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4 hours ago, WG53 said:

No, you dumb shit,  trickle down economics is a fucking myth.

Exactly what someone with zero sense on how the economy works would say.  Face it.  you are an idiot.  You can't even put a paragraph together.  When large and small businesses are successful everybody wins.  It is that simple.  If you don't understand that you are simply too stupid to argue with.   

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52 minutes ago, Soxcat said:

Exactly what someone with zero sense on how the economy works would say.  Face it.  you are an idiot.  You can't even put a paragraph together.  When large and small businesses are successful everybody wins.  It is that simple.  If you don't understand that you are simply too stupid to argue with.   

No, you're just full of shit as usual. Wages have been stagnate ever since the right wing retards introduced trickle down economics. It is why the divide between rich and poor has never been wider.

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7 minutes ago, Soxcat said:

Exactly what someone with zero sense on how the economy works would say.  Face it.  you are an idiot.  You can't even put a paragraph together.  When large and small businesses are successful everybody wins.  It is that simple.  If you don't understand that you are simply too stupid to argue with.   

So by “everybody wins” you mean the rich get richer and everyone else gets poorer?

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8 minutes ago, Starkiller said:

So by “everybody wins” you mean the rich get richer and everyone else gets poorer?

No.  It means in his daily talking points he's instructed to tell the world, in a loud and persistent voice, that trickle down works and if the demtards would just get out of the way, we'd eventually see the benefits of it.

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On 5/17/2019 at 2:28 PM, begooode said:

Trump's administration gets credit for wholesale deregulation.  The questions, imo:  what are the strategies of these dereg efforts and what are the implicit long-term costs to consumers, the environment, and society.

and now in addition to spearheading aggressive deregulation, the EPA wants to limit the Freedom of Information Act process.  Well at least it's a good thing they have built up so much goodwill and credibility beforehand,...

 

Political appointees at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will soon have the authority to reject public information requests without explanation.

 

The EPA’s new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rule will expand the ability of the agency’s administrator and other administration officials to withhold sought-after documents by labeling them “non-responsive,” according to a copy of the final rule obtained by The Hill. The rule is expected to be published in the Federal Register as early as Wednesday and will not allow for a public comment period.

 

According to the new language in the FOIA rule signed by EPA chief Andrew Wheeler last week, the administrator and other officials would be allowed to review all materials that fit a FOIA request criteria, known as responsive documents, and then decide “whether to release or withhold a record or a portion of a record on the basis of responsiveness or under one or more exemptions under the FOIA, and to issue ‘no records’ responses.”

 

https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/450169-new-epa-rule-would-expand-trump-officials-power-to-reject-foia-requests

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Not sure if it was posted, but I saw somewhere that while it hasn't been heavily reported -- all the distracting craziness in the WH -- the farmer bailout is twice the size of the much publicized cash for clunkers program from a decade ago to help the auto industry during the financial crisis.

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53 minutes ago, begooode said:

Not sure if it was posted, but I saw somewhere that while it hasn't been heavily reported -- all the distracting craziness in the WH -- the farmer bailout is twice the size of the much publicized cash for clunkers program from a decade ago to help the auto industry during the financial crisis.

 

Repugs don't care.

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Sounds kinda swampy.  Lazy and swampy and allows Corp America to get unprecedented access/control on the levers of government:

 

President Trump hired 281 lobbyists to his administration by the halfway point of his first term, which is four times more than President Obama hired in six years into office.

One lobbyist was hired for every 14 political appointments made, according to a ProPublica and Columbia Journalism Investigations analysis released Tuesday.

 

Trump has named more ex-lobbyists to his cabinet by September than Obama and President Bush did in their eight years in the White House, AP reported at the time. That includes recent additions Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and Defense Secretary Mark Esper.

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32 minutes ago, begooode said:

Sounds kinda swampy.  Lazy and swampy and allows Corp America to get unprecedented access/control on the levers of government:

 

President Trump hired 281 lobbyists to his administration by the halfway point of his first term, which is four times more than President Obama hired in six years into office.

One lobbyist was hired for every 14 political appointments made, according to a ProPublica and Columbia Journalism Investigations analysis released Tuesday.

 

Trump has named more ex-lobbyists to his cabinet by September than Obama and President Bush did in their eight years in the White House, AP reported at the time. That includes recent additions Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and Defense Secretary Mark Esper.


Fill the swamp!

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