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Just now, personreal said:

"Big money investors predict Trump will ride strong US economy to 2020 victory"

 

https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/trump-economy-2020-election-win-big-money-investors

Not only that but every time the Dummyrats open their lying buttpussies, its another vote for the best President of all time.

DONALD J. TRUMP!

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1 minute ago, 123urout said:

Not only that but every time the Dummyrats open their lying buttpussies, its another vote for the best President of all time.

DONALD J. TRUMP!

The dems are helping Trump...his poll #s are up.

 

And Trump is helping himself by improving the economy so much.

 

Please keep this to yerself...benson's on suicide watch.   😂

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Just now, personreal said:

The dems are helping Trump...his poll #s are up.

 

And Trump is helping himself by improving the economy so much.

 

Please keep this to yerself...benson's on suicide watch.   😂

Beaner is going to OD on lies, He must be pretty tough, you  would have thought he would have been gone by now.

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Just now, harryramar said:

Clinton was exceedingly popular while trump is detested by most americans.

the right, being immoral thinks that the rest of us will sell out our values for trump. not a chamnce. the tyranny of the minority is over .

say bye bye orange guy

Clinton did not win the popular vote, the only reason he was popular at all is because he was riding the incredible economic boom created by Reagan, and the corrupt media covered up all his crimes.

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Rightwingnuts live in fantasyland......

 

When President Obama took office in January 2009, he inherited from the inept Bush&Co. both a worsening financial crisis/major recession and a $1.4 trillion dollar Federal Deficit. Over his two terms, his Administration slashed that deficit to $585 billion dollars and stimulated a roaring economy. 

 

Trump took office in January 2017 and inherited a booming economy and that $585 billion dollar deficit, 58% lower than the one Obama had to deal with. During his 2016 campaign, the Trumpster promised that, as President, he would eliminate the budget deficit. Now, three years into his corrupt presidency, the deficit is 68 percent higher than when he started. According to the latest Congressional Budget Office data, the full-year deficit for 2019 is estimated to come in at $984 billion, just shy of the $1 trillion that many analysts were expecting. In 2018 the figure was $779 billion and in 2017 it was $665 billion.

 

Another broken promise from his 2016 campaign is the Trumpster's promise to to eliminate the National Debt. On his Inaguration Day, the debt was $19.9 trillion dollars. It fell $102 billion in the first six months after Trump took office, but that was not because of anything he did. Instead, it was because of the federal debt ceiling. On September 8, 2017, Trump signed a bill increasing the debt ceiling. Later that day, the debt exceeded $20 trillion for the first time in U.S. history. On February 9, 2018, Trump signed a bill suspending the debt ceiling until March 1, 2019. It was then $22 trillion. In just two years,Trump has overseen the fastest dollar increase in the debt of any president. Trump's Fiscal Year 2020 budget projects the debt would increase $5 trillion during his first term, to about $25 trillion.

 

2019 has seen the National Deficit grow to nearly $1 trillion dollars. This is largely the result of Trump's 1.5 trillion dollar tax cut giveaways to the super-rich and the large corporations from 2017. These cuts created a large drop in govenment revenues. When the National Deficit increases, the government is forced to borrow more money since its income cannot cover its expenditures. That is what increases Sovereign Debt, which is very unlike the ordinary debt that the bussinessman Trump was always deep in. Sovereign Debt is something owed by nations, not individuals. The World Bank compares and rates countries based on their total debt-to-gross domestic product ratio. They consider a country to be in trouble if that ratio is greater than 77%. In the third quarter of 2019, the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio was 106%. That is the $22.719 trillion dollar U.S. debt as of September 2019, divided by the $21.526 trillion nominal GDP.

 

Slow motion train wreck indeed!

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1 hour ago, personreal said:

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"Cavuto: A booming economy saved Bill Clinton.....

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On 7/24/2014 at 3:13 PM, personreal said:

That was a repub initiative...which Clinton was forced to accept cause the repub party won over the majority of the public's support.

 

You really should do some research before you post you ignorantdikeslut. :)

 

You must read as-well-as Trumpy-The-Klown.....

 

 

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"Clearly, this is a job-killer in the short-run. The impact on job creation is going to be devastating."

— Rep. Dick Armey, (Republican, Texas)

 

"The tax increase will…lead to a recession…and will actually increase the deficit."

— Rep. Newt Gingrich (Republican, Georgia)

 

"I will make you this bet. I am willing to risk the mortgage on it…the deficit will be up; unemployment will be up; in my judgment, inflation will be up."

—Sen. Robert Packwood (Republican, Oregon)

 

"The deficit four years from today will be higher than it is today, not lower."

—Sen. Phil Gramm (Republican, Texas)

 

"The President promised a middle-class tax cut, yet he and his party imposed the largest tax increase in American history. We hope his higher taxes will not cut short the economic recovery and declining interest rates he inherited… Instead of stifling growth through higher taxes and increased government regulations, Republicans would take America in a different direction."

—Sen. Robert Dole (Republican, Kansas)

 

http://www.kellysite.net/taxes.html

 

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"Not only was the entire national deficit eliminated after raising taxes on the wealthy in 1993, but the economy grew so fast for the remainder of the decade that many conservative economists thought that the Fed should raise the prime interest rate in order to slow it down."

 

 

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1 hour ago, 123urout said:

Clinton did not win the popular vote, the only reason he was popular at all is because he was riding the incredible economic boom created by Reagan, and the corrupt media covered up all his crimes.

LORD HAHA oozes crap again! hahahahahahaha

Crimes? Not as president! Unless you count a BJ with a consenting adult a crime! LMAO!

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34 minutes ago, skews13 said:

Bill Clinton created a booming economy.

 

It wasn't Clinton who is responsible for the glowing economy of the late 1990s.   It was the Republicans in Congress and their Contract with America.   And it's easy to prove.   

 

When Clinton entered office, inflation was at about 3%, unemployment was at 6%, the DOW was at 3500 and GDP was at about 6.5 trillion dollars.

 

Even combined with a Democrat controlled Congress, little good happened economically for years ... not until Republicans gained control of both houses in January 1995.

 

At that time unemployment was still at about 6% and the Dow had risen to only 3800, inflation was still at 3% and GDP was stagnant (still around 6.6 trillion).   

 

It was AFTER Republicans gained control of Congress and Clinton was hobbled by an impeachment that the economy exploded.   

 

Republicans retained control of both houses of Congress until the end the 2000.

 

In December 2000, unemployment had dropped to 3.75% while the Dow exploded to 10,600. Inflation remained at or below 3% the whole time and GDP grew to almost 10 trillion.

 

Clearly, it was Gingrich and Republican control of Congress that made the difference in the economy's growth, if ANY party or person was responsible.

 

Not Clinton or the DemocRATS.   

 

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Trump inherited one.


Trump's economy is booming despite control of the House by DemocRATS and a do nothing Senate.

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1 hour ago, Squatchman said:

 I thought trump being innocent was the line you guys were peddling.

Now it's the economy that will save him.

 

Ya' gotta figure....these are people who are (ACTUALLY) being led-around by some clown....who runs-around starting "fires" & stirring-up-trouble.....so he can rush-in (at the last-minute, of course) and "save" everyone!!!

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6 minutes ago, BeAChooser said:

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It wasn't Clinton who is responsible for the glowing economy of the late 1990s.   It was the Republicans in Congress and their Contract with America.   And it's easy to prove.  

 

When Clinton entered office, inflation was at about 3%, unemployment was at 6%, the DOW was at 3500 and GDP was at about 6.5 trillion dollars.

 

Even combined with a Democrat controlled Congress, little good happened economically for years ... not until Republicans gained control of both houses in January 1995.

 

At that time unemployment was still at about 6% and the Dow had risen to only 3800, inflation was still at 3% and GDP was stagnant (still around 6.6 trillion).   

 

It was AFTER Republicans gained control of Congress and Clinton was hobbled by an impeachment that the economy exploded.   

 

Republicans retained control of both houses of Congress until the end the 2000.

 

In December 2000, unemployment had dropped to 3.75% while the Dow exploded to 10,600. Inflation remained at or below 3% the whole time and GDP grew to almost 10 trillion.

 

Clearly, it was Gingrich and Republican control of Congress that made the difference in the economy's growth, if ANY party or person was responsible.

 

Not Clinton or the DemocRATS.  

 

 

 

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"Clearly, this is a job-killer in the short-run. The impact on job creation is going to be devastating."

— Rep. Dick Armey, (Republican, Texas)

 

"The tax increase will…lead to a recession…and will actually increase the deficit."

— Rep. Newt Gingrich (Republican, Georgia)

 

"I will make you this bet. I am willing to risk the mortgage on it…the deficit will be up; unemployment will be up; in my judgment, inflation will be up."

—Sen. Robert Packwood (Republican, Oregon)

 

"The deficit four years from today will be higher than it is today, not lower."

—Sen. Phil Gramm (Republican, Texas)

 

"The President promised a middle-class tax cut, yet he and his party imposed the largest tax increase in American history. We hope his higher taxes will not cut short the economic recovery and declining interest rates he inherited… Instead of stifling growth through higher taxes and increased government regulations, Republicans would take America in a different direction."

—Sen. Robert Dole (Republican, Kansas)

 

http://www.kellysite.net/taxes.html

 

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http://archive.is/sx9KC

 

 

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"Not only was the entire national deficit eliminated after raising taxes on the wealthy in 1993, but the economy grew so fast for the remainder of the decade that many conservative economists thought that the Fed should raise the prime interest rate in order to slow it down."

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Phoenix68 said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Republicans destroy economies. Democrats grow economies.

 

I did like the fact that Bob Dole admitted the economy was recovering.

 

So who started that recovery? George H W Bush

 

Wait a minute. Wasn't he Reagans VP?

 

I thought Reagan created the best economy ever in the history of the universe?

 

So how was the economy in recovery mode under Bush?

 

Do these morons think before they start talking?

 

 

 

 

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56 minutes ago, skews13 said:

 

The difference being Bill Clinton created a booming economy.

 

Trump inherited one.

False...Clinton inherited his economy from Reagan thanx to tax breaks for R&D in the tech sector in the '80s.

 

Obama and the dems created the subprime loans for housing that created the financial crisis.

 

Trump is fixing everything now.

 

 

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19 minutes ago, skews13 said:

Republicans destroy economies. Democrats grow economies.

 

I did like the fact that Bob Dole admitted the economy was recovering.

 

So who started that recovery? George H W Bush

 

Wait a minute. Wasn't he Reagans VP?

 

I thought Reagan created the best economy ever in the history of the universe?

 

So how was the economy in recovery mode under Bush?

 

Do these morons think before they start talking?

 

 

 

 

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"It must have been a shock. Clinton thought he was inheriting a $360 billion federal budget deficit when it was in fact twice as much. He thought he was inheriting a nation with a $5.6 trillion debt and it turns out to be a $14 trillion debt.

 

By April he had learned of the Grand Bushonian Fraud -- how the Bush Cabal denuded the Social Security General Trust Fund and 43 other public trust funds out of $5 trillion and then stuffed them full of worthless non-marketable US Treasury securities. This is the time when Clinton began to talk extensively with Alan Greenspan. He understood that something had to be done because we were virtually in a crisis.

 

Like most people in Washington, Clinton understood that Ronald Reagan was a figurehead and that it was really the Bush Cabal, which was running things for all of those 12 years. He also understood that the Bush Cabal had perpetrated the greatest fraud ever committed against the American people and that the Bush Cabal had essentially destroyed the economy of the United States - which in fact they had."

 

 

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