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6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 1:53PM #21
2BBobby
Posts: 3,218

Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:51PM, craner7 wrote:

All a set up. He Will be cleared. Even if guilty a convicted inside trader is better than an open borders resist Trump rat in a district heavily pro Trump and America First patriots. Casting vote for Collins in a couple hrs.



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DEEP STATE!!! Cue the Q....

6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 1:57PM #22
yank0428
Posts: 16,759

Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:02PM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:38AM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:18AM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 10:57AM, laurenf2 wrote:


I'm jittery...lets hope DEMs can at least take back the house. It's pouring in NYC....Will be heading out shortly....




There will be no counting chickens before they hatch here, not in the present political climate. No jitters here either, because it won't change the vote count. It is what it is. In my opinion it's going to be up to Generation Instagram to get out and vote for democrats. Most of the future is there's and unlike election day 2016 their eyes should be wide open now. So it's up to them to be the difference makers. Either they will vote for tax cuts for the 1% at the expense of the middle class and elderly or they won't. Either they will vote for a better environment and political climate or they will vote for the fear and lies that Trump campaigned on.   




Or they could vote to keep the economy rolling and for securing our border. 




The border is secure and Dems already helped turn the economy around by supporting Obama's plan. Not everyone owns stock so the economy would be rolling more for the middle class if it wasn't for the Trump tariffs and tax cut for the 1%. 




Some see 20 mil in our country illegally. Wages going up, unemployment record lows. Better trade deals. Not everybody believes the Dem spin.

6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:20PM #23
laurenf2
Posts: 9,384
...and a billion added to the deficit as Trump makes considerations to cut SS/medicare in favor to the 1%er tax cuts
6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:24PM #24
dontown2
Posts: 7

Hey craner!  I live in NY27 and I'm voting for Nate McMurray.  That will cancel out your vote for criminal Collins!  Tongue Out

6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:27PM #25
yank0428
Posts: 16,759

Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:20PM, laurenf2 wrote:

...and a billion added to the deficit as Trump makes considerations to cut SS/medicare in favor to the 1%er tax cuts



Can you provide a link to Trump wanting to cut SS/medicare? 


 If not no pork buns for you,

6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:28PM #26
Max
Posts: 42,830

Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:57PM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:02PM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:38AM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:18AM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 10:57AM, laurenf2 wrote:


I'm jittery...lets hope DEMs can at least take back the house. It's pouring in NYC....Will be heading out shortly....




There will be no counting chickens before they hatch here, not in the present political climate. No jitters here either, because it won't change the vote count. It is what it is. In my opinion it's going to be up to Generation Instagram to get out and vote for democrats. Most of the future is there's and unlike election day 2016 their eyes should be wide open now. So it's up to them to be the difference makers. Either they will vote for tax cuts for the 1% at the expense of the middle class and elderly or they won't. Either they will vote for a better environment and political climate or they will vote for the fear and lies that Trump campaigned on.   




Or they could vote to keep the economy rolling and for securing our border. 




The border is secure and Dems already helped turn the economy around by supporting Obama's plan. Not everyone owns stock so the economy would be rolling more for the middle class if it wasn't for the Trump tariffs and tax cut for the 1%. 




Some see 20 mil in our country illegally. Wages going up, unemployment record lows. Better trade deals. Not everybody believes the Dem spin.




No spin needed. The data says there were record deportations under the last Dem POTUS. Wages are going up and unemployment was going down thanks to the economy Trump inherited. 

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6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:32PM #27
Max
Posts: 42,830

Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:20PM, laurenf2 wrote:

...and a billion added to the deficit as Trump makes considerations to cut SS/medicare in favor to the 1%er tax cuts




^^^^^^^^^THAT!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Plus, TЯump and the Cons want to do away with Obamacare pre-existing condition protections in spite of what TЯump and the Cons are saying during election season. 

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6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:39PM #28
Max
Posts: 42,830

Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:27PM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:20PM, laurenf2 wrote:

...and a billion added to the deficit as Trump makes considerations to cut SS/medicare in favor to the 1%er tax cuts



Can you provide a link to Trump wanting to cut SS/medicare? 


 If not no pork buns for you,




The link includes a link to Trump's budget. 


Trump's budget cuts Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, breaking core campaign promise


thinkprogress.org/trump-promises-cuts-me... via @thinkprogress

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6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 2:58PM #29
yank0428
Posts: 16,759

Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:28PM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:57PM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 1:02PM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:38AM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 11:18AM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 10:57AM, laurenf2 wrote:


I'm jittery...lets hope DEMs can at least take back the house. It's pouring in NYC....Will be heading out shortly....




There will be no counting chickens before they hatch here, not in the present political climate. No jitters here either, because it won't change the vote count. It is what it is. In my opinion it's going to be up to Generation Instagram to get out and vote for democrats. Most of the future is there's and unlike election day 2016 their eyes should be wide open now. So it's up to them to be the difference makers. Either they will vote for tax cuts for the 1% at the expense of the middle class and elderly or they won't. Either they will vote for a better environment and political climate or they will vote for the fear and lies that Trump campaigned on.   




Or they could vote to keep the economy rolling and for securing our border. 




The border is secure and Dems already helped turn the economy around by supporting Obama's plan. Not everyone owns stock so the economy would be rolling more for the middle class if it wasn't for the Trump tariffs and tax cut for the 1%. 




Some see 20 mil in our country illegally. Wages going up, unemployment record lows. Better trade deals. Not everybody believes the Dem spin.




No spin needed. The data says there were record deportations under the last Dem POTUS. Wages are going up and unemployment was going down thanks to the economy Trump inherited. 




Do we have to bring up how they counted deportations? Spin.


www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/...


 By not giving Trump his due credit on the economy is why it's spin.


 https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/07/how-trump-has-set-economic-growth-on-fire.html



How he did it



Trump's economic program was very simple: an attack on taxes and regulations with an extra dose of spending on infrastructure and the military that would create a supply shock to a moribund economy.


On the tax side, the White House pushed through a massive $1.5 trillion reform plan that sliced the highest-in-the-world corporate tax from 35 percent to 21 percent and lowered rates for millions of taxpayers, though the cuts for individuals will expire in 2025.


On deregulation, Trump ordered that rules be pared back or eliminated across the board. During his time in office, Congress has cut back on the Dodd-Frank banking reforms, particularly in areas affecting regional and community institutions, rolled back a multitude of environmental protections that he said were killing jobs and took a hatchet to dozens of other rules. (The left-leaning Brookings Institution think tank has a rolling deregulation tracker that can be viewed here.)


During the first year of his administration, "significant regulatory activity" had declined 74 percent from where it was in the same period of the Obama administration, according to data collected by Bridget Dooling, research professor at GW's Regulatory Studies Center.



The Dodd-Frank rollbacks have been particularly helpful to community banks, whose share prices collectively are up more than 25 percent over the past year. Small-cap stocks in general have strongly outperformed the broader market, gaining 23 percent over the past 12 months at a time when the S&P 500 is up 17 percent.


The Federal Register, where business rules are stored and thus serves as a proxy for regulatory activity, was 19.2 percent smaller from Inauguration Day until Aug. 16 under Trump than during the same period for Obama.


"You can think of that as turning off the spigot of new regulations," Dooling said in an interview. She said more aggressive movement appears to be on the way.


Dooling said recent regulatory changes from the Environmental Protection Agency and the departments of Education and Labor will advance deregulation in an even "more meaningful way."


In addition to expected deregulation benefits, there's also anticipation that the true benefits of tax cuts have yet to kick in. Mick Mulvaney, head of the Office of Management and Budget, recently told CNBC that he attributes the bulk of new economic growth to deregulation rather than the tax cuts, whose benefits he expects to come later.


"It's still too early to tell. We haven't seen any of the multipliers yet from tax reform," said Jacob Oubina, senior U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets. "We have enough in terms of ammunition to put in 3 percent growth for the rest of this year and even all of 2019, but we haven't seen sort of this spike in activity yet."


There's been another interesting trend that is peculiar to the Trump economy: a drifting of benefits from urban centers to nonmetropolitan areas, which are seeing their first collective population growth since 2010.


Trump's tax cuts "should deliver greater tax relief to rural areas where there is a higher rate of small business owners who will benefit from the favorable pass-through tax rates," Joseph Song, U.S. economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said in a recent note to clients.



6 months ago  ::  Nov 06, 2018 - 3:00PM #30
laurenf2
Posts: 9,384

Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:39PM, Max wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:27PM, yank0428 wrote:


Nov 6, 2018 -- 2:20PM, laurenf2 wrote:

...and a billion added to the deficit as Trump makes considerations to cut SS/medicare in favor to the 1%er tax cuts



Can you provide a link to Trump wanting to cut SS/medicare? 


 If not no pork buns for you,




The link includes a link to Trump's budget. 


Trump's budget cuts Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, breaking core campaign promise


thinkprogress.org/trump-promises-cuts-me... via @thinkprogress




Thanks Max...save me the time to search for a link....

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