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Discussion in 'Elections & Political Parties' started by Hammerhead, Aug 1, 2016.

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    Moody's says Hillary would expand economy, and Trump will put us in a recession:

    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/08/01/mood...onomy-stronger-vs-donald-trump-recession.html

    Want to prove yourself to be an idiot, and a fool, by claiming CNBC is *********, then here is the Wall Street Journal saying the same thing:

    http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2016...under-trumps-economic-plan-new-analysis-says/

    Want to be the complete fool, and ignore those sources, here is Forbes:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/stancol...isappears-in-less-than-24-hours/#72ddc7434733
     
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    Hmmmmm
    Wall Street bought which candidate ?
    Which candidate will continue the gravy train ?
     
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    Fear-mongering from the elite who benefit from unfair trade practices and cheap immigrant labor.

    More from the CNN article: Their approaches to the economy have added significance considering the current lackluster pace of growth. Gross domestic product increased by just 1.2 percent in the second quarter and 0.8 percent in the first quarter, difficult numbers on which to run for an incumbent party.

    And the Trump campaign's response: Peter Navarro, a Trump policy advisor and economics professor at the University of California-Irvine, disputed the analysis on a number of fronts.
    "In Moody's world, 'stronger foreign immigration' pushes up productivity but doesn't push down wages, the 'negative employment affect [sic]' for a higher minimum wage is 'modest,' tax hikes do not reduce the spending of higher income individuals, and her plan will result in only a 'modest increase in the federal government's budget deficits.' No reputable economist would sign on to these fantasies," Navarro said in a statement.

    Maybe you should learn to read before posting on public forums. Again you are making a fool of yourself. The WSJ article is reporting on Moody's, not endorsing their analysis.

    And check out this quote from the WSJ article: The report singles out trade and immigration policies as the most detrimental to the economy in the short run

    Why do you think Trump is wrong on trade and immigration?

    The Forbes article is about miscommunication and not an analysis of Trump's economic plan.
     
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    Seems to me that both are bought by Wall Street:

    http://fortune.com/2016/08/02/donald-trump-july-fundraising-wall-street-hedge-fund-hillary-clinton/

    But hey, wasn't Trump the one who said he would take no Wall Street money? Wasn't he the one who said he was going to "self fund" his campaign? Well, another lie. Hell, his campaign is paying him,

    http://takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com...ampaign-self-funding-isnt-what-it-seems/?_r=0
     
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    She has made no secret she wants yet another trillion to go along with a record spending spree.

    We just got 8 years of the same and have doubled the debt, had our credit rating down graded for the first time, stagnant wages and horrible labor participation.

    And we want more of that ?

    Really ?
     
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    And how much does Trump want top spend on the military, more wars, the "wall", and still cut taxes for the wealthy?

    Wages have been stagnant for the working class since Reagan's "supply side economics"; labor participation has been in the tank since the 90's; we were "downgraded" due to the Bush recession and for passing budget deficits from 2002 onward, and significant deficits for the 2012–2021 periods; Bush doubled the national debt as did Reagan; etc.

    Better then the losing of 800,000 jobs a month Bush gave us along with two unpaid wars that are now numerous wars, and threats.

    Guess so since fools like you are the ones voting for the two liars, and crooks, heading up the roster.

    BTW, we are still the number one target for investors.
     
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    Hillary loves counterproductive military adventures: http://swampland.time.com/2014/01/1...pologetically-hawkish-record-faces-2016-test/

    She also loves serving the super rich: http://joemiller.us/2016/08/hillary-soros-campaign-global-chaos/

    Looks like you are making stuff up again. lol

    Labor participation has fallen under Obama.

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    Hillary has voted for these pointless wars and endless occupations.

    Maybe you are blind to Hillary's faults because you are so deeply in love with her.
     
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    Just as another example of what a lying fool you are, when did the labor participation rate begin to fall? Can you read, or should I get a pointer out and show you the dates?

    Freking ass.
     
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    It started to fall sharply in 2008. If you weren't such a blind Democrat partisan tool you would have noticed that. You took a short break from kissing Hillary's ass only to start kissing Obama's. lol
     
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