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Deficits are much less damaging when you have robust economic growth. Obama didn't hit 3% in any year of his terms, the first ever not to do so.

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Its clear the DEMOCRAT LEADERSHIP has let us down...many including Obama thought that Trump once in office would moderate his stance...that we should give him a chance.

That failed completely.

The only thing left standing between tyranny and the semblance of a free society are the people.

RESIST!


So you are ready to make that assessment after 4 days of Trump being in office? What was your stance on Obama when he was still blaming GWB well into his second term?

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


You need to stop.

He never mentioned what you are describing either. So glad our leader is making flippant comments on the internet in response to segments on the OReilly Factor.
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There are way more dangerous cities than Chicago, like Newark.



How can that be Cory Booker fixed Newark remember? You voted him in as Senator on this accomplishment.

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


You need to stop.

He never mentioned what you are describing either. So glad our leader is making flippant comments on the internet in response to segments on the OReilly Factor.

There are way more dangerous cities than Chicago, like Newark.


You are just throwing bombs.... not sure you even know how martial law declared... you certainly do not know the difference between Chiraq and Newark.

All I did was cite a previous Federal response tactic to other troubled cities. Why Chicago has been ignored while hundreds are shot or killed annually was a disgrace.





That was a federal response to a police involved shooting, not gang violence. Is the federal government going to step in and prosecute every gang shooting?

I lived in Chicago. The shootings there are the one of the biggest challenges facing the city. Everyone is well aware of the problem.



You did live in Chicago??? How long have you lived here that you think the violence in Newark is worse than Chicago. As I said in an earlier response the takeover of police forces was a DOJ "tactic" that I used to demonstrate how the DOJ could intercede to stop violence in Chicago without jumping to martial law immediately.

Curious why you purposely crafted your opening statement to be so "vague" in terms of identifying what town or city might under martial law? Coming to an unknown town or city near you MARTIAL LAW! Oh those nasty Republicans.

Can't wait for you left wing loons to recycle the same conspiracy theories the right wing loons used during the Obama years. FEMA Shelter Camps deployed by Obama are really concentration camps etc.....

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C'mon Trump, make it happen.


I am hoping his planned budget cuts go through (ie. a 20% reduction in the federal workforce) and his infrastructure projects get bogged down in Congress.

The United States has a massive debt bubble to deal with. Right now interest rates are basically negative in real terms, which has made the debt cheap to finance. A lot of the debt notes though are short term. A spike in interest rates will increase debt service significantly.

Other debt issues:

Social Security went cash flow negative in 2010. In the not too distant future, SS payments will be reduced.

Medicare is even in worse shape than Social Security.

State level public pension funds are in terrible shape. If there is a market correction, the chances of a State level pension default(s) is high (IL and RI will probably be the first to go). Since interest rates were kept so low, more and more of the pension assets were invested in higher risk investments (chasing yield). China for example has a very high debt load denominated in dollars. As the dollar strengthens, those debts are going to get harder and harder to service, which will lead to defaults.... which means investors (i.e. pension funds) will have to write off assets.


MDM, the key is economic growth. And at this point, it's grow or die.
http://www.optimist123.com/optimist/2006/12/the_shrinking_d.html

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The United States has a massive debt bubble to deal with. Right now interest rates are basically negative in real terms, which has made the debt cheap to finance. A lot of the debt notes though are short term. A spike in interest rates will increase debt service significantly.


Yes it will and "president" trump is only going to make it worse.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/24/us/ ... t-deficit-trump.html?_r=0

"After seven years of fitful declines, the federal budget deficit is projected to swell again, adding nearly $10 trillion to the federal debt over the next 10 years, according to projections from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. The numbers reveal the strain that government debt could have on the economy as President Trump presses to slash taxes and ramp up spending."

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Chicago was ignored for one of 2 reasons.

1. Obama didn't want to make Emanuel look bad.

2. As long as the gangbangers are generally only killing each other, the authorities are looking the other way.


I think you are right on both counts, but I'm not sure what the federal government can do to curtail gang violence short of ending the war on drugs.

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


You need to stop.

He never mentioned what you are describing either. So glad our leader is making flippant comments on the internet in response to segments on the OReilly Factor.

There are way more dangerous cities than Chicago, like Newark.


You are just throwing bombs.... not sure you even know how martial law declared... you certainly do not know the difference between Chiraq and Newark.

All I did was cite a previous Federal response tactic to other troubled cities. Why Chicago has been ignored while hundreds are shot or killed annually was a disgrace.





That was a federal response to a police involved shooting, not gang violence. Is the federal government going to step in and prosecute every gang shooting?

I lived in Chicago. The shootings there are the one of the biggest challenges facing the city. Everyone is well aware of the problem.

With that said murders in Chicago are generally trending downwards. They haven't gone north of 600 since 2003, and only two years above 500 since then.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/lo ... 7-20160302-htmlstory.html

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Its clear the DEMOCRAT LEADERSHIP has let us down...many including Obama thought that Trump once in office would moderate his stance...that we should give him a chance.

That failed completely.

The only thing left standing between tyranny and the semblance of a free society are the people.

RESIST!

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Chicago was ignored for one of 2 reasons.

1. Obama didn't want to make Emanuel look bad.

2. As long as the gangbangers are generally only killing each other, the authorities are looking the other way.

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


You need to stop.

He never mentioned what you are describing either. So glad our leader is making flippant comments on the internet in response to segments on the OReilly Factor.

There are way more dangerous cities than Chicago, like Newark.


You are just throwing bombs.... not sure you even know how martial law declared... you certainly do not know the difference between Chiraq and Newark.

All I did was cite a previous Federal response tactic to other troubled cities. Why Chicago has been ignored while hundreds are shot or killed annually was a disgrace.




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You guys seriously believe he will accomplish anything?

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Let's bring the NYC 7 line to Jersey City. I need an alternative to get to work than PATH.

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I am hoping his planned budget cuts go through (ie. a 20% reduction in the federal workforce) and his infrastructure projects get bogged down in Congress.

The United States has a massive debt bubble to deal with. Right now interest rates are basically negative in real terms, which has made the debt cheap to finance. A lot of the debt notes though are short term. A spike in interest rates will increase debt service significantly.

Other debt issues:

Social Security went cash flow negative in 2010. In the not too distant future, SS payments will be reduced.

Medicare is even in worse shape than Social Security.

State level public pension funds are in terrible shape. If there is a market correction, the chances of a State level pension default(s) is high (IL and RI will probably be the first to go). Since interest rates were kept so low, more and more of the pension assets were invested in higher risk investments (chasing yield). China for example has a very high debt load denominated in dollars. As the dollar strengthens, those debts are going to get harder and harder to service, which will lead to defaults.... which means investors (i.e. pension funds) will have to write off assets.

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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


Even I think this is an alarmist statement, and it doesn't really help anyone. Federal assistance to a police force does not equal marshal law. Even if the feds 100% replace the local Chicago PD, that still doesn't make it martial law. We would have to suspend the normal rule of law, and I sincerely hope that wouldn't happen.


That sounds even worse. Ceding local control of our police forces to the federal government is a frightening proposition. If Trump is serious about fighting crime in Chicago he should legalize drugs.

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


You need to stop.

He never mentioned what you are describing either. So glad our leader is making flippant comments on the internet in response to segments on the OReilly Factor.

There are way more dangerous cities than Chicago, like Newark.

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C'mon Trump, make it happen.

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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.


Even I think this is an alarmist statement, and it doesn't really help anyone. Federal assistance to a police force does not equal marshal law. Even if the feds 100% replace the local Chicago PD, that still doesn't make it martial law. We would have to suspend the normal rule of law, and I sincerely hope that wouldn't happen.

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STOP... he never mentioned martial law in Chicago. He said he would send Federal Resources which starts with DOJ. Very similar to what Obama / Holder did in Ferguson and a dozen other cities with the federal goverment taking over the local police forces.

This Chicago problem was ignored by Obama DOJ and it was a promise to the black community to help stop the killings.... maybe JC will be next?


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Trump casually mentioning that he might institute martial law in one of our most populous cities. Our President is insane, the Republican Party is now an authoritarian party.

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And President Trump's choice for UN rep, Indian/American Nikki Haskell, sails through the confirmation process!


Nikki Haley.

I know they're hard to keep track of, but you're getting Trump's rich, celebrity pals confused.

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When is Trump going to get over the fact that he already won the election and get on with doing something other than signing executive orders..


So far his executive orders are in line with what is granted under the Constitutional executive powers. i.e. Restricting VISAs of specific nationalities. Carter did the same with Iranians during the hostage crisis.

Trump first has to get all his Secretaries through the Senate. This takes time and there has been some resistance to a few of the nominees, in particular his pick to run the CIA, who's confirmation was delayed.

What will come next will be the appointments making changes to their respective agencies. I expect a lot of people will be leaving the Dept. of Energy as a start.

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When is Trump going to get over the fact that he already won the election and get on with doing something other than signing executive orders. At this rate it looks like he'll have more executive orders signed than Obama did in 8 years. I guess it's okay when their guy does it, but with Obama it's called presidential overreach

Trump is still going on about how we won the popular vote, if you don't count all the voter fraud in CA. This has been proven to be false MANY times. Is his ego really that fragile that he can't even handle losing the popular vote as long as he still won the election?

Geez. Talk about someone that needs a safe space.


I agree. We need to move on. I thought Trump said it best after the election. If getting the popular vote was the way to win he would have campaigned differently. Leave it at that! I guess he really feels he can prove there was that much fraud. There are much more important issues in my mind.

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When is Trump going to get over the fact that he already won the election and get on with doing something other than signing executive orders. At this rate it looks like he'll have more executive orders signed than Obama did in 8 years. I guess it's okay when their guy does it, but with Obama it's called presidential overreach

Trump is still going on about how we won the popular vote, if you don't count all the voter fraud in CA. This has been proven to be false MANY times. Is his ego really that fragile that he can't even handle losing the popular vote as long as he still won the election?

Geez. Talk about someone that needs a safe space.

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And President Trump's choice for UN rep, Indian/American Nikki Haskell, sails through the confirmation process!

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$220 million is peanuts compared to how much we give to Israel every year, or how much we spent on the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions, or for Bush's tax cuts. But I never hear Republicans complain about it. Weird.



You will find plenty of criticism on the Right in regards to what we spend on foreign aid and the wars (which ramped back up again under Obama).

As for the tax cuts... Federal revenues (adjusted for inflation) started to climb again after the tax cut and continued until the housing crash in 2007.

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We have homeless children and veterans living on our streets, and we should be spending 220 million dollars/year to NGO's that promote abortion as family planning-to other freaking countries? To groups that worked with China on their 'one child' forced abortion policy?

This kind of alt left lunacy is what got President Trump elected.
$220 million is peanuts compared to how much we give to Israel every year, or how much we spent on the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions, or for Bush's tax cuts. But I never hear Republicans complain about it. Weird.

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You libs are so thin skinned. My post was humor. Also, Funny how you guys rail against the banks and the legislation that got us in the subprime mess until you are affected. Then you sing a different tune.
I don't even know what you're talking about. There's a big difference between banks aggressively issuing mortgages to people that can't afford them vs lowering interest rates for people to make houses more affordable.


As for the Detroit thing, it doesn't seem clear what happened there. It's not obvious it was fraud, and could have easily been poll station workers not properly storing ballot papers.


Here's a more recent article on it that pretty clearly explains that it was most likely user error. In any case, this is an issue of the machine tally not matching the paper tally, which isn't a problem that voter ID would solve.
http://www.freep.com/story/news/local ... ection-problems/95477456/

And I don't see how a net of 310 votes miscount means that somehow Trump won the popular vote.

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Whilst Obama's executive order reducing the rates may have helped you, it would have put the taxpayers at risk of another FHA taxpayer funded bailout.

FHA allows people with credit scores as low a 580 and as little as 3.5% down to qualify. These are not people who would qualify in the non-government insured mortgage market and therefore at a much higher risk of default.

The higher risk should result in higher rates for insurance to cover for that risk. That cost should be born by the people who are approved for an FHA loan. Doing otherwise puts the burden on the tax paying public as a whole if again, the insurance payments cannot cover the defaults.

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And figuring many of those votes came from California... I am not at all opposed to letting them leave The Union.

I saw another fake news poll where they said 1 of 3 Californians support secession. Let them go.. we will save money on a southern border shorter wall... unless we are forced to build on the length of the eastern Cali border.

Probably need to have that eastern wall scenario as part of the RFP to the wall building companies.


I was actually just thinking the same thing.

It's no secret that this country is deeply divided. Why not let California secede, so all the noxious "progressives" can leave Trump's America and go live in California?

Wouldn't this be a win for both sides? Of course, once the liberals move to California, they wouldn't be allowed back here.


It would be a progressive paradise.... President Gerry Brown... VP Slot would be a nice cat fight between Feinstein and Harris? I suspect Harris would win because Feinstein has occasionally made some logical comments regarding national security. Nancy Pelosi could be appointed the Chief Justice... they could even have an open border with Tijuana Mexico.

We could fund the eastern wall with a toll booth on the highway to Las Vegas NV. Ohhh we can only dream.





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You should be worried, but use the proper terminology. For too long, Democrats have been running up their vote totals through voter fraud. In fact, the recount effort in Michigan was halted after Detroit was revealed to have registered more votes for Hillary than total registered voters.

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news ... roits-precincts/95363314/

If you need an ID to get a beer, you should have to present one in order to vote. There's no principled opposition to voter ID laws. Only politically convenient opposition from Democrats who don't want to lose their easy source of fraudulent votes.

So I expect that Republicans will use their power to pass meaningful voter ID laws around the country and this will be a great thing for our democracy.


Thank you comrade JCMan8 for providing voice of REASON cutting through the BS of the liberal democrat progressives that pollute this forum with fake news!

Our dear president actually WON the popular vote - he said it! 3.5 million votes stolen!!! If voter ID had only been requirement!

Now we need waterboarding for protesters, liberal journalists and those in social media that say bad things about our great populist leader!


Well put JC8man! Anyone who argues that bringing valid identification to the voting booth is a violation of their rights and is opression is not with arguing with.



And figuring many of those votes came from California... I am not at all opposed to letting them leave The Union.

I saw another fake news poll where they said 1 of 3 Californians support secession. Let them go.. we will save money on a southern border shorter wall... unless we are forced to build on the length of the eastern Cali border.

Probably need to have that eastern wall scenario as part of the RFP to the wall building companies.


I was actually just thinking the same thing.

It's no secret that this country is deeply divided. Why not let California secede, so all the noxious "progressives" can leave Trump's America and go live in California?

Wouldn't this be a win for both sides? Of course, once the liberals move to California, they wouldn't be allowed back here.

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You should be worried, but use the proper terminology. For too long, Democrats have been running up their vote totals through voter fraud. In fact, the recount effort in Michigan was halted after Detroit was revealed to have registered more votes for Hillary than total registered voters.

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news ... roits-precincts/95363314/

If you need an ID to get a beer, you should have to present one in order to vote. There's no principled opposition to voter ID laws. Only politically convenient opposition from Democrats who don't want to lose their easy source of fraudulent votes.

So I expect that Republicans will use their power to pass meaningful voter ID laws around the country and this will be a great thing for our democracy.


Thank you comrade JCMan8 for providing voice of REASON cutting through the BS of the liberal democrat progressives that pollute this forum with fake news!

Our dear president actually WON the popular vote - he said it! 3.5 million votes stolen!!! If voter ID had only been requirement!

Now we need waterboarding for protesters, liberal journalists and those in social media that say bad things about our great populist leader!


Well put JC8man! Anyone who argues that bringing valid identification to the voting booth is a violation of their rights and is opression is not with arguing with.



And figuring many of those votes came from California... I am not at all opposed to letting them leave The Union.

I saw another fake news poll where they said 1 of 3 Californians support secession. Let them go.. we will save money on a shorter southern border wall... unless we are forced to build on the length of the eastern Cali border.

Probably need to have that eastern wall scenario as part of the RFP to the wall building companies.

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