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Re: GOP Primary

Postby upallnight » Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:47 pm

Donald Trump Jr sounded like a dumb ass on Twitter lol.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Sat Dec 16, 2017 5:10 pm

upallnight wrote:Donald Trump Jr sounded like a dumb ass on Twitter lol.


The Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. The average person might be embarrassed if they tweeted misinformation about something they should know. Like the POTUS son tweeting FCC Chairman Pai being an Obama’s appointment. True enough Pai was appointed to serve on the FCC Commission during the Obama Administration. Only because the law requires 2 of the five appointments be from the Presidents opposition Party. Jr. should know that as well as know it was his father that elevated Pai to Chair the Commission, not Obama.

The average person would be embarrassed. Not so for those that have never had an original thought enter their head. If Jr’s ignorance becomes too obvious, Daddy may yet pressure one of his lawyers to say he tweets for Jr. He definitely will if Jr. tweets something incriminating. Like revealing his Daddy instructed him to attend the June 9th meeting with Russia’s operatives, offering dirt on Clinton in exchamge for repealing the Magnitsky Act.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:56 am

Good News for the Wealthy & the Poor.

The Republican Partisan Tax Reform Bill that everyone agrees will create a 1.5 Trillion increase in the federal deficit over the next decade, purports to stimulate economic growth. Expansive consumer spending and job growth will definitely hit two sectors of the retail industry; high and low.

Nordstrom, Nieman Marcus, Treasure Island and other retail brick and mortar high end retailers will survive the internet’s huge market of online retail sales. Shopping is a ritual for the wealthy, an event so to speak. One that usually includes lunch with friends and maybe a spa treatment or handball workout at the gym.

For the rest, shopping is chore. The convenience of internet shopping an important time saver. Meaning more time to spend with friends and family when away from the daily work grind. Shopping for groceries is relegated to one local venue or two, depending on the weekly sale items.

The average spender opts for as much convenience as they can afford. For rural spenders convenience is a consideration, but a secondary one. They’re used to traveling outside of their community to get what they need. The local Dollar Stores, with their expanded refrigeration units provides milk and eggs and a few dairy staples. If any meat or produce is available, it’s in a limited freezer unit.

Recently Amazon, the largest purveyor of Internet retail sales bought Whole Foods. A very smart move, in that Amazon with its extremely huge and efficient deliver system (that includes a contract with the U.S. Post Office for Sunday deliveries) is positioned for overnight delivery of fresh food products (meat, dairy & produce)....to those that can afford their service.

For those that can’t afford to shop at the high end stores, or the convenience of online shopping & overnight delivery...well there’s local retail. At least some rural communities have a Walmart Superstore within 25 or 30 miles. And almost every rural community has. Dollar Store in their community or nearby. If not the Dollar stores planned expansion, adding anothev 1,000 stores to their inventory of 14,000 will fill a lot of voids. They’ll also put a good many small grocerers out of business. The stores already operating on razor thin profit margins.

Next year House Speaker Ryan has promised to reform ‘Entitlements’, meaning Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Veterans Benefits, etc. It naturally follows that somebody must pay for the Republican Tax Reform. Any guess which part of society is expected to pay for the 1.5 Trillion deficit of this years Republican Tax reformation?


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Pappy » Wed Dec 20, 2017 1:40 pm

Cate McCalley wrote:Good News for the Wealthy & the Poor.

The Republican Partisan Tax Reform Bill that everyone agrees will create a 1.5 Trillion increase in the federal deficit over the next decade, purports to stimulate economic growth. Expansive consumer spending and job growth will definitely hit two sectors of the retail industry; high and low.

Nordstrom, Nieman Marcus, Treasure Island and other retail brick and mortar high end retailers will survive the internet’s huge market of online retail sales. Shopping is a ritual for the wealthy, an event so to speak. One that usually includes lunch with friends and maybe a spa treatment or handball workout at the gym.

For the rest, shopping is chore. The convenience of internet shopping an important time saver. Meaning more time to spend with friends and family when away from the daily work grind. Shopping for groceries is relegated to one local venue or two, depending on the weekly sale items.

The average spender opts for as much convenience as they can afford. For rural spenders convenience is a consideration, but a secondary one. They’re used to traveling outside of their community to get what they need. The local Dollar Stores, with their expanded refrigeration units provides milk and eggs and a few dairy staples. If any meat or produce is available, it’s in a limited freezer unit.

Recently Amazon, the largest purveyor of Internet retail sales bought Whole Foods. A very smart move, in that Amazon with its extremely huge and efficient deliver system (that includes a contract with the U.S. Post Office for Sunday deliveries) is positioned for overnight delivery of fresh food products (meat, dairy & produce)....to those that can afford their service.

For those that can’t afford to shop at the high end stores, or the convenience of online shopping & overnight delivery...well there’s local retail. At least some rural communities have a Walmart Superstore within 25 or 30 miles. And almost every rural community has. Dollar Store in their community or nearby. If not the Dollar stores planned expansion, adding anothev 1,000 stores to their inventory of 14,000 will fill a lot of voids. They’ll also put a good many small grocerers out of business. The stores already operating on razor thin profit margins.

Next year House Speaker Ryan has promised to reform ‘Entitlements’, meaning Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Veterans Benefits, etc. It naturally follows that somebody must pay for the Republican Tax Reform. Any guess which part of society is expected to pay for the 1.5 Trillion deficit of this years Republican Tax reformation?

Tweeter is on his way to the Border to see how much he can spend on the wall now he got his tax bill passed.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:31 am

The Republican Partisan Tax Reform Bill that everyone agrees will create a 1.5 Trillion increase in the federal deficit over the next decade, purports to stimulate economic growth. Expansive consumer spending and job growth will definitely hit two sectors of the retail industry; high and low.


Not as good as Obama. He increased it that much in 18 months.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Fri Dec 22, 2017 7:36 pm

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:
The Republican Partisan Tax Reform Bill that everyone agrees will create a 1.5 Trillion increase in the federal deficit over the next decade, purports to stimulate economic growth. Expansive consumer spending and job growth will definitely hit two sectors of the retail industry; high and low.


Not as good as Obama. He increased it that much in 18 months.


Yep, financial corporate bailouts and stimulation packages ain’t cheap. Neither are back to back wars that never end.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Mon Dec 25, 2017 9:57 am

THE BIG LIST OF TAX-CUT PAYOFFS
17 companies announce bonuses, more pay, expansion

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/12/the-big-l ... t-payoffs/
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:58 am

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:THE BIG LIST OF TAX-CUT PAYOFFS
17 companies announce bonuses, more pay, expansion

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/12/the-big-l ... t-payoffs/


I’m wondering how these corporations can afford $1,000 employee bonuses, pay increases and expansion plans now, when they haven’t realized any tax benefit and won’t for at least 18 months or 2 years, depending on whether or not Trump signs the legislation this calendar year or 2018? It certainly isn’t because of a tax cut they received on this year’s balance sheet, or any others for past years.

Oh wait nevermind It’s good Public Relations to support a President that promises huge corporate windfalls.


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Pappy » Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:16 pm

Cate McCalley wrote:
GFunkMoneyDog wrote:THE BIG LIST OF TAX-CUT PAYOFFS
17 companies announce bonuses, more pay, expansion

http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/12/the-big-l ... t-payoffs/


I’m wondering how these corporations can afford $1,000 employee bonuses, pay increases and expansion plans now, when they haven’t realized any tax benefit and won’t for at least 18 months or 2 years, depending on whether or not Trump signs the legislation this calendar year or 2018? It certainly isn’t because of a tax cut they received on this year’s balance sheet, or any others for past years.

Oh wait nevermind It’s good Public Relations to support a President that promises huge corporate windfalls.

Treasury Sec Steve Mnuchin received his Christmas Bonus in packages of Horse Shit hope he saves some for Trump.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:14 pm

Lol! @ Pappy.

Dang, what a waste of good horse manure!


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Pappy » Thu Jan 04, 2018 7:06 pm

Now little fat rocket man has gone to far he has fired a rocket and attacked our beautiful Romaine Lettuce Patches behind the white house my finger is on the button as we speak just waiting the right moment.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Demon Hunter » Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:26 am

Cate would rather see our nation fall into financial ruin than admit Trump is doing a good job with the economy.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Sat Jan 06, 2018 2:32 pm

Demon Hunter wrote:Cate would rather see our nation fall into financial ruin than admit Trump is doing a good job with the economy.


Right. Those 1500 jobs added to the coal related industry last year made everybody in the coal fields billionaires. That economic windfall propelled them all right smack dab into the world of real estate tycoons, TV stars & the West Wing of the WH. :roll: Oh wait!.... I got that backwards!


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Re: GOP Primary

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:03 pm

The days of being fleeced by the United Nations are OVER!!! The Trump admin has informed the UN relief and Works Agency which ministers to so called Palestinian refugees, that it is providing 10's of millions of dollars less than our original pledge.
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Re: GOP Primary

Postby Cate McCalley » Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:15 am

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:The days of being fleeced by the United Nations are OVER!!! The Trump admin has informed the UN relief and Works Agency which ministers to so called Palestinian refugees, that it is providing 10's of millions of dollars less than our original pledge.


I asked folks a couple of weeks ago where ISIS would be fleeing, having been driven out of Mosul, Aleppo, etc. Well...now that they’ve declared war on the Hama’s we don’t have to wonder anymore. Imagine that. Iran has delivered ISIS right to Israel’s door step.

Last week ISIS released a beheading video of a Hamas leader. Starting the video saying the beheading was the beginning of their war on Hamas for their cooperation with the U.S., allowing Israel to move its Capitol to Jerusalem.


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