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Aug 20, 2019 18:00:40   #
lpnmajor (a regular here)
 
The easy to win trade wars, with it's myriad tariffs, seems to be working great.

US Steel laying off 100's of workers, because the steel and aluminum tariffs are working.

Kmart, Sears, Lowe's and other retail chains, are closing stores at an exponential rate, laying off 1000's of workers, because the America first policies are bearing fruit.

The Administration in the WH are struggling to find ways to put more money in people's pockets, such as a cut in payroll deductions, to stave off a recession which they claim can't and isn't happening.

Arkansas lost more farms to bankruptcy this month, added to the dozens of family farms already lost, because there's no longer a market for their crops. So far, few to none of them have received any of the promised "help" in the form of taxpayer funds. More farms are expected to go belly up around the country.

If trade wars are so easy to win, why is it taking so long? If tariffs are the ticket to prosperity, why are US citizens the folk paying those tariffs? I find it a curious formula for economic expansion; making citizens pay more for stuff, making citizens bail out specific industries that are no longer viable, all while causing massive layoffs, which further erodes tax revenues..................and requiring more taxpayer funded bailouts.

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Aug 20, 2019 18:45:51   #
Lonewolf (a regular here)
 
lpnmajor wrote:
The easy to win trade wars, with it's myriad tariffs, seems to be working great.

US Steel laying off 100's of workers, because the steel and aluminum tariffs are working.

Kmart, Sears, Lowe's and other retail chains, are closing stores at an exponential rate, laying off 1000's of workers, because the America first policies are bearing fruit.

The Administration in the WH are struggling to find ways to put more money in people's pockets, such as a cut in payroll deductions, to stave off a recession which they claim can't and isn't happening.

Arkansas lost more farms to bankruptcy this month, added to the dozens of family farms already lost, because there's no longer a market for their crops. So far, few to none of them have received any of the promised "help" in the form of taxpayer funds. More farms are expected to go belly up around the country.

If trade wars are so easy to win, why is it taking so long? If tariffs are the ticket to prosperity, why are US citizens the folk paying those tariffs? I find it a curious formula for economic expansion; making citizens pay more for stuff, making citizens bail out specific industries that are no longer viable, all while causing massive layoffs, which further erodes tax revenues..................and requiring more taxpayer funded bailouts.
The easy to win trade wars, with it's myriad tarif... (show quote)


Don't worry Trump to the rescue with an emergency tax breaks for the wealthy

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Aug 20, 2019 19:10:41   #
emarine (a regular here)
 
Lonewolf wrote:
Don't worry Trump to the rescue with an emergency tax breaks for the wealthy




Trump real estate will buy up farm bankruptcy's for ten cents on the dollar & sell them to Russians & China at a huge profit … nothing like unethical capitalism to make America great again... MAGA serfs...

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Aug 20, 2019 20:00:50   #
tbutkovich
 
emarine wrote:
Trump real estate will buy up farm bankruptcy's for ten cents on the dollar & sell them to Russians & China at a huge profit … nothing like unethical capitalism to make America great again... MAGA serfs...


You ignore the record rainfall we have had this year that have ruined many crops across the country. Also, you fail to acknowledge the $16 billion dollars in aid the Trump Administration has provided to the farmers. The acts of Mother Nature is all Trumps fault. When you craft your narratives, you only report bull$hitt lies in an effort to pin the blame on one factor, tariffs and you argue that he simply stands by while the farmers lose their land. Wrong again on both accounts! Typical of the fake news publicists!

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Aug 20, 2019 20:11:14   #
rumitoid (a regular here)
 
tbutkovich wrote:
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this year that have ruined many crops across the country. Also, you fail to acknowledge the $16 billion dollars in aid the Trump Administration has provided to the farmers. The acts of Mother Nature is all Trumps fault. When you craft your narratives, you only report bull$hitt lies in an effort to pin the blame on one factor, tariffs and you argue that he simply stands by while the farmers lose their land. Wrong again on both accounts! Typical of the fake news publicists!
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this ye... (show quote)


Why was the aid to farmers necessary, tbut? TARIFFS!

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Aug 20, 2019 20:18:42   #
emarine (a regular here)
 
tbutkovich wrote:
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this year that have ruined many crops across the country. Also, you fail to acknowledge the $16 billion dollars in aid the Trump Administration has provided to the farmers. The acts of Mother Nature is all Trumps fault. When you craft your narratives, you only report bull$hitt lies in an effort to pin the blame on one factor, tariffs and you argue that he simply stands by while the farmers lose their land. Wrong again on both accounts! Typical of the fake news publicists!
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this ye... (show quote)




Rain doesn't destroy foreign markets... trump does... farmers have crop insurance ...

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Aug 20, 2019 20:21:28   #
vernon (a regular here)
 
lpnmajor wrote:
The easy to win trade wars, with it's myriad tariffs, seems to be working great.

US Steel laying off 100's of workers, because the steel and aluminum tariffs are working.

Kmart, Sears, Lowe's and other retail chains, are closing stores at an exponential rate, laying off 1000's of workers, because the America first policies are bearing fruit.

The Administration in the WH are struggling to find ways to put more money in people's pockets, such as a cut in payroll deductions, to stave off a recession which they claim can't and isn't happening.

Arkansas lost more farms to bankruptcy this month, added to the dozens of family farms already lost, because there's no longer a market for their crops. So far, few to none of them have received any of the promised "help" in the form of taxpayer funds. More farms are expected to go belly up around the country.

If trade wars are so easy to win, why is it taking so long? If tariffs are the ticket to prosperity, why are US citizens the folk paying those tariffs? I find it a curious formula for economic expansion; making citizens pay more for stuff, making citizens bail out specific industries that are no longer viable, all while causing massive layoffs, which further erodes tax revenues..................and requiring more taxpayer funded bailouts.
The easy to win trade wars, with it's myriad tarif... (show quote)


The main reason is that pelosi is going all over the world talking to leaders hoping they can keep a lid on things until she can blame the worlds troubles on Trump.You characters are hoping that the people are
dumb enough to blame it on Trump but thats a lie thats been over played to many times.

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Aug 21, 2019 06:19:51   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
tbutkovich wrote:
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this year that have ruined many crops across the country. Also, you fail to acknowledge the $16 billion dollars in aid the Trump Administration has provided to the farmers. The acts of Mother Nature is all Trumps fault. When you craft your narratives, you only report bull$hitt lies in an effort to pin the blame on one factor, tariffs and you argue that he simply stands by while the farmers lose their land. Wrong again on both accounts! Typical of the fake news publicists!
You ignore the record rainfall we have had this ye... (show quote)


The Trump administration did not provide a nickel, much less 16 billion to farmers, you and I did after he destroyed their markets.

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Aug 21, 2019 07:16:51   #
drlarrygino (a regular here)
 
rumitoid wrote:
Why was the aid to farmers necessary, tbut? TARIFFS!


Why was Quantitative Easing necessary under ovommit's residency? A weak economy perhaps??

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Aug 21, 2019 07:19:35   #
drlarrygino (a regular here)
 
emarine wrote:
Rain doesn't destroy foreign markets... trump does... farmers have crop insurance ...


That insurance tastes good, kind of like what you guys support while China and other nations were $crewing us over on trade deals. We were always losers under past presidents and extremely so under Resident Ovommit!

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Aug 21, 2019 07:20:58   #
drlarrygino (a regular here)
 
Kevyn wrote:
The Trump administration did not provide a nickel, much less 16 billion to farmers, you and I did after he destroyed their markets.


Then why do farmers unanimously support Trump and his foreign policy dimwit?

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Aug 21, 2019 08:25:02   #
lpnmajor (a regular here)
 
drlarrygino wrote:
Then why do farmers unanimously support Trump and his foreign policy dimwit?


They don't.

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Aug 21, 2019 08:33:23   #
drlarrygino (a regular here)
 
lpnmajor wrote:
They don't.


Farmers do support Trump. You are a fake news pundit!

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Aug 21, 2019 08:37:52   #
lpnmajor (a regular here)
 
drlarrygino wrote:
Farmers do support Trump. You are a fake news pundit!


No, they don't. How many farmers have you talked to? I thought so, you're taking someone else's word for it, instead of finding out for yourself.

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Aug 21, 2019 09:22:00   #
Kevyn (a regular here)
 
drlarrygino wrote:
Then why do farmers unanimously support Trump and his foreign policy dimwit?


They are in it for the freebies. Why would they work when they can kick back and get a government check on my dime? Also his popularity amongst farmers is far from unanimous and falling day by day.

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