump has kept 10, compromised 7, broken 7, stalled 33, and currently working on 45 of his campaign promises, per PolitiFact.

At least 22 of Trump's 67 deregulatory actions were started under Obama, while other actions had little impact, were part of actions typically taken by the federal government, or have not yet gone into effect, per Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg, U.S. companies are valued less now than before Trump was elected, the cost to borrow for the U.S. has soared, and the dollar's share of global currency reserves has dropped by the most since 2002.

Under the prior Administration, average hourly earnings (after adjusting for inflation) grew by 0.8% per year; so far under Trump, they have grown by half of that amount.

Avg. monthly job growth since Trump took office = +186,200

Avg. monthly job growth in previous years:

2016: +195,300
2015: +226,000
2014: +250,400
2013: +191,800

Economic Scorecard:
Stock Market: Up
GDP Growth: Up
Unemployment: Down
Jobs Gained: Down
Jobs Outsourced: Up
Trade Deficit: Up
International Tourism: Down
Federal Deficit: Up
Move Rate: Down
Investment Spending: Down
Innovation Index: Down
Wage Growth: Down
Homelessness: Up
Uninsured Rate: Up
Gas Prices: Up
(Important: Not only were Obama's stock market gains higher than Trump's but also the vast majority of gains--92 months of upward trajectory--occurred under Obama, e.g. when the S&P 500 hit 127 all-time highs. Also: The Dow is not inflation-adjusted and is highly curated, measuring only the best performers in the economy. Furthermore: The average down day is 24% bigger than the average up day in 2018.)

Trump's trade policies could cost the U.S. economy $2 trillion and nearly 2 million jobs by 2022, per a consortium of analysts from Zurich Insurance, Ernst & Young, the Atlantic Council and the Organization for International Investment.

Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have added nearly $1 trillion to the national debt in just 5.5 months, per the U.S. Treasury.

The GOP tax law is projected to increase the national debt by $1.9 trillion between 2018 and 2028, per the Congressional Budget Office.
this is only part of a long list of thing this din... (show quote)


Don't rain on my shoes and tell me it's piss! I know better.
Jun 11, 2018 18:18:35   #
Super Dave (a regular here)
 
BigMike wrote:
Don't rain on my shoes and tell me it's piss! I know better.


Jun 11, 2018 18:26:10   #
Blade_Runner (a regular here)
 
permafrost wrote:
this is only part of a long list of thing this ding bat has saddled the country with...

In 497 days, Trump has made 3,251 false or misleading claims (more than 6.5 claims a day), per the Washington Post.

In his first 10 months, Trump told ~6x as many lies as Obama told during his ENTIRE presidency, per the New York Times.

In his first year, Trump signed the fewest bills into law since at least Eisenhower (Note: More than half had to do with modifying existing programs and naming something/statement), leading to the most executive orders since at least LBJ (Note: Obama issued an average of 35 EOs per year, the fewest in 120 years), per GovTrack and NPR.

As of now, Trump has kept 10, compromised 7, broken 7, stalled 33, and currently working on 45 of his campaign promises, per PolitiFact.

At least 22 of Trump's 67 deregulatory actions were started under Obama, while other actions had little impact, were part of actions typically taken by the federal government, or have not yet gone into effect, per Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg, U.S. companies are valued less now than before Trump was elected, the cost to borrow for the U.S. has soared, and the dollar's share of global currency reserves has dropped by the most since 2002.

Under the prior Administration, average hourly earnings (after adjusting for inflation) grew by 0.8% per year; so far under Trump, they have grown by half of that amount.

Avg. monthly job growth since Trump took office = +186,200

Avg. monthly job growth in previous years:

2016: +195,300
2015: +226,000
2014: +250,400
2013: +191,800

Economic Scorecard:
Stock Market: Up
GDP Growth: Up
Unemployment: Down
Jobs Gained: Down
Jobs Outsourced: Up
Trade Deficit: Up
International Tourism: Down
Federal Deficit: Up
Move Rate: Down
Investment Spending: Down
Innovation Index: Down
Wage Growth: Down
Homelessness: Up
Uninsured Rate: Up
Gas Prices: Up
(Important: Not only were Obama's stock market gains higher than Trump's but also the vast majority of gains--92 months of upward trajectory--occurred under Obama, e.g. when the S&P 500 hit 127 all-time highs. Also: The Dow is not inflation-adjusted and is highly curated, measuring only the best performers in the economy. Furthermore: The average down day is 24% bigger than the average up day in 2018.)

Trump's trade policies could cost the U.S. economy $2 trillion and nearly 2 million jobs by 2022, per a consortium of analysts from Zurich Insurance, Ernst & Young, the Atlantic Council and the Organization for International Investment.

Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have added nearly $1 trillion to the national debt in just 5.5 months, per the U.S. Treasury.

The GOP tax law is projected to increase the national debt by $1.9 trillion between 2018 and 2028, per the Congressional Budget Office.
this is only part of a long list of thing this din... (show quote)


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"Melania, my dear, have you read the latest economic report Frosty the Snowflake came up with?"
"Melania, my dear, have you read the latest econom...
 
Jun 11, 2018 18:28:22   #
saltwind 78 (a regular here)
 
proud, You need to change your OPP name. You can't be a proud Republican because there is no more Republican party. All the Republicans are retiring. What used to be the GOP is now the Trump party. Pity, I often disagreed with the Republican party, but respected them as good, honest folks. That has changed.
proud republican wrote:
Yeap!!!!1
Yeap!!!!1 img src="https://static.onepoliticalpla... (show quote)
Jun 11, 2018 18:36:22   #
Blade_Runner (a regular here)
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
proud, You need to change your OPP name. You can't be a proud Republican because there is no more Republican party. All the Republicans are retiring. What used to be the GOP is now the Trump party. Pity, I often disagreed with the Republican party, but respected them as good, honest folks. That has changed.
Thank God for small favors.
Jun 11, 2018 19:06:51   #
Bad Bob (a regular here)
 
Pennylynn wrote:
At first I was annoyed and felt a need to respond to them.... now I read what they say with amusement. They are despirate to hang something bad on President Trump...... he is the Teflon President!!!



Jun 11, 2018 19:44:59   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
Super Dave wrote:
Anyone else as amused as I am?


Just me.
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