The coming Trump Boom

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You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.

Repealing Obamcare, tax cuts, tax reform and vast deregulation will be powerful policies to end the eight year Obama stagnation.

As well as a return to the rule of law and the Constitution.

And liberals will write zero thoughtful posts in this thread.
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Termin8tor » 09 Dec 2016 3:31 pm » wrote:You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.
This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.
QUOTE (MistyBlue @ Mar 28 2008, 12:49 PM) We are headed for an economic tsunami, and McCain's answer is to sit back and let the free market work it out.
Except I guess when some big bank fails. Then he will bail them out with our money.

QUOTE (RichClem @ Mar 28 2008, 12:58 PM) We aren't on the verge of a meltdown, unless incompetent politicians pass stupid policy, which thankfully has not happened, except in small doses.
You must be a **** psychic.

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Misty » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote: This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.[/quo`te]

Almost no one predicted it, Dim.

Liars like you stupidly pretend you did.


It's called basic Economics, moonbat.

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Termin8tor » 09 Dec 2016 3:31 pm » wrote:You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.
And if it happens, Trump easily wins re-election, and the Democrat Party won't come back for many, many years, maybe decades.

And deservedly so.

And the country begins to be transformed back into the country of the Constitution and of freedom we are meant to be.

Most Democrats know that tax cuts stimulate the economy, but lie to Americans for political gain, so Dems know what's at stake in this bill.
THE TRUMP TAX CUT: HOW MUcH, HOW SOON, HOW CERTAIN
By Grover Norquist....
what can we reasonably anticipate in a new tax plan? And what remains in contention?


1. Abolition of the Death Tax. While the Bush/Obama years saw the number of Americans subjected to the Death Tax shrink — a couple can pass on up to $10 million without incurring a gift or inheritance tax, and the top rate fell to 40 percent — there remains strong support for killing this tax altogether to ensure it does not grow back to confiscatory rates.


2. Repeal of the Alternative Minimum Tax. This tax was created originally to solve the problem of some 155 Americans who invested only in tax-free municipal bonds and therefore paid no income tax. Over time it grew to hit several million Americans, particularly targeting those with expensive houses in states with high property and personal income taxes. The corporate AMT will also be abolished.


3. Tax cuts for individuals. The top individual income tax rate will fall from 39.6 percent to 33 percent. Lower rates will be consolidated into two rates: 25 and 12 percent. The 3.8 percent tax on capital gains enacted as part of Obamacare will end, and the 0.9 percent payroll tax hike on income over $250,000 — also part of the Affordable Care Act — ends.


4. Tax cuts for corporations. The corporate income tax will fall from 35 to 25 percent. And for those businesses that pay taxes through the individual income tax returns of owners, subchapter S corporations, the tax rate will fall from 39.6 to 25 percent. Both C corp and S corp tax rates will fall by about 42 percent. This was an equality demanded by the National Federation of Independent Business.


5. Business investment will be fully and immediately expensed.


6. The U.S. will move from a worldwide system of taxation to a territorial system, where American companies earning abroad may be repatriated without penalty. (There will be a one-time hit on corporate earnings now overseas of roughly 3 percent for fixed investment and 8 percent for cash. This will allow more than $2 trillion to return to the U.S. in a tsunami of domestic investment.


UP FOR DEBATE:


1. This is the value of exports applied to a company’s taxable income, in effect “subsidizing” exports, and the value of foreign imports added to companies’ taxable incomes. Most nations do this through a VAT. Importers don’t like this tax, but it could raise $1 trillion over a decade. One could remove or limit this section by replacing it with a different tax increase elsewhere or a $1 trillion spending reduction over 10 years. Importers will become the leading advocates of entitlement reform or live with this tax.....


This tax bill does not need and will probably not receive any votes from Democrats because the tax bill will be passed within “reconciliation,” allowing itto avoid filibuster. It needs only 50 Republican votes in the Senate, with the vice president casting the tie-breaking vote — and it should drop within the next three months.
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#ShePersisted » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote: This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.


You must be a **** psychic.
It doesn't appear that She Persisted is persisting on this forum.

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#ShePersisted » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote: This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.


You must be a **** psychic.


This coming from the same idiot that can't acknowledge that the economic collapse was caused by the dems...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMPPGlOpUiM

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Termin8tor » 09 Dec 2016 3:31 pm » wrote:You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.

Repealing Obamcare, tax cuts, tax reform and vast deregulation
Don't you mean NEW taxes and NEW regulations, in the name of "Occasional Pragmatism," taker?

The only reason to TAX carbon emissions is to CONTROL carbon emissions - to REGULATE carbon emissions. Only the republicans would do a thing like that.
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roadkill » 13 Feb 2017 10:39 am » wrote: This coming from the same idiot that can't acknowledge that the economic collapse was caused by the dems...
6 years in and you pussies STILL couldn't own your results.

You had the house. You had the senate. You had 6 of 9 SCOTUS appointees. You had the white house.

And the democrats were responsible.

What a dick sucker you are, son.

Did THIS new republican entitlement play any part in the collapse, gay?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYvtvcBKgIQ
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Termin8tor » 09 Dec 2016 3:31 pm » wrote:You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.

Repealing Obamcare, tax cuts, tax reform and vast deregulation will be powerful policies to end the eight year Obama stagnation.

As well as a return to the rule of law and the Constitution.
Gosh, what happened at the end of 2016?

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Misty » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote:This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.

You must be a **** psychic.
It's called Basic Economics, Dim.

Almost all of Obama's policies were destructive.
Most of Trump's will stimulate economic growth.

And shazzam, the strongest quarter in over 12 years will likely happen in Trump's first quarter.

Yes, Trump deserves a lot of the credit, because anyone who understands basic Economics knows that the economy will boom if Trump gets his policies passed. Deregulation alone would be quite stimulative.
Winning! Atlanta Fed Projects 2nd Quarter GDP Above 4% in President Trump’s First Full Quarter in Office
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Cannonpointer » 13 Feb 2017 11:31 am » wrote:blah, blah, blah, blah
Decades of legislation, regulation, political intimidation and other events aren't dictated by one video, Dim.

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Termin8tor » 09 Dec 2016 3:31 pm » wrote:You heard it here first. Unless Trump starts with an anti-free trade agenda, there will be a Trump economic boom.

Repealing Obamcare, tax cuts, tax reform and vast deregulation will be powerful policies to end the eight year Obama stagnation.

As well as a return to the rule of law and the Constitution.

And liberals will write zero thoughtful posts in this thread.
I love how you word your predictions so that you have all that wiggle room when you are wrong.
And you are always wrong.

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Annoyed Liberall » 17 May 2017 9:57 am » wrote: I love how you word your predictions so that you have all that wiggle room when you are wrong.
And you are always wrong.
"Always wrong?"

You can't even tell believable lies, Dim.

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Misty » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote: This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.


You must be a **** psychic.


This coming from the idiot who thinks the 2008 collapse was not due to the dems sub prime housing loan failure.

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roadkill » 17 May 2017 10:48 am » wrote: This coming from the idiot who thinks the 2008 collapse was not due to the dems sub prime housing loan failure.
She doesn't really believe that.


She just lies, no matter what the evidence.

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Termin8tor » 16 Feb 2017 1:14 pm » wrote:
Gosh, what happened at the end of 2016?

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Optimism does not equate to actual performance or prosperity, DIM!

You keep reviving old, dead threads because you have no new material!

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nuckin futz » 17 May 2017 12:08 pm » wrote:Optimism does not equate to actual performance or prosperity, DIM!


Hey Dim, this is projected GDP based on actual numbers, not optimism.
You keep reviving old, dead threads because you have no new material!
The evidence I cited is new material, Dim.

You're painfully stupid.


Why don't you stop embarrassing yourself and just shut up?

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Misty » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote:This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.

You must be a **** psychic.
Anyone who understands basic Economics must seem psychic to you, Dim.
YOU WANT PROOF?
FIRST REPUBLICAN RAISES 'IMPEACH'
DOW -300
http://drudgereport.com/
Can liberals figure that out?


Not freaking likely.

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Termin8tor » 17 May 2017 9:34 am » wrote: Decades of legislation, regulation, political intimidation and other events aren't dictated by one video, Dim.
Mary, you are such a pathetic little victim.
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Misty » 09 Dec 2016 3:48 pm » wrote:This coming from the same idiot who predicted that there wasn't going to be an economic collapse in 2008.

You must be a **** psychic.
Blah, blah, blah and more blah!

Wackjob.
Trump's Budget Will Supercharge America's EconomyStephen Moore, The Hill
Presidential budgets are visionary documents — fiscal roadmaps of where the White House wants to lead the country. For Donald Trump, it is all about growth and a return to prosperity after 15 years of malaise.


The centerpiece of the White House budget is the business tax cut, which will cost about $2 trillion to $3 trillion over the next decade, and the rest of the budget includes some steep cuts in domestic programs to pay for it. Defense spending also gets a boost, as Trump promised on the campaign.


The big money brawl will be over some of the entitlement programs like Medicaid, food stamps, and disability. All of these programs are rampant with fraud and erroneous payments. The government's own auditors say the government spends $150 billion a year in checks and payments.


White House budget director Mick Mulvaney put it well when he said, “If you're able-bodied and on food stamps, we’re going to need you to work." Ditto for disability where claims have skyrocketed over the last decade, even as the workplace has become safer. Food stamp recipients skyrocketed from 28 million to 46 million under Barack Obama (remember the absurd claim that food stamps were an “economic stimulus”? ) and still remain 50 percent higher than before the recession.


Work requirements not only cut caseloads, but they also improve lives by restoring the dignity of having a job.
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