JOBS: Trump Fails Again

Dec 2012
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#21
It's amazing how some conservatives can't seem to grasp that their question was actually answered because they didn't hear what they wanted to hear...
Nor, did you answer my question. Had Clara's post been an anomaly I could have understood it but, it's not. It's a daily attack on Trump using anything negative Liberals can find. And in this case, as well as others, the Liberals seem to rejoice at news that is not good for the U.S. if it means another Trump attack. That's a regrettable position to take.
 
Dec 2012
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#23
About the only thing I can deduce from this post is, the Liberal mind-set regarding Trump (TDS). Nothing in that article should be reason to for anyone to pleased. American jobs are at stake and all the Liberals are concerned with, does it attack Trump. Very sad.
 
May 2018
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About the only thing I can deduce from this post is, the Liberal mind-set regarding Trump (TDS). Nothing in that article should be reason to for anyone to pleased. American jobs are at stake and all the Liberals are concerned with, does it attack Trump. Very sad.
Yes indeed, American jobs are at stake. And Trump is to blame for a lot of that.
 
Nov 2012
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#26
A shit storm from the left calling for an uncontrolled slide into socialism/communism has required a shit storm from the right. His name is Trump.

I don't see anyone in the Democrat camp who are the Democrats I followed in the 60s. The Democrat party changed so radically that I had to leave. I have no place fr the old Dems anymore. They failed to take their party back like they tried to tell us they were going to do. All we're seeing today is a replay of what the Dems did in the 60s n the Republican party. What I see is a strong agreement in the Republican party now that was not in evidence in the Dems when they flipped.
Not exactly on topic but my move out of Calif in 2002 and traveling the country and settling in what's considered a swing state has really opened my eyes to the reality of the true political nature of the country.

You were spouting the same talking points last year, right up until you got your ass handed to you in the midterms.

The communism theme isn’t working for you anymore. The overwhelming majority of America knows the filthy rich should be paying higher taxes, and everyone should have access to healthcare, and affordable medicine.
 
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Nov 2005
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Nor, did you answer my question. Had Clara's post been an anomaly I could have understood it but, it's not. It's a daily attack on Trump using anything negative Liberals can find. And in this case, as well as others, the Liberals seem to rejoice at news that is not good for the U.S. if it means another Trump attack. That's a regrettable position to take.
I did answer your question.
Regardless, your "impression" would just be another example of how failing to grasp the situation. The reality is that I would love for Trump and Republicans to recognize the true issues at play. But instead, all I see repeatedly is obfuscation, derailment, and hollow claps on the back for Trump for myopic misrepresentations of what's really going on.​
Your question is based on a false premise. A faulty "impression".

It's like asking somebody "When did you stop beating your wife?"
Rational people would recognize that pointing out that you have never beaten your wife is in fact answering the question.
What you are doing right now is like pretending that is not an answer to the question.


About the only thing I can deduce from this post is, the Liberal mind-set regarding Trump (TDS). Nothing in that article should be reason to for anyone to pleased. American jobs are at stake and all the Liberals are concerned with, does it attack Trump. Very sad.
You were spouting the same talking points last year, right up until you got your ass handed to you in the midterms.
Skews13 beat me to pointing out that this "position" is not something unique to liberals. Under Obama, conservatives stated their opinions on employment problems.
That's not the same thing as being gleeful over America's problems. :rolleyes:

Either you aren't capable of understanding this or you aren't honest enough to admit this. Pragmatically, your reason for your false assessment is irrelevant.
 
Dec 2012
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#28
I did answer your question.
Regardless, your "impression" would just be another example of how failing to grasp the situation. The reality is that I would love for Trump and Republicans to recognize the true issues at play. But instead, all I see repeatedly is obfuscation, derailment, and hollow claps on the back for Trump for myopic misrepresentations of what's really going on.​
Your question is based on a false premise. A faulty "impression".

It's like asking somebody "When did you stop beating your wife?"
Rational people would recognize that pointing out that you have never beaten your wife is in fact answering the question.
What you are doing right now is like pretending that is not an answer to the question.




Skews13 beat me to pointing out that this "position" is not something unique to liberals. Under Obama, conservatives stated their opinions on employment problems.
That's not the same thing as being gleeful over America's problems. :rolleyes:

Either you aren't capable of understanding this or you aren't honest enough to admit this. Pragmatically, your reason for your false assessment is irrelevant.
It was a simple question. One you seem to want to tap-dance around. As I said, the post was not an anomaly, there is a systematic pattern of, if it attacks Trump, no matter if it's hurting American jobs, some dufus Liberal will rejoice in it. Why is that?
 
Nov 2005
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#29
It was a simple question. One you seem to want to tap-dance around. As I said, the post was not an anomaly, there is a systematic pattern of, if it attacks Trump, no matter if it's hurting American jobs, some dufus Liberal will rejoice in it. Why is that?
Your question has been answered repeatedly now.
You see pink elephants flying because you are delusional.
You claim people are happy over American suffering because you are delusional.

I challenge you to exactly quote anybody in this thread who has expressed happiness over American people suffering.
You can't do it. Just like you can't show us a picture of the pink elephants you think are flying.

The fact that you refuse to acknowledge this simple answer is further proof of your delusional state.
 
Dec 2012
20,127
8,428
California
#30
I did answer your question.
Regardless, your "impression" would just be another example of how failing to grasp the situation. The reality is that I would love for Trump and Republicans to recognize the true issues at play. But instead, all I see repeatedly is obfuscation, derailment, and hollow claps on the back for Trump for myopic misrepresentations of what's really going on.​
Your question is based on a false premise. A faulty "impression".

It's like asking somebody "When did you stop beating your wife?"
Rational people would recognize that pointing out that you have never beaten your wife is in fact answering the question.
What you are doing right now is like pretending that is not an answer to the question.




Skews13 beat me to pointing out that this "position" is not something unique to liberals. Under Obama, conservatives stated their opinions on employment problems.
That's not the same thing as being gleeful over America's problems. :rolleyes:

Either you aren't capable of understanding this or you aren't honest enough to admit this. Pragmatically, your reason for your false assessment is irrelevant.
I guess, massive unemployment was not a problem for Liberals. Nor was a weak GDP. When Trump's failures rise to the level of Obimbo's, will you have an argument. Until then its just TDS.