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The Sad Truth About The Right Wing American Poison Pill

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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:23 AM
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a reply to: SeekingAlpha




they were organized enough to put together laws that promote jobs and trade in this country.


Damn. You are your own worst enemy.



When Mr. Obama retook office in 2012, U.S. exports were $2.2 trillion. Projections for 2016 are expected to be about $2.2 trillion.


So. No growth in 4 years, despite his promise of 1 million new jobs. The few jobs he did provide, were low paying McJobs in fast food or service industries.

And, he killed the jobs that would actually support a family. You just believe whatever the Liberal BS Of The Day tells you to believe, huh?


According to manufacturing employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, since Mr. Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. has lost about 303,000 manufacturing jobs.




posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:25 AM
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originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Wide variety?! What world do you live in?




originally posted by: TruMcCarthy
Republicans have a wide variety of opinion in their party, it makes it hard to come to a consensus and get things passed. Democrats are just socialists and communists, so it's easy for them to be in lock-step. The Republican party isn't all that united on ideology, it's basically just an anti-Democrat/anti-Communist party.


You have the Establishment, the Moderates, the Religious, the Libertarians, the Fiscal Conservatives etc. You think Rand Paul and John McCain see eye-to-eye on most issues? You think Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham agree very often? You think the Freedom Caucus and Paul Ryan are tight-knit? No offense, you seem completely clueless about the Republican Party.
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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:26 AM
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a reply to: Konduit

I like that 2nd one. Wish I could make stuff like that



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:27 AM
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Fool. Manufacturing jobs are disappearing because of automation.

Stop cherry picking facts to support your alternative world. The reality is that Obama took a sinking ship that GWB left him and grew the overall economy. Something that Trump can't and has no mental endurance to do.



originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: SeekingAlpha




they were organized enough to put together laws that promote jobs and trade in this country.


Damn. You are your own worst enemy.



When Mr. Obama retook office in 2012, U.S. exports were $2.2 trillion. Projections for 2016 are expected to be about $2.2 trillion.


So. No growth in 4 years, despite his promise of 1 million new jobs. The few jobs he did provide, were low paying McJobs in fast food or service industries.

And, he killed the jobs that would actually support a family. You just believe whatever the Liberal BS Of The Day tells you to believe, huh?


According to manufacturing employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, since Mr. Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. has lost about 303,000 manufacturing jobs.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:29 AM
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Democrats have just the same and are more inclusive in diversity than Republicans. Yet, they can pass bills. Why can't the Republicans? Epic fail.


originally posted by: TruMcCarthy

originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Wide variety?! What world do you live in?




originally posted by: TruMcCarthy
Republicans have a wide variety of opinion in their party, it makes it hard to come to a consensus and get things passed. Democrats are just socialists and communists, so it's easy for them to be in lock-step. The Republican party isn't all that united on ideology, it's basically just an anti-Democrat/anti-Communist party.


You have the Establishment, the Moderates, the Religious, the Libertarians, the Fiscal Conservatives etc. You think Rand Paul and John McCain see eye-to-eye on most issues? You think Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham agree very often? You think the Freedom Caucus and Paul Ryan are tight-knit? No offense, you seem completely clueless about the Republican Party.

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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:33 AM
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originally posted by: TruMcCarthy
Republicans have a wide variety of opinion in their party, it makes it hard to come to a consensus and get things passed. Democrats are just socialists and communists, so it's easy for them to be in lock-step. The Republican party isn't all that united on ideology, it's basically just an anti-Democrat/anti-Communist party.


I am a Communist...

and a registered Republican who voted for Trump...

welcome to the 21st century.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:39 AM
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a reply to: starwarsisreal

CNN is not "the left"...


CNN is only the left if your counting every thing not hard core republican "the left".

The left is just what they call anyone who doesn't agree with them..



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:40 AM
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originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
again, it's better than any version of the garbage that your right wing congress can muster together.

How's that 17% approval rating for the obamacare repeal? What a joke.



originally posted by: RazorV66
a reply to: SeekingAlpha

Wow....I am surprised they let you jump on a computer so soon after YOUR lobotomy.
That Obamacare really must be pretty good.


The joke is having to repeal the failed ACA in the first place. It was a failure before it ever got out of the gate. I personaly don't think the revised version was right and apparently neither does congress.

Honestly, I don't think either party is in the vicinity for an answer to affordable health care for the masses. Whatever passes will still be BS. They're all bought and paid for with vested interest for their own monetary gain. They're not going to want to give that up.

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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:41 AM
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originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Democrats have just the same and are more inclusive in diversity than Republicans. Yet, they can pass bills. Why can't the Republicans? Epic fail.


originally posted by: TruMcCarthy

originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Wide variety?! What world do you live in?




originally posted by: TruMcCarthy
Republicans have a wide variety of opinion in their party, it makes it hard to come to a consensus and get things passed. Democrats are just socialists and communists, so it's easy for them to be in lock-step. The Republican party isn't all that united on ideology, it's basically just an anti-Democrat/anti-Communist party.


You have the Establishment, the Moderates, the Religious, the Libertarians, the Fiscal Conservatives etc. You think Rand Paul and John McCain see eye-to-eye on most issues? You think Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham agree very often? You think the Freedom Caucus and Paul Ryan are tight-knit? No offense, you seem completely clueless about the Republican Party.


You said there was no wide variety in the Republican Party. There is, which is why they can't pass bills. It's nearly impossible for a Rand Paul type and a John McCain type to agree on much of anything. In many ways a grid-locked Government is a good thing, it limits the amount of damage they can do. But it would be nice if the important things were taken care of a little more hastily, like tax reform.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:43 AM
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originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: SeekingAlpha




This is what happens when you have a raving mob of delusional mental midgets who can't bear to accept realty



With the likes of Pelosi, Waters, Schumer and Clinton, you have the nerve to post that. It's a shame you can't see the massive failures by your own party. The party of "Identity Politics" and "Feelings Before Facts". The party of "Think like Me or you are a racist, homophobe, blahblahblah".
The Democrats ran this country into the ground for 8 years with that BS and your pathetic whining won't change the fact that people are sick of it.
Why do you think you guys keep losing election after election?


Oh and don't forget the other intellectual leviathan, Hank Johnson. He's the one that brought us the most important fact in the modern world. Of course I'm referring to the possibility of the Island of Guam tipping over if there's too much weight on top.

We should just get some folks together and find a solution for this problem. I'm thinking maybe just tie thousands of inflated inner tubes all around the island. 20ft spacing should do the trick if all my calculations are correct.

Anybody wanna go? We just HAVE to mobilize an expedition to attempt to prevent this tragedy from occurring.

I just can't seem to get a good night's sleep knowing that this could happen.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:57 AM
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a reply to: SeekingAlpha

Interesting. Let us compare the first 6 months with each President.

Obama's



Trumps


Seems like the government doesn't really have to do anything. Trump is doing it all on his own.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 12:58 AM
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I think both capitalism and communism in the end creates the same power pyramid manipulation since people with self interest destroy equality (in capitalism by destroying the possibility of free market, in communism by creating a privileged class controlling the narrative).



Maybe it is time for a system where suffering is not allowed (maybe in the form of the venus project?). Capitalism will die due to there will not be a need for 90% of all people due to automation. Good because it is insane to be a slave to a fiat debt based currency system where banks create money out of thin air and is disconnected from real value. The whole economic system is just a big Ponzi scheme.

And when it comes to presidents I wanted Ron Paul to see if the Industrial Military Complex could be halted and stop the insane politics in Middle east. Trump did not drain the swamp but Clinton is clearly part of the problem and not the solution. If Trump or Hillery was trying to solve the middle east problem then Saudi Arabia is the country in need of regime change (if you want peace and not sell weapons to fundamentalist Sunni that end up in ISIS type groups).




posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 01:03 AM
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LOL! Trump's economy.....are you serious!?!? If you know anything about economics, it takes at least 1 year before the overall economy adjusts to a new administration's fiscal policies. What you just posted below is a confirmation that Obama has succeeded you idiot.



originally posted by: 3daysgone
a reply to: SeekingAlpha

Interesting. Let us compare the first 6 months with each President.

Obama's



Trumps


Seems like the government doesn't really have to do anything. Trump is doing it all on his own.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 01:23 AM
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Obama has succeeded you idiot.


Ooo name calling. That kind of tells how triggered you are right now.

And just to play the game.




posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 01:27 AM
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Obviously since the market grew stagnant in 2015 right through 2016 with some big dips in 2016 you are showing economic misgivings. The market soared after Trump won the election. Not because of what Obama did, but merely for the fact of who got elected. Actually the very next day. Where the hell have you been?
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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 01:35 AM
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You state that the approval ratings for Republicans in Congress is low yet omit that it is just as bad for Democrats - which is a classic example spin and of fake news.



When you look at the poor ratings congress has, you need to look no further than the wack jobs that are in the right wing congress.


Paul Ryan 37%
Nancy Pelosi 33%
Chuck Schumer 26%
Mitch McConnell 25%




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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 01:55 AM
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Where's Antedillivian, he makes MUCH better trolling threads.
This thread appears to be the work of a 12 year old child.



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 02:01 AM
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originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Democrats have just the same and are more inclusive in diversity than Republicans. Yet, they can pass bills. Why can't the Republicans? Epic fail.


originally posted by: TruMcCarthy

originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
Wide variety?! What world do you live in?




originally posted by: TruMcCarthy
Republicans have a wide variety of opinion in their party, it makes it hard to come to a consensus and get things passed. Democrats are just socialists and communists, so it's easy for them to be in lock-step. The Republican party isn't all that united on ideology, it's basically just an anti-Democrat/anti-Communist party.


You have the Establishment, the Moderates, the Religious, the Libertarians, the Fiscal Conservatives etc. You think Rand Paul and John McCain see eye-to-eye on most issues? You think Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham agree very often? You think the Freedom Caucus and Paul Ryan are tight-knit? No offense, you seem completely clueless about the Republican Party.


Thread not working as intended!!!

Abort, Deflect, Abort!!!



posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 02:10 AM
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originally posted by: SeekingAlpha
This is a topic about an under reported issue in America.

The republicans have the unholy trinity of having the majority in the house, senate, and the presidency. With having all of the cards stacked in their favor, they can't do anything right and have been a major failure legislatively. Think about this, you don't even need consent from the democrats with your majority to pass laws, yet you guys can't even do that. Seriously, there is no need for Trump to issue executive orders with having this majority, but he has to in order to pass any laws in this country.

When you look at the poor ratings congress has, you need to look no further than the wack jobs that are in the right wing congress. They can't legislate anything worthwhile for ALL Americans and as a result, they can't pass anything that becomes law.

Let's face it. This is what happens when you have a raving mob of delusional mental midgets who can't bear to accept realty of global economics and politics that they have to resort to isolationistic politics and staying within their safe space of infowars and fox news to make sure their fragile minds and believes are not challenged.

This is the face of republican politics today. It's a shadow of its former self that has devolved into this steaming pile of dung that does nothing for the people of this country except for the ultra rich blood sucking vampires such as the Koch and Mercer families. How you idiots continue to support these fools is beyond me. A lobotomy might be in order for you all and your right wing congress/president. Drain the f'ing swamp already.



Well, again...let me repeat the reason I continue to support a (fool) is because HRC is corrupt beyond words and I could not vote for her. I could not vote for someone who took our national security secrets home to a non-properly secured, personal, basement server, and then shared them(?) with her assistant who then took them home and somehow her pedo husband got them on his computer. So I, and perhaps millions of others, decided to give someone else a chance. So I understand where you are coming from for sure, but I don't know who else would have even done a better job.

As a side note: I walked uptown on a sunny afternoon to vote, and I did not run into any russians here in Indiana who tried to influence my vote.
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posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 02:53 AM
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originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: starwarsisreal

CNN is not "the left"...


CNN is only the left if your counting every thing not hard core republican "the left".

The left is just what they call anyone who doesn't agree with them..


Seriously? The left has become insanely delusional. It's scary.



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