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11 hours ago, Golfboy said:

You've got nothing.   I hear revenue is up this year.

2018       2019
361,038  339,980
155,623  167,265

210,832  228,811

510,447  535,545
217,075  232,064

316,278  333,952

225,266  251,348

 

Total

2017: 1,996.599

2018:  2,088,965

 

So, revenue has been up every month, except January. 

Total is up.  Both monthly and CALENDAR YEAR. 

 

Oops.  Guess you should have relied on something more current than Feburary 2019.

Sorry sWillie.

 

You listed 2018 and 2019, then said totals for 2017 and 2018. You suck at this.

 

Here is the first calendar year of revenue for the Trump Tax Scam broken down if you can handle it.

 

This is each month of calendar 2018 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0419.pdf

 

Jan 361,038

Feb 155,623

Mar 210,832

Apr 510,447

May 217,075

Jun 316,278

Jul 225,266

Aug 219,115

Sep 343,559

Oct 252,692

Nov 205,961

Dec 312,584

___________________________

 

Total 3,330,470 in  millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2018 was 3,330,470,000,000

 

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This is each month of calendar 2017 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0418.pdf

 

Jan 344,069

Feb 171,713

Mar 216,584

Apr 455,605

May 240,418

Jun 338,660

Jul 232,040

Aug 226,311

Sep 348,722

Oct 235,341

Nov 208,374

Dec 325,797

______________________________

 

Total 3,343,634 in millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2017 was 3,343,634,000,000

 

Comparing the receipts from 2017 and 2018 you see that 2017 was more.

 

Therefore the tax law reduced revenue not only from what it would be, but it reduced it from where it was the prior year, a terrible result.

 

 

 

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Now if you want to start looking at 2019, I am prepared to show you months of 2019 that are below 2017.

 

That's pathetic.

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0719.pdf

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0717.pdf

 

In millions:

 

Jan 2019   339,980             Jan 2017 344,069

Feb 2019   167,265              Feb 2017 171,713

May 2019   232,064            May 2017  240,418

June 2019  333,952            June 2017  338,660

 

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So we see 2019 is also lower than 2017 for four months. 2017 was before the plan. Remember?

 

So your post is bragging about 2019 numbers trying to catch up to 2017. 

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Keep trying.

 

You look like IDIOTS to anyone in the MIDDLE CLASS who is going to ASSURE your side keeps sucking it.

 

ROFLMAO!!

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12 hours ago, WillFranklin said:

 

You listed 2018 and 2019, then said totals for 2017 and 2018. You suck at this.

 

Here is the first calendar year of revenue for the Trump Tax Scam broken down if you can handle it.

 

This is each month of calendar 2018 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0419.pdf

 

Jan 361,038

Feb 155,623

Mar 210,832

Apr 510,447

May 217,075

Jun 316,278

Jul 225,266

Aug 219,115

Sep 343,559

Oct 252,692

Nov 205,961

Dec 312,584

___________________________

 

Total 3,330,470 in  millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2018 was 3,330,470,000,000

 

_____________________________________________________________

This is each month of calendar 2017 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0418.pdf

 

Jan 344,069

Feb 171,713

Mar 216,584

Apr 455,605

May 240,418

Jun 338,660

Jul 232,040

Aug 226,311

Sep 348,722

Oct 235,341

Nov 208,374

Dec 325,797

______________________________

 

Total 3,343,634 in millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2017 was 3,343,634,000,000

 

Comparing the receipts from 2017 and 2018 you see that 2017 was more.

 

Therefore the tax law reduced revenue not only from what it would be, but it reduced it from where it was the prior year, a terrible result.

 

 

 

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Now if you want to start looking at 2019, I am prepared to show you months of 2019 that are below 2017.

 

That's pathetic.

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0719.pdf

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0717.pdf

 

In millions:

 

Jan 2019   339,980             Jan 2017 344,069

Feb 2019   167,265              Feb 2017 171,713

May 2019   232,064            May 2017  240,418

June 2019  333,952            June 2017  338,660

 

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So we see 2019 is also lower than 2017 for four months. 2017 was before the plan. Remember?

 

So your post is bragging about 2019 numbers trying to catch up to 2017. 

 

That's what ran the right off from this thread.

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They see that 2019 may not raise as much revenue as 2017 calendar year.

 

If 2019 beats 2018 but not 2017 then someone uneducated like @Golfboy will brag because they forget that calendar 2017 is the last full year before the plan.

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Revenue is supposed to increase over 50 Billion dollars a year at least.

 

We saw revenue fall big in calendar 2018 the first full year of the plan

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27 minutes ago, laton said:

They see that 2019 may not raise as much revenue as 2017 calendar year.

 

If 2019 beats 2018 but not 2017 then someone uneducated like @Golfboy will brag because they forget that calendar 2017 is the last full year before the plan.

sWillie is never man enough to admit when he's been caught lying. 

You've got nothing.   I hear revenue is up this year.

2018       2019
361,038  339,980
155,623  167,265

210,832  228,811

510,447  535,545
217,075  232,064

316,278  333,952

225,266  251,348

 

Total

2017: 1,996.599

2018:  2,088,965

 

So, revenue has been up every month, except January. 

Total is up.  Both monthly and CALENDAR YEAR. 

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43 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

sWillie is never man enough to admit when he's been caught lying. 

You've got nothing.   I hear revenue is up this year.

2018       2019
361,038  339,980
155,623  167,265

210,832  228,811

510,447  535,545
217,075  232,064

316,278  333,952

225,266  251,348

 

Total

2017: 1,996.599

2018:  2,088,965

 

So, revenue has been up every month, except January. 

Total is up.  Both monthly and CALENDAR YEAR. 

 

2019 is not over 2017 

 

 

Quote

 

 

Now if you want to start looking at 2019, I am prepared to show you months of 2019 that are below 2017.

 

That's pathetic.

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0719.pdf

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0717.pdf

 

In millions:

 

Jan 2019   339,980             Jan 2017 344,069

Feb 2019   167,265              Feb 2017 171,713

May 2019   232,064            May 2017  240,418

June 2019  333,952            June 2017  338,660

 

_____________________________________________________________________

 

So we see 2019 is also lower than 2017 for four months. 2017 was before the plan. Remember?

 

So your post is bragging about 2019 numbers trying to catch up to 2017. 

 

2017 was before the plan not 2018 and that's why you won't compare 2019 to 2017

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Bump for @Golfboy to compare 2019 to 2017:

 

Start looking at 2019, I am prepared to show you months of 2019 that are below 2017.

 

That's pathetic.

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0719.pdf

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0717.pdf

 

In millions:

 

Jan 2019   339,980             Jan 2017 344,069

Feb 2019   167,265              Feb 2017 171,713

May 2019   232,064            May 2017  240,418

June 2019  333,952            June 2017  338,660

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20 hours ago, laton said:

2019 is not over 2017 

2017 was before the plan not 2018 and that's why you won't compare 2019 to 2017

Your claim was that revenue decreased in 2018, from 2017

You lied. 

Be a man for ONCE in your pathetic life, sWillie. 

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4 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

Your claim was that revenue decreased in 2018, from 2017

You lied. 

Be a man for ONCE in your pathetic life, sWillie. 

 

Revenue did also decrease in calendar 2018 from 2017:

 

The Wall Street Journal reported it, you denied it, and I proved it anyway:

 

This is each month of calendar 2018 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0419.pdf

Jan 361,038

Feb 155,623

Mar 210,832

Apr 510,447

May 217,075

Jun 316,278

Jul 225,266

Aug 219,115

Sep 343,559

Oct 252,692

Nov 205,961

Dec 312,584

___________________________

 

Total 3,330,470 in  millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2018 was 3,330,470,000,000

 

_____________________________________________________________

This is each month of calendar 2017 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0418.pdf

 

Jan 344,069

Feb 171,713

Mar 216,584

Apr 455,605

May 240,418

Jun 338,660

Jul 232,040

Aug 226,311

Sep 348,722

Oct 235,341

Nov 208,374

Dec 325,797

______________________________

 

Total 3,343,634 in millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2017 was 3,343,634,000,000

 

Comparing the receipts from 2017 and 2018 you see that 2017 was more.

 

Therefore the tax law reduced revenue not only from what it would be, but it reduced it from where it was the prior year, a terrible result.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, WillFranklin said:

 

Revenue did also decrease in calendar 2018 from 2017

 

Swillie got his pussy grabbed in public again.

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4 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

No it didn't.   Why do CONTINUE to lie?

 

 

loser. 

 

The Wall Street Journal reported it fell:

 

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-tax-revenue-declined-0-4-in-2018-11550084426

 

And here is the proof. Stop avoiding them math.

 

Calendar 2018 was below calendar 2017:

 

This is each month of calendar 2018 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0419.pdf

Jan 361,038

Feb 155,623

Mar 210,832

Apr 510,447

May 217,075

Jun 316,278

Jul 225,266

Aug 219,115

Sep 343,559

Oct 252,692

Nov 205,961

Dec 312,584

___________________________

 

Total 3,330,470 in  millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2018 was 3,330,470,000,000

 

_____________________________________________________________

This is each month of calendar 2017 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0418.pdf

 

Jan 344,069

Feb 171,713

Mar 216,584

Apr 455,605

May 240,418

Jun 338,660

Jul 232,040

Aug 226,311

Sep 348,722

Oct 235,341

Nov 208,374

Dec 325,797

______________________________

 

Total 3,343,634 in millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2017 was 3,343,634,000,000

 

Comparing the receipts from 2017 and 2018 you see that 2017 was more.

 

Therefore the tax law reduced revenue not only from what it would be, but it reduced it from where it was the prior year, a terrible result.

 

AND 2019 is not above 2017 yet either.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, WillFranklin said:

 

The Wall Street Journal reported it fell:

 

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-tax-revenue-declined-0-4-in-2018-11550084426

 

And here is the proof. Stop avoiding them math.

 

Calendar 2018 was below calendar 2017:

 

This is each month of calendar 2018 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0419.pdf

Jan 361,038

Feb 155,623

Mar 210,832

Apr 510,447

May 217,075

Jun 316,278

Jul 225,266

Aug 219,115

Sep 343,559

Oct 252,692

Nov 205,961

Dec 312,584

___________________________

 

Total 3,330,470 in  millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2018 was 3,330,470,000,000

 

_____________________________________________________________

This is each month of calendar 2017 receipts in millions of dollars found here:

 

https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/files/reports-statements/mts/mts0418.pdf

 

Jan 344,069

Feb 171,713

Mar 216,584

Apr 455,605

May 240,418

Jun 338,660

Jul 232,040

Aug 226,311

Sep 348,722

Oct 235,341

Nov 208,374

Dec 325,797

______________________________

 

Total 3,343,634 in millions.

 

So the total receipts from 2017 was 3,343,634,000,000

 

Comparing the receipts from 2017 and 2018 you see that 2017 was more.

 

Therefore the tax law reduced revenue not only from what it would be, but it reduced it from where it was the prior year, a terrible result.

 

AND 2019 is not above 2017 yet either.

 

 

 

sWillie got caught lying. 

Pussy.  Grabbed.  Public. 

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8 minutes ago, Golfboy said:

sWillie got caught lying. 

Pussy.  Grabbed.  Public. 

 

The Wall Street Journal, and the government numbers I displayed ALL show calendar 2018 BELOW calendar 2017.

 

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-tax-revenue-declined-0-4-in-2018-11550084426


I also showed that 2019 is not above 2017 either.

 

And you either got confused, or you are trying to obfuscate.

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I will even start a whole thread about it to display I am right.

 

Oh, I already did.

 

Want to argue revenue with me? My degree is IN math and I showed you up right here!

 

Tonight you should have learned that revenue for calendar 2018 was below calendar 2017. They math is displayed for all to see and I also linked the Wall Street Journal article telling the story. It is like Cannonpointer said about you, you will not learn you are wrong and admit it. Nobody really can have an intelligent, detailed discussion with you. You just try to obfuscate.

 

You should also have learned that 2019 revenue is not above 2017. I posted the links for that too.

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6 minutes ago, SpyCar said:

Golfboy one again get his ass kicked. LOL.

 

Bill

 

I just made a tribute thread to expose his lies.

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Just now, WillFranklin said:

 

I just made a tribute thread to expose his lies.

 

Nice job, Will!

 

Bill

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"winning"

 

 

Factual Moscow Times Headline on Nov.8, 2016, 'Russian Parliament Erupts in Standing Ovation Upon Announcement of trump Victory '. True Fact, GOOGLE IT..

 

 

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