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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    So? He has a history of donating to both sides and IS a registered independent. You are trying to act as if he is "switching sides" when he was never on any side in the first place.

    It is a fact that in 2016 he gave the max amount you can donate to the Hillary campaign.
    Yes I am. He's been a Republican donor. Spent 8 years fighting Obama. Trump turned him off and now this tax sham has completely turned him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwolff View Post
    Yes I am. He's been a Republican donor. Spent 8 years fighting Obama. Trump turned him off and now this tax sham has completely turned him.
    He's been a democrat donor too. So?
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    I don't understand the concept of being an independent, even after it was just explained to me. Probably because I'm retarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwolff View Post
    Yes I am. He's been a Republican donor. Spent 8 years fighting Obama. Trump turned him off and now this tax sham has completely turned him.
    This is accurate. In fairness to Republicans though, they've- at least publicly- already written him off. So they aren't losing money they had anticipated getting.

    But they likely hadn't anticipated him giving to Democratic Congressional candidates. That's a very new development- and an unwelcome one I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    This is accurate. In fairness to Republicans though, they've- at least publicly- already written him off. So they aren't losing money they had anticipated getting.

    But they likely hadn't anticipated him giving to Democratic Congressional candidates. That's a very new development- and an unwelcome one I'm sure.
    You're retarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4fun View Post
    This is accurate. In fairness to Republicans though, they've- at least publicly- already written him off. So they aren't losing money they had anticipated getting.

    But they likely hadn't anticipated him giving to Democratic Congressional candidates. That's a very new development- and an unwelcome one I'm sure.
    You’re agenda is very clear. Nothing fair about it. At least be honest...

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    Here’s the worse part: The conventional comparison is misleading. The projected budget deficits in the coming decade are essentially “full-employment” deficits. This is significant because, while budget deficits can be helpful in recessions by providing an economic stimulus, there are good reasons we should be retrenching during good economic times, including the one we are in now. In fact, CBO projects that, over the 2018-2028 period, actual and potential GDP will be equal. As President Kennedy once said “the time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.” Instead, we are punching more holes in the fiscal roof.

    In order to do an “apples to apples” comparison, we should compare our projected Federal budget deficits to full employment deficits. From 1965-2017, full employment deficits averaged just 2.3 percent of GDP, far lower than either our current deficit or the ones projected for the future.

    The fact that debt and deficits are rising under conditions of full employment suggests a deeper underlying fiscal problem.
    And these tax cuts are supposed to be paid for by a big boom in the economy. Who thinks we'll get through the next 10 years without a decent recession? Everyone should vote democrat if only to have responsible money managers in power because the GOP sure isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwolff View Post
    And these tax cuts are supposed to be paid for by a big boom in the economy. Who thinks we'll get through the next 10 years without a decent recession? Everyone should vote democrat if only to have responsible money managers in power because the GOP sure isn't.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cwolff View Post
    Eveeyone should vote democrat if only to have responsible money managers in power
    Obvious troll is obvious.
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