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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by Casca XV View Post
    see #33
    Exactly,More good news from Trump's economy

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

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    Watching your ideology get discredited and dest-

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by Casca XV View Post
    What Link?

    RCP is considered more accurate, and then usually only after you add 10% to the GOP side.

    That Trump is getting 90+% negative MSM coverage while Obama got 90+% positive MSM coverage. This tends to show which President actually is actually doing a good job and earning the approval and which had propaganda propping him up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    Obama is 8 points above where trump is now. See 538 average I linked too.
    The embedded link from my source above is Gallup. Hell, who doesn't like Gallup?

    Trump Approval Remains High for Him, at 46%
    Trump Approval at Higher Levels Among Both Democrats and Republicans
    Trump's 91% approval rating among Republicans in the latest poll is on the high end for this group, nearly matching the record high of 92% from November of last year. Democrats' ratings of Trump remain low but relatively high for this group -- the latest 12% he receives from Democrats matches their previous high from April 2017. Approval of the president is essentially unchanged among independents -- the current 37% is similar to their previous rating of 39%.

    They have him at 46% approval rating. Outstanding, considering all the for crying out loud faux outrage spilling from the leftist media.

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by trixare4kids View Post
    The embedded link from my source above is Gallup. Hell, who doesn't like Gallup?
    The 538 average for likely or registered voters is good, and I'm going with that. I'm not able or interested in stopping you from cherry picking the polls that make you feel good.

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    The 538 average for likely or registered voters is good, and I'm going with that. I'm not able or interested in stopping you from cherry picking the polls that make you feel good.
    You previously referred to a high percentage point for MSM coverage.

    If the mainstream media gives positive coverage to a politician, it is a strong indicator that said politician's leanings are more toward Karl Marx than, say, Thomas Jefferson.

    A strong indicator of a patriotic American, on the other hand, is negative press from the MSM.

    Rule of thumb: the more dangerous to the principles that made America the great nation we are, the more adoration from the mainstream media.

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by Casca XV View Post
    Obama had the advantage of starting right at the beginning of the recovery from a recession, Trump is just showing how bad Obama policies slowed that recovery.
    OR: Trump is coasting on Obama's wage growth. The economy doesn't instantly change when a new president is elected, therefore Trump cannot take credit for the growth already occurring when he took office. If the economy is continuing to thrive at the end of 2020, then I'll give Trump credit for not ruining the gains we enjoyed under Barack Obama.

    Quote Originally Posted by Casca XV View Post
    Oh and 5.3% is the current number which is higher than Obama had at 24 months.
    Obama had the disadvantage of starting right at the beginning of the recovery from a recession, the current number is just showing how effective Obama's policies were at jump-starting the economic recovery from the massive recession that resulted from Bush's conservative economic policies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Casca XV View Post
    Please tell about the Obama policies that improved the economy? The answers is: there were none, the economic improvement happened despite not because of Obama.
    The ACA increased the economic stability of American families, enabling them to spend the money they saved in the market.
    The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act similarly injected massive amounts of money and demand into the economy by investing in consumers, more so than in business. Because you improve a supply and demand economy by investing in demand, not supply.

    Now you tell about the Trump policies that have improved the economy. There are none, because the economic improvement we are enjoying is the result of 8 years of a Democratic president investing in people rather than in business, and Trump hasn't had enough time to **** it up yet by letting demand dry up while shoveling millions into the furnace that is supply-side economics.

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

    Quote Originally Posted by lwf View Post
    OR: Trump is coasting on Obama's wage growth. The economy doesn't instantly change when a new president is elected, therefore Trump cannot take credit for the growth already occurring when he took office. If the economy is continuing to thrive at the end of 2020, then I'll give Trump credit for not ruining the gains we enjoyed under Barack Obama.



    Obama had the disadvantage of starting right at the beginning of the recovery from a recession, the current number is just showing how effective Obama's policies were at jump-starting the economic recovery from the massive recession that resulted from Bush's conservative economic policies.



    The ACA increased the economic stability of American families, enabling them to spend the money they saved in the market.
    The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act similarly injected massive amounts of money and demand into the economy by investing in consumers, more so than in business. Because you improve a supply and demand economy by investing in demand, not supply.

    Now you tell about the Trump policies that have improved the economy. There are none, because the economic improvement we are enjoying is the result of 8 years of a Democratic president investing in people rather than in business, and Trump hasn't had enough time to **** it up yet by letting demand dry up while shoveling millions into the furnace that is supply-side economics.
    That has to be the most dishonest and convoluted "explanation" of anything I've ever seen. More good news from Trump's economy I mean... I mean that gives all new meaning to the term "reaching." You have singlehandedly reinvented Economics.

    If there were a Nobel Prize for bull****, you would win it hands down for that post.

    Amazing, truly amazing...

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    Re: More good news from Trump's economy

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