#45's Budget Proposal "Trumponomics" Will Hurt His Voters
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« on: May 24, 2017, 02:33:45 am »

Not surprising one bit, but ouch. Not only did he lie about not touching Medicaid, he's aiming to devastate the lives of the very people who voted for him. This is disgusting. Trumponomics is the epitome of greed, on the level of greed or maybe even greedier than Reaganomics. The people who voted for him did not vote for this. They voted for what he talked about during the primaries and the general election, which had nothing to do with making huge cuts to programs that millions depend on for survival. His voters depend on a lot of those programs every single day and now he's stabbing a knife into their backs. Disgusting.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-s-budget-will-hit-these-states-hardest-n763261
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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2017, 03:06:46 am »

I would like to be able to blame him but the fact is that he is a total moron.  He has no idea anything that is in this budget or what any of it means.  The responsibility for this lies solely on Trumptards.
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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2017, 08:38:59 pm »

I would like to be able to blame him but the fact is that he is a total moron.  He has no idea anything that is in this budget or what any of it means.  The responsibility for this lies solely on Trumptards.

I would feel bad that they are going to suffer, but they voted for a known liar and they will have to suffer the consequences. The budget clearly benefits the rich and takes away major parts of the safety net for the poor and Republicans don't even have the guts to admit it. "It will create millions of jobs" is a boldfaced lie. We were fed that lie during the 2001-2009 period and ended up in an economic crisis as a result of Bushonomics. These policies do not work and are solely based on greed.
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« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2017, 09:25:01 pm »

What's the matter libtards?  Run out of things to bitch about?  
I don't suppose you consider that when you randomly make up stories with no factual content that you destroy what little credibility you have?  

I will try and interject some facts into your poisonous thread.  
Days before the Nov 2016 election, the media were acting as if a Hillary victory was certain.  The economy was plummeting in free fall, and continued to plummet up until the moment that Trump won... and then the economy bounced.. and rose sharply, and other than a few temporary minor setbacks, has continued to rise.  

The attached chart shows exactly what I am referring to.  I put an arrow to indicate election day 2016.  This is my own investment portfolio's performance which is made up of 113 investments.  I am quite pleased with my 16% annual rate of return, thank you very much.  

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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2017, 09:57:38 pm »

What's the matter libtards?  Run out of things to bitch about?  
I don't suppose you consider that when you randomly make up stories with no factual content that you destroy what little credibility you have?  

I will try and interject some facts into your poisonous thread.  
Days before the Nov 2016 election, the media were acting as if a Hillary victory was certain.  The economy was plummeting in free fall, and continued to plummet up until the moment that Trump won... and then the economy bounced.. and rose sharply, and other than a few temporary minor setbacks, has continued to rise.  

The attached chart shows exactly what I am referring to.  I put an arrow to indicate election day 2016.  This is my own investment portfolio's performance which is made up of 113 investments.  I am quite pleased with my 16% annual rate of return, thank you very much.  


off topic This has absolutely nothing to do with the budget proposal or the damaging effects it will have on the very poor people who voted for the liar who is now president. Beyond that, you're using typical uncertainty surrounding an election and the effect that uncertainty had on the stock market as a defense for our president. You're seriously saying an election being over and the uncertainty of that election being removed having a positive effect on the stock market is a major plus for our current president?  Crazy?
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« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2017, 10:04:06 pm »

the media were acting as if a Hillary victory was certain.

It's really sad how you can't frame your argument nor your defense of #45 without mentioning his opponent who lost. Why are you so obsessed with a candidate who lost the election and is not our president nor will ever be our president? If you cannot frame an argument without bringing up Hillary Clinton, then what is the purpose of you chiming in on these discussions bringing her up constantly when these discussions have absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton? It severely weakens all of your arguments.
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« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2017, 12:54:41 am »

the media were acting as if a Hillary victory was certain.

It's really sad how you can't frame your argument nor your defense of #45 without mentioning his opponent who lost. Why are you so obsessed with a candidate who lost the election and is not our president nor will ever be our president? If you cannot frame an argument without bringing up Hillary Clinton, then what is the purpose of you chiming in on these discussions bringing her up constantly when these discussions have absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton? It severely weakens all of your arguments.

Frederick has some major MOMMY ISSUES he hasn't worked out yet.  Hopefully he doesn't lose his healthcare so he can deal  with this in therapy.

Speaking of healthcare I'm wondering how many jobs will be lost when 23 million people lose their health insurance.  A million?  More?  I don't know the answer but I do know that many hospitals and health centers around the country will be forced to close......especially in rural areas.
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« Reply #7 on: May 25, 2017, 01:11:47 am »

the media were acting as if a Hillary victory was certain.

It's really sad how you can't frame your argument nor your defense of #45 without mentioning his opponent who lost. Why are you so obsessed with a candidate who lost the election and is not our president nor will ever be our president? If you cannot frame an argument without bringing up Hillary Clinton, then what is the purpose of you chiming in on these discussions bringing her up constantly when these discussions have absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton? It severely weakens all of your arguments.

Frederick has some major MOMMY ISSUES he hasn't worked out yet.  Hopefully he doesn't lose his healthcare so he can deal  with this in therapy.

Speaking of healthcare I'm wondering how many jobs will be lost when 23 million people lose their health insurance.  A million?  More?  I don't know the answer but I do know that many hospitals and health centers around the country will be forced to close......especially in rural areas.

Yeah the CBO highlights the greed train that the GOP is on right now. So many rural hospitals have already closed here in South Carolina because our state didn't expand Medicaid and the small hospitals could no longer afford to take care of the people in those areas. Now if something bad happens to someone out in the rural areas, they have to pray that they will survive the long ride to the nearest city hospital. Those people in the rural areas have been booing their local and Congressional reps at town hall meetings. Even though they voted for the GOP and for Agent Orange, they are pissed about what's going on. I hope they sit out the midterms so that Democratic turnout will be higher here. That's how we got a Democratic governor in 1998 and a handful of Dems took Congressional seats.
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« Reply #8 on: May 25, 2017, 01:46:51 am »

There is a small city of 90,000 people near me that had two full service hospitals 20 years ago. Both hospitals were public hospitals that were run by the city.  That's right.....government run hospitals. 

Republicans hate that so they closed one and sold the other to a private company.  This private company has bought up everything over the last decade or so and as a result we have the highest cost healthcare in the nation.  They are closing the remaining hospital next year leaving this city the only one of it's size in the state without a hospital.  This company pretends to be a non-profit but you wouldn't know it.  Google the "nantucket effect" and you can read about how they royally screwed over the ENTIRE healthcare system and rose costs for literally everyone by classifying a tiny 19 bed hospital for the ultra rich as a "rural hospital."  Just the fact that one tiny hospital can have that much of an impact on the entire country is absurd.
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