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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 09, 2020 07:55AM

^ U Mad, Bruh?

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 10, 2020 01:24PM

Trunp economic adviser says he expects unemployment rate "north of 20%"

Thanks trunpo --

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown=Gerry=loser ()
Date: May 10, 2020 02:11PM

lolz!

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 10, 2020 06:26PM

^^ Wow! The best comment ever!! Hahaha!!!

You are a genius.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown=Gerry=loser ()
Date: May 10, 2020 07:14PM

perfect for your rampant TDS...ie: posting the same drivel day in and day out.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 11, 2020 04:27PM

Donald Trump’s failed presidency has left the nation weaker, sicker, and teetering on the verge of a new Great Depression -- FACT!

Mourning in America

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_yG_-K2MDo

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Demtards lost the war in 2016! ()
Date: May 11, 2020 04:46PM

Orange Ass Clown! Wrote:
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> Donald Trump’s failed presidency has left the
> nation weaker, sicker, and teetering on the verge
> of a new Great Depression -- FACT!
>
> Mourning in America
>
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_yG_-K2MDo
>
> .



The funniest part of all your threads and posts is, no matter what you say, type, or do, Trump is going to mop the floors with you commies in November.


What’s that feel like?

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Class! ()
Date: May 11, 2020 06:28PM

^^^Agreed. Trunk Just Sucks & Will Lose Big in 2020! Trunz will die in jail- Hahahaha!

Depression Like Unemployment Numbers, as a result of Preznit Trunp’s Lies!
-- Thanks trnpo!!


And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Webster59 ()
Date: May 12, 2020 08:35PM

Can we please all agree that this experiment of having a dumb orange TV host and shady real estate developer with no government knowledge, 5 kids from 3 marriages, 6 bankruptcies, 46 charges of sexual assault, and 35,000 lawsuits as president is not going well at all?

I'm tired of all this winning. LOL

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 14, 2020 06:44AM

^^ Trunpz winning has killed 90,000+ Americans!
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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Disagreed. ()
Date: May 14, 2020 06:48AM

I'm not sure how his policies are 'failures' when his policies were making the economy strong before the virus. You could make the argument that his lack of political experience caused he to react poorly to the virus (a claim I would disagree with), but I can't see a way for you to claim his policies themselves were bad.

The economy was in fantastic shape in January and February. Only at the beginning of April did things start to go bad, and that wasn't due to Trump.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: a friendly warning ()
Date: May 14, 2020 08:11AM

Disagreed. Wrote:
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> I'm not sure how his policies are 'failures' when
> his policies were making the economy strong before
> the virus. You could make the argument that his
> lack of political experience caused he to react
> poorly to the virus (a claim I would disagree
> with), but I can't see a way for you to claim his
> policies themselves were bad.
>
> The economy was in fantastic shape in January and
> February. Only at the beginning of April did
> things start to go bad, and that wasn't due to
> Trump.


You're trying to have a civil discussion with an autistic nutcase. Don't bother. A couple of times a week, he gets loose and finds a computer to bump all his nutty threads. You are wasting your time.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 15, 2020 06:42AM

37+ million unemployed ... trunponomics has failed!

And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: You had one good argument ()
Date: May 15, 2020 08:31AM

Orange Ass Clown! Wrote:
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"37+ million unemployed ... trunponomics has failed!"

Is this different than the rest of the developed world? If not this might not be a trunponomics issue.


"the trade deficit has hit an all-time high."

When governors shut down businesses and the media scares people from doing anything except sitting at home and shopping online that will happen.

"he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years."

You're on to something there. He is definitely guilt of making exaggerated claims of past and future accomplishments

"wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation."

BLS shows increased wage growth against CPI since bottoming in the 90s.


"These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy..."

I agree, companies buying back shares doesn't help, nor does it hurt. Buy backs and the reverse, issuing new shares, is just money going between the rich and corporations, just a matter of which direction. Great talking point with no relevance.

"He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027."

2027, you mean when the tax cuts expire? So you're admitting he gave a tax cut to the middle class for ten years ending only when the cuts expire. Even you can see through this bogus claim.


"his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad."

The incentive to go abroad is cheaper labor. The tax law has always said if you build a factory in South East Asia you can claim it as an expense. There is nothing unique to Trump here.

"which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further."

Corporate profits are nearly non-existent right now. What environmental protections have been eroded endangering most Americans? The vehicle emission standards? That change has the standard continuing to increase just at a reduced rate than before?

I bet you have a masters or doctorate based on how well you can parrot other people's claims. Going out on a limb here and saying it is not in a STEM field.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 17, 2020 11:36AM

^^ Yes, Trumponomics has completely failed (37+ million unemployed). Starting with the tax give away to large corporations and the 1%,


And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown=Gerry=loser ()
Date: May 17, 2020 12:30PM

his wittle feeling hurt...seek a safe space snowflake...or kill yourself...lulz.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 17, 2020 02:24PM

^^ U mad, bruh. Are you one of Trumponomics 37+ million unemployed?

And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: You had one good argument ()
Date: May 17, 2020 07:02PM

Orange Ass Clown! Wrote:
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> ^^ U mad, bruh. Are you one of Trumponomics 37+
> million unemployed?

Nice to see your true colors show through.

You get on this pedestal of Trump being bad for middle class America but you don’t care about them, you look down on the newly unemployed with excitement.

Standing by my initial claim: advanced degree, but clearly not the thinking capablity to be in STEM.

One more prediction, you are comfortably ‘working’ from home but no one in the world would notice your absence. Just a few less likes and retweets for you fellow warren worshipers.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: You had on good argument ()
Date: May 17, 2020 10:09PM

Ok Orange Ass Clown you have me legitimately confused are you a troll trying to make liberals look bad by making paper thin arguments or are you genuinely retarded?

You blame Trump for people being out of work and quickly follow up by saying people working only makes billionaires richer. Make up you mind, is 35m+ out of work horrible or is it a great slap in the face to the rich?

More power to you if you’ve been trying to make liberals look stupid because you had me convinced.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: This All Checks Out! ()
Date: May 18, 2020 06:40AM

^^ If you feel stupid that is on you.


And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Gerrymanderer2. ()
Date: May 18, 2020 07:28AM

My asshole hurts and I'm triggered!

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: This AIl Checks Out! ()
Date: May 18, 2020 07:29AM

The above is true....This All Checks Out!

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Assclown, Exq. ()
Date: May 19, 2020 08:17AM

Trunpz supporters are lining up for Hydrochloroquine vitamin prescriptions on the recommendation of the President.

And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Official FFU Butthurt Archiver ()
Date: May 19, 2020 09:39AM

Assclown, Exq. Wrote:
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> blah, blah, blah

What is 'Exq.' supposed to mean? Did you mean "'Esq.'? Asking for the record. Thanks.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Assologist, PdH ()
Date: May 19, 2020 10:01AM

Take two hydrochorequines and call me when your kidneys bleed. Your copay will be $20. Would you care to pay with your SNAP card? It will be billed as "groceries".

And:

1. Trunpz promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trunpz and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trunpz's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: triggered little lib ()
Date: May 19, 2020 10:15AM

So easy to trigger you little girls...re-posting crap day after day. It's WORKING! YOU'VE really got him now! ROFL.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Ass Orange Clown ()
Date: May 19, 2020 11:06AM

^^^ puss poor guesser

Trunpz threatens to leave the WHO because he's got a harsh buzz from all that Hydro he's been dropping. From all the "good things" he heard about Hydro, he should have known that the best way to catch a Hydro ride would be a CNS (crush and snort) technique.


And:

1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Solve the problem for us ()
Date: May 19, 2020 11:22AM

Ass Orange Clown Wrote:
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> ^^^ puss poor guesser
>
> Trunpz threatens to leave the WHO because he's got
> a harsh buzz from all that Hydro he's been
> dropping. From all the "good things" he heard
> about Hydro, he should have known that the best
> way to catch a Hydro ride would be a CNS (crush
> and snort) technique.
>
>
> And:
>
> 1. Trump promised to bring down America's trade
> deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the
> trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United
> States is now purchasing more goods and services
> from the rest of the world than we sell abroad
> than at any time in history.
>
> 2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he
> could completely eliminate the federal debt in
> eight years. Instead, the federal debt has
> exploded thanks to Trump and the GOP's $1.9
> trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and
> corporations. They're already using the growing
> debt to threaten cuts to Social Security,
> Medicare, and Medicaid.
>
> 3. He promised to boost the wages of American
> workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the
> average American family. Instead, wages for most
> Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation.
> Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits
> have soared and the rich have become far richer,
> but the gains haven’t trickled down.
>
> 4. His administration said that corporations would
> invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead,
> corporations spent more money buying back shares
> of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in
> new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks
> provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost
> executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy
> investors.
>
> 5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class
> families. Instead most Americans will end up
> paying more by 2027.
>
> 6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack
> down on companies that ship jobs overseas.
> Instead, his tax law has created financial
> incentives for corporations to expand their
> operations abroad. Trump's trade wars have also
> encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move
> production overseas.
>
> 7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of
> Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in
> charge of health, safety, and environmental
> protections—which has endangered most Americans
> while increasing corporate profits even further.

What can we do to make you happy?

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Pointer outer of things ()
Date: May 19, 2020 01:47PM

Are you a nurse or a server?
Gee you seem very helpful!
I am a happy camper. But thanks, anyway.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Trunpz is stoned on Hydro ()
Date: May 20, 2020 04:50AM

Having a flunky doctor handy to attest that you are buzzed from riding the Hydro train is a sad rebuttal to the refrains of "Just say no to drugs" that we once heard from the White House. The name of which, by the way, will NEVER be changed to the "White Castle".


And:

1. Trunpz promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trunpz and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trunpz's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: Orange Ass Clown! ()
Date: May 20, 2020 05:58AM

The economy is broken! Thanks Trunko

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Re: Trumponomics Is A Failure!
Posted by: TRUNPZ THROWS HYDRO FIT ()
Date: May 20, 2020 09:16AM

Pelosi is a sick woman. I don't talk about her. She lives in my head. Dude, I am SO fucked up on this Hydro shit, yo. Man, you wanna drop a couple? It's mad awkward.



And:

1. Trunpz promised to bring down America's trade deficit “as fast as possible.” Instead, the trade deficit has hit an all-time high. The United States is now purchasing more goods and services from the rest of the world than we sell abroad than at any time in history.

2. As a presidential candidate in 2016, he said he could completely eliminate the federal debt in eight years. Instead, the federal debt has exploded thanks to Trunpz and the GOP's $1.9 trillion tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. They're already using the growing debt to threaten cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.

3. He promised to boost the wages of American workers, including a $4,000 pay raise for the average American family. Instead, wages for most Americans have been flat, adjusted for inflation. Meanwhile, over the same period, corporate profits have soared and the rich have become far richer, but the gains haven’t trickled down.

4. His administration said that corporations would invest their savings from tax cuts. Instead, corporations spent more money buying back shares of their own stock in 2018 than they invested in new equipment or facilities. These stock buybacks provide no real benefit for the economy, but boost executive bonuses and payouts for wealthy investors.

5. He promised a tax cut for middle-class families. Instead most Americans will end up paying more by 2027.

6. He promised to keep jobs in America and crack down on companies that ship jobs overseas. Instead, his tax law has created financial incentives for corporations to expand their operations abroad. Trunpz's trade wars have also encouraged companies like Harley Davidson to move production overseas.

7. He promised to “drain the swamp” of Washington lobbyists. Instead, he's put them in charge of health, safety, and environmental protections—which has endangered most Americans while increasing corporate profits even further.

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