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Post Reply Three good things about Trump being the President?
Posted 11/17/16 , edited 11/17/16
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/11/littlenoticed_law_gives_trump_unexpected_power_to_undo_the_mischief_of_bureaucrats_.html


Little-noticed law gives Trump unexpected power to undo the mischief of bureaucrats




Goodbye stupid Obama EOs
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1. He's cast doubt on the TPP.

2. He's shined a light on lobbyists.

3. He's energized the DNC base in a way Hillary never could.
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funny how the dnc base bent over and took it just like the rnc base bent over and took it when they defrauded ron paul

trump was a fluke in that they simply couldnt pull enough fraud to beat him, which is funny, all he had to do was keep saying truthful inconveniences.

it'd have been better for us if ron paul had dt's set of balls and mouth, he would have surpassed the rnc fraud like trump did, and beaten racist obama in 2012, and we wouldnt still be looking at the wookie and wondering what we saw on the ellen show.
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it'd have been better for us if ron paul had dt's set of balls and mouth, he would have surpassed the rnc fraud like trump did


Actually, Ron Paul lost mostly due to the media blacking him out. It's hard to vote for someone if you don't know they exist. The media did everything they could to ignore him. If Ron Paul received even 10% of the coverage Trump had, there's no doubt he would've won the primaries easily and faced Obama in the general. The only reason Trump received unlimited news coverage was because the DNC and Hillary's campaign wanted him to win the republican nomination since he was the GOP's weakest candidate for a general election. It looks like they had the right idea considering he was the only candidate with unfavorable ratings higher than Hillary and barely won several swing states by very close margins. Of course this was all planned out long before anyone expected new email scandals to be revealed almost weekly, which severely damaged Hillary. In fact, leaked emails showed they planned this months before Trump even announced he was running, back when he and Bill Clinton were still close friends at the time. It really makes you wonder...
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Excerpts pulled from latest commentary of Catherine Austin Fitts (The Solari Report, November 16, 2016) The US Presidential Election: The Productivity Backlash
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One of the hopes for increased productivity is the reengineering of government, education and health care – three areas which have maintained high levels of employment while private corporations were downsizing. This generally means that (i) the tax burden to Americans has been heavy as their incomes flatlined, and (ii) the return on their savings fell as expenses steadily inflated. I often refer to this steady squeeze of the average person and family as the slow burn.

While there is tremendous potential to reengineer government, education and health care, as we described in the 2nd Quarter Wrap Up, the approach by the Obama Administration was seriously flawed. Obamacare, policies regarding health care records and Common Core were among the leading policy reasons for the Democratic defeat in the 2016 elections. And with very good reason. We need to get these changes right to generate productivity for Americans, not simply more invasive intelligence and profits for Silicon Valley. Let Silicon Valley be held to the standard of creating increased labor and human productivity as opposed to engineering surveillance capitalism that will turn Americans into prey.

LEADERSHIP

If you live and work in the heartland of America as I do you spend a lot more time among people who are required to run family budgets, small businesses and farms. They tend to do more concrete functions, such as plumbing, construction, trucking, farming, and manufacturing. They’ve spent a lifetime mastering the art of covering their costs. They understand that you have to “sell something for more than it costs you to make it.” They are not central bankers or Presidents, they can not create money out of thin air. Their financial world is accountable. Even state and local governments are required to balance budgets.

A former CIA officer schooled in covert operations once told me that my problem was that I did not appreciate that the average IQ in America was 103. My response is that a person with an IQ of 103 who has spent a life time balancing budgets scrambling to generate income in a world that only writes a check for real value added is a lot smarter in a world without debt growth than a person with an IQ of 150 who graduated from Harvard or Yale who has been floating on richly subsidized operations in large urban centers. The first person understands that “you have to sell it for more than it costs you to make it.” The second person is floating in a mystical bubble of inflated prices which depend on debt growth to finance activities that promote and justify central control – activities that do not add fundamental value to the economy.

Another thing that first person understands is that one of the keys to productivity is that men and women must give each other energy. Divide and conquer politics are hugely destructive to labor and human productivity. Another issue is meritocracy – “may the best man win.” Affirmative action is too expense and too complex. It is fascism with a progressive front. And a exploding number of rules and regulation are destroying productivity across Americans.

Increasing US productivity is essential and the people who understand how to increase productivity growth are pushing back. They want leadership that can lead us back to fundamental productivity growth. We can no longer afford people who are good at manufacturing more rules, blowing debt bubbles and engineering financial fraud. The long term bull in the bond market is over.

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-He is against TPP and NAFTA.

-He doesn't seem to remember past comments regarding military tribunals on civilians, targeting terrorists' family, or rather moved on. I mean, I HOPE.

-He is not against gay rights or even transgenders. We have a republican candidate not explicitly against said things, and even open to said changes. Of course, appointing Pence and presumably Bannon didn't help, but this shows progress if you ask me.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:
-He doesn't seem to remember past comments regarding military tribunals on civilians, targeting terrorists' family, or rather moved on. I mean, I HOPE.


That's true, I think he was so busy making it up as he went along, he LITERALLY doesn't remember anything he said on the campaign unless it became a Trendy News Bite, like the Wall, or vets' issues.
And then if it does, he milks the crap out of it for the next few months--Because he's a businessman, you see, and understands Marketable Advertising Trademarks.
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it could be worse I guess
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1. revival of the civil rights movement.
2. destruction of the republican party (rise of the libertarian party).
3. reminding peaceful liberals that, they too, have the right to bear arms.
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RaisedInACult wrote:

funny how the dnc base bent over and took it just like the rnc base bent over and took it when they defrauded ron paul

trump was a fluke in that they simply couldnt pull enough fraud to beat him, which is funny, all he had to do was keep saying truthful inconveniences.

it'd have been better for us if ron paul had dt's set of balls and mouth, he would have surpassed the rnc fraud like trump did, and beaten racist obama in 2012, and we wouldnt still be looking at the wookie and wondering what we saw on the ellen show.


LMFAO oh god that bit on the ellen show, yea either something was put in there or something was there from the get go
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SNL (Saturday Night Live) will have PLENTY of material to keep us entertained.
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


kamahl01 wrote:

More than half the country will se what an absurdly ridiculous decision they made. The U.S. will lose a massive amount of respect and China and Russia will become more dominant. He doesn't even believe in climate change....man...Remember this in 4 years and you'll see just how wrong you were.


' so you saying you rather have WW3? ' Out of all the choices Hillary was the worst, Jerid was the best choice.


WW3 could still break out.
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Are the mosquitoes north of the 49th Parallel larger than those indigenous to Mississippi? Here's an opportunity to find out. Don't want Trump..........vote with your feet.


Posted 11/18/16 , edited 11/18/16

PhantomGundam wrote:


RaisedInACult wrote:

it'd have been better for us if ron paul had dt's set of balls and mouth, he would have surpassed the rnc fraud like trump did


Actually, Ron Paul lost mostly due to the media blacking him out. It's hard to vote for someone if you don't know they exist. The media did everything they could to ignore him. If Ron Paul received even 10% of the coverage Trump had, there's no doubt he would've won the primaries easily and faced Obama in the general. The only reason Trump received unlimited news coverage was because the DNC and Hillary's campaign wanted him to win the republican nomination since he was the GOP's weakest candidate for a general election. It looks like they had the right idea considering he was the only candidate with unfavorable ratings higher than Hillary and barely won several swing states by very close margins. Of course this was all planned out long before anyone expected new email scandals to be revealed almost weekly, which severely damaged Hillary. In fact, leaked emails showed they planned this months before Trump even announced he was running, back when he and Bill Clinton were still close friends at the time. It really makes you wonder...

After what we saw this election with the media just outright taking directions from the DNC, just who again do you think is responsible for the media blackout on Ron Paul?



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RaisedInACult wrote:

funny how the dnc base bent over and took it just like the rnc base bent over and took it when they defrauded ron paul

trump was a fluke in that they simply couldnt pull enough fraud to beat him, which is funny, all he had to do was keep saying truthful inconveniences.

it'd have been better for us if ron paul had dt's set of balls and mouth, he would have surpassed the rnc fraud like trump did, and beaten racist obama in 2012, and we wouldnt still be looking at the wookie and wondering what we saw on the ellen show.


LMFAO oh god that bit on the ellen show, yea either something was put in there or something was there from the get go

I dunno, if something was put there, it bounced WAY too naturally...
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Posted 11/18/16
1) I made money betting on Trump winning the election.

2) It will be funny to laugh at all these working class rust belt idiots as the economy becomes more dog eat dog in the next four years and they loose more and more of their rights, wealth and livelihoods.

3) I'm thinking of starting a marketing company to sell nutritional supplements like Alex Jones, and without Trump supporters how will I make money?
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