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Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!
 

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Our beloved Trump is the best president we have had in decades.

He rules his country and people with great wisdom.

Only liars can deny this fact. ... :cool:
 
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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!
Then you've been lying for a long time. Here, free the gerbil.

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!
Then you've been lying for a long time. Here, free the gerbil.

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Brilliant!! Just fucking brilliant! That's all that you can say?
 
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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
Obama tried to mitigate those problems, Everything that Trump has done exacerbates them
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
Obama tried to mitigate those problems, Everything that Trump has done exacerbates them

Obama tried to mitigate those problems,

He didn't fix them?

Is it because he was such a weak failure?
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
Obama?? Why are you bringing him up? I didn’t see a mention of him anywhere in the OP.
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!





Wages are doing well. Especially lower end wages.
 

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Granny asks, "Den how come its makin' America great again...

... Mr. Smarty-Pants?"
 
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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
Obama tried to mitigate those problems, Everything that Trump has done exacerbates them

Obama tried to mitigate those problems,

He didn't fix them?

Is it because he was such a weak failure?
Give me a fucking break! Are you completely ignorant of the fact that from the time that the ACA was passed Republicans did everything that they could to undermine it , which detracted from addiction services and much more?

Do you have your head so far up your ass that you do not know that Obama strengthened regulations to protect air a water quality while Trump has bed rolling them back? You are either that stupid, or just lying. Which is it?
 

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Well, I didn't click the link, but Dr. Paul Krugman, a Nobel Prize winning economist, predicted that the market would crash if Trump were elected. No shit. Didn't equivocate: the market would crash.

He could not have been more mistaken.

There ya go.
 
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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!





Wages are doing well. Especially lower end wages.
Horseshit! Show us the numbers. What is "doing well"?
 
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Well, I didn't click the link, but Dr. Paul Krugman, a Nobel Prize winning economist, predicted that the market would crash if Trump were elected. No shit. Didn't equivocate: the market would crash.

He could not have been more mistaken.

There ya go.
He may have been wrong about the market, but how does that refute my OP?
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!





Wages are doing well. Especially lower end wages.
Horseshit! Show us the numbers. What is "doing well"?
Where do you live?
Is your area attracting business?
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!





Wages are doing well. Especially lower end wages.
Horseshit! Show us the numbers. What is "doing well"?



Workers at the lower end of the pay scale finally are getting the most benefit from rising wages


"The recent jump in paychecks has come with an unusual characteristic, as workers at the lower end of the pay scale are getting the greater benefit.

Average hourly earnings rose 3.4 percent in February from the same period a year ago, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics report last week. That's the biggest gain since April 2009 and seventh month in a row that compensation has been 3 percent or better.

What has set this rise apart is that it's the first time during an economic recovery that began in mid-2009 that the bottom half of earners are benefiting more than the top half — in fact, about twice as much, according to calculations by Goldman Sachs. The trend began in 2018 and has continued into this year, and could be signaling a stronger economy than many experts think."
 

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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!
Then you've been lying for a long time. Here, free the gerbil.

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Brilliant!! Just fucking brilliant! That's all that you can say?
Free the gerbil.
 

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More bullshit from the libtards.


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I have been saying this for a long time. Many people know the truth. The 50% of American households who do not own stock are not benefiting from the soring stock market. While the unemployment rate is low, there are still a hell of a lot of people out of work. Many of those who are working have trouble making ends meet and must work several low wage jobs.

Yet, Trump is running on the economy and too many gullible fools, including some who have been left behind, still support him based on this-perhaps his biggest lie.

Nobel economist: Trump’s economy is an absolute disaster for people and the planet

It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November, because, whatever reservations about him voters may have, he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Neither GDP nor the Dow is a good measure of economic performance. Neither tells us what’s happening to ordinary citizens’ living standards or anything about sustainability.

Many households are struggling, and then there is the issue of the environment and our health:


Two years ago, a few rare corporate leaders were concerned about climate change, or upset at Trump’s misogyny and bigotry. Most, however, were celebrating the president’s tax cuts for billionaires and corporations and looking forward to his efforts to deregulate the economy. That would allow businesses to pollute the air more, get more Americans hooked on opioids, entice more children to eat their diabetes-inducing foods, and engage in the sort of financial shenanigans that brought on the 2008 crisis.

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things! Get real peopleQ!

Who is willing to say the air and water polution, opiods and diabetes are good things!

We didn't have those under Obama, eh?
Silly twat.
Obama?? Why are you bringing him up? I didn’t see a mention of him anywhere in the OP.
Obama?? Why are you bringing him up?

Because some whiny twat seemed to be blaming air and water pollution, opioids and diabetes on Trump.

Do you think those weren't issues before Trump?
 

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