Hindsite wrote:Yes, of course.
please point out one, maybe 2, examples of Obese Donald taking responsibility for one of his failures.
Hindsite wrote:President Trump is acting like a real leader.
This is more meaningless than your usual shit. So was Attila The Hun.
blackjack21 wrote:He took responsibility for Hillary Clinton's failed presidential campaign.
blackjack21 wrote:He promised to cut the corporate tax rate and he did.
economic populist move? I don't think so. more help for his billionaire constituency down at The Club.
blackjack21 wrote:He promised to label China a currency manipulator and he did (although, he did say he would do it on day 1).
I'm with him here but, once again, populist? Populist means helping the peons, the "losers".
blackjack21 wrote:He promised to renegotiate NAFTA and he did.
I hear the new NAFTA is over 90% the same as the old NAFTA. Big fucking deal.
blackjack21 wrote:He promised to put tariffs on China and he did.
Oh …. his reckless easy to win trade war with unintended consequences pouring in world wide? I almost forgot
. Oh, higher prices for peons and losers are the only thing "trickling down" here.
blackjack21 wrote:He promised to appoint conservative judges and he did.
An economically populist move? I'm sure the peons and losers are just socking away lottsa cash because of a redneck judge out in Kansas
blackjack21 wrote:US corporations faced the highest corporate tax rates in the industrialized world. US companies banked their profits offshore as a result. Repatriation of money--especially given the nature of the fractional reserve banking system--means that US banks are doing better as a result, too.
One more time …… economic populist. The peons and losers are, I'm sure, thrilled by the banks raking in more dough re me.
"done little-to-nothing to improve the lives of the ordinary voters" …………… jimjam
blackjack21 wrote:Much of the cuts to income taxes went to middle and working classes at the expense of the upper classes. Trust me. I paid more.
Peanuts, if anything. Show me the magnitude, if anything ….. and i'm not interested in your taxes.
Meantime ….. unemployment rate is way down. Lottsa folks working at starvation level wages and making up the difference with multiple jobs or joining in with the all time high of family debt. An unexpected $400 expense? 50% of Americans cannot pay it or have to take out a loan from the "Up Your Ass E.Z. Credit Company".
In 2018, the richest 10% held 70% of total household wealth, cool.
blackjack21 wrote:Apparently, all those fans at Trump rallies disagree with you.
I completely agree that 40,000 open mouth dummies disagree with me. I am still awaiting a rally in S.F. or Donnies home town NYC.
"Society in those days was a perfectly competent, perfectly complacent, ruthless machine." Virginia Woolf 1897