Beren wrote:Would you, please, show me a macroeconomic equation with stock market indices? I haven't seen one yet.
That's because macroeconomic equations deal with prices as a whole, not smaller constituents.
If money supply(M) increases, generally prices(P) increase too. There is plenty of money supply(M) growth, if you haven't noticed. Unsurprisingly, the price (P) of the stock market is going up as a result.
jimjam wrote:Future historians will regard this as the Trump Plague and the Trump Depression.
They will regard it as the Trump miracle that the stock market was only down for a few months. They will regard the Democrats of developing a new n-word, non-essential, for America's more vulnerable workers.
jimjam wrote:The millions of deaths and the trillions of dollars lost worldwide will be due largely to Trump’s narcissism and obsessive hatred toward Obama.
He he he! People are not dying because of Trump's hatred of Obama. Are you sure those are cigars you are smoking?
jimjam wrote:There can be no progress in health or economics until Trump leaves office in Jan. 2021.
I can hear Hail to the Chief playing for Trump right now. It must be a contact high from all the smoke you're blowing.
annatar1914 wrote:What I do think is that the regular process in American history of one party in the two-party system imploding and then a similar party forming up to replace it, isn't going to happen this time.
Do you have a thought as to why? Dr. Steve Turley posits that it is because of the clash between modernism and postmodernism on the left. I've teed it up at 7:30 so you don't have to listen to the rest of his polemics:
What do you think of his theory?
JohnRawls wrote:They are both supposed to look after the US economy and this is what they are doing.
It's a bit of a tacit admission that Trump was right, and Biden is probably very nervous about the Democrats having alienated the white working class voters. This is only getting worse with all the BLM riots and the perceived need to lock down again.
XogGyux wrote: it is better for us to be the ones selling the robots to everyone else than to let china do the robots with their cheap labor and sell them to us
It's not where robots are made that is as important as where they are deployed. Or to put it another way, it's not where robots are produced that has the big economic impact, it's where they are deployed to produce other goods and services that has the big economic impact.
Hindsite wrote:In my opinion, Trump has done a good job as President, even as the Democrats try to undermine him every step of the way. That is why I will be voting for him in November. Also he is younger and sharper than dementia Joe Biden.
The Democrats have basically become unhinged. It's amazing to me that Joe Biden was the best they could do.
XogGyux wrote:ROFL, so Fauci in his 70's is too old for his job.
Fauci just played both sides for too long, so he has serious credibility issues along with many other politicians and bureaucrats. Even a Canadian can see this plainly:
Drlee wrote:As a CNN reporter said tonight, the White House is staffed with "Kool-Aid drinkers and next of kin".
So you're one of the few hundred thousand people who still watch CNN?
Drlee wrote:Trump spent 50 minutes making a campaign speech in the rose garden. This is something that no other president would ever have done.
Presidents are pretty much always putting their political ambitions front and center.
Drlee wrote:Sessions was defeated by a football coach in Alabama today.
Sessions was defeated by Chuck Schumer years ago. He's just finally realized it.
Drlee wrote:Of course the leadership of the CDC does not have the moral courage to resign en mass.
Or perhaps the savings accounts. Nobody wants to leave a stable paying job to look for something while Democrats are baying for lockdowns again. It makes it hard to get a job, and it makes people nervous if they can't make ends meet for awhile.
Drlee wrote:Arizona still does not have statewide mandatory masks.
See the Viva Frei vlog above. Fauci and others campaigned against the public using masks dishonestly, as a diversion to keep healthcare workers supplied. It's pretty obvious these people are liars, so basically people just don't believe them anymore. Viva Frei notes that Canada actually sent PPP to China and then suffered as China hoarded PPP, and Canada was as dependent on China for PPP as the US was. The only mainstream politician out there warning us about China is Trump. The rest of the emperors have no clothes.
-- Joe Biden