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Locutus

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I think Trump deserves the shoe too:


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UnderGrace

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You’re sounding like Comical Ali😁.
How about you tell me more about cutting taxes for the rich, I am sure you are all read up on macro-economic theory and free market economy just like your supposed law degree :ROFL::ROFL:

If you are not well read on this topic, I can certainly give you a reading list...perhaps you could start with "The Law" by Federic Bastiat

Interesting to note while you continue to deepen and develop your knowledge of the United States, that Democrats have higher annual salaries than Republicans, in fact in congress the wealthiest are the Democrats (2014 data) in fact Pelosi is worth an estimated 150 to 200 million, now I wonder how she accumulated such wealth on the salary of a congresswoman?
 

Locutus

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Ya, give us some books to read while the greedy capitalists snicker and continue stashing their booty in tax free havens.

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Jennie-Mae

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How about you tell me more about cutting taxes for the rich, I am sure you are all read up on macro-economic theory and free market economy just like your supposed law degree :ROFL::ROFL:

If you are not well read on this topic, I can certainly give you a reading list...perhaps you could start with "The Law" by Federic Bastiat

Interesting to note while you continue to deepen and develop your knowledge of the United States, that Democrats have higher annual salaries than Republicans, in fact in congress the wealthiest are the Democrats (2014 data) in fact Pelosi is worth an estimated 150 to 200 million, now I wonder how she accumulated such wealth on the salary of a congresswoman?
Well, I’m certainly not going to defend Democratic congresswomen accumulating wealth😁.

However, there’s reason to believe that the sitting president is leaning towards an economic philosophy the late Federic Bastiat would be applauding. I don’t agree with him. Macroeconomic theory along the lines of Mr Bastiat viewpoints do not take into consideration the part of society that isn’t able to take advantage of a totally free market.

I take it you’re a wealthy and well adjusted person based on what you’re posting. It appears that you are thriving in an environment based on the ideas of Mr Bastiat. Not everybody is that lucky. To most people in, say, in the state of Alabama, wealth is like the full moon, you can see it every day, but you can never touch it.

Why don’t you try living in the wrong part of Montgomery for a year, and have a look at what society is like there?
 
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Jennie-Mae

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Well, I’m certainly not going to defend Democratic congresswomen accumulating wealth😁.

However, there’s reason to believe that the sitting president is leaning towards an economic philosophy the late Federic Bastiat would be applauding. I don’t agree with him. Macroeconomic theory along the lines of Mr Bastiat viewpoints do not take into consideration the part of society that isn’t able to take advantage of a totally free market.

I take it you’re a wealthy and well adjusted person based on what you’re posting. It appears that you are thriving in an environment based on the ideas of Mr Bastiat. Not everybody is that lucky. To most people in, say, in the state of Alabama, wealth is like the full moon, you can see it every day, but you can never touch it.

Why don’t you try living in the wrong part of Montgomery for a year, and have a look at what society is like there?
😄My phones autocorrect had me fooled right there and the sentence came out “full moon...every day”🤗. Even though lotsa strange stuff is happening in Lower Alabama, we yet don’t have a full moon every day😁.
 
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Jennie-Mae

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Please..... do not worry I already know what I need to know.:ROFL:

Its been great fun though!
😁That lesser mind comment was just a joke. Apparently I need to work on my jokes🤗, but I thought the added smiley 😜said it all. Maybe you are joking too? I can’t see whether you’ve got a big smile on your face whenever posting, or if you’re frowning😁.

You’re so lucky to know what you need to know.

Does that mean that you know a lot, or does it mean that you don’t need to know much? I’m sorry, I’ll rest🤭😊.

You seem to me like you’re concerned with my degree, which leads me to my next question, what’s your degree? Economics? Political science? I’m just asking because I’m curious and I don’t know everything I need to know yet.

I’ll read “The Law” as soon as I can get a copy of it. I like reading books made from paper😁.

Have a good night, now😀.
 
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The OP, being Canadian has a serious loathing OCD for my country. Certainly if we were socialist pansies some would be happy, eh?
 
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Jennie-Mae

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The OP, being Canadian has a serious loathing OCD for my country. Certainly if we were socialist pansies some would be happy, eh?
What this country needs is states rights.
If DC could keep its hands off the states legislation, the states would more easily be able to adjust legislation in accordance with society in that particular state.

DC overriding the states has been the law of the land for way too long now. I don’t even think it is Constitutional the way DC is interpreting the Tenth Amendment.

I think it’s easier for the states to solve their own problems, rather than having DC half heartedly doing that, when DC doesn’t really know the reason why something’s wrong.
 
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UnderGrace

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What this country needs is states rights.
If DC could keep its hands off the states legislation, the states would more easily be able to adjust legislation in accordance with society in that particular state.

DC overriding the states has been the law of the land for way too long now. I don’t even think it is Constitutional the way DC is interpreting the Tenth Amendment.

I think it’s easier for the states to solve their own problems, rather than having DC half heartedly doing that, when DC doesn’t really know the reason why something’s wrong.
Well here we can completely agree!!:)
 
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UnderGrace

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Well, I’m certainly not going to defend Democratic congresswomen accumulating wealth😁.

However, there’s reason to believe that the sitting president is leaning towards an economic philosophy the late Federic Bastiat would be applauding. I don’t agree with him. Macroeconomic theory along the lines of Mr Bastiat viewpoints do not take into consideration the part of society that isn’t able to take advantage of a totally free market.

I take it you’re a wealthy and well adjusted person based on what you’re posting. It appears that you are thriving in an environment based on the ideas of Mr Bastiat. Not everybody is that lucky. To most people in, say, in the state of Alabama, wealth is like the full moon, you can see it every day, but you can never touch it.

Why don’t you try living in the wrong part of Montgomery for a year, and have a look at what society is like there?
Poverty is a result of the welfare state not a market economy.
The historical evidence on this is quite clear.

It is important to separate out those who truly are unable to support themselves due to cognitive/psychological impairments and those who are more than able to work who have been ruined by social welfare programs that keeps them trapped in social ghettos created by the Dems, keeping them there as slaves and dependents.

History is very clear on this as well.
 

kaylagrl

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The OP, being Canadian has a serious loathing OCD for my country. Certainly if we were socialist pansies some would be happy, eh?

Canucks were brainwashed into socialism a long time ago. What I don't get is why they care who is in office here. I have family that literally refuse to speak to me because I supported Trump. Just had a run in with my aunt and she was on the phone arguing with my father. Before she hung up she yelled "BTW I hate Trump"!! She and I haven't had a come to Jesus moment yet,but we're about to. Have no idea why they are so hostile. It's literally brought out hate in them like I've never seen before.
 
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Jennie-Mae

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Poverty is a result of the welfare state not a market economy.
The historical evidence on this is quite clear.

It is important to separate out those who truly are unable to support themselves due to cognitive/psychological impairments and those who are more than able to work who have been ruined by social welfare programs that keeps them trapped in social ghettos created by the Dems, keeping them there as slaves and dependents.

History is very clear on this as well.
I partly agree with this.
 
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UnderGrace

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I partly agree with this.
Research for yourself, the black people have been downtrodden by the Dems, that is what they do, they pretended to be one thing "the party for the common man".... but all the while subjugating large sectors of society making them dependent and telling them what to think and believe.

Thankfully the word is getting out and they refuse to be victims any longer.
 
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UnderGrace

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Canucks were brainwashed into socialism a long time ago. What I don't get is why they care who is in office here. I have family that literally refuse to speak to me because I supported Trump. Just had a run in with my aunt and she was on the phone arguing with my father. Before she hung up she yelled "BTW I hate Trump"!! She and I haven't had a come to Jesus moment yet,but we're about to. Have no idea why they are so hostile. It's literally brought out hate in them like I've never seen before.
As a Canadian I was never brainwashed.......yipee!!!

.....but I agree it is rampant here

It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome and I have seen it too, it is very strange that people are so carried away by their emotions like that. I can sympathize my sister and her family are much the same, they live in the states.
 

kaylagrl

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As a Canadian I was never brainwashed.......yipee!!!

.....but I agree it is rampant here

It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome and I have seen it too, it is very strange that people are so carried away by their emotions like that. I can sympathize my sister and her family are much the same, they live in the states.

I'm glad you haven't been!! It's just so odd. I mean Canadians can't vote here,they don't love here but they are outraged over Trump. Like I said,so much so that they are willing to break a family relationship over it. I've not argued with them. I just explain why I believe people voted Trump over Hillary and they get hysterical! They've told me I'm not a Christian!! I'm at a loss as to what is causing this. smh Horrible.