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Jan 12, 2019 14:43:21   #
Nickolai
 
padremike wrote:
When will you Progs ever understand and comprehend who really caused the crash blamed on Bush? You fix the blame you're responsible for on others and claim the glory you never earned or deserve.






That's an easy one. De regulation of the financial services industry is what caused the great recession not Bush or any thing he did. The first banking de regulation was in 1979 the second round was in 1984 and led to the destruction of the S&L industry the last was the 1933 Glass Stegall act in 1999 and the board was set for collapse in 2008

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Jan 12, 2019 14:44:11   #
Bad Bob Loc: Virginia
 
BigMike wrote:
There's $21 trillion in unaccounted for money on top of the $22 trillion they call the national debt.

I wonder how much evil the C_A has been up to. That agency needs disbanding.

How pathetic. Now the system has to be replenished and refreshed by a world war, a plan juuuust short circuited by Trump's election.

The central banking system, designed to fail, has reached that point and the Dems scream the more loudly for more free stuff for everyone except the ones working for it.

Insane.
There's $21 trillion in unaccounted for money on t... (show quote)



"There's $21 trillion in unaccounted for money on top of the $22 trillion they call the national debt."



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Jan 12, 2019 14:44:16   #
Seth
 
amadjuster wrote:
What happens if this drags on long enough and people find out the government functions just fine without 800,000 govt. employees? Does that mean we didn’t need them in the first place?


Someone bring the axe and pink slips

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Jan 12, 2019 14:44:58   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Buzzer wrote:
Mr. Trump IS the national emergency! His actions in creating conditions to shutdown the federal government for person gain are in direct violation of his oath of office. His administrative misconduct is an impeachable offense that must be remedied by immediate actions of Congress to protect the national security and sovereignty of our democracy!


Better take cover.



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Jan 12, 2019 14:45:19   #
proud republican Loc: Rocking USA!!!
 
Buzzer wrote:
Mr. Trump IS the national emergency! His actions in creating conditions to shutdown the federal government for person gain are in direct violation of his oath of office. His administrative misconduct is an impeachable offense that must be remedied by immediate actions of Congress to protect the national security and sovereignty of our democracy!


You know what is National Emergency???Its punks like you who think that illegal criminals are more important then American citizens!!!

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Jan 12, 2019 14:47:00   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Bad Bob wrote:
"There's $21 trillion in unaccounted for money on top of the $22 trillion they call the national debt."


Laugh if you want...it's gone and they did something bad with it. You could always find something to refute me. It wouldn't break my heart a bit.

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Jan 12, 2019 14:49:08   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Nickolai wrote:
That's an easy one. De regulation of the financial services industry is what caused the great recession not Bush or any thing he did. The first banking de regulation was in 1979 the second round was in 1984 and led to the destruction of the S&L industry the last was the 1933 Glass Stegall act in 1999 and the board was set for collapse in 2008


The problem is central banking is designed to fail. Go to the root and forget the branches. It's a waste of time.

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Jan 12, 2019 14:55:44   #
padremike Loc: Phenix City, Al
 
jimpack123 wrote:
Harry Truman said the buck stops here. Bushes failed policy's his feeble excuse for the Iraq war . caused the recession Obama cleaned it up now Trump is at it fist the Tariffs now shutting down part of the Gov't not hurting him as he wont get reelected anyway just hurting the middleclass and the very poor and one other thing Barney Franks and Chris Dodd worked under Bush umbrella


True to the Progressive philosophy you changed the blame for the disasters they always cause. FYI the congress don't need an imaginary umbrella because they're an "equal" branch. You don't know how your government functions and you just tried another fix the blame trick on someone else. The Bush administration warned the democrats several times that they were heading for a housing and market disaster. More interested in giving away the country to garner votes, they disregarded the warnings. You think Obama saved America by doubling the national debt? He was purposely trying to break the bank. Why don't you search out and find out his reason.

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Jan 12, 2019 14:58:30   #
Bad Bob Loc: Virginia
 
BigMike wrote:
Laugh if you want...it's gone and they did something bad with it. You could always find something to refute me. It wouldn't break my heart a bit.


You could show a source for your b*** s***.

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Jan 12, 2019 15:01:04   #
Nickolai
 
padremike wrote:
Newt's contract with America forced Clinton to sign a balanced budget after which Clinton took the credit. Contrary to popular opinion there never was a "surplus" $$ gain. That was another Democrat lie.

Barney Frank and Chris Dodd crashed the housing market, Fannie and Freddie, by allowing easy financing of expensive homes by people who couldn't afford them. This caused the bank bailout due to subsequent bank and market failures. This is just a thumbnail sketch. Democrats possessed the Congress.
Newt's contract with America forced Clinton to sig... (show quote)





That is an urban myth Bank of America who acquired Country Wide Financial paid $404 million to Freddie and Fannie for the fraudulent loans they sold them part of a 1.4 billion claim against them all the big investment banks has had to pay billions more and the $188 billion bail out has been re paid thanks to the settlements from the big wall street investment banks. The Communuity reinvestment act that you are implying was the cause fell with in the refgulatory environment. The three dozen sub prime mortgage origination companies and the investment banks that were clammoring for product for mortgage backed securities all fell outside the regulatory environment and government oversite were the source of the housing bubble

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Jan 12, 2019 15:03:17   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Bad Bob wrote:
"There's $21 trillion in unaccounted for money on top of the $22 trillion they call the national debt."


https://www.forbes.com/sites/kotlikoff/2017/12/08/has-our-government-spent-21-trillion-of-our-money-without-telling-us/#3d9718697aef

https://usawatchdog.com/21-trillion-missing-u-s-government-a-criminal-enterprise-catherine-austin-fitts/

http://themillenniumreport.com/2018/02/the-pentagon-black-budget-21-trillion-dollars-gone-missing/

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Jan 12, 2019 15:04:01   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Bad Bob wrote:
You could show a source for your b*** s***.


See above...just a few.

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Jan 12, 2019 15:06:10   #
Seth
 
Iamdjchrys wrote:
800,000 employed, most supporting families. Living paycheck to paycheck. And very few agree with Trump, despite his boasting. A very few people have lost loved ones due to undocumented immigrants, far fewer, pro rata, than violent crimes committed by citizens. Try talking to the people who are making hard decisions as to whether to buy needed medications, food, or pay rent/mortgage. Explain to their children why they're having cereal for dinner, or going without. Go to one of their garage sales, trying to scrape up enough money to cover at least half of this month's necessities. You speak of a delay in paychecks like it's a walk in the park and getting dogshit on your shoe. You've obviously never experienced a crisis like this personally. I have. Try getting your news from sources other than Breitbart and Fox (Trump) News. Oops, even Fox has become critical of his shenanigans. Face it, Trump has made a mockery of the presidency and American values.
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No, Pelosi and Schumer have been making a mockery of America and our political system for a lot longer than Trump's been president, and they can just as easily approve funding for the wall as Trump can sign their budget.

The fact that you could care less about innocent Americans being raped, robbed and murdered says more about you than what your ilk says about the president.

See how you feel if you or a loved one has a tragic experience at the hands of one or more of these criminal aliens.

As far as those federal employees are concerned, of course most of them are Democrats; it's the Democrats who use our hard earned tax dollars to compensate these career civil "servants" double, in pay & benefits, what much harder working people in the private sector with the same jobs earn.

Your ilk believes that everybody's money is the government's to take away and spend at their leisure, and the Democrats waste or simply give away so much of OUR money anyway that the Pelosi/Schumer story about the wall being a "waste of money" rings hollow even as it emerges from the corrupt, lying maws in their lower faces.

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Jan 12, 2019 15:15:30   #
nwtk2007
 
Nickolai wrote:
There is no need for a wall Its just the politics of fear at work a type of politics Conservatives have been good at for the last 70 plus years


Why do border patrol agents want one? Why do the residents of San Diego and El Paso think they are vital?

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Jan 12, 2019 15:16:28   #
Bad Bob Loc: Virginia
 
BigMike wrote:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/kotlikoff/2017/12/08/has-our-government-spent-21-trillion-of-our-money-without-telling-us/#3d9718697aef

https://usawatchdog.com/21-trillion-missing-u-s-government-a-criminal-enterprise-catherine-austin-fitts/

http://themillenniumreport.com/2018/02/the-pentagon-black-budget-21-trillion-dollars-gone-missing/

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Trump's bean counter will fix the books.

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