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so say the self proclaimed independent who's only said negative things about the uni-party decepticon pubs but not a single negative about the party of hate. you've outed yourself in short fashion congradulations
I have no idea what that is.
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Originally Posted by 2014Z51 View Post
Well I've already posted a list of the indictments. Here's a link on the deficit numbers:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKBN1FI2P2

Here's Trump's Politifact file:

https://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/

It's all fake news, I get it.
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Comparison Between Presidents Trump and Obama – Massive Success vs. Abysmal Failure Continues

President Trump has now been in office for more than two years and the results of his actions as President are exceptional, especially when compared to his predecessor President Barack Obama.

US Stock Markets





* President Trump is the only President in US history to oversee two stock market rallies of nine days or more where the markets set new highs each and every day.

* On February 28th, 2018, President Trump matched President Reagan’s 1987 record for most continuous closing high trading days when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

* Then in early August of 2018 President Trump reigned over a 9 day stock market rally with each day reaching record highs.

* The DOW daily closing stock market average has risen more than 40% since the election on November 8th, 2016. (On November 9th, 2016, the DOW closed at 18,332 – yesterday the DOW closed at nearly 26,000).

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the DOW reached record highs an amazing 103 times. There were more stock market highs (71) in 2017, Trump’s first year as President, than any year in history.

The fastest 500 point increase in major milestones in the DOW (i.e. between 26,000 and 26,500), the fastest 1000 point increase, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 point increases in the DOW in major milestones have all occurred since President Trump became President. (No doubt the markets would be much higher if the Fed hadn’t increased rates multiple times whenever a new market milestone was reached.)

So how does this compare with President Obama’s first few years in office?



* The DOW daily closing stock market average tanked (went down) (-31% ) between Obama’s election win on November 4th, 2008 and March 5th, 2009. (On November 4th the DOW closed at 9,625 – on March 5th the DOW closed at 6,594. Overall it decreased more than 3,000 points during this time). The markets had no way to go but up after this time and they increased but at a sluggish rate.

Obama never saw a new stock market high his entire first term (his first 4 years in office). This is in spite of Obama receiving beneficial treatment from the Fed who kept rates at near 0% for most of Obama’s eight years in office.


Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump added 5,652,000 jobs in his two years plus through May (January 2017 through May 2019.) President Obama on the other hand lost (3,137,000) jobs in his same time period.

President Obama was so bad at creating jobs that by the end of his second term he said that jobs were not coming back.




The net difference in the same respective time periods shows that President Trump added 8.8 million more jobs than Obama.

Unemployment

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump decreased unemployment since his inauguration to the lowest levels in 50 years! The unemployment rate in January 2017 was 4.7% and by May 2019 it was down to 3.6% . It has never been higher than the starting rate of 4.7%.

President Obama on the other hand again moved in the opposite and wrong direction in the same respective time period. In his first two years plus as President of the US, the unemployment rate increased from 7.8% in January 2009 to 10.0% by October of 2009. By May into his third year the rate was still at 9%.




Unemployment under Obama at the same respective time periods was horrible with nearly three times the rate of unemployment as under President Trump during the same time periods.

Food Stamps

President Trump has decreased the number of individuals on food stamps and the amount of dollars spent on food stamps since he became President. In 2016, Obama’s last year in office, the US had 44.2 million participants on Food Stamps. The total costs in 2016 were $70.9 billion. In 2018, the number of participants had decreased to 39.7 million and the total costs also decreased to $64.9 billion. President Trump has decreased the number of participants by 4.6 million and costs by $6 billion.

President Obama on the other hand was king of food stamps. In Obama’s first two years the number of individuals increased by 12 million (from 28 to 40 million) and costs increased by more than $30 billion (from $37.6 billion to $68.3 billion).

President Obama’s policies increased the poor in America while President Trump’s policies are creating good paying jobs and economic prosperity.




In Summary

Overall based on the above data it is clear that President Trump is doing a solid, if not excellent job.


The mainstream liberal media won’t report this, but when looking at the economy, President Trump the billionaire businessman crushes the former community organizer Barack Obama in every meaningful measurement. President Trump is enjoying massive success while the severely unqualified and nearly incompetent President Obama forced America through some of its worst years in history.


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Well I've already posted a list of the indictments. Here's a link on the deficit numbers:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKBN1FI2P2

Here's Trump's Politifact file:

https://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/

It's all fake news, I get it.
Re-read the thread title. Let it sink in, look up any words you are unsure of in terms of the meaning.

Once done, post up as the OP did your "data" along with the sources that show the opposite. Get it?

Not doing your homework for you. YOU opened the can of worms. YOU get to the bottom of it.

Perhaps you should head over ot hufffpo or dailykos for some assistance?
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I have no idea what that is.
that both parties are one in the same. all rehearsed kabuki theatre political actors. so where' all your negative posts about the party of hate? only ones i've seen are directed towards one political party mr. independent oh you get it

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more deflection still, look over here as i'm unwilling to address the posted FACTS
And even this is generously cherry picked for Trump because 2018 sucked the big one.



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Originally Posted by 1%r View Post

Comparison Between Presidents Trump and Obama – Massive Success vs. Abysmal Failure Continues

President Trump has now been in office for more than two years and the results of his actions as President are exceptional, especially when compared to his predecessor President Barack Obama.

US Stock Markets





* President Trump is the only President in US history to oversee two stock market rallies of nine days or more where the markets set new highs each and every day.

* On February 28th, 2018, President Trump matched President Reagan’s 1987 record for most continuous closing high trading days when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

* Then in early August of 2018 President Trump reigned over a 9 day stock market rally with each day reaching record highs.

* The DOW daily closing stock market average has risen more than 40% since the election on November 8th, 2016. (On November 9th, 2016, the DOW closed at 18,332 – yesterday the DOW closed at nearly 26,000).

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the DOW reached record highs an amazing 103 times. There were more stock market highs (71) in 2017, Trump’s first year as President, than any year in history.

The fastest 500 point increase in major milestones in the DOW (i.e. between 26,000 and 26,500), the fastest 1000 point increase, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 point increases in the DOW in major milestones have all occurred since President Trump became President. (No doubt the markets would be much higher if the Fed hadn’t increased rates multiple times whenever a new market milestone was reached.)

So how does this compare with President Obama’s first few years in office?



* The DOW daily closing stock market average tanked (went down) (-31% ) between Obama’s election win on November 4th, 2008 and March 5th, 2009. (On November 4th the DOW closed at 9,625 – on March 5th the DOW closed at 6,594. Overall it decreased more than 3,000 points during this time). The markets had no way to go but up after this time and they increased but at a sluggish rate.

Obama never saw a new stock market high his entire first term (his first 4 years in office). This is in spite of Obama receiving beneficial treatment from the Fed who kept rates at near 0% for most of Obama’s eight years in office.


Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump added 5,652,000 jobs in his two years plus through May (January 2017 through May 2019.) President Obama on the other hand lost (3,137,000) jobs in his same time period.

President Obama was so bad at creating jobs that by the end of his second term he said that jobs were not coming back.




The net difference in the same respective time periods shows that President Trump added 8.8 million more jobs than Obama.

Unemployment

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump decreased unemployment since his inauguration to the lowest levels in 50 years! The unemployment rate in January 2017 was 4.7% and by May 2019 it was down to 3.6% . It has never been higher than the starting rate of 4.7%.

President Obama on the other hand again moved in the opposite and wrong direction in the same respective time period. In his first two years plus as President of the US, the unemployment rate increased from 7.8% in January 2009 to 10.0% by October of 2009. By May into his third year the rate was still at 9%.




Unemployment under Obama at the same respective time periods was horrible with nearly three times the rate of unemployment as under President Trump during the same time periods.

Food Stamps

President Trump has decreased the number of individuals on food stamps and the amount of dollars spent on food stamps since he became President. In 2016, Obama’s last year in office, the US had 44.2 million participants on Food Stamps. The total costs in 2016 were $70.9 billion. In 2018, the number of participants had decreased to 39.7 million and the total costs also decreased to $64.9 billion. President Trump has decreased the number of participants by 4.6 million and costs by $6 billion.

President Obama on the other hand was king of food stamps. In Obama’s first two years the number of individuals increased by 12 million (from 28 to 40 million) and costs increased by more than $30 billion (from $37.6 billion to $68.3 billion).

President Obama’s policies increased the poor in America while President Trump’s policies are creating good paying jobs and economic prosperity.




In Summary

Overall based on the above data it is clear that President Trump is doing a solid, if not excellent job.


The mainstream liberal media won’t report this, but when looking at the economy, President Trump the billionaire businessman crushes the former community organizer Barack Obama in every meaningful measurement. President Trump is enjoying massive success while the severely unqualified and nearly incompetent President Obama forced America through some of its worst years in history.


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Gatewaypundit? Time to create a "right leaning" news meter.

So disprove the data asswipe.
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Originally Posted by 2014Z51 View Post
And even this is generously cherry picked for Trump because 2018 sucked the big one.


Originally Posted by 1%r View Post

Comparison Between Presidents Trump and Obama – Massive Success vs. Abysmal Failure Continues

President Trump has now been in office for more than two years and the results of his actions as President are exceptional, especially when compared to his predecessor President Barack Obama.

US Stock Markets





* President Trump is the only President in US history to oversee two stock market rallies of nine days or more where the markets set new highs each and every day.

* On February 28th, 2018, President Trump matched President Reagan’s 1987 record for most continuous closing high trading days when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

* Then in early August of 2018 President Trump reigned over a 9 day stock market rally with each day reaching record highs.

* The DOW daily closing stock market average has risen more than 40% since the election on November 8th, 2016. (On November 9th, 2016, the DOW closed at 18,332 – yesterday the DOW closed at nearly 26,000).

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the DOW reached record highs an amazing 103 times. There were more stock market highs (71) in 2017, Trump’s first year as President, than any year in history.

The fastest 500 point increase in major milestones in the DOW (i.e. between 26,000 and 26,500), the fastest 1000 point increase, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 point increases in the DOW in major milestones have all occurred since President Trump became President. (No doubt the markets would be much higher if the Fed hadn’t increased rates multiple times whenever a new market milestone was reached.)

So how does this compare with President Obama’s first few years in office?



* The DOW daily closing stock market average tanked (went down) (-31% ) between Obama’s election win on November 4th, 2008 and March 5th, 2009. (On November 4th the DOW closed at 9,625 – on March 5th the DOW closed at 6,594. Overall it decreased more than 3,000 points during this time). The markets had no way to go but up after this time and they increased but at a sluggish rate.

Obama never saw a new stock market high his entire first term (his first 4 years in office). This is in spite of Obama receiving beneficial treatment from the Fed who kept rates at near 0% for most of Obama’s eight years in office.


Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump added 5,652,000 jobs in his two years plus through May (January 2017 through May 2019.) President Obama on the other hand lost (3,137,000) jobs in his same time period.

President Obama was so bad at creating jobs that by the end of his second term he said that jobs were not coming back.




The net difference in the same respective time periods shows that President Trump added 8.8 million more jobs than Obama.

Unemployment

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump decreased unemployment since his inauguration to the lowest levels in 50 years! The unemployment rate in January 2017 was 4.7% and by May 2019 it was down to 3.6% . It has never been higher than the starting rate of 4.7%.

President Obama on the other hand again moved in the opposite and wrong direction in the same respective time period. In his first two years plus as President of the US, the unemployment rate increased from 7.8% in January 2009 to 10.0% by October of 2009. By May into his third year the rate was still at 9%.




Unemployment under Obama at the same respective time periods was horrible with nearly three times the rate of unemployment as under President Trump during the same time periods.

Food Stamps

President Trump has decreased the number of individuals on food stamps and the amount of dollars spent on food stamps since he became President. In 2016, Obama’s last year in office, the US had 44.2 million participants on Food Stamps. The total costs in 2016 were $70.9 billion. In 2018, the number of participants had decreased to 39.7 million and the total costs also decreased to $64.9 billion. President Trump has decreased the number of participants by 4.6 million and costs by $6 billion.

President Obama on the other hand was king of food stamps. In Obama’s first two years the number of individuals increased by 12 million (from 28 to 40 million) and costs increased by more than $30 billion (from $37.6 billion to $68.3 billion).

President Obama’s policies increased the poor in America while President Trump’s policies are creating good paying jobs and economic prosperity.




In Summary

Overall based on the above data it is clear that President Trump is doing a solid, if not excellent job.


The mainstream liberal media won’t report this, but when looking at the economy, President Trump the billionaire businessman crushes the former community organizer Barack Obama in every meaningful measurement. President Trump is enjoying massive success while the severely unqualified and nearly incompetent President Obama forced America through some of its worst years in history.


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that both parties are one in the same. all rehearsed kabuki theatre political actors. so where' all your negative posts about the party of hate? only ones i've seen are directed towards one political party mr. independent oh you get it
Being a centrist doesn't necessarily mean I agree with the liberals 50% of the time and the conservatives 50% of the time. To me it means I disagree with both sides enough to not identify as either. Is that a problem for you?
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This message is hidden because Notfaintofheart is on your ignore list.

FYI go bow to your brussels masters and i have no clue what you posted.
funny how this guy knows so much about our news outlets.
and he still claims he is from europe.
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Being a centrist doesn't necessarily mean I agree with the liberals 50% of the time and the conservatives 50% of the time. To me it means I disagree with both sides enough to not identify as either. Is that a problem for you?
Originally Posted by 1%r View Post

Comparison Between Presidents Trump and Obama – Massive Success vs. Abysmal Failure Continues

President Trump has now been in office for more than two years and the results of his actions as President are exceptional, especially when compared to his predecessor President Barack Obama.

US Stock Markets





* President Trump is the only President in US history to oversee two stock market rallies of nine days or more where the markets set new highs each and every day.

* On February 28th, 2018, President Trump matched President Reagan’s 1987 record for most continuous closing high trading days when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

* Then in early August of 2018 President Trump reigned over a 9 day stock market rally with each day reaching record highs.

* The DOW daily closing stock market average has risen more than 40% since the election on November 8th, 2016. (On November 9th, 2016, the DOW closed at 18,332 – yesterday the DOW closed at nearly 26,000).

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the DOW reached record highs an amazing 103 times. There were more stock market highs (71) in 2017, Trump’s first year as President, than any year in history.

The fastest 500 point increase in major milestones in the DOW (i.e. between 26,000 and 26,500), the fastest 1000 point increase, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 point increases in the DOW in major milestones have all occurred since President Trump became President. (No doubt the markets would be much higher if the Fed hadn’t increased rates multiple times whenever a new market milestone was reached.)

So how does this compare with President Obama’s first few years in office?



* The DOW daily closing stock market average tanked (went down) (-31% ) between Obama’s election win on November 4th, 2008 and March 5th, 2009. (On November 4th the DOW closed at 9,625 – on March 5th the DOW closed at 6,594. Overall it decreased more than 3,000 points during this time). The markets had no way to go but up after this time and they increased but at a sluggish rate.

Obama never saw a new stock market high his entire first term (his first 4 years in office). This is in spite of Obama receiving beneficial treatment from the Fed who kept rates at near 0% for most of Obama’s eight years in office.


Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump added 5,652,000 jobs in his two years plus through May (January 2017 through May 2019.) President Obama on the other hand lost (3,137,000) jobs in his same time period.

President Obama was so bad at creating jobs that by the end of his second term he said that jobs were not coming back.




The net difference in the same respective time periods shows that President Trump added 8.8 million more jobs than Obama.

Unemployment

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump decreased unemployment since his inauguration to the lowest levels in 50 years! The unemployment rate in January 2017 was 4.7% and by May 2019 it was down to 3.6% . It has never been higher than the starting rate of 4.7%.

President Obama on the other hand again moved in the opposite and wrong direction in the same respective time period. In his first two years plus as President of the US, the unemployment rate increased from 7.8% in January 2009 to 10.0% by October of 2009. By May into his third year the rate was still at 9%.




Unemployment under Obama at the same respective time periods was horrible with nearly three times the rate of unemployment as under President Trump during the same time periods.

Food Stamps

President Trump has decreased the number of individuals on food stamps and the amount of dollars spent on food stamps since he became President. In 2016, Obama’s last year in office, the US had 44.2 million participants on Food Stamps. The total costs in 2016 were $70.9 billion. In 2018, the number of participants had decreased to 39.7 million and the total costs also decreased to $64.9 billion. President Trump has decreased the number of participants by 4.6 million and costs by $6 billion.

President Obama on the other hand was king of food stamps. In Obama’s first two years the number of individuals increased by 12 million (from 28 to 40 million) and costs increased by more than $30 billion (from $37.6 billion to $68.3 billion).

President Obama’s policies increased the poor in America while President Trump’s policies are creating good paying jobs and economic prosperity.




In Summary

Overall based on the above data it is clear that President Trump is doing a solid, if not excellent job.


The mainstream liberal media won’t report this, but when looking at the economy, President Trump the billionaire businessman crushes the former community organizer Barack Obama in every meaningful measurement. President Trump is enjoying massive success while the severely unqualified and nearly incompetent President Obama forced America through some of its worst years in history.


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address the FACTS troll instead of your continual deflections. where's all you negative posts directed towards the party of hate? no need to answer as you've made none
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funny how this guy knows so much about our news outlets.
and he still claims he is from europe.

Show me where I claimed to be "from Europe?" I'll be waiting.
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The French side of the country is just sitting down to eat right now. The German side has eaten hours ago and is home resting.


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Originally Posted by 1%r View Post

Comparison Between Presidents Trump and Obama – Massive Success vs. Abysmal Failure Continues

President Trump has now been in office for more than two years and the results of his actions as President are exceptional, especially when compared to his predecessor President Barack Obama.

US Stock Markets





* President Trump is the only President in US history to oversee two stock market rallies of nine days or more where the markets set new highs each and every day.

* On February 28th, 2018, President Trump matched President Reagan’s 1987 record for most continuous closing high trading days when the DOW reached a new high for its 12th day in a row!

* Then in early August of 2018 President Trump reigned over a 9 day stock market rally with each day reaching record highs.

* The DOW daily closing stock market average has risen more than 40% since the election on November 8th, 2016. (On November 9th, 2016, the DOW closed at 18,332 – yesterday the DOW closed at nearly 26,000).

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the DOW reached record highs an amazing 103 times. There were more stock market highs (71) in 2017, Trump’s first year as President, than any year in history.

The fastest 500 point increase in major milestones in the DOW (i.e. between 26,000 and 26,500), the fastest 1000 point increase, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 point increases in the DOW in major milestones have all occurred since President Trump became President. (No doubt the markets would be much higher if the Fed hadn’t increased rates multiple times whenever a new market milestone was reached.)

So how does this compare with President Obama’s first few years in office?



* The DOW daily closing stock market average tanked (went down) (-31% ) between Obama’s election win on November 4th, 2008 and March 5th, 2009. (On November 4th the DOW closed at 9,625 – on March 5th the DOW closed at 6,594. Overall it decreased more than 3,000 points during this time). The markets had no way to go but up after this time and they increased but at a sluggish rate.

Obama never saw a new stock market high his entire first term (his first 4 years in office). This is in spite of Obama receiving beneficial treatment from the Fed who kept rates at near 0% for most of Obama’s eight years in office.


Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump added 5,652,000 jobs in his two years plus through May (January 2017 through May 2019.) President Obama on the other hand lost (3,137,000) jobs in his same time period.

President Obama was so bad at creating jobs that by the end of his second term he said that jobs were not coming back.




The net difference in the same respective time periods shows that President Trump added 8.8 million more jobs than Obama.

Unemployment

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics President Trump decreased unemployment since his inauguration to the lowest levels in 50 years! The unemployment rate in January 2017 was 4.7% and by May 2019 it was down to 3.6% . It has never been higher than the starting rate of 4.7%.

President Obama on the other hand again moved in the opposite and wrong direction in the same respective time period. In his first two years plus as President of the US, the unemployment rate increased from 7.8% in January 2009 to 10.0% by October of 2009. By May into his third year the rate was still at 9%.




Unemployment under Obama at the same respective time periods was horrible with nearly three times the rate of unemployment as under President Trump during the same time periods.

Food Stamps

President Trump has decreased the number of individuals on food stamps and the amount of dollars spent on food stamps since he became President. In 2016, Obama’s last year in office, the US had 44.2 million participants on Food Stamps. The total costs in 2016 were $70.9 billion. In 2018, the number of participants had decreased to 39.7 million and the total costs also decreased to $64.9 billion. President Trump has decreased the number of participants by 4.6 million and costs by $6 billion.

President Obama on the other hand was king of food stamps. In Obama’s first two years the number of individuals increased by 12 million (from 28 to 40 million) and costs increased by more than $30 billion (from $37.6 billion to $68.3 billion).

President Obama’s policies increased the poor in America while President Trump’s policies are creating good paying jobs and economic prosperity.




In Summary

Overall based on the above data it is clear that President Trump is doing a solid, if not excellent job.


The mainstream liberal media won’t report this, but when looking at the economy, President Trump the billionaire businessman crushes the former community organizer Barack Obama in every meaningful measurement. President Trump is enjoying massive success while the severely unqualified and nearly incompetent President Obama forced America through some of its worst years in history.


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8 years of corruptness, muzzy loving, economy killing barry. ****, I'm still waiting for my barry, "Summer of Recovery" and my $2500 health care savings...
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Originally Posted by 2014Z51 View Post
Can you repost the statistics on the economy one more time?
Can you go to the first post?
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Predictable.

I show you a video of Trump telling the world he's in love with KJU.

You ask a question about school buses.

I get it bro..... this is a tough one for you. It sucks to blindly support a clown who continues to up that anti on his buffoonery but that's what you signed up for when you voted for the lesser of two morons.

You get the last word, I suspect it'll be some kind of clever insult
It's easy to support a President that puts country first and will stand and take any and all heat thrown at him. Suck to be the one that can't see that.
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