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  • ulukinatme
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    Originally posted by TorontoGold View Post

    https://www.thebalance.com/u-s-infla...recast-3306093

    This will give you a cursory background in basic monetary policy, but it's all you need to understand basic inflation. Nothing to fear in regards to inflation.
    What a joke. I understand how inflation works. I've been to business school, I've taken economics. Obviously there is some cause to be concerned. It's certainly affecting the market substantially. This is from CNN, you know, "the most trusted name in news" they say:

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/11/inves...ges/index.html

    Here's another from today on MSNBC. While overall inflation is looking at 3.6% currently it could continue to rise, and some goods like used cars have jumped 70% since last year. If you don't think that hurts low and middle class families hard I don't know what to tell you. Many of them can't afford brand new cars, and most of us need transportation to work.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/11/infl...year-gain.html

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  • RDU Irish
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    Gas lines in North Carolina and gas stations running out of gas..... until our commie governor ordered gas stations shut down (wtf).

    Inflation and gas lines -- Welcome Back Carter!

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

    What can he do? Threaten the cheaters? lol Verifying would be pretty difficult, time consuming and costly.


    Free state Governors are going to step in. He won't do anything but defend shut down pipelines, deny inflation, pretend open borders and China aren't a problem, and watch videos of Israel's iron dome online like the rest of us who aren't in a gas line right now. So much #winning

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  • IrishRazor82
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

    It's difficult to find any articles that question Biden's actions let alone criticize them.
    Right. You have to use your brain, which has proven near impossible for 90% of America.

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  • TorontoGold
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    Originally posted by ulukinatme View Post
    Gas prices keep going up, inflation is driving up the price of goods as well. Now our biggest fuel supply along the east coast has been hit by hackers while intelligence has been busy tracking down boomers that snapped selfies on the Capitol steps. Sure would have been nice if they didn't shut down work on the Keystone Pipeline on Day 1, it would be nice to have extra options in the future. Despite all this they're pushing the Biden popularity shtick again, seems rather hard to believe.
    https://www.thebalance.com/u-s-infla...recast-3306093

    This will give you a cursory background in basic monetary policy, but it's all you need to understand basic inflation. Nothing to fear in regards to inflation.

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  • Polish Leppy 22
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    Originally posted by ulukinatme View Post
    Gas prices keep going up, inflation is driving up the price of goods as well. Now our biggest fuel supply along the east coast has been hit by hackers while intelligence has been busy tracking down boomers that snapped selfies on the Capitol steps. Sure would have been nice if they didn't shut down work on the Keystone Pipeline on Day 1, it would be nice to have extra options in the future. Despite all this they're pushing the Biden popularity shtick again, seems rather hard to believe.
    I was born in 1985 but am told this is what the Carter years were like.

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  • Irish#1
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    Originally posted by ulukinatme View Post
    Gas prices keep going up, inflation is driving up the price of goods as well. Now our biggest fuel supply along the east coast has been hit by hackers while intelligence has been busy tracking down boomers that snapped selfies on the Capitol steps. Sure would have been nice if they didn't shut down work on the Keystone Pipeline on Day 1, it would be nice to have extra options in the future. Despite all this they're pushing the Biden popularity shtick again, seems rather hard to believe.
    It's difficult to find any articles that question Biden's actions let alone criticize them.

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  • Irish#1
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post

    Sounds like he's coming around to recognizing that some of those unemployed just don't want to work. We'll see if he acts.
    What can he do? Threaten the cheaters? lol Verifying would be pretty difficult, time consuming and costly.

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  • ulukinatme
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    Gas prices keep going up, inflation is driving up the price of goods as well. Now our biggest fuel supply along the east coast has been hit by hackers while intelligence has been busy tracking down boomers that snapped selfies on the Capitol steps. Sure would have been nice if they didn't shut down work on the Keystone Pipeline on Day 1, it would be nice to have extra options in the future. Despite all this they're pushing the Biden popularity shtick again, seems rather hard to believe.
    Last edited by ulukinatme; Yesterday, 02:56 AM.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Blazers46 View Post

    We have but to Governor Michelle Lujan-Wuhan-Follow-The-Science-But-Now-Following-Our-Gut-Grisham. We have 4 people collecting unemployment under us. We have called and left them messages and went on the state online site and turned them all in for denying work.
    She’s real big on grabbing science by the crotch of the pants and settling later. Still not sure how she gets to be Governor. She’s good at keeping herself employed at least.

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  • Blazers46
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

    Joe's in denial. Blazer, do your duty and report that guy to Uncle Joe.
    We have but to Governor Michelle Lujan-Wuhan-Follow-The-Science-But-Now-Following-Our-Gut-Grisham. We have 4 people collecting unemployment under us. We have called and left them messages and went on the state online site and turned them all in for denying work.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

    Joe's in denial. Blazer, do your duty and report that guy to Uncle Joe.
    Sounds like he's coming around to recognizing that some of those unemployed just don't want to work. We'll see if he acts.

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  • Irish#1
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    Biden Monday denied reports that Americans are choosing to not return to work and choosing to stay at home and collect unemployment benefits.

    “We’re going to make it clear that anyone collecting unemployment who is offered a suitable job must take the job or lose their unemployment benefits,” Biden said.

    Biden’s announcement comes as COVID-19 cases decline and states and localities ease restrictions with businesses adding jobs for four straight months, according to the Labor Department. Still, the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.1% from 6% in March.
    Joe's in denial. Blazer, do your duty and report that guy to Uncle Joe.

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  • Irish#1
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    Originally posted by Blazers46 View Post

    The numbers in 2019 say that prepandemic 57% of women participated in the workforce compared to 70% of men participating in the workforce. Obviously childcare had something to do with those numbers as well. I have a 4 year old at home that plays a big part in our decision making in having my wife work outside the home or not. Childcare has always been an "issue" when it comes to flexibility to work. Is there a link or any info on how many men compared to women are going back to work? I am guessing it probably is more than the 13% difference prepandemic just because kids are stuck at home and not at school still in a lot of areas.

    I was talking to a car salesman that said there are millions of cars just sitting waiting on chips and manufacturers are sitting on these cars paying a ton for lot space until these new cars can be chipped. Crazy!!

    I called a guy Friday for a job interview and he said he was not interested in coming in, he just needed to show he applied for a job for unemployment.
    America, land of opportunity!

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  • Blazers46
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    Originally posted by PerthDomer View Post
    Looking at the numbers tells a more complex story. Men picked up jobs at a much higher rate than women implying a big part of this is childcare. Due to supply shocks a lot of manufacturing has slowed down and furloughed people (chips are the biggest issue) and a lot of America hasn't changed its COVID risk paradigm to reflect the dropoff created by vaccines. We've also seen a big uptick in people being converted from part time to full time. Most economists looking at this think that UI is part of this, but not the biggest part.

    https://www.economist.com/finance-an...harder-to-find

    https://www.economist.com/graphic-de...ected-in-april
    The numbers in 2019 say that prepandemic 57% of women participated in the workforce compared to 70% of men participating in the workforce. Obviously childcare had something to do with those numbers as well. I have a 4 year old at home that plays a big part in our decision making in having my wife work outside the home or not. Childcare has always been an "issue" when it comes to flexibility to work. Is there a link or any info on how many men compared to women are going back to work? I am guessing it probably is more than the 13% difference prepandemic just because kids are stuck at home and not at school still in a lot of areas.

    I was talking to a car salesman that said there are millions of cars just sitting waiting on chips and manufacturers are sitting on these cars paying a ton for lot space until these new cars can be chipped. Crazy!!

    I called a guy Friday for a job interview and he said he was not interested in coming in, he just needed to show he applied for a job for unemployment.

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  • PerthDomer
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    Looking at the numbers tells a more complex story. Men picked up jobs at a much higher rate than women implying a big part of this is childcare. Due to supply shocks a lot of manufacturing has slowed down and furloughed people (chips are the biggest issue) and a lot of America hasn't changed its COVID risk paradigm to reflect the dropoff created by vaccines. We've also seen a big uptick in people being converted from part time to full time. Most economists looking at this think that UI is part of this, but not the biggest part.

    https://www.economist.com/finance-an...harder-to-find

    https://www.economist.com/graphic-de...ected-in-april

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  • Blazers46
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    At our store we have decided to cut open hours and focus more on online sales. We have been selling more online than in store since last year without even pushing it much.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post
    Biden insists disappointing April jobs report is 'evidence' that economy is moving in 'right direction'

    President Biden on Friday said the country is "still digging out of an economic collapse" amid the coronavirus pandemic, but that the U.S. is on the "right track," as the administration reported that the economy created just 266,000 jobs in April, and saw rising unemployment.
    The biggest hurdle seems to be the extra payments and coordinated school shutdowns between his party and teacher's unions. Hard to blame an economic collapse at this point. Earnings are booming.

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  • Irish#1
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    Biden insists disappointing April jobs report is 'evidence' that economy is moving in 'right direction'

    President Biden on Friday said the country is "still digging out of an economic collapse" amid the coronavirus pandemic, but that the U.S. is on the "right track," as the administration reported that the economy created just 266,000 jobs in April, and saw rising unemployment.

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  • Irish#1
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    Originally posted by ab2cmiller View Post

    If they can make $12 an hour unemployment sitting at home doing nothing, nine out of 10 will choose to make less money doing nothing.
    Agree. Things aren't going to change until the extra benefits stop.

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  • ab2cmiller
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    Originally posted by NorthDakota View Post

    Local McD's is paying 15 starting now
    If they can make $12 an hour unemployment sitting at home doing nothing, nine out of 10 will choose to make less money doing nothing.

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by Polish Leppy 22 View Post

    My fiance and I went out to eat last weekend and it was not good. Restaurants can't get staffed properly because the government is giving them money to sit at home. Pretty sad.
    Local McD's is paying 15 starting now

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  • Irish#1
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    Originally posted by Blazers46 View Post

    We have been hiring for 2 months. Typically we have about 30 appliacnts the first week. We have had 11 in 2 months. We have hired 3. One is really awful and would be asked to not come back under normal circumstances and we have another that came in for training 3 weeks ago but has not been able to commit to a schedule. In normla circumstances we would just move on. Today the ONLY staff scheduled called off. So guess what I am doing?

    Minimum wage is 10.50 here and we have been posting 12-15 an hour.
    Taking the day off?

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  • Blazers46
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    Originally posted by Polish Leppy 22 View Post

    My fiance and I went out to eat last weekend and it was not good. Restaurants can't get staffed properly because the government is giving them money to sit at home. Pretty sad.
    We have been hiring for 2 months. Typically we have about 30 appliacnts the first week. We have had 11 in 2 months. We have hired 3. One is really awful and would be asked to not come back under normal circumstances and we have another that came in for training 3 weeks ago but has not been able to commit to a schedule. In normla circumstances we would just move on. Today the ONLY staff scheduled called off. So guess what I am doing?

    Minimum wage is 10.50 here and we have been posting 12-15 an hour.

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  • Polish Leppy 22
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post
    U.S. Employers Added 266,000 Jobs in April as Hiring Slowed

    Unemployment rose to 6.1%; some businesses have struggled to fill openings



    7 million unfilled jobs and 9 million collecting unemployment insurance and being paid to sit at home. US Chamber of Commerce has called to end the supplemental unemployment insurance.

    Inflation is going to have me conducting commerce with dogecoin and lumber before too long.
    My fiance and I went out to eat last weekend and it was not good. Restaurants can't get staffed properly because the government is giving them money to sit at home. Pretty sad.

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  • drayer54
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    U.S. Employers Added 266,000 Jobs in April as Hiring Slowed

    Unemployment rose to 6.1%; some businesses have struggled to fill openings

    U.S. employers added a modest 266,000 jobs in April, far short of the 1 million expected among economists, and unemployment rose to 6.1%.

    The slowdown in hiring signaled a potential loss of economic momentum, at least temporarily, as some businesses struggled to find workers and faced supply-chain issues.


    7 million unfilled jobs and 9 million collecting unemployment insurance and being paid to sit at home. US Chamber of Commerce has called to end the supplemental unemployment insurance.

    Inflation is going to have me conducting commerce with dogecoin and lumber before too long.

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by PerthDomer View Post

    My guess is Cheney is taking a bet Trump gets more unpopular as time goes on. If he runs again and flubs it could happen. It's probably her best shot of a presidential nomination as small as it is. Collins needs to win in Maine... and Romney just does what he thinks is right. Additionally if there's a state Trump is unpopular in the party it's Utah. Mormons aren't fans of the Donald, and Romney has the name to weather challenges.
    She is being dumb

    She keeps talking when any sensible person would stop and move forward. And she'll never get a presidential nomination. She had her impeachment vote, that gives her the support if anti-Trump types. By constantly jabbering now about the party, she's just going to make people dislike her.

    The current GOP message should be hyping up enthusiasm for 2022. She's getting in the way of that. Idk if the house GOP is gonna remove her or not. But she's kinda asking for it. Hype up the Texas results, not how much you don't like your peers who voted for you to be in the position you are in.

    Elise Stefanik is probably better for the future of the party anyway. Young, pretty blue state Republican.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by PerthDomer View Post

    My guess is Cheney is taking a bet Trump gets more unpopular as time goes on. If he runs again and flubs it could happen. It's probably her best shot of a presidential nomination as small as it is. Collins needs to win in Maine... and Romney just does what he thinks is right. Additionally if there's a state Trump is unpopular in the party it's Utah. Mormons aren't fans of the Donald, and Romney has the name to weather challenges.
    The Cheney thing is a whole lot of nothing, but the lib media needs someone to attack and to pretend there are big problems with the R's, Cheney has made the mistake of not shutting down the talk over the election and her vote. She has entertained the media and fallen into the trap. You can't lead a caucus when you are getting cut at the knees by the press. Instead of entertaining them on Trump, you say that you are going to do everything you can to oppose the Biden agenda of insane deficit spending, open borders, election fraud, DC statehood, court-packing, and more. It's not that hard. Mitch figured this out.

    Be like Mitch. Elise is an upgrade though.

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  • PerthDomer
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    Originally posted by RDU Irish View Post
    The never Trumper got 3% of the vote - two Rs in the runnoff, Dems don't even get on the ballot in a district that Biden may have narrowly won (don't have the source on that).

    And Mittens Romney getting booed with Susan Collins having a hard time comprehending - Cheney going to get bounced. Establishment getting trounced and rightfully so.
    My guess is Cheney is taking a bet Trump gets more unpopular as time goes on. If he runs again and flubs it could happen. It's probably her best shot of a presidential nomination as small as it is. Collins needs to win in Maine... and Romney just does what he thinks is right. Additionally if there's a state Trump is unpopular in the party it's Utah. Mormons aren't fans of the Donald, and Romney has the name to weather challenges.

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  • RDU Irish
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    The never Trumper got 3% of the vote - two Rs in the runnoff, Dems don't even get on the ballot in a district that Biden may have narrowly won (don't have the source on that).

    And Mittens Romney getting booed with Susan Collins having a hard time comprehending - Cheney going to get bounced. Establishment getting trounced and rightfully so.

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  • NorthDakota
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    We will see if it's as indicative as the special elections in 2017 were, but Texas was very good to Republicans this week.

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  • Blazers46
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post
    I think I figured out the discrepancy.



    So apparently it is possible that 85% of the people watching approved because only a small amount of liberals were watching. That would carry forward to skewed polling because nobody cared outside of the left-lunging crowd. Maybe we're both right? No?
    I am seeing around 22m viewers on other outlets. But just googling these are the only ratings I could find. Lowest I could find was Clinton/Obama with 31 million each in 2001, 2015, and 2016.

    22 million is sad.

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by ulukinatme View Post
    Yeah, that CBS 85% approval rate is total garbage. The people polled that watched were only 18% Republican, and the total viewers watching the address were less than a 1/3 of the previous four addresses. Amazing approval numbers among Biden's cheerleaders though!
    Even the Trump approval numbers were juiced. I think it's par for the course...but this one sure looks like a black sheep

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  • ulukinatme
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    Yeah, that CBS 85% approval rate is total garbage. The people polled that watched were only 18% Republican, and the total viewers watching the address were less than a 1/3 of the previous four addresses. Amazing approval numbers among Biden's cheerleaders though!

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post

    When I was in the Navy, at the end of the FY, we'd spend insane money dumping the budget because if we didn't, we'd have less budget next year. TV's, snap-on tools, you name it. September was a shopping month! The real fat in the military is the civilian workforce tied to it. Tons of them are just retired military who finish their careers in support roles. Many of them are pretty light in responsibilities and duties. I've seen it first hand. They could make some serious cuts there if they had the will.
    When I was writing contracts for the Air Force, seemed like 90% of my purchases were year-end purchases. Probably wasn't actually the case but...yeah they spend money like drunken sailors.

    Lol September is annoying as hell. I'd get on the phone with the point of contact and tell them "hey guys I get we got a year end thing here but why couldn't you send this over in June?"

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  • PerthDomer
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    Originally posted by Bishop2b5 View Post
    Former Secretary of State and current National Security Council member John Kerry reportedly discussed classified info on Israeli operations against Syria with Iran's foreign minister.

    According to leaked audio revealedSunday by The New York Times, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said Kerry told him that Israel attacked Iranian assets in Syria “at least 200 times.” Zarif added that he was surprised that Kerry would reveal that sensitive information to him, according to the audio. Kerry denies doing it and the Biden administration says it's not a big deal, claiming the info was widely known.


    GOP tears into Kerry amid Iran controversy - POLITICO

    Kerry faces calls to step down over leaked Iran tapes | TheHill
    Wapo, NYT, WSJ, etc. Have reported on this. Hell. The NYT BROKE the story.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post
    It's just a number on a piece of paper.

    If Biden wants to impress me, I'd like to see him take a butcher knife to the budget. Make all of the agencies look long and hard at their spending. All the way down to the department level at local offices. I'm all for the military, but I can't imagine how many billions could be saved if we looked at the infamous $75 hammers and $1,000 toilets. Cut a chunk of foreign aid. We have obligations, but there's plenty of waste that goes into those programs. Etc., etc.
    When I was in the Navy, at the end of the FY, we'd spend insane money dumping the budget because if we didn't, we'd have less budget next year. TV's, snap-on tools, you name it. September was a shopping month! The real fat in the military is the civilian workforce tied to it. Tons of them are just retired military who finish their careers in support roles. Many of them are pretty light in responsibilities and duties. I've seen it first hand. They could make some serious cuts there if they had the will.

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  • Irish#1
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    It's just a number on a piece of paper.

    If Biden wants to impress me, I'd like to see him take a butcher knife to the budget. Make all of the agencies look long and hard at their spending. All the way down to the department level at local offices. I'm all for the military, but I can't imagine how many billions could be saved if we looked at the infamous $75 hammers and $1,000 toilets. Cut a chunk of foreign aid. We have obligations, but there's plenty of waste that goes into those programs. Etc., etc.
    Last edited by Irish#1; 04-30-2021, 02:03 PM.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by NorthDakota View Post

    Some recent polling on the infrastructure shows better support with the proposals using the typical definition of infrastructure.... and it would cost about $1.5 trillion less than what Grandpa wants. Not that polling really matters much, but you get the gist.
    I doubt he does. The guy would minimize 10T in spending on Biden gifts if that's what he wanted.

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by TorontoGold View Post

    I'm not going to go through the spending as it's been done ad nasuem for you. Unless it says "$500M for paved roads" you would still say ItS NoT inFRaStRucTure.

    Oh, and the capital gains stuff? Yeah, history shows no statically significant relationship to a change in stock market performance when there is a change in rates https://www.businessinsider.com/capi...ambling-2021-4

    I hope our very own IE daily stockwatchers pick up on that lil tidbit before selling their investments and putting it in a sock because big bad socialist (LMAO) Biden is coming for it!
    Some recent polling on the infrastructure shows better support with the proposals using the typical definition of infrastructure.... and it would cost about $1.5 trillion less than what Grandpa wants. Not that polling really matters much, but you get the gist.

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  • TorontoGold
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post

    Ohh yeah, folks who think 6T in spending is insane are definitely Billy Bob's from Kansas. We already spent 1.9T for COVID relief, of which ~5% was directly related to fighting the pandemic. He wants 2.25T in infrastructure, of which <10% is actually infrastructure. He also wants another 1.8T in liberal wishlist items. That's 5.95 T of money we don't have and we don't get by taxing rich people more on capital gains. Our debt is higher than the annual GDP. You're right! This is moderate and I must be a Billy Bob. It's reckless and quite radical in reality.
    I'm not going to go through the spending as it's been done ad nasuem for you. Unless it says "$500M for paved roads" you would still say ItS NoT inFRaStRucTure.

    Oh, and the capital gains stuff? Yeah, history shows no statically significant relationship to a change in stock market performance when there is a change in rates https://www.businessinsider.com/capi...ambling-2021-4

    I hope our very own IE daily stockwatchers pick up on that lil tidbit before selling their investments and putting it in a sock because big bad socialist (LMAO) Biden is coming for it!

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by TorontoGold View Post

    Honestly, I wish a US president tried out the whole "Nah, nope, ain't spending NUTIN!" Watch the whole place turn into a wasteland while everyone bows down to the corporate overlords to take mercy on them.

    Maybe then Billy Bob in Kansas would have a reason for an insurrection.
    Ohh yeah, folks who think 6T in spending is insane are definitely Billy Bob's from Kansas. We already spent 1.9T for COVID relief, of which ~5% was directly related to fighting the pandemic. He wants 2.25T in infrastructure, of which <10% is actually infrastructure. He also wants another 1.8T in liberal wishlist items. That's 5.95 T of money we don't have and we don't get by taxing rich people more on capital gains. Our debt is higher than the annual GDP. You're right! This is moderate and I must be a Billy Bob. It's reckless and quite radical in reality.

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  • NorthDakota
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    Originally posted by TorontoGold View Post

    Honestly, I wish a US president tried out the whole "Nah, nope, ain't spending NUTIN!" Watch the whole place turn into a wasteland while everyone bows down to the corporate overlords to take mercy on them.

    Maybe then Billy Bob in Kansas would have a reason for an insurrection.
    Eh... even if a US president said "no new spending", the Federal budget is pushing $5 trillion.

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  • TorontoGold
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post

    haha yeah. that guy thinks someone trying to dump 6 trillion on programs we can't afford is a socialist. Total mush head that guy!
    Honestly, I wish a US president tried out the whole "Nah, nope, ain't spending NUTIN!" Watch the whole place turn into a wasteland while everyone bows down to the corporate overlords to take mercy on them.

    Maybe then Billy Bob in Kansas would have a reason for an insurrection.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by TorontoGold View Post

    Steve Scalise thinks Biden is a socialist, his brain is absolute mush haha. Biden could literally rob a homeless person and Gym Jordan/Lauren Boebert/MTG/Scalise would still think he's a socialist.
    haha yeah. that guy thinks someone trying to dump 6 trillion on programs we can't afford is a socialist. Total mush head that guy!

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  • TorontoGold
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    Originally posted by drayer54 View Post

    I'm sure Steve Scalise thought that was a good line.
    Steve Scalise thinks Biden is a socialist, his brain is absolute mush haha. Biden could literally rob a homeless person and Gym Jordan/Lauren Boebert/MTG/Scalise would still think he's a socialist.

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  • drayer54
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    Originally posted by Rogue219 View Post
    Biden called on the same people who attacked the Republic and insighted an insurrection four months ago to help him protect democracy.

    Maybe he really is losing it.
    I'm sure Steve Scalise thought that was a good line.

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  • Rogue219
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    Biden called on the same people who attacked the Republic and insighted an insurrection four months ago to help him protect democracy.

    Maybe he really is losing it.

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  • drayer54
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    I think I figured out the discrepancy.



    So apparently it is possible that 85% of the people watching approved because only a small amount of liberals were watching. That would carry forward to skewed polling because nobody cared outside of the left-lunging crowd. Maybe we're both right? No?

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  • IrishLax
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    Originally posted by Irish YJ View Post

    holy my sumolians ..... in my best Irish accent..... CBS and NYT are about as LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL as LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL can be.


    are you serious.

    love ya LAX.
    Yes I'm serious? What did I say about YouGov that's wrong?

    https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/pollster-ratings/

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