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Washington DC and The Holy Land>It's the economy. And Trump is stupid.
Lex Luthor 08:20 PM 07-31-2020
This article from a month ago in the Daily Edge pretty much nails it.

Originally Posted by :
It's the Economy. And Trump's Stupid.

Trump is the dumbest person America could have picked to lead us through these complicated times.

Another 1.5 million Americans filed jobless claims last week.

US GDP fell 5% in the first quarter.

And the IMF just slashed its forecast for the full year—from a decline of 5.9% in US GDP to a staggering 8% contraction.

We know Trump failed to protect us from the coronavirus. He owns that 100%. But it’s also worth remembering (as I have been saying all year), that Trump’s disastrous mismanagement of the economy has also set the stage for the current disaster. As the National Bureau of Economic Research announced earlier this month, the Trump Recession actually began PRE-LOCKDOWN, in February.

Even setting all the corruption aside, Trump is simply too stupid to be President.

You can argue about the wisdom of electing a “businessman” with no military or political experience to the Presidency. But you can’t argue that Donald Trump has been the worst-possible “businessman” for the job.

Even in the areas in which he’s supposed to have shown he’s a winner, he’s actually a total loser. Trump even managed to fail bigly as a casino owner during the biggest boom in US casino history. If we really wanted to put a hotel and gaming executive in charge of the US economy and the world’s biggest casino—Wall Street—we could have picked….

*checks notes*

… literally ANY other casino executive in America.

During the biggest boom in US casino history (1995-2005), here's what you have ended up with if you invested $1,000 in:

Penn National Gaming: $33,400
MGM: $5,300
Boyd Gaming: $3,800
Argosy: $3,400
Harrah's: $2,400
Casino America: $1,600
@realDonaldTrump: $110

In a country that’s known for entrepreneurial self-made billionaires such as Mike Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett, Trump is best known for inheriting his wealth and blowing it.

Looking at his other claim to fame—as a reality TV star—it’s easy to make the case that Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are both smarter business people. And in the world of TV as a whole, there’s no doubt that Oprah Winfrey is more talented, more empathetic—and far more successful in business.

The truth is, Trump has always been the stupid person’s idea of a successful businessman, complete with his gold toilet and his collection of trophy wives and girlfriends. After his TV show made him famous, his willingness to go full racist as a political candidate made him the acceptable, business-suited face of the alt-right. When he became the “family values” GOP’s adulterous, pussy-grabbing nominee, the party grudgingly rallied behind him in a last-gasp battle waged by conservative white male boomers desperate to retain their hold on power.

Back in 2016, it seemed that Trump’s real ambition was to build his mailing list and become fat and unhappy in the conservative grifter mold of Newt Gingrich and Mike Huckabee, with perhaps a Trump TV network added to the mix in partnership with his disgraced, now-deceased pervert pal Roger Ailes.

As the face of conservative opposition to President Hillary Clinton, Trump could have spent the last three-plus years building a nice profitable business without even having to launder money for international criminals and mobsters. Unfortunately, Robert Mercer (along with his employees Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway) and Vladimir Putin had bigger plans for him.

So instead of Trump moving his shameless hustles from the general market to the conservative griftosphere, the unthinkable happened: The former figurehead of a corrupt fake University… the perennial loser more famous for his multiple bankruptcies than for ever building a successful business… the idiot who couldn’t even make money running a casino… was put in charge of the world’s biggest economy without having the slightest clue what that meant or what to do.

Three and a half years later, we are seeing the results: Trump’s abject stupidity has led America into a complete and utter economic disaster.
https://thedailyedge.substack.com/p/...-trumps-stupid
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Donger 09:32 AM 08-01-2020
Blaming Trump for the present economic challenges is wrong, petty and stupid.
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Loneiguana 09:40 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Bowser:
Remember when Biden was calling Trump a xenophobe as late as March 26th for stopping traffic coming in from China? Or DeBlasio going to a gym in the middle of March and encouraging New Yorkers to ride the subways? Or drunk Aunt Nan telling people to go to Chinatown the first of March? Of course you don't.

And major LOLs at you for jumping on the "EVICTION IS VIOLENCE" dumb**** merry-go-round. Par for the course for a good little Marxist such as yourself.
You do know in your temper tantrum you didnt address nor refute anything and only played "trumper stupid ( and often untrue) talking point" game?

Anyway, again, in other developed nations that arent run by toddlers, they dont have this eviction crisis. Marxism. :-):-). You dont have an orginal though, do you dumb dumb?

Oh I'm sure kicking out a bunch of people jobless because of, get this, a pandemic wont cause any problems. There will be totally new tenants coming in to take those spots. And there is no way we would just end up with a bunch of homeless people AND property owners going bankrupt too. Nope. Cant happen at all.

Trumpers totally have it right. These lazy good for nothings can go homeless with zero larger negative consquences to anyone else.

:-)

/where is that v recovery at?
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Loneiguana 09:44 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Donger:
Blaming Trump for the present economic challenges is wrong, petty and stupid.
:-)

The present economic challenges are a direct result of Trump and the GOP senante not taking this seriously from the start, refusing to lead, and refusing any type of economic help since april.

Only blind GOP loyality and partisan stubbornness would keep a person from looking at how other governments have managed the economic crisis and try to claim our current president hasnt failed.

LOL.
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Bowser 09:44 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
You do know in your temper tantrum you didnt address nor refute anything and only played "trumper stupid ( and often untrue) talking point" game?

Anyway, again, in other developed nations that arent run by toddlers, they dont have this eviction crisis. Marxism. :-):-). You dont have an orginal though, do you dumb dumb?

Oh I'm sure kicking out a bunch of people jobless because of, get this, a pandemic wont cause any problems. There will be totally new tenants coming in to take those spots. And there is no way we would just end up with a bunch of homeless people AND property owners going bankrupt too. Nope. Cant happen at all.

Trumpers totally have it right. These lazy good for nothings can go homeless with zero larger negative consquences to anyone else.

:-)

/where is that v recovery at?


That's how I see you as you hit the "submit reply" button, every time. Lol
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Bowser 09:45 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
:-)

The present economic challenges are a direct result of Trump and the GOP senante not taking this seriously from the start, refusing to lead, and refusing any type of economic help since april.

Only blind GOP loyality and partisan stubbornness would keep a person from looking at how other governments have managed the economic crisis and try to claim our current president hasnt failed.

LOL.
Look at this idiot. Just look at it.
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Donger 09:46 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
:-)

The present economic challenges are a direct result of Trump and the GOP senante not taking this seriously from the start, refusing to lead, and refusing any type of economic help since april.

Only blind GOP loyality and partisan stubbornness would keep a person from looking at how governments have managed the economic crisis and try to claim our current president hasnt failed.

LOL.
No, they are the direct result of the pandemic, and the mitigation efforts we took in late March to try to drive down cases.

Only a vapid, partisan hack would try to claim otherwise.

I blame Trump for plenty, but not this.
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ChiefsCountry 10:13 AM 08-01-2020
I see the Libtard game plan that most people saw when they all wanted lockdown is coming in focus. They knew Trump ran on economy which was amazing, still doing pretty damn good even with a hicupp. Did so well we had to shut down the country to stop it.
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petegz28 10:18 AM 08-01-2020
So Lex is suggesting a full re-opening with 0 restrictions nation wide i take it?

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Loneiguana 10:27 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Donger:
No, they are the direct result of the pandemic, and the mitigation efforts we took in late March to try to drive down cases.

Only a vapid, partisan hack would try to claim otherwise.

I blame Trump for plenty, but not this.
Notice how you cannot even address how other countries have avoided the economic problems we have?

Its okay. We both know it's because such stark evidence of Trump and the GOP failures doesnt fit your dishonest narrative.

The beautiful thing is your not the only one. The Trumpers are right there with you ignoring reality.
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Loneiguana 10:28 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Bowser:


That's how I see you as you hit the "submit reply" button, every time. Lol
^triggered
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Loneiguana 10:30 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by petegz28:
So Lex is suggesting a full re-opening with 0 restrictions nation wide i take it?

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For the idiots in the back... lock down or no lock down people arent going out. Re opening didnt magically make people want to risk their health.

What we are witnessing is a complete failure of the president and the GOP to provide any type of economic plan or relief to Americans.
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Donger 10:38 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
Notice how you cannot even address how other countries have avoided the economic problems we have?

Its okay. We both know it's because such stark evidence of Trump and the GOP failures doesnt fit your dishonest narrative.

The beautiful thing is your not the only one. The Trumpers are right there with you ignoring reality.
By what measures? GDP drop? Unemployment?
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Loneiguana 10:57 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Donger:
By what measures? GDP drop? Unemployment?
Unemployment is a good one, sure. Others countries don't have the unemployment numbers we do.

Other countries arent havent the eviction crisis we are currently facing, nor any of the negative consquences if such a crisis - both immediately on property owners and long term to the economy.

Or a little less complex, just imagine a economy where the president and GOP leadership immediately supported lock down and migration efforts, spoke against the re open protests, asked americans to sacrifice a little and stay home and not rush the re open. Where GOP states didnt defy sciencetific censuses and stay locked down until ready. Our economy would be much better off than now.

Trumps and the GOPs failures are numerous.
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Donger 11:04 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
Unemployment is a good one, sure. Others countries don't have the unemployment numbers we do.

Other countries arent havent the eviction crisis we are currently facing, nor any of the negative consquences if such a crisis - both immediately on property owners and long term to the economy.

Or a little less complex, just imagine a economy where the president and GOP leadership immediately supported lock down and migration efforts, spoke against the re open protests, asked americans to sacrifice a little and stay home and not rush the re open. Where GOP states didnt defy sciencetific censuses and stay locked down until ready. Our economy would be much better off than now.

Trumps and the GOPs failures are numerous.
Great. Present the unemployment numbers for countries which support your position.
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stevieray 11:05 AM 08-01-2020
Originally Posted by Loneiguana:
Unemployment is a good one, sure. Others countries don't have the unemployment numbers we do.

Other countries arent havent the eviction crisis we are currently facing, nor any of the negative consquences if such a crisis - both immediately on property owners and long term to the economy.

Or a little less complex, just imagine a economy where the president and GOP leadership immediately supported lock down and migration efforts, spoke against the re open protests, asked americans to sacrifice a little and stay home and not rush the re open. Where GOP states didnt defy sciencetific censuses and stay locked down until ready. Our economy would be much better off than now.

Trumps and the GOPs failures are numerous.
blahblahblah

I always love when socialist progressives like to compare us to countries that are the size of our States, while ignoring STATES that have dropped the ball.
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