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Trump and his cabinet/buffoonery- Get your bunkers ready!

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Yes, but why is they?   

 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/19/2019 at 8:48 PM, Larry said:

 

I'll take Trump's word for it.  

 

 

Never, ever take Trump's word for anything.

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36 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

I was thought Don Junior was more stupid than Eric.

 

That's a tough one. Is Eric's relative silence in many cases a symptom of him being too smart to get involved in the day-to-day sewer drainage system that is Trump world (and in some cases to not literally incriminate himself to the entire world via tweet, ala Jr), or is it a symptom of him simply being too dense to craft any sort of response that would be intelligible to someone with an IQ above that of a beet?

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You know the old expression, better to be silent yada yada yada… Don Junior says things that could only come from a fantastic idiot.

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2 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

You know the old expression, better to be silent yada yada yada… Don Junior says things that could only come from a fantastic idiot.

 

That's true. Jr definitely takes after his father. Thinks he's far smarter than he is and has no problem making his stupidity known to all...thinking that it's actually brilliant. 

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Ok, let's go ahead and recount Trump's diplomatic acheivements:

Germany....nope

Israel/Palestinians......He went to his resident Jew....then promptly abdicated any sense of objectivity

France.....ehhhh

UK....inept

China.....lolz

North Korea....ROTFLMAO

Mexico....no senior

Saudi....still currently bent over and receiving their good will

Russia....Helsinki

 

Sure, let's allow Trump to negotiate between to rival nuclear powers who have a long standing history of killing each other.

What's the worst that could happen?

 

On second thought, maybe they'll bomb that call center that constantly calls me about my car's warranty!!

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42 minutes ago, visionary said:

 

 

There are some days when I think I must be in a dream and this all never happened....

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He understands Puerto Rico because there was a beauty pageant there.  Let that quote be etched in marble for eternity on the Trump Memorial.

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Among the problems was a federal law enforcement probe involving individuals Pence would likely encounter, according to a law enforcement official briefed on the incident. If Pence stepped off the vice presidential aircraft, one of the people he would have seen on the ground was under investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration for moving more than $100,000 of fentanyl from Massachusetts to New Hampshire

 

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Devin Nunes is the reason pro choice makes so much sense. Which makes sense why Trump would want him. 

 

**** attracts pests.

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Trump administration cutting food stamp participants by 3 million people.   Just like Reagan, because you know poor people don't vote or vote Democrat. 

 

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/trump-administration-moves-end-food-040000621.html

 

 

Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, the top-ranking Democrat on the Senate Agriculture Committee, said the Agriculture Department’s action “is yet another attempt by this administration to circumvent Congress and make harmful changes to nutrition assistance that have been repeatedly rejected on a bipartisan basis.”

 

“This rule would take food away from families, prevent children from getting school meals, and make it harder for states to administer food assistance,” the Michigan senator added.

 

The Trump administration rule would rein in states’ ability to enroll recipients earning more than 130% of the federal poverty guidelines -- in most cases capping eligibility to an annual income of $32,640 for a family of four.

 

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On 7/22/2019 at 9:28 AM, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

I was thought Don Junior was more stupid than Eric.

 

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/daily-202/2019/07/23/daily-202-the-budget-deal-shows-how-unserious-the-gop-is-about-deficits-in-the-trump-era/5d3676781ad2e5592fc35aa8/?utm_term=.8a070cfa1ee7

 

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THE BIG IDEA: Mitch McConnell told President Trump privately last month that no politician has ever lost an election for spending more money. That mind-set – caring more about the next election than the next generation – helps explain why the Senate majority leader and the president endorsed a budget deal last night, which still needs to pass Congress, that will raise spending limits by $320 billion while suspending the federal debt ceiling until after both men’s 2020 reelection fights. It also illustrates how hollow so much of the rhetoric from McConnell, Trump and other Republicans was during Barack Obama's presidency.

 

Discretionary spending is growing at a faster clip under Trump than Obama. The budget deficit and the national debt are growing at even more distressing rates, however, because the Republican tax cuts have reduced revenue even more starkly than the dire forecasts. The Trump administration estimates the deficit this fiscal year will top $1 trillion, up from $779 billion last year. It was $587 billion in 2016, Obama’s last full year in office. The national debt was $19 trillion when Trump took power and surpassed $22 trillion this month. Even with rock-bottom interest rates, the federal government will pay out more than $350 billion this year to service that debt.


If we’re running these kinds of deficits when the economy is supposedly booming, think about how bad they’ll become when a recession arrives and revenues inevitably shrivel. “This agreement is a total abdication of fiscal responsibility by Congress and the president," said Maya MacGuineas, president of the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. “It may end up being the worst budget agreement in our nation's history, proposed at a time when our fiscal conditions are already precarious.”

 

-There is little, if any, evidence that Trump himself personally cares that the federal balance sheet is drowning in red ink. Undoubtedly, many people who work in the White House – led by acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney – want spending cuts. And these administration officials insist that Trump has told them he wants to make big cuts in 2021 if he wins a second term. But watch what the president does, not what his aides say. Trump also promised before he took office that he’d balance the budget and pay off the entire national debt by the end of a hypothetical second term.

 

Trump, who has referred to himself as “the king of debt,” drove multiple businesses into bankruptcy before becoming the first president in U.S. history with no prior governing or military experience. Earlier in his term, advisers presented him with a chart that projected a hockey stick spike in the national debt unless major changes are made. Trump shrugged. “Yeah, but I won’t be here,” he reportedly said.

 

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