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February 10, 2017, 04:08:03 PM
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You don't like Trump, then look at his actions and produce substantive logical arguments against them.

Calling him a clown won't get any traction.

Trump opens the floodgates for the next financial crisis and round of bank bailouts because, like most politicians, he only cares about the banks and his other rich friends.

Let's see you justify dismantling Dodd-Frank, then.  Did you learn nothing from 2008?  I suppose on the plus side, we wouldn't be here on this particular forum right now hodling our bitcoins if it weren't for that mess.  But I honestly don't see the point in not just repeating past mistakes but also compounding them.  The banks need to be kept on a short leash or they will continue to abuse their power to magically create money IOUs, which some people like to pretend are money, from thin air.  The word "responsibility" isn't even in their vocabulary.  There are at least four reasons listed here why trump is a clown.  I promise you this won't end well.
The banking system is built so that it can not be curbed. Governments need banks and money depends on them. People, too, are hostages of loans. It seems to me that the us problem is not migrants, and the Federal reserve.
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February 12, 2017, 01:30:23 PM
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You don't like Trump, then look at his actions and produce substantive logical arguments against them.

Calling him a clown won't get any traction.

Trump opens the floodgates for the next financial crisis and round of bank bailouts because, like most politicians, he only cares about the banks and his other rich friends.

Let's see you justify dismantling Dodd-Frank, then.  Did you learn nothing from 2008?  I suppose on the plus side, we wouldn't be here on this particular forum right now hodling our bitcoins if it weren't for that mess.  But I honestly don't see the point in not just repeating past mistakes but also compounding them.  The banks need to be kept on a short leash or they will continue to abuse their power to magically create money IOUs, which some people like to pretend are money, from thin air.  The word "responsibility" isn't even in their vocabulary.  There are at least four reasons listed here why trump is a clown.  I promise you this won't end well.
The banking system is built so that it can not be curbed. Governments need banks and money depends on them. People, too, are hostages of loans. It seems to me that the us problem is not migrants, and the Federal reserve.

I'd even go a step further than that and say the economic problem everywhere is not migrants, but the way in which the bankster cartels abuse their position.  Most research shows that migrants are a net contributor to the economy.  The UK, for example, is full of people bitching about immigration and how they're all supposedly here to claim benefits, but the latest findings estimate that recent immigrants from the 10 countries that joined the EU in 2004 contributed £1.12 for every £1 they received in state assistance.  Those from the rest of the EU put in £1.64 for every £1.  If there's money being drained from the economy, it's the damn banksters and the politicians getting the free handouts, not the migrants.  Trump tearing apart the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, while stopping people coming to the US to work and contribute to the economy is just one poor judgement atop another.

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February 14, 2017, 08:38:16 AM
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The word "impeachment" seems to keep coming up, no doubt by persons that don't understand the process in the USA.

There will not be an impeachment of Trump so let's get real.

Exactly, maybe that is the reason why they are one of the strongest among all other countries. because basically they have a very different approach when it comes to all things. Tho his leadership would still be very interesting just like our president(philippines).


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February 14, 2017, 09:13:01 PM
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The word "impeachment" seems to keep coming up, no doubt by persons that don't understand the process in the USA.

There will not be an impeachment of Trump so let's get real.

Exactly, maybe that is the reason why they are one of the strongest among all other countries. because basically they have a very different approach when it comes to all things. Tho his leadership would still be very interesting just like our president(philippines).

It all depends on your interpretation of the US Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause, Domestic Emoluments Clause and the federal STOCK Act.  Some argue that he either already has violated, or is close to violating, all of them.  And that's probably the least of his worries, heh.  Whether it be hotel soirees with diplomats, alleged collusion with the Russian government, dozens of open lawsuits or multiple accusations of sexual assault, there are a multitude of things that could conceivably get him impeached.

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February 14, 2017, 09:30:37 PM
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The word "impeachment" seems to keep coming up, no doubt by persons that don't understand the process in the USA.

There will not be an impeachment of Trump so let's get real.

Exactly, maybe that is the reason why they are one of the strongest among all other countries. because basically they have a very different approach when it comes to all things. Tho his leadership would still be very interesting just like our president(philippines).

It all depends on your interpretation of the US Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause, Domestic Emoluments Clause and the federal STOCK Act.  Some argue that he either already has violated, or is close to violating, all of them.  And that's probably the least of his worries, heh.  Whether it be hotel soirees with diplomats, alleged collusion with the Russian government, dozens of open lawsuits or multiple accusations of sexual assault, there are a multitude of things that could conceivably get him impeached.
Trump has already broken everything you can break. After the scandal with the Russian trace in his administration, today the white house said he hopes that Russia will return the annexed Crimea to Ukraine. I hope that won't save him from impeachment
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February 14, 2017, 10:09:28 PM
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February 14, 2017, 11:59:59 PM
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Lol, I think Trump and Putin will get along splendidly.

It was Hillary that needed a fake "enemy, Evil Russia" to divert attention from her own many flaws.
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February 15, 2017, 12:06:40 AM
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You don't like Trump, then look at his actions and produce substantive logical arguments against them.

Calling him a clown won't get any traction.

Trump opens the floodgates for the next financial crisis and round of bank bailouts because, like most politicians, he only cares about the banks and his other rich friends.

Let's see you justify dismantling Dodd-Frank, then.  Did you learn nothing from 2008?  I suppose on the plus side, we wouldn't be here on this particular forum right now hodling our bitcoins if it weren't for that mess.  But I honestly don't see the point in not just repeating past mistakes but also compounding them.  The banks need to be kept on a short leash or they will continue to abuse their power to magically create money IOUs, which some people like to pretend are money, from thin air.  The word "responsibility" isn't even in their vocabulary.  There are at least four reasons listed here why trump is a clown.  I promise you this won't end well.
The banking system is built so that it can not be curbed. Governments need banks and money depends on them. People, too, are hostages of loans. It seems to me that the us problem is not migrants, and the Federal reserve.

I'd even go a step further than that and say the economic problem everywhere is not migrants, but the way in which the bankster cartels abuse their position.  Most research shows that migrants are a net contributor to the economy.  The UK, for example, is full of people bitching about immigration and how they're all supposedly here to claim benefits, but the latest findings estimate that recent immigrants from the 10 countries that joined the EU in 2004 contributed £1.12 for every £1 they received in state assistance.  Those from the rest of the EU put in £1.64 for every £1.  If there's money being drained from the economy, it's the damn banksters and the politicians getting the free handouts, not the migrants.  Trump tearing apart the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, while stopping people coming to the US to work and contribute to the economy is just one poor judgement atop another.
The immigrants are not making the masses of the uk money they are making the few money..
Now when they under fund the nhs we the natives suffer..
More people are here using the public services a longer wait..Not for the rich though they made all the money of the immigrants..

Some immigration is good and i would hate to walk around and everybody is a white person BUT an open door policy is crazy..
Do you own an electric company?..Train company?..Loads of homes?..Then yes i understand why people want immigration..GREED

And also if your labour party invite poor and they will vote for us..
You will see it was labour who started all this open door policy so they could get more poor immigrants votes..
So it proves more poor immigrants than rich ones..And the more poor will flood the NHS SCHOOLS public services..

Imagine you only got 100 pounds to feed 10 people add 50 more how hungry will you be..

Now if your a rich immigrant what money do they give?..
Nothing much because it's mostly the poor worker who gets taxed the rich get away with it..


IF WE MAKE SO MUCH MONEY OF IMMIGRANTS..WHY DO WE KEEP BORROWING MONEY..
I mean all this tax from immigrants we should be a debt free country..

They keep adding immigrants to try and get the debt down and the vote but they are making it worse and worse..
To many to fund the public services..

Explain in 1970s the uk was skint..How come i could get a doctor to come to my home at anytime but cannot get one now..
You think because of all this immigration i could get to see a doctor so easy?..
All this money we make of immigrants Roll Eyes..

TONY BLAIR IS A RAT..Got paid by saudi and who ever else and sold his country and solders out..For money and the poor immigrants votes..
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February 15, 2017, 12:25:36 AM
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Lol, I think Trump and Putin will get along splendidly.

It was Hillary that needed a fake "enemy, Evil Russia" to divert attention from her own many flaws.
Trump never not get along with Putin. America is the Bastion of democracy, and Russia's reserve of communism. Putin is no different from Hitler. If Trump tries to get closer to Putin will be impeached.
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February 15, 2017, 12:37:49 AM
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Well he had a good start, tho I'm more interested what will those who were chosen by him do, more than what he will do. He already did and started doing things he promised in his campaign. Also, I'm eager to see what will be with US and RUS relations.

   
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February 15, 2017, 04:44:24 AM
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He's going to be fine, this is what happens in the start of any new administration with intense scrutinity from all outsides groups on any move that he makes while in office, it may be a bit heightned at the moment due to the controversial nature of the moves but he's going to be fine, just like the country is going to be fine.
He is going to focus solely on the interest of the US and the US alone. As should what the other President should have done especially Obama.

This is something I will agree on that most other U.S presidents haven't and it's sad, you shouldn't be looking out for the interests of your political party or interests, you should be looking out for the American people and that's all that matters.

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February 15, 2017, 06:40:21 AM
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Trump never not get along with Putin. America is the Bastion of democracy, and Russia's reserve of communism. Putin is no different from Hitler. If Trump tries to get closer to Putin will be impeached.

Trump has said that he respects Putin. But he does disagree with Putin on may points. Iran is a prime example. Trump want to impose embargoes and sanctions on Iran, while Putin is opposed to the idea.

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February 15, 2017, 08:41:30 AM
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i wanna know your thoughts ^^

Our president is eerily similar with Trump in terms of how he perceived the media as bias and how he doesn't handle criticism very well, and so far our government is already losing much enthusiasm from the people and starting to realize how stupid making him as our president so I think americans will surely realize this as well sooner or later.
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February 15, 2017, 01:14:00 PM
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Trump never not get along with Putin. America is the Bastion of democracy, and Russia's reserve of communism. Putin is no different from Hitler. If Trump tries to get closer to Putin will be impeached.

Trump has said that he respects Putin. But he does disagree with Putin on may points. Iran is a prime example. Trump want to impose embargoes and sanctions on Iran, while Putin is opposed to the idea.
It's actually a game. Putin is not beneficial to the lifting of sanctions against Iran. There's a lot of oil and this immediately leads to the decline in world oil prices and a decline in sales to Russia. It is likely that actions Trump in favor of Russia.
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February 15, 2017, 04:43:07 PM
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Trump never not get along with Putin. America is the Bastion of democracy, and Russia's reserve of communism. Putin is no different from Hitler. If Trump tries to get closer to Putin will be impeached.

Trump has said that he respects Putin. But he does disagree with Putin on may points. Iran is a prime example. Trump want to impose embargoes and sanctions on Iran, while Putin is opposed to the idea.
It's actually a game. Putin is not beneficial to the lifting of sanctions against Iran. There's a lot of oil and this immediately leads to the decline in world oil prices and a decline in sales to Russia. It is likely that actions Trump in favor of Russia.

In the long-term, the Iranian oil production doesn't matter much. If the price of the crude oil remains constantly above the $55 per barrel mark, then the American frackers will start ramping up their daily production. So there is no long term benefit for Russia. In addition to that, Russia knows that Trump is not very reliable. He can crack under pressure from the GOP senators.

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February 15, 2017, 05:05:52 PM
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Trump never not get along with Putin. America is the Bastion of democracy, and Russia's reserve of communism. Putin is no different from Hitler. If Trump tries to get closer to Putin will be impeached.

Trump has said that he respects Putin. But he does disagree with Putin on may points. Iran is a prime example. Trump want to impose embargoes and sanctions on Iran, while Putin is opposed to the idea.
It's actually a game. Putin is not beneficial to the lifting of sanctions against Iran. There's a lot of oil and this immediately leads to the decline in world oil prices and a decline in sales to Russia. It is likely that actions Trump in favor of Russia.

In the long-term, the Iranian oil production doesn't matter much. If the price of the crude oil remains constantly above the $55 per barrel mark, then the American frackers will start ramping up their daily production. So there is no long term benefit for Russia. In addition to that, Russia knows that Trump is not very reliable. He can crack under pressure from the GOP senators.
When Barack Obama wanted to remove the sanctions against Iran are only the news of this provoked the fall of prices on the market, besides, Iran is not going to cut oil production by OPEC's decision. Iran is not beneficial to Russia
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February 15, 2017, 05:31:56 PM
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Before the election many people viewed Donald Trump as the lesser of two evils since Hillary Clinton is seen as the same old corrupt politician. Now we see that his lack of experience combined with the incompetence of the people surrounding him (eg Sean Spicer), make the future unpredictably bad. I just hope he will be impeached
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February 15, 2017, 08:19:09 PM
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Before the election many people viewed Donald Trump as the lesser of two evils since Hillary Clinton is seen as the same old corrupt politician. Now we see that his lack of experience combined with the incompetence of the people surrounding him (eg Sean Spicer), make the future unpredictably bad. I just hope he will be impeached
Are you sure that Trump the lesser evil? I'm not so sure. Can you imagine what will happen if it turns out that Trump really recruited by Putin? Look how many scandals related to the Russian trace in his team.
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February 15, 2017, 09:20:36 PM
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Before the election many people viewed Donald Trump as the lesser of two evils since Hillary Clinton is seen as the same old corrupt politician. Now we see that his lack of experience combined with the incompetence of the people surrounding him (eg Sean Spicer), make the future unpredictably bad. I just hope he will be impeached
Are you sure that Trump the lesser evil? I'm not so sure. Can you imagine what will happen if it turns out that Trump really recruited by Putin? Look how many scandals related to the Russian trace in his team.

Sure, and Obama was recruited by Iran.

Much more likely, actually.
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February 15, 2017, 10:32:45 PM
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Before the election many people viewed Donald Trump as the lesser of two evils since Hillary Clinton is seen as the same old corrupt politician. Now we see that his lack of experience combined with the incompetence of the people surrounding him (eg Sean Spicer), make the future unpredictably bad. I just hope he will be impeached
Are you sure that Trump the lesser evil? I'm not so sure. Can you imagine what will happen if it turns out that Trump really recruited by Putin? Look how many scandals related to the Russian trace in his team.

Sure, and Obama was recruited by Iran.

Much more likely, actually.
And what have Obama to Iran? It seems to me that Obama has done anything to Iran curtailed its nuclear program. And mind you did this without war. Trump restores sanctions against Iran to take out the competition for the Russian market.
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