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2 hours ago, Trentham said:

If you were clever enough to read a graph you would know that for the 8 years of Obama from the GFC to Trump's election the economy moved steadily upwards. Under Trump it just continued the trajectory instigated by Obama. Do some research and get back to us written in blue, not red.

Something Trump supporters need to read:

 

https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2020/10/business/us-economy-trump-vs-other-presidents/

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A stiff breeze  would boost his hope as much. 😉   Biden is done stick a fork in him it will come out clean.  The Dems for better or worse have once again shot themselves in their own foot by

Texans can look proudly at the big beautiful wall between their state and Mexico. I still remember the day with pride when the Mexican president signed the cheque to pay for it. Trumps healthcare

Good we are a better country and deserve a better president than trump 

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wall street is reconsidering. seems like a biden victory is already priced into the market - big stimulus package, lowered trade barriers, reduced tariffs, possibly a reduction in the use of sanctions and the blackmailing of allies...and let's not forget a commander in chief who takes the covid virus seriously!

 

Biden ‘blue wave’ would boost economy, says Goldman Sachs chief economist

 

A Democratic "blue wave," where the party takes control of both the White House and Congress, is becoming more likely, and that could juice the U.S. and global economy in early 2021, according to Goldman Sachs.

Goldman's chief economist, Jan Hatzius, explored the possibility of a Biden blue wave in a note sent to clients on Monday. While acknowledging that a Democratic sweep would produce an increase in corporate taxes, Hatzius predicts this would be outweighed by the benefits of a stimulus package that would likely arrive shortly the January 20 presidential inauguration.

 

https://fortune.com/2020/10/05/biden-win-2020-us-economy-goldman-sachs-predictions-blue-wave-democrats/

 

 

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8 hours ago, Tippaporn said:

That's how you turn a state from red to blue.  You institute such horrible policies in blue states which then drive even liberals out.  Those liberals migrate to red states which are run much better and are therefore attractive  But the liberals end up bringing all their bad policies with them and destroy the red state.  Don't believe me?  Look at Colorado.  Just talked to a friend of mine over the weekend whose been living in Colorado for almost 40 years and he's described how badly the state has changed.

I guess the rightys do not have bad policy. I guess Alabama is the star of right wing policy, then why are the one of the leaders in recieving welfare payments. 

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2 hours ago, 248900_1469958220 said:

I mean...come on, are you actually being serious? If you are......BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Ole Joe looks like an honest man, perhaps because he genuinely has no recollection of his past corruption. I find it hilarious that he and Trump are the best the US has to offer. I will simply look on with interest. I must admit though, if Trump wins again the meltdowns will be even more entertaining than last time round. 

Another fake I-don't-like-Trump-but..

However, if it's meltdowns that entertain you, think of how monumental a one Trump is going to have if he loses. You should definitely be rooting for him to lose.

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2 hours ago, 248900_1469958220 said:

....Ok, one is a moron and the other has Alzheimer's?? 

One has lost contact with reality and believes he has witnessed an interview that never happened, that a plane just crashed causing 500 deaths, that the pandemic is soon over, etc....

The other is not insane.

 

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2 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

 

Barack Obama is the only president in US history to never have a year of economic growth over 3.0%… There, that's an understanding graph !20170127_GDP_Obama.jpg

 

 

 

what an interesting graph!  at first glance i thought it showed an exponential rise in gdp due to trump policies.

 

however if you look really close, you see the years are not in annual consecutive order, and that trump data do not appear at all.

 

why is that? 

 

and would you mind posting a link to the source?  i'd like to see what the authors of the source article intended to communicate.

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6 minutes ago, ChouDoufu said:

 

 

what an interesting graph!  at first glance i thought it showed an exponential rise in gdp due to trump policies.

 

however if you look really close, you see the years are not in annual consecutive order, and that trump data do not appear at all.

 

why is that? 

 

and would you mind posting a link to the source?  i'd like to see what the authors of the source article intended to communicate.

Anyway, the fact is that Trump never had a year that reached 3%. Thanks to the huge increase in spending in 2018 the economy did get to 2.9% but then fell the following year to 2.3%. And if Obama is to be blamed for the economic disaster that he inherited from George Bush, then Trump should be to blame for how the year 2020 is going to look on his record.

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