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@jimc91 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Jim is missing the point again. Of course the economy goes in cycles, but Trump is causing a self inflicted wound on the economy doesn't need.  And that is starting a tariff war and possibly a global trade war.

 

For decades, Republicans universally stood for FREE TRADE and No Tariffs? Then Trump arrived on the scene.


Yeah, I understand...  

 

It’s just amazing to me that the never Trumpers and dimms sit on the edge of their chair looking for anything and everything they can blame the President for.  And why?  Because they do not accept the outcome of the 2016 election.

 

Hey, Jim be nice, everyone needs a hobby -for you it's travel, for me it's bluegrass pickin'. and the nattering nabobs of negaivism do what floats their boats.

 

 


 

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Th dow is up ;unemployment is down and still the "Nattering nabobs of negativism" rant on. I particularly was interested in the one that thinks if we hurt financially that is a good thing because it will reflect negatively on President Trump. How partisan-sick can we get?


Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party that has caused the largest income and wealth disparity that we have had since the 1700's. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party and a president that increases the debt even further by giving the kind of tax cuts to the wealthiest that will cause even greater income and wealth disparity. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a lunatic president that has alienated all of our allies and expressed trust in dictators and the leader of our biggest enemy, Russia.

 

George Will has it right, being "partisan sick" has turned most of the Republican Party and trump supporters into a cult.


Partisanship refers to loyalty to a Party. All this "Trump cult' silliness is not about Party. And the tax envy thing and "dictator" nonsense has nothing to do with partisanship


When trump was elected, the Senate also was given to the Republicans.  Support trump, support Republicans. And your reply doesn't address this:

 

Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party that has caused the largest income and wealth disparity that we have had since the 1700's. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party and a president that increases the debt even further by giving the kind of tax cuts to the wealthiest that will cause even greater income and wealth disparity. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a lunatic president that has alienated all of our allies and expressed trust in dictators and the leader of our biggest enemy, Russia.


Yes, there is wealth disparity but moer important , there is wealth. Do you think a formerly unemployed person who now has a job obsesses over what someone else has  like you are doing? I believe that most people live their lives  within the context of their families and their social circles, their financial issues deal with their needs and bills -period.

 

As to the rest of that garbage - it's the same old thing repeated again and again on different topics. this time you left out Asking the Russians to assist Hillary in complying with the subpoena regarding her emails. Also missing is the uual vile, inaccurate claims about C'ville.

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@CriticalThinking wrote:

Jim is missing the point again. Of course the economy goes in cycles, but Trump is causing a self inflicted wound on the economy doesn't need.  And that is starting a tariff war and possibly a global trade war.

 

For decades, Republicans universally stood for FREE TRADE and No Tariffs? Then Trump arrived on the scene.


Yeah, I understand...  

 

It’s just amazing to me that the never Trumpers and dimms sit on the edge of their chair looking for anything and everything they can blame the President for.  And why?  Because they do not accept the outcome of the 2016 election.

 

Well fasten your seatbelts for 2020!  It looks like Trump is a shoe in from where I sit.

 

 

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Jim is missing the point again. Of course the economy goes in cycles, but Trump is causing a self inflicted wound on the economy doesn't need.  And that is starting a tariff war and possibly a global trade war.

 

For decades, Republicans universally stood for FREE TRADE and No Tariffs? Then Trump arrived on the scene.

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Yes, our economy works on cycles...  Did you guys not know this?

 

 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Th dow is up ;unemployment is down and still the "Nattering nabobs of negativism" rant on. I particularly was interested in the one that thinks if we hurt financially that is a good thing because it will reflect negatively on President Trump. How partisan-sick can we get?


Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party that has caused the largest income and wealth disparity that we have had since the 1700's. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party and a president that increases the debt even further by giving the kind of tax cuts to the wealthiest that will cause even greater income and wealth disparity. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a lunatic president that has alienated all of our allies and expressed trust in dictators and the leader of our biggest enemy, Russia.

 

George Will has it right, being "partisan sick" has turned most of the Republican Party and trump supporters into a cult.


Partisanship refers to loyalty to a Party. All this "Trump cult' silliness is not about Party. And the tax envy thing and "dictator" nonsense has nothing to do with partisanship


When trump was elected, the Senate also was given to the Republicans.  Support trump, support Republicans. And your reply doesn't address this:

 

Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party that has caused the largest income and wealth disparity that we have had since the 1700's. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a political party and a president that increases the debt even further by giving the kind of tax cuts to the wealthiest that will cause even greater income and wealth disparity. Some can get "partisan sick" enough to support a lunatic president that has alienated all of our allies and expressed trust in dictators and the leader of our biggest enemy, Russia.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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@myexper wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Th dow is up ;unemployment is down and still the "Nattering nabobs of negativism" rant on. I particularly was interested in the one that thinks if we hurt financially that is a good thing because it will reflect negatively on President Trump. How partisan-sick can we get?


How partisan-sick? ... Well look no further than your Republicans who look the other way on all of Trump's vile actions, criminal behavior and placing himself above the law and our Constitution. And now they watch and do nothing as Trump's asinine tariff war gradually destroys the economy.


"Vile"actions?? Well you got in the word of The day.

Actually, with Trump, "VILE" is the word EVERYDAY.

 

 

What 'vile actions" of the President would you like to see the Republican Party intervene in?

There isn't sufficient word space in this forum to list all of them. So, as a start:

- Trump's treasonous actions with a Russian KGB agent (Putin)

- Trump's 10 obstruction of justice incidents described in the Mueller Report

- Trump's violation of the emoluments clause in the Constitution

- Trump's use of the AG as his personal defense attorney

- Trump's refusal to implement  Congressional sanctions against his Russian buddies

- Trump's lies regarding his business dealings with Russians

- Trump's unlawful and unconstitutional emergency action regarding funding for his asinine  border wall

- Trump's refusal to allow his aids to testify before Congress

- Trump's support for ruthless, murdering dictators .... all enemies of America

- Trump's constant travel to his resorts costing Americans hundreds of millions of dollars

- Trump's abuse of executive privilege

- Trump's abuse of the press, removing press passes from reporters he dislikes

- Trump's recent flip-flop ploy with attacking Iran, placing the lives of numerous military people in needless jeopardy

- Trump's asinine trade war placing American jobs in jeopardy .... and already eliminating many

- Trump's lying to Americans as to who will actually pay for the tariffs he imposed

- Trump's inability to fully staff his own cabinet .... a sign of gross incompetence

-Trump's inability to remember what he stated only a few minutes earlier ..... a sign of dementia

- Trump's acceptance of support from Nazis, White Nationalists, White Supremacists and KKKers

- Trump's refusal to immediately condemn the murderous actions of Nazis, White Nationalists, White Supremacists and KKKers at the Charlottesville riots.

- Trump's sexual assault on 16 women

 

and on and on ......

Which of your false "ONs" do you think justifies the fraudulent topic i frankly can't see the relationship between sexual assault or C'ville and the economy.

 


 


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@myexper wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Th dow is up ;unemployment is down and still the "Nattering nabobs of negativism" rant on. I particularly was interested in the one that thinks if we hurt financially that is a good thing because it will reflect negatively on President Trump. How partisan-sick can we get?


How partisan-sick? ... Well look no further than your Republicans who look the other way on all of Trump's vile actions, criminal behavior and placing himself above the law and our Constitution. And now they watch and do nothing as Trump's asinine tariff war gradually destroys the economy.


"Vile"actions?? Well you got in the word of The day.

Actually, with Trump, "VILE" is the word EVERYDAY.

 

 

What 'vile actions" of the President would you like to see the Republican Party intervene in?

There isn't sufficient word space in this forum to list all of them. So, as a start:

- Trump's treasonous actions with a Russian KGB agent (Putin)

- Trump's 10 obstruction of justice incidents described in the Mueller Report

- Trump's violation of the emoluments clause in the Constitution

- Trump's use of the AG as his personal defense attorney

- Trump's refusal to implement  Congressional sanctions against his Russian buddies

- Trump's lies regarding his business dealings with Russians

- Trump's unlawful and unconstitutional emergency action regarding funding for his asinine  border wall

- Trump's refusal to allow his aids to testify before Congress

- Trump's support for ruthless, murdering dictators .... all enemies of America

- Trump's constant travel to his resorts costing Americans hundreds of millions of dollars

- Trump's abuse of executive privilege

- Trump's abuse of the press, removing press passes from reporters he dislikes

- Trump's recent flip-flop ploy with attacking Iran, placing the lives of numerous military people in needless jeopardy

- Trump's asinine trade war placing American jobs in jeopardy .... and already eliminating many

- Trump's lying to Americans as to who will actually pay for the tariffs he imposed

- Trump's inability to fully staff his own cabinet .... a sign of gross incompetence

-Trump's inability to remember what he stated only a few minutes earlier ..... a sign of dementia

- Trump's acceptance of support from Nazis, White Nationalists, White Supremacists and KKKers

- Trump's refusal to immediately condemn the murderous actions of Nazis, White Nationalists, White Supremacists and KKKers at the Charlottesville riots.

- Trump's sexual assault on 16 women

 

and on and on ......

 

 


 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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Unemployment rates edged up year over year in Mississippi, Arizona, North Carolina, Indiana, South Carolina, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, according to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

 

All eight states went to Trump in 2016.

 

Trump’s net approval rating remains high in most of these states.

 

But more people in Arizona and North Carolina disapprove of his job as president than approve, according to the latest Morning Consult poll.

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/21/unemployment-rising-in-8-states-that-voted-for-trump.html
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@myexper wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

Th dow is up ;unemployment is down and still the "Nattering nabobs of negativism" rant on. I particularly was interested in the one that thinks if we hurt financially that is a good thing because it will reflect negatively on President Trump. How partisan-sick can we get?


How partisan-sick? ... Well look no further than your Republicans who look the other way on all of Trump's vile actions, criminal behavior and placing himself above the law and our Constitution. And now they watch and do nothing as Trump's asinine tariff war gradually destroys the economy.


"Vile"actions?? Well you got in the word of The day. What 'vile actions" of the President would you like to see the Republican Party intervene in?

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