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25 minutes ago, supraTruth said:

This #SCUMMY

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is DESTROYING OUR TOURISM BUSINESS w/his RACISM RANTS, OUR RETAIL MALLS w/his TRADE WARS JACKING-UP PRICES w/FLAT TAX TARIFFS & BROKEN SUPPLY CHAINS, & OUR HOUSING MARKETS w/his limits on MORTGAGE interest & PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS.

Now make us a paper airplane

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25 minutes ago, supraTruth said:

This #SCUMMY

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is DESTROYING OUR TOURISM BUSINESS w/his RACISM RANTS, OUR RETAIL MALLS w/his TRADE WARS JACKING-UP PRICES w/FLAT TAX TARIFFS & BROKEN SUPPLY CHAINS, & OUR HOUSING MARKETS w/his limits on MORTGAGE interest & PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS.

Meth? 

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https://slate.com/business/2020/02/trumps-jobs-bls-obama-economy.amp?__twitter_impression=true

Trump’s Jobs Record Is Weaker Than Everyone Thought

By JORDAN WEISSMANN

FEB 07, 20201:23 PM
 
President Donald Trump has always exaggerated the strength of his jobs record, claiming to have brought about an unprecedented hiring boom when, in fact, payrolls have been growing at a somewhat slower pace than they had been during Barack Obama’s final years in office. But it turns out, the reality of it was even weaker than the official data let on.
 
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest batch of employment numbers, along with its annual benchmark revisions adjusting its estimates from prior months. Before, the government believed that the U.S. had added 223,000 jobs per month in 2018, the year that the GOP’s tax cuts and new, higher spending levels took effect. It has now lowered that estimate to 193,000 per month, a significant drop.
 

Here’s how this changes the story of the past few years. Based on the old numbers, it looked like Trump had inherited a steady economy but gave hiring a boost in 2018 through some deficit-fueled stimulus. Based on the new numbers, it looks like he inherited a steadily growing economy and didn’t do much at all. Trump’s deficits likely juiced employment growth a bit, while his trade war likely undercut it. (The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes probably muted growth in 2018 a bit too.) In the end, the economy has added fewer jobs in every year of his presidency than it did during Obama’s final one. There never was much of a Trump bump.

A chart showing annual job growth under Obama and Trump from 2013 through 2019, with either man's face on top of the bar representing a year he was in office.
Graph: Jordan Weissmann. Images: Tom Brenner/Getty Images and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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9 hours ago, supraTruth said:

OUR HOUSING MARKETS w/his limits on MORTGAGE interest & PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS.

I find it wildly amusing when morons talk out of both sides of their mouth. They say the wealthy and well to do should pay more in taxes then turn around and complain about their deductions being limited. They want more tax revenue going to the federal government then complain when they actually get caught up in it and end up paying more in federal taxes. Especially if they live in high tax blue states. High tax blue states have been screwing the federal government out of revenue for decades.

 

I doubt this moron knows what the mortgage interest deduction limit is, lets school him!

 

Home mortgage interest. You can deduct home mortgage interest on the first $750,000 ($375,000 if married filing separately) of indebtedness. However, higher limitations ($1 million ($500,000 if married filing separately)) apply if you are deducting mortgage interest from indebtedness incurred before December 16, 2017.

 

Anyone believe supraTruth is carrying a $750k mortgage? Or does he just want well to do people to have a larger tax deduction.

 

Now for the second part, property tax deductions:

 

This moron has clearly never itemized deductions or he would know that the $10k limit is a combination of property taxes and state income taxes. For 2019 only about 13% of households will itemize deductions and those are households with considerably higher household incomes than the median. SupraMoron really want larger tax deductions for the well to do? Apparently so!

 

I was all over this when the tax law changed. It resulted in a $7k loss in deductions when itemizing. We immediately increased our tax shelters $7k.

 

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, JoeAverage said:

I find it wildly amusing when morons talk out of both sides of their mouth. They say the wealthy and well to do should pay more in taxes then turn around and complain about their deductions being limited. They want more tax revenue going to the federal government then complain when they actually get caught up in it and end up paying more in federal taxes. Especially if they live in high tax blue states. High tax blue states have been screwing the federal government out of revenue for decades.

 

I doubt this moron knows what the mortgage interest deduction limit is, lets school him!

 

Home mortgage interest. You can deduct home mortgage interest on the first $750,000 ($375,000 if married filing separately) of indebtedness. However, higher limitations ($1 million ($500,000 if married filing separately)) apply if you are deducting mortgage interest from indebtedness incurred before December 16, 2017.

 

Anyone believe supraTruth is carrying a $750k mortgage? Or does he just want well to do people to have a larger tax deduction.

 

Now for the second part, property tax deductions:

 

This moron has clearly never itemized deductions or he would know that the $10k limit is a combination of property taxes and state income taxes. For 2019 only about 13% of households will itemize deductions and those are households with considerably higher household incomes than the median. SupraMoron really want larger tax deductions for the well to do? Apparently so!

 

I was all over this when the tax law changed. It resulted in a $7k loss in deductions when itemizing. We immediately increased our tax shelters $7k.

 

 

 

 

 

You have to bear in mind that these SCHITSTAINS are none too smart and can ONLY repeat what their PROPAGANDIST HANDLERS tell them to say.

 

ANY truth and facts completely confuses them since their PROPAGANDISTS keep it to a bear minimum intelligence level when they program them.

 

It's kinda like "Please don't feed the Bears" sign. SOME are still STUPID enough to do it.

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1 hour ago, supraTruth said:

https://slate.com/business/2020/02/trumps-jobs-bls-obama-economy.amp?__twitter_impression=true

Trump’s Jobs Record Is Weaker Than Everyone Thought

By JORDAN WEISSMANN

FEB 07, 20201:23 PM
 
President Donald Trump has always exaggerated the strength of his jobs record, claiming to have brought about an unprecedented hiring boom when, in fact, payrolls have been growing at a somewhat slower pace than they had been during Barack Obama’s final years in office. But it turns out, the reality of it was even weaker than the official data let on.
 
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest batch of employment numbers, along with its annual benchmark revisions adjusting its estimates from prior months. Before, the government believed that the U.S. had added 223,000 jobs per month in 2018, the year that the GOP’s tax cuts and new, higher spending levels took effect. It has now lowered that estimate to 193,000 per month, a significant drop.
 

Here’s how this changes the story of the past few years. Based on the old numbers, it looked like Trump had inherited a steady economy but gave hiring a boost in 2018 through some deficit-fueled stimulus. Based on the new numbers, it looks like he inherited a steadily growing economy and didn’t do much at all. Trump’s deficits likely juiced employment growth a bit, while his trade war likely undercut it. (The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes probably muted growth in 2018 a bit too.) In the end, the economy has added fewer jobs in every year of his presidency than it did during Obama’s final one. There never was much of a Trump bump.

A chart showing annual job growth under Obama and Trump from 2013 through 2019, with either man's face on top of the bar representing a year he was in office.
Graph: Jordan Weissmann. Images: Tom Brenner/Getty Images and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

95% of Obama's jobs were temprary jobs.

 

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14 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

 

You have to bear in mind that these SCHITSTAINS are none too doubt smart and can ONLY repeat what their PROPAGANDIST HANDLERS tell them to say.

 

ANY truth and facts completely confuses them since their PROPAGANDISTS keep it to a bear minimum intelligence level when they program them.

 

It's kinda like "Please don't feed the Bears" sign. SOME are still STUPID enough to do it.

I doubt he will have the balls to address the facts presented to him.

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1 hour ago, JoeAverage said:

I find it wildly amusing when morons talk out of both sides of their mouth. They say the wealthy and well to do should pay more in taxes then turn around and complain about their deductions being limited. They want more tax revenue going to the federal government then complain when they actually get caught up in it and end up paying more in federal taxes. Especially if they live in high tax blue states. High tax blue states have been screwing the federal government out of revenue for decades.

 

I doubt this moron knows what the mortgage interest deduction limit is, lets school him!

 

Home mortgage interest. You can deduct home mortgage interest on the first $750,000 ($375,000 if married filing separately) of indebtedness. However, higher limitations ($1 million ($500,000 if married filing separately)) apply if you are deducting mortgage interest from indebtedness incurred before December 16, 2017.

 

Anyone believe supraTruth is carrying a $750k mortgage? Or does he just want well to do people to have a larger tax deduction.

 

Now for the second part, property tax deductions:

 

This moron has clearly never itemized deductions or he would know that the $10k limit is a combination of property taxes and state income taxes. For 2019 only about 13% of households will itemize deductions and those are households with considerably higher household incomes than the median. SupraMoron really want larger tax deductions for the well to do? Apparently so!

 

I was all over this when the tax law changed. It resulted in a $7k loss in deductions when itemizing. We immediately increased our tax shelters $7k.

 

 

 

 

 

1 hour ago, JoeAverage said:

I find it wildly amusing when morons talk out of both sides of their mouth. They say the wealthy and well to do should pay more in taxes then turn around and complain about their deductions being limited. They want more tax revenue going to the federal government then complain when they actually get caught up in it and end up paying more in federal taxes. Especially if they live in high tax blue states. High tax blue states have been screwing the federal government out of revenue for decades.

 

I doubt this moron knows what the mortgage interest deduction limit is, lets school him!

 

Home mortgage interest. You can deduct home mortgage interest on the first $750,000 ($375,000 if married filing separately) of indebtedness. However, higher limitations ($1 million ($500,000 if married filing separately)) apply if you are deducting mortgage interest from indebtedness incurred before December 16, 2017.

 

Anyone believe supraTruth is carrying a $750k mortgage? Or does he just want well to do people to have a larger tax deduction.

 

Now for the second part, property tax deductions:

 

This moron has clearly never itemized deductions or he would know that the $10k limit is a combination of property taxes and state income taxes. For 2019 only about 13% of households will itemize deductions and those are households with considerably higher household incomes than the median. SupraMoron really want larger tax deductions for the well to do? Apparently so!

 

I was all over this when the tax law changed. It resulted in a $7k loss in deductions when itemizing. We immediately increased our tax shelters $7k.

 

 

 

 

Your analysis of the mortgage interest & property tax deductions is correct, but the law has hurt the housing industry in the S.F. Bay area & other places where housing is expensive because ppl want to live near high paying jobs.

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2 minutes ago, supraTruth said:

 

Your analysis of the mortgage interest & property tax deductions is correct, but the law has hurt the housing industry in the S.F. Bay area & other places where housing is expensive because ppl want to live near high paying jobs.

So?? SF is a sewer

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11 hours ago, supraTruth said:

This #SCUMMY

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is DESTROYING OUR TOURISM BUSINESS w/his RACISM RANTS, OUR RETAIL MALLS w/his TRADE WARS JACKING-UP PRICES w/FLAT TAX TARIFFS & BROKEN SUPPLY CHAINS, & OUR HOUSING MARKETS w/his limits on MORTGAGE interest & PROPERTY TAX DEDUCTIONS.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/31/here-are-the-retailers-including-sears-that-went-bankrupt-in-2018.html 

 

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2 hours ago, supraTruth said:

https://slate.com/business/2020/02/trumps-jobs-bls-obama-economy.amp?__twitter_impression=true

Trump’s Jobs Record Is Weaker Than Everyone Thought

By JORDAN WEISSMANN

FEB 07, 20201:23 PM
 
President Donald Trump has always exaggerated the strength of his jobs record, claiming to have brought about an unprecedented hiring boom when, in fact, payrolls have been growing at a somewhat slower pace than they had been during Barack Obama’s final years in office. But it turns out, the reality of it was even weaker than the official data let on.
 
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest batch of employment numbers, along with its annual benchmark revisions adjusting its estimates from prior months. Before, the government believed that the U.S. had added 223,000 jobs per month in 2018, the year that the GOP’s tax cuts and new, higher spending levels took effect. It has now lowered that estimate to 193,000 per month, a significant drop.
 

Here’s how this changes the story of the past few years. Based on the old numbers, it looked like Trump had inherited a steady economy but gave hiring a boost in 2018 through some deficit-fueled stimulus. Based on the new numbers, it looks like he inherited a steadily growing economy and didn’t do much at all. Trump’s deficits likely juiced employment growth a bit, while his trade war likely undercut it. (The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes probably muted growth in 2018 a bit too.) In the end, the economy has added fewer jobs in every year of his presidency than it did during Obama’s final one. There never was much of a Trump bump.

A chart showing annual job growth under Obama and Trump from 2013 through 2019, with either man's face on top of the bar representing a year he was in office.
Graph: Jordan Weissmann. Images: Tom Brenner/Getty Images and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

https://www.lovemoney.com/gallerylist/90300/bigname-american-companies-that-went-bankrupt-in-2019

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2 hours ago, supraTruth said:

https://slate.com/business/2020/02/trumps-jobs-bls-obama-economy.amp?__twitter_impression=true

Trump’s Jobs Record Is Weaker Than Everyone Thought

By JORDAN WEISSMANN

FEB 07, 20201:23 PM
 
President Donald Trump has always exaggerated the strength of his jobs record, claiming to have brought about an unprecedented hiring boom when, in fact, payrolls have been growing at a somewhat slower pace than they had been during Barack Obama’s final years in office. But it turns out, the reality of it was even weaker than the official data let on.
 
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest batch of employment numbers, along with its annual benchmark revisions adjusting its estimates from prior months. Before, the government believed that the U.S. had added 223,000 jobs per month in 2018, the year that the GOP’s tax cuts and new, higher spending levels took effect. It has now lowered that estimate to 193,000 per month, a significant drop.
 

Here’s how this changes the story of the past few years. Based on the old numbers, it looked like Trump had inherited a steady economy but gave hiring a boost in 2018 through some deficit-fueled stimulus. Based on the new numbers, it looks like he inherited a steadily growing economy and didn’t do much at all. Trump’s deficits likely juiced employment growth a bit, while his trade war likely undercut it. (The Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes probably muted growth in 2018 a bit too.) In the end, the economy has added fewer jobs in every year of his presidency than it did during Obama’s final one. There never was much of a Trump bump.

A chart showing annual job growth under Obama and Trump from 2013 through 2019, with either man's face on top of the bar representing a year he was in office.
Graph: Jordan Weissmann. Images: Tom Brenner/Getty Images and Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Even if it was true, obama should have been much higher, for he came along when the market crashed for jobs.  The ensuing years should have been hallmark years for hiring, and they were not. 

Most of the hiring was in the government sector as obama increased the Fed. government exponentially.

The jobs created by the private sector amounted to part time jobs, not full time factory jobs like Trump is creating.

 

It is far easier to create jobs at the end of a recession, that it is in the later parts of a recession, and obama failed in that effort, and Trump is triumphing.

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3 minutes ago, benhur said:

Even if it was true, obama should have been much higher, for he came along when the market crashed for jobs.  The ensuing years should have been hallmark years for hiring, and they were not. 

Most of the hiring was in the government sector as obama increased the Fed. government exponentially.

The jobs created by the private sector amounted to part time jobs, not full time factory jobs like Trump is creating.

 

It is far easier to create jobs at the end of a recession, that it is in the later parts of a recession, and obama failed in that effort, and Trump is triumphing.

Another excuse farter. 

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1 hour ago, MidnightMax said:

 

You have to bear in mind that these SCHITSTAINS are none too smart and can ONLY repeat what their PROPAGANDIST HANDLERS tell them to say.

 

ANY truth and facts completely confuses them since their PROPAGANDISTS keep it to a bear minimum intelligence level when they program them.

 

It's kinda like "Please don't feed the Bears" sign. SOME are still STUPID enough to do it.

No, u tCON Russian tools are the crap stains of America, & the dumbest Russians ever.

 
This about sums up the Republican party right now.
 
 
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4 hours ago, supraTruth said:

Your analysis of the mortgage interest & property tax deductions is correct,

Like most people, I pay attention to the laws that affect my disposable income. Hence my opposition to Medicare for All.

 

4 hours ago, supraTruth said:

but the law has hurt the housing industry in the S.F. Bay area & other places where housing is expensive because ppl want to live near high paying jobs.

The median home price in San Fran is around $1.3 million. You feeling a little sorry for those that can afford a $6k/month mortgage?

 

Could you be a little more specific on how it hurt the housing industry?

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6 hours ago, JoeAverage said:

Like most people, I pay attention to the laws that affect my disposable income. Hence my opposition to Medicare for All.

 

The median home price in San Fran is around $1.3 million. You feeling a little sorry for those that can afford a $6k/month mortgage?

 

Could you be a little more specific on how it hurt the housing industry?

There is a pull back on building because of the loss in tax deductions. It is expensive to live where the the best jobs are, as well as near perfect weather & no mosquito swarms.

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5 hours ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

 

Local taxes are too high... stop supporting runaway local taxes.  

Property taxes are higher where ppl want to live, because property values are higher.  Percentage wise though, property taxes are generally higher in states without income tax.

i.e. Texas has a property tax rate of  1.83% vs California with a .77%.

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