DonTheCon2k20

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10 minutes ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:
  • The employment-population ratio — the number of employed people as a percentage of the U.S. adult population — plunged to 52.8% in May, meaning 47.2% of Americans are jobless.

 

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/29/nearly-half-the-us-population-is-without-a-job-showing-how-far-the-labor-recovery-has-to-go.html

That’s really not so bad!

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And somehow all these unemployed folks, due to the coronavirus, is Trump's fault...lol.

If you really want to point fingers, point to the Democrats in blue states and cities that are keeping business locked down so the uninformed will blame it on Trump.

They'll sacrifice the economy (which was roaring before this, by the way) just for the chance to get rid of Trump.

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37 minutes ago, LumRaiderFan said:

And somehow all these unemployed folks, due to the coronavirus, is Trump's fault...lol.

If you really want to point fingers, point to the Democrats in blue states and cities that are keeping business locked down so the uninformed will blame it on Trump.

They'll sacrifice the economy (which was roaring before this, by the way) just for the chance to get rid of Trump.

You mean like the hardcore liberal Greg Abbott?

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16 minutes ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:

You mean like the hardcore liberal Greg Abbott?

In case you haven't noticed, businesses are still open in Texas.

I'm sure you're not seriously arguing that Republicans are holding business down equal to Democrats.

Of course, some Democrat controlled cites don't have to worry about it, they have allowed the businesses to be burned and destroyed...problem solved, the Democrat way.

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17 hours ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:
  • The employment-population ratio — the number of employed people as a percentage of the U.S. adult population — plunged to 52.8% in May, meaning 47.2% of Americans are jobless.

 

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/29/nearly-half-the-us-population-is-without-a-job-showing-how-far-the-labor-recovery-has-to-go.html

Unless one is brain dead, and don't realize it, the caronavirus put a stop to Trump's excellent economy.  Again, kind of suspicious that it happened at the beginning of an election year.  Anyway, now those like ConTheCon who's bible is CNBC, MSLSD, and CNN can go around posting crap like this.  No doubt it's true, but it's not capitalism that caused it.  But capitalism well take of it eventually!  Much to your side's agitation! 

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4 minutes ago, Reagan said:

Unless one is brain dead, and don't realize it, the caronavirus put a stop to Trump's excellent economy.  Again, kind of suspicious that it happened at the beginning of an election year.  Anyway, now those like ConTheCon who's bible is CNBC, MSLSD, and CNN can go around posting crap like this.  No doubt it's true, but it's not capitalism that caused it.  But capitalism well take of it eventually!  Much to your side's agitation! 

Lol.. I benefit a lot more from a strong economy and stock market than you do, clown. 

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1 hour ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:

Lol.. I benefit a lot more from a strong economy and stock market than you do, clown. 

Why do you have to call him a clown? If you have to revert to name calling, it may appear that you have either a weak argument or that you are lashing out from frustration. That’s not very attractive. Makes you look weak. I’m sure that’s not the case, so let’s move on to the 2nd point. Why would you assume that you “benefit a lot more from a strong economy and stock market than you do” when speaking to @Reagan . That’s very presumptive. Once again, when people brag and degrade others, it’s usually a sign of feelings of inferiority. Goes hand in hand with the name calling. You know you’re better than that. Go on now and apologize. You’ll feel lots better. I promise. 

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54 minutes ago, SmashMouth said:

Why do you have to call him a clown? If you have to revert to name calling, it may appear that you have either a weak argument or that you are lashing out from frustration. That’s not very attractive. Makes you look weak. I’m sure that’s not the case, so let’s move on to the 2nd point. Why would you assume that you “benefit a lot more from a strong economy and stock market than you do” when speaking to @Reagan . That’s very presumptive. Once again, when people brag and degrade others, it’s usually a sign of feelings of inferiority. Goes hand in hand with the name calling. You know you’re better than that. Go on now and apologize. You’ll feel lots better. I promise. 

Smashmouth, we got him.  Like I've always said, you know you are winning when the other side starts the name calling.  Think about what he/she's saying:  He/she tries to tell us he/she's a capitalist but goes around this forum bashing the only capitalist in the race.  Has he/she bashed Biden for being a socialist?  Not that I'm aware of!

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18 hours ago, LumRaiderFan said:

And somehow all these unemployed folks, due to the coronavirus, is Trump's fault...lol.

If you really want to point fingers, point to the Democrats in blue states and cities that are keeping business locked down so the uninformed will blame it on Trump.

They'll sacrifice the economy (which was roaring before this, by the way) just for the chance to get rid of Trump.

If all this had happened during Obama's tenure the right wing trolls  here would have made this forum stand up and do the moon walk.

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6 hours ago, Kountzer said:

If all this had happened during Obama's tenure the right wing trolls  here would have made this forum stand up and do the moon walk.

You might be right...the problem is it didn’t. So let’s address the issue honestly and truthfully. So why do you mention it? What is your reasoning for pointing your finger at someone for something that hasn’t happened?

Tell me truthfully @Kountzer, had it not been for this China Virus crap, would unemployment be so high, and would the economy have taken such a nosedive? No finger pointing or what if’s please.  I have another question after you answer. 

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2 hours ago, LumRaiderFan said:

Obama created his own financial messes, didn't need a pandemic.

The GFC starter during the bush administration, it’s literally a fact 🤦🏻‍♂️ 🤦🏻‍♂️ 

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7 hours ago, Kountzer said:

If all this had happened during Obama's tenure the right wing trolls  here would have made this forum stand up and do the moon walk.

These boys passionately defend the republicans and blame everything on the dumb libs, as if republicans somehow care about the rural SETX folk lol.

 

news flash - if you ain’t in the 1%, you don’t matter to them!

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28 minutes ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:

The GFC starter during the bush administration, it’s literally a fact 🤦🏻‍♂️ 🤦🏻‍♂️ 

Once again you show your ignorance.  Yes, it started in the Bush administration and the Bush administration was sounding the alarm on the state of Freddie Mae and Fannie Mac while Barney, Dodd and the Democrats were saying all is well...this was ANOTHER problem created by Democrats.

You know this, it's a shame you can't admit it simply because you're a liberal.

https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/bush-administration-tried-reform-freddie-and-fannie-five-years-ago

From the article:

Rove responded, “Well, there was concern about it, particularly in the housing area, we were briefed as far back as 2001 about the problems with Fannie and Freddie; in fact, we moved aggressively in 2004 to regulate Fannie and Freddie, actually got a bill through the Senate Banking and Finance Committee only to have it filibustered by [Sen.] Chris Dodd.”
 
Rove said Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac “accelerated their imprudent behavior after we attempted to regulate them. They bought almost as much mortgage debt from 2005 through 2008” as they bought in their first 30 years of their existence.

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3 minutes ago, DonTheCon2k20 said:

Still blaming the dims lol, sad 

 

Uh, yeah...because they did it.  Thank you for acknowledging the dim aspect.

For someone that claims to be a finance guy, you don't know much about financial matters...sad.

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6 minutes ago, LumRaiderFan said:

Uh, yeah...because they did it.  Thank you for acknowledging the dim aspect.

For someone that claims to be a finance guy, you don't know much about financial matters...sad.

You’re doing all the RNC’s heavy lifting and not even getting paid for it, ultra sad!

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