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My predication for Trump will be that he will shaft the very people that elected him ... Trump is no doubt an elitist, narcissist and sociopath.

I'm predicting worse conditions for the average working stiffs with reduced services (but increased costs) in health care and education. He'll definitely increase the number of prisons and increase the budgets to law enforcement (to keep them on side) and increase military budgets to employ more 'grunts / cattle fodder', to act / intimidate as the muscle for corporate America.

Manufacturing will never be what it was in the 30's - 60's as there are cheaper labor costs / availabilities abroad without all the environmental and labor red tape associated with production. I'm betting Trump is a huge advocate for globalization (many of his investments are abroad not to mention a golf course!) and will view it too expensive to operate in the US.

I'm betting Trump see's the main financial asset the US does extremely well, is the development of armaments and weapons and he'll do everything to protect that industry as it has proven to be an asset for corporate America.

I believe he will show total contempt to the needs of average 'joe citizen' - He knows how to manipulate 'joe citizen' but will never show empathy to the common man and only provide lip service to keep them on-board with his verbal attack on how bad things were.


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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...


The point was you could never trust the first report of any economic news from the previous administration. It was a critical necessity to perpetuate the Big Economic Lie that the economy was humming along with record unemployment lows.

The problem was not the report but the numbers they were including or excluding to paint their rosy picture of the economy. Whether it was GDP growth, inflation, or unemployment, you could always expect a correction announcement. Suddenly cold weather in the North was impacting the economy and depressing Xmas Season Shopping. As if this "cold weather phenomena" during winter was new?

Tricks like "inadvertently" counting part time seasonal Xmas jobs as full-time job growth in December.... then making jobs correction the end of January. Keeping interests rates low to maintain the "robust or fragile" economic recovery, all depending on who you talked too. Not to mention changing factors for measuring CPI by eliminating the "rising cost of food". At the moment it remains to be seen if this administration will use the same tricks. Let's hope that is not the case.


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Oh wow, a Politico article! Better post it to score some political points!

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White House dodges term Trumpcare
With the president unwilling so far to embrace Trumpcare, critics are hijacking the branding process with Ryancare, Obamacare-lite, and Obamacare 2.0.
By MATTHEW NUSSBAUM and JENNIFER HABERKORN 03/08/17 01:46 PM EST

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03 ... g-obamacare-repeal-235831


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i hear scumbag is looking at tweaking obama care and dodd-frank....not repealing it.


Obamacare will be referred to as "Trumpcare" with certain unnecessary provisions gotten rid of like same rates for pre-existing conditions. It's gonna be GREAT!

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.

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See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US


I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.


You're missing the point. We don't need Saudis in our country period.

Yes, it's great to have a strategic ally in the Middle East. But not at the expense of keeping our border vulnerable to terrorist attacks. What happens over here is much more of a direct threat than what happens over there.



No, you are missing the point. The perfect is not the enemy of the good.

The list for the travel ban is just a good start. Of course it could be improved if other countries were added. But what we have now still is helpful.


I understand your point completely. It's not a good solution if Saudi Arabians are still able to enter our country.

This is patting yourself on the back for fixing the faucet even though you have a huge hole in your roof. Congrats, but you have much bigger problems.

Trump could have banned Saudi Arabia but didn't. He banned other countries but not Saudi Arabia. So no, he's not actually concerned with making us safe.

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http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Comrades - BLAME IT ON OBAMA!

No, wait...this is GOOD news. Attribute to Trump in this instance. Good job Mr. Trump!

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html

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See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US


I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.


You're missing the point. We don't need Saudis in our country period.

Yes, it's great to have a strategic ally in the Middle East. But not at the expense of keeping our border vulnerable to terrorist attacks. What happens over here is much more of a direct threat than what happens over there.



No, you are missing the point. The perfect is not the enemy of the good.

The list for the travel ban is just a good start. Of course it could be improved if other countries were added. But what we have now still is helpful.

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I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.


You're missing the point. We don't need Saudis in our country period.

Yes, it's great to have a strategic ally in the Middle East. But not at the expense of keeping our border vulnerable to terrorist attacks. What happens over here is much more of a direct threat than what happens over there.


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Deflect, deflect.

That guy isn't the President.

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Question: What do you call a person who knowingly makes false claims, statements and accusations ?

Answer: TRUMP A liar


Actually, you call that person Khizr Khan. Exploiting his dead son for political gain wasn't enough, had to double down on the lies.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wo ... travel-may-be-unraveling/

Khizr Khan’s claim that the U.S. is restricting his travel may be unraveling

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic ... -moves-Kaloroma-home.html


Yeah, because more tax cuts for the wealthy and minimum wage jobs for the Trumpians won't do that?

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Question: What do you call a person who knowingly makes false claims, statements and accusations ?

Answer: TRUMP A liar

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I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.

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I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

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I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.

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I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

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I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.

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(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).

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See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US

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There is plenty of oil everywhere. I don't buy that argument anymore.


I don't think it's necessarily oil, either.

But surely there's a reason why we support an authoritarian regime that sponsors Islamic terrorism. 79% of the 9/11 Bombers were from Saudi Arabia. Should we ban them? Nah

The fact that Iran is on the list and Saudi Arabia isn't is a complete joke.

Hopefully Trump will see it that way.


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There is plenty of oil everywhere. I don't buy that argument anymore.
there might be plenty of oil but is it coming from stable or friendly countries....where is it gonna come from? russia? venezuela? iran? libya? africa - nope, china has pretty much locked up african crude?


We have our own oil. Wasn't the criticism of the Iraq was that it was done to seize control of oil?
true..but saudi arabia remains among the top 3 exporters of crude to the us. and the type of crude that saudi arabia exports could also be a big factor. and don't forget about our allies needing all that oil. plus saudi arabia has been a piggy bank for the us, in financing wars in syria, etc

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there might be plenty of oil but is it coming from stable or friendly countries....where is it gonna come from? russia? venezuela? iran? libya? africa - nope, china has pretty much locked up african crude?


We have our own oil. Wasn't the criticism of the Iraq was that it was done to seize control of oil?

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I don't think it's necessarily oil, either.

But surely there's a reason why we support an authoritarian regime that sponsors Islamic terrorism. 79% of the 9/11 Bombers were from Saudi Arabia. Should we ban them? Nah

The fact that Iran is on the list and Saudi Arabia isn't is a complete joke.

Hopefully Trump will see it that way.

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I don't think it's necessarily oil, either.

But surely there's a reason why we support an authoritarian regime that sponsors Islamic terrorism. 79% of the 9/11 Bombers were from Saudi Arabia. Should we ban them? Nah

The fact that Iran is on the list and Saudi Arabia isn't is a complete joke.

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There is plenty of oil everywhere. I don't buy that argument anymore.

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Why hasn't Trump banned Saudi Arabians from the US - Wasn't there a number of Saudi's that crashed the planes in the WTC ... and wasn't Bin Laden a Saudi too ? Oh Siht ! We still get oil from them ... my bad.
really, you don't think trump is gonna do anything to jeopardize that oil....neither did obama or gwb for that matter.

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Why hasn't Trump banned Saudi Arabians from the US - Wasn't there a number of Saudi's that crashed the planes in the WTC ... and wasn't Bin Laden a Saudi too ? Oh Siht ! We still get oil from them ... my bad.

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This time, right in NYC.

A 65 year old Hispanic man (Puerto Rican and Colombian) was arrested and charged with hate crimes after being caught writing “KKK” and “Mexican Go Home” on Penn Station walls. Keep it coming!

http://nypost.com/2017/03/06/man-arre ... wastikas-in-penn-station/


The article makes no mention of his political leanings but does mention him griping about Mexicans taking jobs. Are you really that ignorant that you think just because he's Puerto Rican and Colombian he can't possibly be racist against Mexicans?? ....You are aware those are all different countries right?

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