Economic growth under Trump has been strongest in 13 years

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Posted by crimsongulf
  29,422 12 Jan 2018, 7:58 pm

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In the year since President Donald Trump has been in office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do since 2005: maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row.


"I think the policies matter. In particular, business investment which was lagging badly through much of the expansion and really started to pickup in the last year, I think that does have a lot to do with the attitude about regulation," said Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont. "Aside from just the reality of a tough regulatory environment, I think there was a fear of the unknown. I think there was a perception in the business community, and people can debate whether it was merited or not, that they were subject to what were considered arbitrary, adverse regulatory decisions. So I think there was a hunkering down.

"https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/economic-growth-under-trump-has-been-strongest-in-13-years/ar-AAuBVYc?li=BBnbfcN



I can't wait till eggplant attempts to put his mulatto spin on this baby.
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Posted by crimsongulf
  29,422 12 Jan 2018, 8:06 pm

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Thank you President Trump
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  14,860 12 Jan 2018, 8:11 pm

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Great.

When do he put the numbers up he promised?

5 - 6%
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crimsongulf » 12 Jan 2018 6:58 pm wrote:
In the year since President Donald Trump has been in office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do since 2005: maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row.


That's just sympathy from consumers and the business community because he's such a lunatic, incompetent imbecile.

No, really, ask any moonbat. :rofl: :rofl:
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  14,860 12 Jan 2018, 8:13 pm

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Great.

When do he put the numbers up he promised?

5 - 6%
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Posted by crimsongulf
  29,422 12 Jan 2018, 8:36 pm

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Termin8tor » 12 Jan 2018 7:11 pm wrote:

That's just sympathy from consumers and the business community because he's such a lunatic, incompetent imbecile.

No, really, ask any moonbat. :rofl: :rofl:


The yammering left is in an echo chamber and greatly overestimate their position.
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  3,041 12 Jan 2018, 8:46 pm

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crimsongulf » 12 Jan 2018 7:36 pm wrote:

The yammering left is in an echo chamber and greatly overestimate their position.


It could be 10% and the little cunts still would be crying and spewing their bull shit. Well done Mr Thrump, well done. 2018 is gonna be a good year for all Americans.
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  29,422 12 Jan 2018, 8:48 pm

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Racetex (RSIG) » 12 Jan 2018 7:46 pm wrote:

It could be 10% and the little cunts still would be crying and spewing their bull shit. Well done Mr Thrump, well done. 2018 is gonna be a good year for all Americans.


Not all. It will be just like Reagan, you will have people sitting on the bench getting splinters in their ass complaining that they didn't get a handout.
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MoGreen » 12 Jan 2018 7:11 pm wrote:
Great.

When do he put the numbers up he promised?

5 - 6%


Hey asswipe!... he still has 7 years to show you those numbers!
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  14,860 13 Jan 2018, 10:37 am

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Im waiting to see Trumps numbers a year from now, so we can see if he keeps his promise of 5 to 6% growth in GDP.

I already know hes never gonna hit the target number, or even maintain a reasonable average of 3%.
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crimsongulf » 12 Jan 2018 6:58 pm wrote:
In the year since President Donald Trump has been in office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do since 2005: maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row.

"I think the policies matter. In particular, business investment which was lagging badly through much of the expansion and really started to pickup in the last year, I think that does have a lot to do with the attitude about regulation," said Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont. "Aside from just the reality of a tough regulatory environment, I think there was a fear of the unknown. I think there was a perception in the business community, and people can debate whether it was merited or not, that they were subject to what were considered arbitrary, adverse regulatory decisions. So I think there was a hunkering down.

"https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/economic-growth-under-trump-has-been-strongest-in-13-years/ar-AAuBVYc?li=BBnbfcN


I can't wait till eggplant attempts to put his mulatto spin on this baby.


No, no, a thousand times no. Obama got the 3 straight quarters of 3% growth. You've got to get that through your head. :D
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MoGreen » 13 Jan 2018 9:37 am wrote:
Im waiting to see Trumps numbers a year from now, so we can see if he keeps his promise of 5 to 6% growth in GDP.


Link, please.
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crimsongulf » 12 Jan 2018 6:58 pm wrote:
In the year since President Donald Trump has been in office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do since 2005: maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row.

"I think the policies matter. In particular, business investment which was lagging badly through much of the expansion and really started to pickup in the last year, I think that does have a lot to do with the attitude about regulation," said Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont. "Aside from just the reality of a tough regulatory environment, I think there was a fear of the unknown. I think there was a perception in the business community, and people can debate whether it was merited or not, that they were subject to what were considered arbitrary, adverse regulatory decisions. So I think there was a hunkering down.

"https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/economic-growth-under-trump-has-been-strongest-in-13-years/ar-AAuBVYc?li=BBnbfcN


I can't wait till eggplant attempts to put his mulatto spin on this baby.


Bv will certainly do that...especially now that he's dodging my question as to whether he supports the Antifa like Ricky does.
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Racetex (RSIG) » 12 Jan 2018 7:46 pm wrote:

It could be 10% and the little cunts still would be crying and spewing their bull shit. Well done Mr Thrump, well done. 2018 is gonna be a good year for all Americans.


The Antifa will go nutz. :)
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