Go TRUMP! Jobless claims at lowest level in 28 years!
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« on: May 11, 2017, 08:50:48 pm »

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/continued-jobless-claims-at-lowest-level-in-28-years-2017-05-11

The snowflakes and libtards are desperately trying to find a way to make this sound like bad news.

If they can attack Trump over firing Comey when Hillary and Podesta were incessantly condemning Comey themselves.. there is no level of disinformation that they will stoop to attack Trump. 

By the way, it's so sad that Donald Trump caused Jimmy Kimmel's baby to have a heart problem.  (according to the libtards)
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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2017, 09:03:00 pm »

That would be headlining news had our incompetent president not fired the FBI director. Talk about bad timing  Cheers
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2017, 01:07:43 am »

Great news! Glad to see it is looking up... time will tell and hopefully the number keeps improving

as for the rest of what you said.. we get it, you do not like liberals but why bring up irrelevant points, to the discussion, and then insults too.. your article was great news and pushed along your idea that Trump is doing great, rest is just plain rude. Way to ruin it

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« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2017, 01:39:31 am »

Trump can't take responsibility for this (even though he will).

He has enacted no legislation or otherwise to improve the economy. No tax reforms. No new healthcare changes (affects 14 million jobs) etc. The momentum for improved employment has been in place for years before his inauguration. We've yet to see his plans for the economy.

Out of curiosity, what exactly has Trump done that would lead anyone to believe he's responsible for that since he's been in office 5 months with nothing to show for it save Gorsuch?

I believe the graph below from the Bureau of Labor Statistics makes the trend, and its origination, quite clear.
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« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2017, 02:08:49 am »

It takes MONTHS for a new administration to have an effect on the economy.

Get back to us in 2018 and we'll see how great everything is.
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« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2017, 02:11:52 am »

For extra reading materials:  https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/a-presidents-economic-decisions-matter-eventually/

It takes time for reforms and changes to take effect on the economy unless there's a major war somewhere. Most Presidents have to deal with the previous administration's economic policy decisions for most of their first term if not all of it assuming they make no changes to the laws and regulations. The old rule of thumb in economics class was, "The current President gets the economic results of the last President (assuming just 4 years)"

If Trump is still in office for a second term, you will begin to see what his policies have done to the economy at the end of his first term.
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« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2017, 02:26:34 am »

It takes MONTHS for a new administration to have an effect on the economy.

Get back to us in 2018 and we'll see how great everything is.

This is very true.. The small way a current president WOULD, however, influence things is promises & the confidence he instills -If people/businesses *feel* things *could* get better then this can affect certain statistics and situations.. but this is short lived and can sometimes work against progress - as it is all wishful thinking and based on a politician doing what they say they would do and we know life is never that easy lol
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« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2017, 02:53:02 am »

In order to make sense of all this, a simple look at the graph in the initial post on this subject,

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/continued-jobless-claims-at-lowest-level-in-28-years-2017-05-11

and see that the graph shows job improvement starting all the way back to 2009.  Your new president is in office for barely 4 months of this and surely can't take credit for the past 8 years, during which Barack was prez.

So far, i don't see the current prez doing much more that stirring shit. On the good side, he has given me many hour of fun, watching Youtubes of him and his lackeys stumbling about, making fools of themselves.

Hmmmm, interesting. I just looked at my net history and found that most of the really funny items have been pulled from youtube.  I guess you have to search youtube for: The Daily Show, Tevor Noah, Bill Maher, Hasan Minhaj (gorgeous), John Oliver, the late show, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert.

Here's Hasan doing his shtick:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of6PLJbMnxE&t=12s

They are doing a great job of turning a joke of a presidency into funny material.

-Bobby














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« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2017, 04:24:38 am »

LMAO I'm sorry... WHICH executive order helped accomplish this again? LOL Because it sure can't be policy.  Cheesy

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-05-10/california-leads-u-s-economy-away-from-trump?utm_content=view&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-view
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« Reply #9 on: May 12, 2017, 04:41:35 pm »

That would be headlining news had our incompetent president not fired the FBI director. Talk about bad timing  Cheers

Well, I don't think increasing the unemployed by one (Comey) will have much effect.

Comey had to go.  In fact, the biggest criticism that Trump is getting is that he waited over 100 days to fire him. 

Here's an idea.. why didn't Osama fire Comey? 
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« Reply #10 on: May 12, 2017, 04:45:26 pm »

Great news! Glad to see it is looking up... time will tell and hopefully the number keeps improving

as for the rest of what you said.. we get it, you do not like liberals but why bring up irrelevant points, to the discussion, and then insults too.. your article was great news and pushed along your idea that Trump is doing great, rest is just plain rude. Way to ruin it



Did I say "liberals"?  No I did not.. I said "libtards".    A libtard is a liberal that has gone off the deep end.  At the moment, the libtards such as John Lewis, Maxine Waters, Michael Moore, Stephen Colbert, and their ilk have become the voice of the liberals. 
(I was going to include Seth Myers, but nobody knows who he is).
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« Reply #11 on: May 12, 2017, 04:54:48 pm »

Trump can't take responsibility for this (even though he will).

He has enacted no legislation or otherwise to improve the economy. No tax reforms. No new healthcare changes (affects 14 million jobs) etc. The momentum for improved employment has been in place for years before his inauguration. We've yet to see his plans for the economy.

Trump has not taken credit for it. 

I don't know what rock you live under, but Trump has been working night and day, 7 days a week on the economy and healthcare.  People with memories will know that immediately after Trump was elected, the economy rebounded.   Companies started returning and investing in the USA before he was even inaugurated.  Trump has already got a replacement for Obamacare past the House and is now in the Senate.  Trump has his budget already submitted.  That is stimulating the economy. 
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« Reply #12 on: May 12, 2017, 05:15:38 pm »

well,i would like to say people elected Trump but i am not american so i dont need to care too much about him... but I have Zeman (CZech) and it isnt better...
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« Reply #13 on: May 12, 2017, 06:20:37 pm »

Trump has not taken credit for it.  

I don't know what rock you live under, but Trump has been working night and day, 7 days a week on the economy and healthcare.  People with memories will know that immediately after Trump was elected, the economy rebounded.   Companies started returning and investing in the USA before he was even inaugurated.  Trump has already got a replacement for Obamacare past the House and is now in the Senate.  Trump has his budget already submitted.  That is stimulating the economy.  

I didn't say he had, I said he will.

And curious how many of these 24/7 hours of working include golfing at Mar-a-Lago? Or traveling to have campaign rallies?

Not that I'm surprised, Trump voters voted for him because they didn't understand how the economy works. Remember when Trump said the dollar was too strong? It weakened...for about 48 hours.

So explain to me how vaporlegislation has impacted the economy? The bottom line is the bottom line, companies will continue to operate in their best interest until regulations change. It's incredibly hard to explain to your investors that you made a decision based on something you *think* will happen considering the administration wasted its first 100 days.

The healthcare bill, despite passing the house, will be a disaster for the 14 million jobs created under the ACA. It effectively outprices consumers meaning less demand (not more) for healthcare. This will quickly liquidate many of those 14 million jobs when 20 million+ lose health insurance over the next 10 years plus.

The approved budget doesn't even go to the end of this year.
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« Reply #14 on: May 12, 2017, 08:15:43 pm »

Trump has not taken credit for it. 

I don't know what rock you live under, but Trump has been working night and day, 7 days a week on the economy and healthcare.  People with memories will know that immediately after Trump was elected, the economy rebounded.   Companies started returning and investing in the USA before he was even inaugurated.  Trump has already got a replacement for Obamacare past the House and is now in the Senate.  Trump has his budget already submitted.  That is stimulating the economy. 

Perhaps I have been stuck in the vacuum of leftist ideals too long but I just can't understand how you believe what you have written here. Everything President Trump and his team have produced so far has been against everything he campaigned on. If you supported his ideas during his campaign, how can you support what he has produced?

The only thing I can support President Trump on right now is the shrinking of our tax code, it is clearly over complicated and only those that work the system benefit. However, how can we afford to spend so much on our military while our infrastructure crumbles, our student loan debt continues to spiral, and millions still have no health coverage?
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« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2017, 02:31:31 am »

Everything President Trump and his team have produced so far has been against everything he campaigned on. If you supported his ideas during his campaign, how can you support what he has produced?

The only thing I can support President Trump on right now is the shrinking of our tax code, it is clearly over complicated and only those that work the system benefit. However, how can we afford to spend so much on our military while our infrastructure crumbles, our student loan debt continues to spiral, and millions still have no health coverage?

Just what campaign issues that Trump presented has he not been working to enact?  The flakey left has been doing nothing productive, and spending all their time doing anything and everything to obstruct Trump from getting anything done.   It isn't working, because he will get it all done in time. 

As for the 2nd part of your comment.  Trump has been president for about 4 months.  How is it that your hero Obama wasn't able to fix the infrastructure, student loan debt, and healthcare in EIGHT YEARS?   When Trump took office, he inherited a complete disaster.  Despite what Democrats think, black people, Hispanics, and women are not stupid, and they did not go out and vote for Hillary as expected. 
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« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2017, 03:09:37 am »

Trump can't take responsibility for this (even though he will).

He has enacted no legislation or otherwise to improve the economy. No tax reforms. No new healthcare changes (affects 14 million jobs) etc. The momentum for improved employment has been in place for years before his inauguration. We've yet to see his plans for the economy.

Are you kidding?  The majority of his speeches and addresses to the public, (if you've ever watched which is clear you haven't), talk about the economy and what he is doing to improve it.  Specifically, he has worked with industry leaders in order to bargain and negotiate with them to bring back industry and manufacturing jobs to the U.S.  

The market itself is not a static entity that only responds to legislation alone.  Investors perform market speculation and invest based on what the perceive to be the near future market potential; some of that speculation is clearly due to Trump's pro-business stance.  

You know, I can actually understand why liberals are against Trump on immigration issues and climate change issues for instance, but when you start claiming that Trump doesn't know what he's doing on the business side, which is clearly his primary strength, you really have to take a step back and evaluate your tribalism.  

Rather than considering each issue individually, you are clearly being tribal here and automatically deciding based on your tribe.  This approach weakens the fuck out of your other claims, such as immigration issues, which you may be able to make more legitimate points about.  

It's also one reason why Americans overwhelmingly mistrust the mainstream media; when the media keep making headlines on how Trump gets two scoops of ice cream, it makes them look petty as shit and causes people to be less inclined to listen to them on more serious matters.  
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« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2017, 04:25:56 pm »

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/continued-jobless-claims-at-lowest-level-in-28-years-2017-05-11

The snowflakes and libtards are desperately trying to find a way to make this sound like bad news.

If they can attack Trump over firing Comey when Hillary and Podesta were incessantly condemning Comey themselves.. there is no level of disinformation that they will stoop to attack Trump. 

By the way, it's so sad that Donald Trump caused Jimmy Kimmel's baby to have a heart problem.  (according to the libtards)

Trump just told us that the real unemployment was 40% just a few months ago.  Now we are at a record.  Both of these things can't be true.  Which one is he lying about?
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« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2017, 05:05:21 pm »

It takes MONTHS for a new administration to have an effect on the economy.

Get back to us in 2018 and we'll see how great everything is.

It won't matter.  Only good numbers will be attributed to Trump.  All others will be fake.  Trumpatrds will believe it.
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« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2017, 08:11:18 pm »

YOU MEAN " Thanks Obama!!

The orange orangutan hasn't been in office long enough to effect anything.
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