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    I am not going to argue that Obamaís economic policy is was good - but there is no reason for the bald-faced lies.

    Trumpís structural deficits caused by irresponsible tax cuts and no spending cuts will crush the economy in the long run.

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

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    I am not going to argue that Obama’s economic policy is was good - but there is no reason for the bald-faced lies.

    Trump’s structural deficits caused by irresponsible tax cuts and no spending cuts will crush the economy in the long run.
    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post
    That is fake news - Obama did it (exceeded 3% growth in a quarter) 8 times.
    No he didn't and admitted so. He and his policies and regulations were terrible and killed our the economy which is why it was such a quick and easy fix for a conservative, principled businessman like Trump. The growth would even be better right now if "The Swamp (both sides of the aisle)" would have ditched ObamaCare!
    So when ObamaCare is finally trashed, and more tax cuts are put in place, the economy will skyrocket under Trump's Reaganesque policies.

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post
    I am not going to argue that Obama’s economic policy is was good - but there is no reason for the bald-faced lies.

    Trump’s structural deficits caused by irresponsible tax cuts and no spending cuts will crush the economy in the long run.
    So save your money (or find ways to increase it without losing much) for now and wait to go on a buying spree soon after the crash hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuBru View Post
    So save your money (or find ways to increase it without losing much) for now and wait to go on a buying spree soon after the crash hits.
    I am not worried about myself. I will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post
    I am not worried about myself. I will be fine.
    How nice of to be concerned about the common folk.
    "eye fo an eye and toof fo a toof" - Idiot in Missouri

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    Talk about a family in need of some intense therapy.




    'I wanted a woman president really badly’: Comey's wife reveals she was 'devastated' by Trump's victory–
    and joined the Women’s March through DC the day after his inauguration



    Former FBI Director James Comey's wife was a Hillary Clinton backer 'devastated' by her defeat and joined the women's march after President Trump's inauguration. Patrice Failor Comey appears in her husband's bombshell interview with ABC News, where she says she wanted a woman president 'badly.' James Comey says probably all five of his children wanted Clinton to become the first woman president. The network broadcast an image of Patrice and her daughters marching in Washington, D.C.






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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post

    Trumpís structural deficits caused by irresponsible tax cuts and no spending cuts will crush the economy in the long run.
    Well, they are only irresponsible because there are no spending cuts. Obama added 8.5 trillion dollars to the debt without cutting taxes, and Bush 2 added over 5 billion with tax cuts, so spending cuts seem to be in order here.

    Only someone with TDS would single out Trump, however. I sure heard a lot of crowing by the tribes in both houses of congress about how happy days were here again when he signed the bill they presented to him. Maybe you forgot about that part. Had he not signed it, you'd be here talking about how irresponsible he was for shutting down the government. I get it...you are the most tribal person on this board.

    I still think the whole tax structure is messed up because it discourages additional productivity. It punishes you for giving a s^%$.

    The whole income tax should be done away with for any worker making less than a million dollars a year. Tax should be on consumption (a sales tax is one way to collect it), and that way you are truly taxing wealth instead of work. Any parts imported from overseas should be considered a consumption of goods and taxed accordingly. Also, this way you at least collect some of the money from illegal immigrants that they cost us in spending.

    Social Security and Medicare should still be taxed, and distributed, based on earnings. No means testing.

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    I didnít single out Trump. I was here criticizing Obama too.

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    Quote Originally Posted by Guisslapp View Post
    I didnít single out Trump. I was here criticizing Obama too.
    Then you and I agree here.

    The original Tea Party folks rode a wave to DC talking about this kind of stuff, and they were attacked by the dems, repubs and media savagely.

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    Re: Is the Hatred of President Trump by the Left...

    Such a sickness still be exhibited by the hating and liberal left.

    Marc Thiessen: Pompeo is close to confirmation and 11 senators are close to making a colossal mistake


    For the first time in the history of the republic, it appears increasingly likely that a majority of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee will vote against the president's nominee for secretary of state. If this happens, it would be a black mark not on Mike Pompeo's record, but on the reputation of this once-storied committee.
    There are no instances of a secretary of state nominee ever receiving an unfavorable committee vote since such votes were first publicly recorded in 1925 (before that, the committee voted in closed session). Democrat John Kerry was approved in a unanimous voice vote, including from Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who opposes Pompeo. Democrat Hillary Clinton was approved 16 to 1, despite concerns about foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation. Madeleine Albright was approved unanimously, with the strong support of my former boss, the committee's conservative then-chairman, Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., who called Albright "a tough and courageous lady" and voted for her despite saying that she was "sincerely wrong" in some of her foreign policy views.


    Other Democrats, including Warren Christopher and Cyrus Vance, were also approved unanimously in committee, as were Republicans Colin Powell, James Baker and George Shultz. Indeed, no secretary of state going all the way back to Henry Kissinger had ever received more than two negative votes in the Foreign Relations Committee -- until Donald Trump became president.


    Last year, all 10 Democrats on the committee voted "no" to Rex Tillerson's nomination, making him the first secretary of state in history to be approved on a party-line vote. Now, thanks to the opposition from those 10 Democrats and Paul, it appears that Pompeo could soon become the first secretary of state nominee in history to receive a negative recommendation from the committee.There is simply no excuse for this. There are no ethical questions hanging over Pompeo's nomination. He has engaged in no disqualifying personal conduct. And no one questions that he is extraordinarily qualified for the job. Indeed, Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., said that Pompeo "has a clear record of public service to his nation -- in uniform, in Congress, and as the director of the CIA." Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said he believes that Pompeo "will work hard to restore morale at State and work to supplement, not atrophy, the diplomatic tools at the Secretary of State's disposal." Yet both are voting against him. Indeed, nine of the committee's 10 Democrats have already declared their opposition to Pompeo -- including two, Tim Kaine, D-Va., and Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., -- who voted for him to lead the CIA.


    Their opposition comes just as President Trump is preparing for a high-stakes nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Pompeo recently returned from North Korea, where he met with Kim and laid the groundwork for this historic meeting. Democrats ought to ask themselves how their actions will be seen in Pyongyang. To deliver such an undeserved rebuke to Pompeo at such a critical diplomatic moment would be a shameful abdication of the committee's responsibilities.
    It would also breach two centuries of precedent in which the committee has carefully examined the credentials and qualifications of the president's nominee for secretary of state but acknowledged that the president should have his choice of who should be his chief diplomatic adviser. It is one thing for senators to use a nomination as leverage to gain commitments on specific policy matters. (Helms insisted that Albright work with him on his plans to reform the United Nations and reorganize the State Department, which she did.) Effective senators understand how to use the nomination process to win policy fights. But for senators to vote down a highly qualified nominee over their disdain for the president is completely unwarranted and, quite frankly, a breach of Senate norms.

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    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/...l-mistake.html

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