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Sunday, April 30, 2017

"Welcome to Trumpton" <trumpton@maiIsorter.co.uk>: Apr 29 09:04AM

Dene wrote:
 
> > > corrected....pronto.
 
> > You mean we should renege on it. That would be incredibly dumb.
 
> If it's a stupid deal...yes. SK is a prosperous country.
 
The US wants to put the missile system on SK soil.
 
The SK's don't really want it. Most would rather you took the system
and fucked off. Proving how little trust can be had in any deal with
the US, old or new, while Trump is "in charge".
 
The last thing they need is a wild gun like Trump shooting his ignorant
mouth off and provoking an incident.
 
Like Trump, you really have no idea what you are talking about.
 
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Most people believe there is truth and there are lies. "Alternative
facts" are lies.
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Apr 29 05:29AM -0500


> It sure is entertaining to read these foreign policy pronouncements
> from people who know only what they hear on cable news.
 
So you don't have a cite?
 
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"Welcome to Trumpton" <trumpton@maiIsorter.co.uk>: Apr 29 01:45PM

How many of these incidents would Trumps attempted geographical muslim
ban have prevented.
 
http://www.gunviolencearchive.org/
 
Trump: '8-year assault' on Second Amendment is over.
 
--
Most people believe there is truth and there are lies. "Alternative
facts" are lies.
Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Apr 29 10:44AM -0500

>>> from people who know only what they hear on cable news.
 
>>So you don't have a cite?
 
> Look it up yourself you lazy asshole.
 
It doesn't exist.
 
 
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Moderate <nospam@noemail.com>: Apr 29 04:39PM -0500

> through the roof. Trump would have been completely inept
> at addressing the financial crisis and the worst recession
> in 70 years.
 
They did go bankrupt. We were in a recession. Unemployment went
through the roof.
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"Welcome to Trumpton" <trumpton@maiIsorter.co.uk>: Apr 30 04:40AM

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/i-was-all-set-to-terminate-inside-trumps-sudden-shift-on-nafta/2017/04/27/0452a3fa-2b65-11e7-b605-33413c691853_story.html?utm_term=.512c6086c31c
 
So how was he persuaded:
 
A map of the United States that illustrated the areas that would be
hardest hit, particularly from agriculture and manufacturing losses,
and highlighting that many of those states and counties were "Trump
country" communities that had voted for the president in November.
 
 
His advisors are learning, words are wasted on Trump, You have to use
pictures.
 
Any of you Trumpets getting the picture yet.
 
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Hacked: The percentage of Republicans who see Russia as an unfriendly
state has fallen from 82% in 2014 to 41% now.
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Apr 29 11:01AM -0700

On Friday, April 28, 2017 at 4:54:50 PM UTC-4, Dene wrote:
> > What kind of shape would we be in now?
 
> 2009. We'd have strong borders, tax reform, effective health insurance
> reform, and foreign problems would not have been kicked down the road.
 
No, we'd have fallen into a recession, the auto industry
would have gone bankrupt, unemployment would have gone
through the roof. Trump would have been completely inept
at addressing the financial crisis and the worst recession
in 70 years.
BobbyK@Onramp.net: Apr 29 05:17PM -0500

On Sat, 29 Apr 2017 16:39:09 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
>> in 70 years.
 
>They did go bankrupt. We were in a recession. Unemployment went
> through the roof.
 
Then the started the change that saw the auto industry bailed out,
unemployment started to rise to its present level and eight good years
overall. All with a POTUS that was/is a decent human being.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Apr 29 08:14PM -0700

On 2017-04-29 2:39 PM, Moderate wrote:
>> in 70 years.
 
> They did go bankrupt. We were in a recession. Unemployment went
> through the roof.
 
All those things happened under Bush...
Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com>: Apr 29 11:49AM -0400

Trump's approval rating is significantly lower than any recent president
due to self-inflicted errors like his inept attempt to replace Obamacare,
his anti-Constitutional Muslim ban, the encroaching investigation into
collusion with the Russians, his ongoing violations of the Emoluments
clause, etc.
 
Here's how the professional historians are framing it. TL;DR: it's bad.
 
http://time.com/4748940/historians-president-trump-100-days/
 
And you know what that means, folks: Spin! Take it away, Greg!
"John B." <johnb505@gmail.com>: Apr 29 10:54AM -0700

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 11:49:55 AM UTC-4, Carbon wrote:
 
> Here's how the professional historians are framing it. TL;DR: it's bad.
 
> http://time.com/4748940/historians-president-trump-100-days/
 
> And you know what that means, folks: Spin! Take it away, Greg!
 
The only campaign promise he's made good on so far is to
withdraw from the TPP, which was a huge mistake. His
"100-day plan to make America great again" also included
repealing and replacing Obamacare, renegotiating NAFTA,
declaring China a currency manipulator, banning
immigration from six Muslim countries. He has
accomplished none of those things and I doubt he ever
will. His wall along the Mexican border will never
be built either.
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Apr 29 12:27PM -0700

What worries me is the day that John, BK, or Carbs approves of President Trump.
Dene <gdstrue@aol.com>: Apr 29 07:38PM -0700

On 4/29/2017 8:49 AM, Carbon wrote:
 
> Here's how the professional historians are framing it. TL;DR: it's bad.
 
> http://time.com/4748940/historians-president-trump-100-days/
 
> And you know what that means, folks: Spin! Take it away, Greg!
 
96% of American who voted for Trump would do it again, including yours
truly. You know what that means. Dems and liberals are not making any
headway.
 
Spin that.
BobbyK@Onramp.net: Apr 29 10:10PM -0500

>truly. You know what that means. Dems and liberals are not making any
>headway.
 
>Spin that.
 
No spin necessary, your post has nothing to do with what historians
have said. First, they've placed Obama as the 12th best president
ever and you might want to read the text of their thoughts about
Trump, from the link above.
 
Now, about the percentile of Trump voters.
Do you not realize how foolish you are to quote that ? If 100% of
those that voted for Trump would do it again,including you, it would
still be 3,000,000 votes short of those who voted for Hillary, so
there's no reason to make headway now. 2020 will be the time to
discuss that.
Alan Baker <alangbaker@telus.net>: Apr 29 08:14PM -0700

On 2017-04-29 7:38 PM, Dene wrote:
 
> 96% of American who voted for Trump would do it again, including yours
> truly. You know what that means. Dems and liberals are not making any
> headway.
 
You got a cite for that, Greggie?
 
:-)
 
Anonymous <nobody@remailer.paranoici.org>: Apr 29 08:50PM

NOT MANY RESPONSES TO HIS FISHING EFFORTS!
 
POOR LITTLE TROLL NOT GETTING MUCH LOVE THESE DAYS!
 
NO CHIN, REALLY BAD HAIR, and NOW BEING IGNORED!!!
 
POOR POOR SHIT STAIN! LIFE GOTTA SUCK FOR THE LITTE STAIN!
 
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BobbyK@Onramp.net: Apr 29 08:32AM -0500

On Sat, 29 Apr 2017 05:29:36 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>> It sure is entertaining to read these foreign policy pronouncements
>> from people who know only what they hear on cable news.
 
>So you don't have a cite?
 
Look it up yourself you lazy asshole.
BobbyK@Onramp.net: Apr 29 11:13AM -0500

On Sat, 29 Apr 2017 10:44:48 -0500 (CDT), Moderate
 
>>>So you don't have a cite?
 
>> Look it up yourself you lazy asshole.
 
>It doesn't exist.
 
Because it's an opinion, not a quote.
"Matt Busby" <MBusby0987@aol.com>: Apr 29 10:41AM -0400

but fails as usual.
-hh <recscuba_google@huntzinger.com>: Apr 29 04:54AM -0700

Alan wrote:
> election campaign, made a pledge to raise growth to 4%.'
 
> <http://www.bbc.com/news/business-39748165>
 
> Own it.
 
Heard this on my drive yesterday. There's some spin in that consumer confidence is high,
so this might be "mixed data", but the underlying factor is that the Market was hoping that
Trump would be able to make tangible progress by now - instead, they've only seen more
Market uncertainty which equals risk. As I said a few weeks ago, the Stock Market had a
mini peak in early March and went into somewhat of a slide since then. Will probably take
a closer look when I'm home on Sunday...looks like there was some recovery this past week,
as per my easy 'canary' surrogate account...next quarter's results are really more what I'm
personally concerned about...especially if Consumer Confidence numbers start to slide.
 
-hh
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