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Posted: May 4, 2022 - 12:48am

 Steely_D wrote:
Check the name of this forum.
 
And I'm the only Trump supporter still around.  So what's your point ?


And, Trump needs to be held responsible for his many failures.
 
And Biden gets a free pass for his growing list of failures ? 

Yeah, I know the overall consensus here is that Biden's presidency has been a great success to date.

He is just doing what he was elected to do and doing it very well.

Time for bed.  Back in the morning, after I get my biweekly distemper shot ...
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Posted: May 4, 2022 - 12:24am

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
 kurtster wrote:
..ruining the country..

United States Economic Forecast

  • growth remains high, many of the long-term issues facing the US economy—such as financing social security—will likely become considerably easier to solve.

But just as Omicron’s potential to impact the economy waned, geopolitical tensions increased. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is not likely to derail the US recovery, but it will push up inflation in the short run

 
In case you did not notice our GDP was -1.4% for the first quarter of 2022.  The treasury yields are severely inverted with the benchmark 10 year note having just cracked 3% for the first time in forever.  All the indexes are down and still falling since the beginning of 2022.  We are now in a bear market having had about a 13% drop in the indexes since the first of the year.  The increase in the cost of fuel is crushing our economy as that is added onto everything namely by insane transportation expenses.  The inflation will continue until interest rates are higher than the rate of inflation.  The wrong people are at the controls.  They don't have the guts to raise rates that high because it will surely bring on a recession, of which we are one more quarter of negative growth away from already. I remember the 80's very well, do you ?   And we have an expected food shortage on the horizon, not that store shelves are stacked either pretty thin already or just plain empty.

And this does even consider the financial burden of 6 million new illegal migrants for fiscal year 2022. On top of the 2 million new ones since Biden took office already here. How do we pay for that and still care for our own ?  Where do we put them ?  That is 8 million new people who arrived without any means to support themselves nor the infrastructure needed to properly just house and maintain them.  They do not even have the needed job skills to fill our job openings.  How is this dealt with ?  I have no ideas, do you ?
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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 10:51pm

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Yer right.  I will not even click on anything CNN.  Every time I do, I feel like I need to take a shower afterwards.

Fixating on Trump is the distraction away from Biden.  Biden is the now. Trump is the then.

Ain't no one here complaining about Biden.  Just Trump, still.


Check the name of this forum.

And, Trump needs to be held responsible for his many failures. No wall paid for by Mexico. No repeal/replace Obamacare. No tax cut for the middle class.
I would think that the people that voted for Trump would be pretty upset that he let them down.
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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 10:46pm

 kurtster wrote:
..ruining the country..

United States Economic Forecast

The US economy’s performance in the past few months has been better than most people expected—or even realized. While Omicron took infection rates to a new high, little trace appeared in economic data. Inflation and related problems, such as tangled supply chains, may continue to challenge business leaders and policymakers, but the US economy is performing well by most measures:

  • The unemployment rate is already back to the full employment level.
  • The labor force participation rate has started to pick up, as some of the folks who left the labor force are coming back to work.
  • Corporate profits are more than satisfactory. Profits in Q3 2021 were 21% above the prepandemic level. That’s much better than many businesses had reason to expect when the pandemic first hit in March 2020.
  • Strong profits have supported business investment. The pandemic shifted investment away from buildings and toward equipment and information products.1 But the willingness to invest suggests that businesses are surprisingly optimistic about the future.
  • The pandemic drove the adoption of technology and—as a consequence—appears to have accelerated labor productivity growth. Previous Deloitte forecasts assumed trend productivity was less than 1%. But productivity growth has remained surprisingly strong during the recovery from the pandemic, about 2% over the four quarters to December 2021. If productivity growth remains high, many of the long-term issues facing the US economy—such as financing social security—will likely become considerably easier to solve.

But just as Omicron’s potential to impact the economy waned, geopolitical tensions increased. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is not likely to derail the US recovery, but it will push up inflation in the short run


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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 10:25pm

 Steely_D wrote:
 kurtster wrote:
 
None of that refuted the article, except the broad swipe at CNN. (CNN+ a failure? You’re forgetting some others - https://www.rollingstone.com/p... )
 
Yer right.  I will not even click on anything CNN.  Every time I do, I feel like I need to take a shower afterwards.

Fixating on Trump is the distraction away from Biden.  Biden is the now. Trump is the then.

Ain't no one here complaining about Biden.  Just Trump, still.
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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 10:10pm

 kurtster wrote:


None of that refuted the article, except the broad swipe at CNN. (CNN+ a failure? You’re forgetting some others - https://www.rollingstone.com/p... )

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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 7:52pm

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That anyone still uses CNN for a basis for a meaningful point is beyond me.  I bet you were one of the two subscribers to CNN+, right ?

Meanwhile your boy Biden is doing such a great job.  The country has never been in better shape, right ?

Or are things so bad that you have to keep dragging up bs about Trump to distract your attention from all the stuff Biden is doing that is destroying this country ?

If I wanted to destroy this country, I would do everything that Biden is doing.

You voted for Biden knowing that what we are getting is what you voted for.  Wide open borders. You're happy with 225 k people soon to be 500 k per month walking in and taking things away from your fellow Americans without even asking.  Trampling all over any thoughts of due process and the rule of law.  Promote the things you agree with while at the same time encouraging the censorship of ideas that you disagree with or challenge them.  Free speech for thee, but not for me, right ?

Runaway spending which begat runaway inflation.  I bet you love your $10 per pound bacon, right ?  While you are not old enough to remember double digit mortgage rates under Carter it won't be long before you get to see them again.  Bring on the Nixon wage and price freezes, they are next.  You just love a good Authoritarian, come on admit it ...

Weakness which gave Putin the green light for a "small incursion" into Ukraine.

Yep Biden is worse than even you could ever hope for.  Your well documented hatred for this country says why you are happy with Biden and all he is doing to this country.

Have a nice day.
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Posted: May 3, 2022 - 6:55pm

DHS watchdog says Trump's agency appears to have altered report on Russian interference in 2020 election in part because of politics
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Posted: Apr 18, 2022 - 4:25pm

The United States vs. Donald J. Trump — Why It Must Happen Soon
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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 8:12pm

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How any sane, rational, moral human being can still in any way support this piece of human garbage is utterly beyond me.


But...to own the libs!

I'm willing to sacrifice my nation, my job, my marriage, my children, my parents...to own the libs.
And only then will I have found a purpose in my brief existence. It will all be worth it.



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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 7:03pm

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This NYTimes article is fascinatingly comprehensive. And doesn't make the former guy look any more competent or honest.


How any sane, rational, moral human being can still in any way support this piece of human garbage is utterly beyond me.
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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 6:56pm




This NYTimes article is fascinatingly comprehensive. And doesn't make the former guy look any more competent or honest.

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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 4:22pm

‘This Was Trump Pulling a Putin’
Amid the current crisis, Fiona Hill and other former advisers are connecting President Trump’s pressure campaign on Ukraine to Jan. 6. And they’re ready to talk.
(In response to queries for this article, Trump said of Hill: “She doesn’t know the first thing she’s talking about. If she didn’t have the accent she would be nothing.”)

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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 3:50pm

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Wait didn't Trump get elected after the dossier came out? Clinton didn't win... or did she and the election was stolen from her? Hmmmmmm. Seems the dossier did nothing to get Trump out of office since he won the election and was impeached twice on other separate issues. Certainly the dossier didn't get any "legs" in the last election. Stop crying in your beer to try and find reasons that Trump wasn't re-elected. The reason is when push came to shove he proved he wasn't up to the task and incited an insurrection to serve as the final "cherry" on top of his warped legacy. 

Bingo. What got Trump out of office was Trump.
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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 3:44pm

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That's nice.

While this is my take and I agree, other than three or four other people here, no one else cares even if it is true, just like the same don't care about all the corruption linked with Hunter Biden. All of this is ignored or forgiven or worse, denied, because it got Trump out of office.

And more likely than not, you will be insulted for even daring to mention this stuff.


Wait didn't Trump get elected after the dossier came out? Clinton didn't win... or did she and the election was stolen from her? Hmmmmmm.

Seems the dossier did nothing to get Trump out of office since he won the election and was impeached twice on other separate issues. Certainly the dossier didn't get any "legs" in the last election. Stop crying in your beer to try and find reasons that Trump wasn't re-elected. The reason is when push came to shove he proved he wasn't up to the task and incited an insurrection to serve as the final "cherry" on top of his warped legacy. 

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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 12:59pm

Oligarchs and corruption

A panel that screens investments for the main Saudi sovereign wealth fund cited concerns about the proposed deal with Mr. Kushner’s newly formed private equity firm, Affinity Partners, previously undisclosed documents show.

Those objections included: “the inexperience of the Affinity Fund management”; the possibility that the kingdom would be responsible for “the bulk of the investment and risk”; due diligence on the fledgling firm’s operations that found them “unsatisfactory in all aspects”; a proposed asset management fee that “seems excessive”; and “public relations risks” from Mr. Kushner’s prior role as a senior adviser to his father-in-law, former President Donald J. Trump, according to minutes of the panel’s meeting last June 30.

But days later the full board of the $620 billion Public Investment Fund — led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler and a beneficiary of Mr. Kushner’s support when he worked as a White House adviser — overruled the panel.

Ethics experts say that such a deal creates the appearance of potential payback for Mr. Kushner’s actions in the White House — or of a bid for future favor if Mr. Trump seeks and wins another presidential term in 2024.

Mr. Kushner played a leading role inside the Trump administration defending Crown Prince Mohammed after U.S. intelligence agencies concluded that he had approved the 2018 killing and dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi columnist for The Washington Post and resident of Virginia who had criticized the kingdom’s rulers.


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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 5:08am

And the soldiers for Trump continue to march regardless of the realities since.

The Steele dossier is now 6 years old.  It's not about throwing out the results or an election, it's about attempting to influence one...you know, like withholding support for Ukraine in an attempt to get dirt to help you win the next election. 

If you read the accounts from Fiona Hill and Marie Yovanovich which have recently been published, the Trump White House was Lord of the Flies.  He and his staff are buffoons.   There is a article over the weekend in the NY Times that includes this example of Trumps foreign policy skills...

When I mentioned to Hill that former White House aides had told me about Trump’s clear preference for visual materials over text, she exclaimed: “That’s spot on. There were several moments of just utter embarrassment where he would see a magazine story about one of his favorite leaders, be it Erdogan or Macron. He’d see a picture of them, and he’d want it sent to them through the embassies. And when we’d read the articles, the articles are not flattering. They’re quite critical. Obviously, we can’t send this! But then he’d want to know if they’d gotten the picture and the article, which he’d signed: ‘Emmanuel, you look wonderful. Looking so strong.’” 

Or this incident, where Trump reinforces the greatness of his good buddy Vlad...

During Trump’s first year in office, he initially resisted meeting with President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine. Obama received Poroshenko in the Oval Office in June 2014, and the United States offered Ukraine financial and diplomatic support, while stopping short of providing requested Javelin anti-tank missiles, in part out of concerns that Russian assets within Ukraine’s intelligence community would have access to the technology, according to a 2019 NBC News interview with the former C.I.A. director John Brennan. Now, with Trump’s refusal to meet with Poroshenko, it instead fell to Vice President Mike Pence to welcome the Ukrainian leader to the White House on June 20, 2017. After their meeting, Poroshenko lingered in a West Wing conference room, waiting to see if Trump would give him a few minutes.

Finally, the president did so. The two men shook hands and exchanged pleasantries in front of the White House press corps. Once the reporters were ushered out, Trump flatly told Poroshenko that Ukraine was a corrupt country. Trump knew this, he said, because a Ukrainian friend at Mar-a-Lago had told him so.

Poroshenko said that his administration was addressing the corruption. Trump shared another observation. He said, echoing a Putin talking point, that Crimea, annexed three years earlier through Putin’s act of aggression, was rightfully Russia’s — because, after all, the people there spoke Russian.

Poroshenko protested, saying that he, too, spoke Russian.

So ignore the display of complete ineptitude.  Forget that whole bit about ignoring an election.   Don't worry about the billions that the company of the son-in-law advisor got from foreign governments or the patents received by the first daughter from China.  Instead, focus on a paper drafted 6 years ago to influence an election and the laptop of the troubled son of the recently elected guy.   

Trump continues to have nothing to talk about except people.  He has no platform, yet people keep wanting to focus on how he was "wronged" instead of his being a person with no intellect and no morals.  His genius is in fooling people into believing he cares about them....so he can exploit them for their money and possibly their votes.   The emperor has no clothes...but in the current version of the book, half of the townspeople blame the other half for attempting to cancel the Emporer.
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Posted: Apr 11, 2022 - 4:17am

 kurtster wrote:
. . .
All of this is ignored or forgiven or worse, denied, because it got Trump out of office.


What got Trump out of office was Trump. 

Or was it the “stolen” election? 

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Posted: Apr 10, 2022 - 10:23pm

 kurtster wrote:
blah blah Hunter Biden blah blah


He wasn't the President, nor even on the White House staff. Folks are trying to distract from the real crimes that Trump and his sons and his Senior Advisors committed by bringing it up, and - even if true - doesn't excuse Trump and his family from their corruption, including inciting the riot at the Capitol.

As for the "source" that HarleyRider is quoting, why take it seriously? Just because it's a different opinion? We watched Trump, live, coddle up to Russia and N Korea. We watched him say things like "two Corinthians" and making out with the flag. He was/is an embarrassment to the nation and the GOP - if they want a future - need to unhitch their wagon from him ASAP. I have no idea why there isn't a better Republican out there that they can bring to a leadership role. (Actually, I do have an idea why they can't.)
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Posted: Apr 10, 2022 - 5:50pm

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This is an exert from one of the foreign news outlets that I follow.

[While most media outlets have been focused on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and America’s energy crisis, very little coverage has been given to the revelations that recently came from special counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the FBI’s extensive and intrusive investigation into Donald Trump and his campaign. While it was already known that the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign funded the fabricated Steele Dossier to the tune of potentially millions of dollars, according to Durham, Democrats can also be linked to extensive spying and disinformation operations that targeted both Trump and his campaign. The infamous “Steele dossier,” which was funded by both the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign through radical lawyer Marc Elias and used as part of the basis for the wasteful FBI investigation into the Trump campaign’s alleged connections to Russia, has since been debunked. After being arrested back in 2017, Igor Danchenko, one of the primary sources of the Steele dossier itself, admitted that most of the information discussed in the Steele dossier was “rumor and speculation.” Danchenko is also a Russian citizen and a former employee of the Brookings Institution. Ironically, declassified CIA records state that Russians have attempted to infiltrate the Brookings Institute with operatives posing as “scholars” since the 1980s. The FBI was seemingly aware of this possibility back in 2017, with other declassified documents “indicating the potential for Russian disinformation influencing Steele’s election reporting.” In reality, Trump had no malicious connections to Russia and there was no evidence that his campaign colluded with the Russian government. Instead, it was the Democrats that created an artificial scandal by introducing the Russian collusion hoax as a deflection from the multiple scandals involving both Clinton and the DNC. Despite this fact, Democrats in both Congress and the media forced American taxpayers to waste millions of dollars on the Mueller investigation, which spent approximately $32 million in taxpayer funds looking into the largely fabricated allegations against Trump and his associates. Trump recently responded to the revelations from the Durham investigation by releasing a statement calling the situation “a far bigger crime than Watergate.” Senator Ted Cruz agreed with this claim in February, saying the operation directed at Trump was potentially even bigger than Watergate. To quote Cruz, “If this is true, it’s a lot bigger than Watergate. That was a bungled, third-rate burglary. It was wrong. People went to jail for Watergate. And people need to go to jail for this if these allegations are true.”]

 
That's nice. 

While this is my take and I agree, other than three or four other people here, no one else cares even if it is true, just like the same don't care about all the corruption linked with Hunter Biden.  All of this is ignored or forgiven or worse, denied, because it got Trump out of office.

And more likely than not, you will be insulted for even daring to mention this stuff.
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