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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Who's out of touch


37 comments:

opie said...

Ah, more poll data embraced by the bias of CH truth. Let me know who gives a crap other than you, CH.

Another flip flop by our esteemed host, Shocking.

KD said...

I have no hope for the Three Liberal Stooges to learn, nor do I have any hope that the in-bed US Media will either, but , damn, at some point they might want to stop asking us Americans what we think of Trump/Republicans vs The Liberal loser Party.


I saw that US Stocks went up again, the left wants to tell us it is because of Obama, OK, sure, let us say for this discussion it is, but, IF it drops all of a sudden, will the same leftist tell us it is because of Obama?

KD, Opium rock dumb said...

Opie, you care. You could have read it and done nothing, but, instead you gave us some low IQ blather.

Do you grow some of your own food, are you as green as me and my family ?

rrb said...

100 days of Democratic rage

Trump has enabled the Democratic Party to overlook its serious problems.

http://www.politico.com/story/2017/04/25/trump-democrats-100-days-237555


while blinded by the searing rage of TDS, it's no surprise they're out of touch with those they purport to represent. i'm old enough to remember when democrats represented the working man. nowadays all they seem to represent are wannabe snowflake anarchists who dress like isis.

caliphate4vr said...

hilarious

Commonsense said...

i'm old enough to remember when democrats represented the working man.

They now vote for Donald Trump.

Democrats have now become the party of wall street socialism.

opie said...

KD the goat fucker planted hills of tomato's said....


Nothing again, no surprise there. Idiot

Nyukyukyuk said...

The people on this blog are more politically-informed than the average person responding to a poll. And it's almost certain that we all believe that our party is in touch with the concerns of most people. And maybe both parties are, in fact, in touch with those concerns. The policy disagreements, in my opinion, are more about how to accomplish the objectives. Of course, when the discussion goes to tax policy, most of those who know me won't be surprised at my scoffing at yet another trickle-down tax proposal.

Commonsense said...

The people on this blog are more politically-informed than the average person responding to a poll.

With the possible exception of Opie.

opie said...

Menstral child again attempts to show how smart he is said.....

With the possible exception of all cultists and biased R's who post here. LOL

Commonsense said...
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Commonsense said...

For Opie, willful stupidity is not just a fashion choice.

Myballs said...

We now learn that the judge blocking Trump's sanctuary City order has bundled hundreds of thousands of dollars for obama.

This is not what the judiciary was meant to be.

KD, Pres Trump has done nothing to make Dems Mad, so why are they so pissed off all of the time said...

Democrats have now become the party of wall street socialism. "CS

Bernie Sanders was the first to call out Obama/Hillary for this kind of selling of their souls.

Obama is already raking in the cash from Wall Street, $400,000 nice, but what about his 8 Lost Years of preaching to all of us that he is different, he is not about the money?

Will he now donate his retirement check from the US Government, he clearly does not need it, he could do as the sitting President has done, give it to the US Parks Department.

I know Obama is like all the liberals that post here, they talk of hating money and wealth, but jump like buzzards on a dead raccoon to get theirs.

rrb said...

This is not what the judiciary was meant to be.
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well, i guess it depends upon one's perspective. liberals are shrewd. they have come to realize that if they can't get the voters to accept and pass their agenda in the voting booth, then the next best thing to do is to pack the courts with 0linsky throne sniffers. this is why harry reid had to go nuclear at the district court level.

and this is also why imo, if trump accomplishes nothing else in his presidency from here on out, getting gorsuch on the ussc was absolutely critical and will have made his presidency worth it.



opie said...

We now learn that the judge blocking Trump's sanctuary City order has bundled hundreds of thousands of dollars for obama

Thanx citizens united!!!!!

opie said...

Ballz, I love the hyperbole of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Why didn't you specify it was 200K? LOL
Source fox news....shocking!!!
Now I am sure the complaint will be obama taking lots of money for a speech at Goldman ......I hope you temper it with the knowledge how Busch and his wife enriched themselves at the expense of vets when they spoke to them. They are all thieves.

Commonsense said...

That actually has nothing to do with the Citizen's United ruling. What this judge did was perfectly legal before the ruling.

But don't tell Opie. Let him rejoice in his ignorance.

Still while it's legal, you have to question the propriety of a federal judge bundling political contributions to a candidate.

opie said...

. That actually has nothing to do with the Citizen's United ruling

LOL..since you have no clue where the money came from, your statement is patently false. Nice try, asshole...

Former President George W. Bush has made good on his pledge to "replenish the ol' coffers," raking in a whopping $15 million in speaking fees since leaving office, according to a report.

Despite claims of keeping a low profile, W has been crisscrossing the globe over the past two years, giving talks at hundreds of events, conferences and forums – to anyone, it appears, willing to pony up for his reportedly boffo asking price.

No. 43's standard speaking fee is reportedly between $100,000 and $150,000, and Bush has delivered almost 140 paid talks since leaving the Oval Office, the Center for Public Integrity reported.

Myballs said...

Dopie, I also could have mentioned his own contributions to obama supporting groups that totaled 30k.

Are you saying 200k isn't hundreds of thousands? Lol

opie said...

Are you saying 200k isn't hundreds of thousands? Lol

I'm saying your headline was hyperbolic and mis leading which was yours and foxes intent.....Idiot

KD, Prosperity is Back in Style said...

Now I am sure the complaint will be obama taking lots of money for a speech at Goldman " Opium wrong again


Not at all, Glad to see the brother can get some green, thing is and it is clear we need to educate the dopie one on his parties stance on wealth, corp greed and the like.

Liberals own the Dem party, they speak about how Corp are greedy, hateful groups of wealth and profit mongers, yet, when that wealth , profits are available to pay Hillary-Bill The Rapist- Obama and that ilk, well they are first in line.

Conservative Capitalist, like bush and the Republican party believe in wealth creation, leveraging and passing wealth to our children.

The Three Stooges are not about to have their kids inherent a dime.

KD, Drunkard said...

‎Nov‎ ‎09‎, ‎2016 Opening on the S $ P 500 2,131.56 ( I put money in , because Roger Krugman said US Markets would Crash and may never recover , posted the US Markets where in freefall)

Trump Effect just began to get rolling , rolling oh yeah.

Nov. 25th, 2017 Close on the S $ P 500 2,388.61


Did you invest in America or did you Invest like Medicaid Dependent Roger Krugman?


opie said...

The idiot of Kansas, makes shit up again...

are not about to have their kids inherent a dime.

And you base that on inheriting everything you have??? Nothing like being a lazy landowner who has done nothing but take from others, like donnie's kids spoiled brats, the ultimate leeches. LOL

KD, Opium like Alky envy wealth holders said...

And you base that on inheriting everything you have??? "

Nope

For starters my bride and I have saved enough that both of our children can attend college and leave with a degree of their choosing and no student loan debt. Why would anyone that have children want to put them in a deep hole to begin life?

Coming out of the Lost Years, Student Loans owned by the US Government topped 1.4 Trillion dollars.

Roger Amick said...

Trickle Up
President Trump will unveil Wednesday a proposal to slash the corporate tax rate from 35 to 15 percent—a change that would balloon the federal deficit by an estimated $2 trillion dollars over a decade. The plan will reportedly include additional cuts to the income tax rate paid by high earners and a tax credit for child care that would mostly benefit the wealthy, at further cost to the federal budget.

While some Republican lawmakers cheerfully echoed to TPM the White House line that the tax cuts will “pay for themselves” by spurring massive economic growth, both official government analyses and conservative economists are much more skeptical.


“There’s no pure tax cut that pays for itself,” Alan Cole, an economist at the right-leaning Tax Foundation, told the Associated Press.

Len Burman, the co-founder of the Tax Policy Center think tank, characterized it as “wishful thinking.” Bruce Bartlett, an economist who advised the Reagan and George W. Bush administrations, has likened these calculations to “using smoke and mirrors to institutionalize Republican ideology into the budget process.” George Callas, who serves as senior tax counsel to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), dismissed the framework as a “magic unicorn” whose main impact would be akin to “dropping cash out of helicopters on corporate headquarters.”

TPM

Loretta Russo said...

Spam by the drunkard

KD, LOL @ HB Daily said...

a change that would balloon the federal deficit by an estimated $2 trillion dollars over a decade." Roger Medicaid Krugman


LOL @ you on every post of yours, you boy racked up 14 Trillion in 8 years and now your faking outrage if a tax cut might add 2 trillion over 10 years.

You are always so very wrong on every issue add this one to the list.

rrb said...

a change that would balloon the federal deficit by an estimated $2 trillion dollars over a decade.
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LOL.

you can always tell when there's a republican president...

deficits and debt suddenly matter again.

good one alky.

rrb said...



and "red lines" are back in vogue -

"I think what would motivate President Obama [to criticize Trump] is if we saw the federal government start to cross some clear red lines in terms of long-observed norms and values that, frankly, I think that we've started to take for granted."

—Josh Earnest

opie said...

ou on every post of yours, you boy racked up 14 Trillion in 8 years

Thanx to the busch recession, unfunded wars and tax breaks by your hero. But it was Obama's fault that GDP growth sucked. LOL

opie said...

For starters my bride and I have saved enough that both of our children can attend college and leave with a degree of their choosing and no student loan debt

Going to community college....WOW....Probably leaves you very little to live on without the largess of Uncle sugar and his safety net of medicaid and SS. You probably would not survive without them. especially the medical costs as you get old. BTW My kid has no college debt either....scholarships helped, savings the rest. I worked for what I had, you got it passed down to you and deny you're good fortune and luck. Idiot

KD said...

you can always tell when there's a republican president...

deficits and debt suddenly matter again.

good one alky."


Yep, never heard from him when in 8 years his prez pimped his way to 14 trillion in new US Debt.

KD, LOL @ Opium daily said...

I never ever denied the legacy of my fine Parents, wrong again opium.

Both my kids will complete 4 year real college degrees, wrong again opium

I did not pay into either SS or Medicare, so , in turn they are not part of my retirement, wrong again opium

I worked for what I had" opium, you did nothing according to the Debt Queen Black Berry.

opie said...

Anonymous KD, LOL @ Opium daily said...
I never ever denied the legacy of my fine Parents,

Your parents didn't deserve an idiot like you mooching off what they earned. Idiot.

Keep hilling your tomato's . I hear community colleges produce second rate graduates. I doubt you had a real job in your life other than making shit up.

Commonsense said...

Enlightened analysis by the FDU drop out.

opie said...

Commonsense said...
Enlightened analysis by the FDU drop out.

And your masters is in what? Urbation.....Idiot cultist.