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Trump celebrates acquittal with White House pomp, condemns political foes

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1 hour ago, Cory1848 said:

You're kidding, right?

Yeah - a bit.

I reckon all politicians, like the POTUS, should serve limited terms.

2 Terms for POTUS is good rule.  But I would like Trump for another 1 or 2.

3 Terms for House is my preference, and 4 Terms for Senators.

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Cryingdick said:

Tnis was more like a dismissal for procedural errors and lack of evidence.

So not an acquittal at all. Just a farcical waste of money and time, and allows another twist of facts.

 

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11 minutes ago, AussieBob18 said:

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3 Terms for House is my preference, and 4 Terms for Senators.

 

 

 

3 terms for House would 6 years.  4 terms for Senators would be 24 years.

 

I'd prefer 4 terms for House at 8 years and 2 terms for Senate at 12 years.

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7 minutes ago, Ricohoc said:

3 terms for House would 6 years.  4 terms for Senators would be 24 years.

I'd prefer 4 terms for House at 8 years and 2 terms for Senate at 12 years.

Ooops - what I meant was POTUS election terms - 4 years.

But as you point out - the Reps and Sens have different 'terms'.

 

8 years for House and 12 years for Senate sounds good to me.

Every POTUS election also becomes 1/2 of the House and 1/3 of the Senate.

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, Cryingdick said:

 

The small investor is a reality that is not reported enough. These days forget index funds and bonds and what some idiotic broker tells you to do. The market is going up because of Trump but also more people are buying. Fractional shares just became common place along with no commission trades.

 

You are about to see the biggest gains in the history of the market because it takes very very little money to participate now. 

 

The biggest fallacy the dems perpetuate is that you gotta be rich to benefit. Nothing is further from the truth. 

If that irrational hubris of the small investor isn't a market top I don't know what is. SELL whilst you can , whilst there is a window in which you can and bank your profits. I have and I'm sitting pretty whatever happens. We are in the shoeshine boy moment just before the Great Depression hits and destroys wealth just as quickly as it created it. 

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7 minutes ago, URMySunshine said:

If that irrational hubris of the small investor isn't a market top I don't know what is. SELL whilst you can , whilst there is a window in which you can and bank your profits. I have and I'm sitting pretty whatever happens. We are in the shoeshine boy moment just before the Great Depression hits and destroys wealth just as quickly as it created it. 

 

I am an investor like that. I am making more than I ever dreamed. I am not that smart I just save and invest. I buy MA I don't use Mastercard. The figures are astounding under Trump. I will be a millionaire soon.

 

Unless Bernie gets elected of course. 50% of Americans are about to get huge gains. The rest poop on the streets of SF. 

 

I buy from people like you.

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