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All you crying Liberal Scum Bags, your salty tears are the sweetest tasting victory that I am so happy to drink. Its about time we have someone who is going to put American's first. Every time I read your pathetic posts I sit back and think how great it is to be filling the Supreme Court. We are not stopping, this is just the beginning and I look forward to ruining the rest of the days for you while we have a leader that is going to put Americans first. Enough of the sanctuary cities, enough of free hand outs, enough of open boarders, enough of jobs leaving this country.


America first - what a crock of siht!
We have been in wars for oil in the past 20 years - Manufacturing in the US was shifted to Asia because of corporation greed at the cost of blue collar labor with legislation allowing that to happen because it was seen as a way to reduce consumer goods cost - where do you think all the CHEAP crap from walmart - staples - home depo comes from? Do you think the average joe will work for wages the Chinese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Mexican are prepared to work for ....We have been putting America first ever since we understood how to make money from wars and manufacturing .... Note the 2 largest employers are the MIlitary and Walmart.
Trump sure did put America first, that's why he has had foreign wives!

Just for the record, both parties had 2 of the worst individuals in history, to have represented them.

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All you crying Liberal Scum Bags, your salty tears are the sweetest tasting victory that I am so happy to drink. Its about time we have someone who is going to put American's first. Every time I read your pathetic posts I sit back and think how great it is to be filling the Supreme Court. We are not stopping, this is just the beginning and I look forward to ruining the rest of the days for you while we have a leader that is going to put Americans first. Enough of the sanctuary cities, enough of free hand outs, enough of open boarders, enough of jobs leaving this country.

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Fuhrer Trump! Drink!!

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Saving 1,000 jobs is great, but it is a PR stunt more than anything. Carrier is still laying off a substantial number of employees in Indiana, and state tax incentives (care of Gov Pence) had to be offered to keep just some of the jobs in the US. I don't think Trump traveling the country and offering tax breaks to every company that wants to offshore is a sustainable plan.

I am glad that Trump/Pence managed to save a few jobs, but to act like previous presidents or the current president haven't protected American jobs is simply ridiculous. I'll just leave these links here as examples of what can happen when the government successfully intervenes to prop up and save an industry. Note that the job gains are in the 100s of thousands.

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES3133600101?data_tool=XGtable
http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES4244100001?data_tool=XGtable


Funny that you say this, when even "progressives" websites such as the one run by Glenn Greenwald disagree with you. The evidence is damning:

Trump's Showdown With Manufacturer Exposes Obama's Weakness on Outsourcing

The most Obama has said about Carrier, at a June town hall in Indiana, is that some jobs “are just not going to come back.” He cited automation in manufacturing, enabling many fewer workers to staff a production line than in previous decades, though that’s a separate issue from Carrier’s outsourcing.

Later in the discussion, Obama challenged Trump’s promises to keep Carrier’s plant open. “He’s going to bring these jobs back. Well, how are you exactly going to do that, what are you going to do? There’s no answer to it.”

In fact, every tool Trump could possibly use to persuade Carrier to keep operations in Indiana has been available to Obama since the day of the company’s announcement. He has just chosen not to use them.

https://theintercept.com/2016/11/29/tr ... -weakness-on-outsourcing/

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It's all speculation on what TRUMP will or will not do ... The douche ain't in office yet, so hold off on what he might do. I'm looking forward to all the focus being placed on every aspect of his life, both past and present, when he piss's off more people.

I'm hoping that every ideal and outlandish viewpoint on women, business, immigration and his personal sociopathic views on all topics he has commented on, are realised - The US needs a reality check on how it's ended in the gutter of global social behavior.

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Saving 1,000 jobs is great, but it is a PR stunt more than anything. Carrier is still laying off a substantial number of employees in Indiana, and state tax incentives (care of Gov Pence) had to be offered to keep just some of the jobs in the US. I don't think Trump traveling the country and offering tax breaks to every company that wants to offshore is a sustainable plan.

I am glad that Trump/Pence managed to save a few jobs, but to act like previous presidents or the current president haven't protected American jobs is simply ridiculous. I'll just leave these links here as examples of what can happen when the government successfully intervenes to prop up and save an industry. Note that the job gains are in the 100s of thousands.

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES3133600101?data_tool=XGtable
http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES4244100001?data_tool=XGtable

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Wait, so you've admitted your first article (which claimed Trump wasn't bringing any manufacturing jobs back) was full of lies? Now you are conceding that he is indeed bringing those jobs back, but you don't like it because it's taking jobs away from foreigners.

Too bad. You can try to spin it as "thinking about how my actions might impact someone else," but this is pure nonsense coming from a position of privilege. Trump is finally putting Americans first and it's long overdue.


Hardly. While it is true that Trump may save a few people their jobs, I sincerely doubt that he is going to bring back anywhere close to the amount of jobs people think he is going to.

This is what I don't understand. Trump wants to make America great again, but it was already pretty great, and who is he making it great for? Certainly not anyone that disagrees with his platform.

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This is a great thing. Finally, an American president who actually cares about his own country! I know that's a very difficult concept for you "progressives" to understand, but the American people understand it quite well.


I know right! Thinking about how my actions might impact someone else is such a terrible thing to do. I'm sure glad our entire planet isn't interconnected, and we may have to depend on someone else in the future...oh, wait.

To suggest that former Presidents, Republican or Democrat, did not care about our country shows just how delusional the thinking in this country has become.


Wait, so you've admitted your first article (which claimed Trump wasn't bringing any manufacturing jobs back) was full of lies? Now you are conceding that he is indeed bringing those jobs back, but you don't like it because it's taking jobs away from foreigners.

Too bad. You can try to spin it as "thinking about how my actions might impact someone else," but this is pure nonsense coming from a position of privilege. Trump is finally putting Americans first and it's long overdue.

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This is a great thing. Finally, an American president who actually cares about his own country! I know that's a very difficult concept for you "progressives" to understand, but the American people understand it quite well.


I know right! Thinking about how my actions might impact someone else is such a terrible thing to do. I'm sure glad our entire planet isn't interconnected, and we may have to depend on someone else in the future...oh, wait.

To suggest that former Presidents, Republican or Democrat, did not care about our country shows just how delusional the thinking in this country has become.

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At least you finally got one thing right. Trump could cure world hunger, but the legacy media would find a way to harshly criticize him for it.

Meanwhile, your article has been debunked because other countries have said that they will be moving their manufacturing to the U.S. due to Trump, creating many new American jobs. Look at these examples from Korea.

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=217941


I guess I can see how it's related. It's been rumored that Carrier faced loosing their much more profitable defense contracts if they did not bend to Fuhrer Trumps will. Hell, even Bernie was getting in on the action. I guess companies will do a lot to keep their ability to sell products to the USA.

From your article" "Automakers and other exporters here will shift their production to the United States, following Donald Trump’s win in the U.S. election, according to the head of the European business community here on Thursday.

Jean-Christophe Darbes, chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ECCK) said it will become more difficult for Korean companies to ship their products to the world’s largest economy as President-elect Trump has vowed to prop up trade barriers against foreign products in a bid to revitalize U.S. manufacturing.

“Korea’s exports to the United States will likely decline as Trump, who has vowed to introduce protectionist measures, becomes the 45th U.S. president,” Darbes said. “Given that businesses react quickly to changes in the market, more Korean companies will set up plants in the United States to continue to do business there. But the problem is that this will have adverse effects on Korea’s efforts to create decent, high-paying jobs at home.”

So his plan is to threaten other countries till they do what he wants, and if they don't he'll start a trade war with the rest of the globe? You must think having an isolationist stance with the rest of the planet is a good thing.

Meanwhile your golden boy, who railed against Goldman Sachs and anyone who had anything to do with them, is busy stacking his cabinet with former GS employees and lobbyists. I guess it give me some hope for the future that majority of what Trump said on the campaign trail was BS, and was just said to make people like yourself vote for him.

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Trump's plan, which he is executing, is to use America's vast bargaining power to benefit Americans. Not illegals and not foreigners.

You quote the following like it's a bad thing:

"But the problem is that this will have adverse effects on Korea’s efforts to create decent, high-paying jobs at home."

This is a great thing. Finally, an American president who actually cares about his own country! I know that's a very difficult concept for you "progressives" to understand, but the American people understand it quite well.

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At least you finally got one thing right. Trump could cure world hunger, but the legacy media would find a way to harshly criticize him for it.

Meanwhile, your article has been debunked because other countries have said that they will be moving their manufacturing to the U.S. due to Trump, creating many new American jobs. Look at these examples from Korea.

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=217941

What examples? The article just says that Hyundai and others have already moved manufacturing to the US (years before Trump being elected), and then quotes some European guy saying "yeah Koreans will move more manufacturing over because of Trump."

This "article" has less substance than my urine and is proof of nothing.

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At least you finally got one thing right. Trump could cure world hunger, but the legacy media would find a way to harshly criticize him for it.

Meanwhile, your article has been debunked because other countries have said that they will be moving their manufacturing to the U.S. due to Trump, creating many new American jobs. Look at these examples from Korea.

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=217941


I guess I can see how it's related. It's been rumored that Carrier faced loosing their much more profitable defense contracts if they did not bend to Fuhrer Trumps will. Hell, even Bernie was getting in on the action. I guess companies will do a lot to keep their ability to sell products to the USA.

From your article" "Automakers and other exporters here will shift their production to the United States, following Donald Trump’s win in the U.S. election, according to the head of the European business community here on Thursday.

Jean-Christophe Darbes, chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ECCK) said it will become more difficult for Korean companies to ship their products to the world’s largest economy as President-elect Trump has vowed to prop up trade barriers against foreign products in a bid to revitalize U.S. manufacturing.

“Korea’s exports to the United States will likely decline as Trump, who has vowed to introduce protectionist measures, becomes the 45th U.S. president,” Darbes said. “Given that businesses react quickly to changes in the market, more Korean companies will set up plants in the United States to continue to do business there. But the problem is that this will have adverse effects on Korea’s efforts to create decent, high-paying jobs at home.”

So his plan is to threaten other countries till they do what he wants, and if they don't he'll start a trade war with the rest of the globe? You must think having an isolationist stance with the rest of the planet is a good thing.

Meanwhile your golden boy, who railed against Goldman Sachs and anyone who had anything to do with them, is busy stacking his cabinet with former GS employees and lobbyists. I guess it give me some hope for the future that majority of what Trump said on the campaign trail was BS, and was just said to make people like yourself vote for him.

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Mitt Romney as Secretary of State - this would be an excellent choice!

http://nypost.com/2016/11/29/romney-d ... p-is-close-to-a-decision/

Petraeus would also be a good, even considering his history...

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Trump reached a deal with Carrier to save 1,000 U.S. jobs. Obama and Hillary wouldn't have lifted a finger.

https://twitter.com/Carrier/status/803764047300722688

Not even in office yet and he's already Making America Great Again!


Beware of Donald Trump's con on manufacturing jobs

But who would listen to a tabloid like the Washington Post.


At least you finally got one thing right. Trump could cure world hunger, but the legacy media would find a way to harshly criticize him for it.

Meanwhile, your article has been debunked because other countries have said that they will be moving their manufacturing to the U.S. due to Trump, creating many new American jobs. Look at these examples from Korea.

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=217941

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Trump reached a deal with Carrier to save 1,000 U.S. jobs. Obama and Hillary wouldn't have lifted a finger.

https://twitter.com/Carrier/status/803764047300722688

Not even in office yet and he's already Making America Great Again!


Beware of Donald Trump's con on manufacturing jobs

But who would listen to a tabloid like the Washington Post.

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And people with common sense have no problem with those parts of the ACA... They have not even enacted the entire law because it would destroy the economy. The democrats passed the bill and then Obama cherry picked the parts he liked and then illegally used executive order to delay implementation of the other 90%.

It was the lying (you can keep your doctor/premiums and costs will come down) and when people learned the truth opening their premiums, that destroyed all chances that the law would succeed. It was the mandatory demand that everyone buy insurance to keep the democrat Ponzi scheme floating. It was the sweetheart deal for the taxpayers to underwrite losses to the insurance companies, which is why all the exchanges are crashing all over the country.

Other than that kind of stuff.... yes it was landmark stuff to be proud of... AAHHHHHAAAAAAAAHAAHH!



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Ahahahahahahahahaha

Meanwhile, 7 years later, Trump found out the real ACA for the first time:

President-elect Donald Trump is already signaling that he might backpedal on his promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, telling the Wall Street Journal Friday that he’d consider hanging onto popular Obamacare provisions such as “the prohibition against insurers denying coverage because of patients’ existing conditions, and a provision that allows parents to provide years of additional coverage for children on their insurance policies.”

“I like those very much,” he said. Three days into his transition, and it looks like the real estate tycoon is becoming a politician.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteve ... dy-waffling-on-obamacare/

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We need to hope that the democrats stick their heads deeper in their butts tomorrow by returning Nancy Pelosi back to her well deserved Minority Leader post.

At 77, she brightens the democrats future with her lean forward thinking style. Her legislative savvy, passing meaningful legislation is inspiring.

I always get choked remembering that moment when the democrat house majority unanimously passed ACA. Her first words in victory were " You have to pass the bill to find out what is in it!"


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We need to hope that the democrats stick their heads deeper in their butts tomorrow by returning Nancy Pelosi back to her well deserved Minority Leader post.

At 77, she brightens the democrats future with her lean forward thinking style. Her legislative savvy, passing meaningful legislation is inspiring.

I always get choked remembering that moment when the democrat house majority unanimously passed ACA. Her first words in victory were " You have to pass the bill to find out what is in it!"



I read that Chelsea Clinton (most privileged person in the country) is gearing up for her own Congressional run several years from now. That would be the best thing that ever happened to the GOP.

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Ahahahahahahahahaha

Meanwhile, 7 years later, Trump found out the real ACA for the first time:

President-elect Donald Trump is already signaling that he might backpedal on his promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, telling the Wall Street Journal Friday that he’d consider hanging onto popular Obamacare provisions such as “the prohibition against insurers denying coverage because of patients’ existing conditions, and a provision that allows parents to provide years of additional coverage for children on their insurance policies.”

“I like those very much,” he said. Three days into his transition, and it looks like the real estate tycoon is becoming a politician.

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We need to hope that the democrats stick their heads deeper in their butts tomorrow by returning Nancy Pelosi back to her well deserved Minority Leader post.

At 77, she brightens the democrats future with her lean forward thinking style. Her legislative savvy, passing meaningful legislation is inspiring.

I always get choked remembering that moment when the democrat house majority unanimously passed ACA. Her first words in victory were " You have to pass the bill to find out what is in it!"


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We need to hope that the democrats stick their heads deeper in their butts tomorrow by returning Nancy Pelosi back to her well deserved Minority Leader post.

At 77, she brightens the democrats future with her lean forward thinking style. Her legislative savvy, passing meaningful legislation is inspiring.

I always get choked remembering that moment when the democrat house majority unanimously passed ACA. Her first words in victory were " You have to pass the bill to find out what is in it!"


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Awesome This is good news.

Will he also move the manufacturing of Trump merchandise from overseas back to the USA?

Trump The Hypocrite: Investing Overseas Fine For Him
http://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartand ... ine-for-him/#36b95121936b

hahahahahahahahahaha

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Trump reached a deal with Carrier to save 1,000 U.S. jobs. Obama and Hillary wouldn't have lifted a finger.

https://twitter.com/Carrier/status/803764047300722688

Not even in office yet and he's already Making America Great Again!

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Trump reached a deal with Carrier to save 1,000 U.S. jobs. Obama and Hillary wouldn't have lifted a finger.

https://twitter.com/Carrier/status/803764047300722688

Not even in office yet and he's already Making America Great Again!

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One notable bill that Senator Hillary Clinton co-sponsored was the Flag Protection Act, which made burning our flag punishable by a year in jail and a $100,000 fine.

Oops!


oops indeed, but still unconstitutional no matter how many laws are passed.

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One notable bill that Senator Hillary Clinton co-sponsored was the Flag Protection Act, which made burning our flag punishable by a year in jail and a $100,000 fine.

Oops!

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so, now the Scumbag-elect is saying that there should be consequences for burning the american flag. is he not familiar with the fact that people have the right to burn the flag; the supreme court decided this.


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The general message I see from Trump supporters is, if you don't like then get the f**k out here and move to Canada or Cuba. It's like they forgot one of the core founding principles of this country.


Bullshit. It is the lefties who keep yammering about moving out. Me, I'd like you to stay. I am certainly enjoying your long faces and your despair. Eight years of entertainment!


Eight years? Presumptuous...

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Bullshit. It is the lefties who keep yammering about moving out. Me, I'd like you to stay. I am certainly enjoying your long faces and your despair. Eight years of entertainment!


I guess we're are both entitled to our opinions then.

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Bullshit. It is the lefties who keep yammering about moving out. Me, I'd like you to stay. I am certainly enjoying your long faces and your despair. Eight years of entertainment!

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It's possible to be not anti-Semitic (even Jewish) and be critical of Israel. Since when do you care about Jews?


I grew up in a mostly Jewish neighborhood, and many of my closest friends are Jews.

But when I read that Breitbart is alt-right and pro-Nazi, it cracks me up-Breitbart conceived Breitbart News while on a trip to Israel, he and his co-founder were Jewish, and one of Breitbart's platform is to support Israel. Sure sounds like a bunch of neo-Nazis to me!

And yes, you can be somewhat critical of Israel with being anti-Semitic-as you can be critical of Obama without being racist, but tell that to any Democrat and they'll dispute it.


So much sudden concern for anti-semitism from folks whose cars are plastered with "Free Palestine" stickers all over town. Being anti zionist contradicts your concerns for the Jewish people. Republicans have traditionally been kinder to Israel then the left. As a jew, I find Breitbart to be less threatening then MotherJones and The Salon (dare I say it, even NPR as of late)...because at least the readers of the former know to take this info with a grain of salt.

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so, now the Scumbag-elect is saying that there should be consequences for burning the american flag. is he not familiar with the fact that people have the right to burn the flag; the supreme court decided this.


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The general message I see from Trump supporters is, if you don't like then get the f**k out here and move to Canada or Cuba. It's like they forgot one of the core founding principles of this country.

Posted on: 2016/11/29 9:11
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so, now the Scumbag-elect is saying that there should be consequences for burning the american flag. is he not familiar with the fact that people have the right to burn the flag; the supreme court decided this.

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Thanks! I am already enjoying it - the longer the better. Just like W, it was a good ride - Trump will be awesome .

Yuuugggggeee! Can't wait for the next installment of SNL

Posted on: 2016/11/28 23:27
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