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Re: Relax, Donald Trump is Stone Cold Sane
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"I would never consider my evaluation of his work to be fair minded unless I had actually read his own words." - Dave Hawkins

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Re: Relax, Donald Trump is Stone Cold Sane
Reply #1026
Seems my post deleted itself.

In embarrassing display, Trump flubs test on how money works

I knew he is an ignorant moron, but I thought he was smarter than this.

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He's one of those rare people who managed to lose money running a casino.

With Trump now in the White House, we're starting to get a better sense of why he had so many difficulties in the business world. As The Daily Beast  noted, the president tried to argue last night that he's already managed to shave off a huge chunk of the national debt.

"The country - we took it over and owed over $20 trillion. As you know the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country. So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? And yet, we picked up $5.2 trillion just in the stock market," Trump told Sean Hannity. "So you could say, in one sense, we're really increasing values. And maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt. But we're very honored by it."

This wasn't just some verbal gaffe. Yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg, during a speech on taxes, he pushed a related point: "Very proudly, just in the stock market alone, we have increased our economic worth by $5.2 trillion, that's right, since Election Day. $5.2 trillion. Think about that, that's a quarter of the $20 trillion that we owe."

This is gibberish. They're the remarks of someone who doesn't know what the national debt is. Or how the nation's finances work. Or even how money works.
Maybe Dave can explain to us morans how an increase in the value of privately owned companies translates into a decrease in the country's debt?   (Maybe Drumpf is going to Nationalize everything?)

usa is not russia yet

Re: Relax, Donald Trump is Stone Cold Sane
Reply #1027
Seems my post deleted itself.

In embarrassing display, Trump flubs test on how money works

I knew he is an ignorant moron, but I thought he was smarter than this.

Quote
He's one of those rare people who managed to lose money running a casino.

With Trump now in the White House, we're starting to get a better sense of why he had so many difficulties in the business world. As The Daily Beast  noted, the president tried to argue last night that he's already managed to shave off a huge chunk of the national debt.

"The country - we took it over and owed over $20 trillion. As you know the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country. So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? And yet, we picked up $5.2 trillion just in the stock market," Trump told Sean Hannity. "So you could say, in one sense, we're really increasing values. And maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt. But we're very honored by it."

This wasn't just some verbal gaffe. Yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg, during a speech on taxes, he pushed a related point: "Very proudly, just in the stock market alone, we have increased our economic worth by $5.2 trillion, that's right, since Election Day. $5.2 trillion. Think about that, that's a quarter of the $20 trillion that we owe."

This is gibberish. They're the remarks of someone who doesn't know what the national debt is. Or how the nation's finances work. Or even how money works.
Maybe Dave can explain to us morans how an increase in the value of privately owned companies translates into a decrease in the country's debt?   (Maybe Drumpf is going to Nationalize everything?)

usa is not russia yet
derp.  "publically"    I was also not top of my class at Wharton....
While you were getting your PhD in virology, I got my PhD in truth detection. :wave:  Dave Hawkins

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Re: Relax, Donald Trump is Stone Cold Sane
Reply #1028
Seems my post deleted itself.

In embarrassing display, Trump flubs test on how money works

I knew he is an ignorant moron, but I thought he was smarter than this.

Quote
He's one of those rare people who managed to lose money running a casino.

With Trump now in the White House, we're starting to get a better sense of why he had so many difficulties in the business world. As The Daily Beast  noted, the president tried to argue last night that he's already managed to shave off a huge chunk of the national debt.

"The country - we took it over and owed over $20 trillion. As you know the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country. So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? And yet, we picked up $5.2 trillion just in the stock market," Trump told Sean Hannity. "So you could say, in one sense, we're really increasing values. And maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt. But we're very honored by it."

This wasn't just some verbal gaffe. Yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg, during a speech on taxes, he pushed a related point: "Very proudly, just in the stock market alone, we have increased our economic worth by $5.2 trillion, that's right, since Election Day. $5.2 trillion. Think about that, that's a quarter of the $20 trillion that we owe."

This is gibberish. They're the remarks of someone who doesn't know what the national debt is. Or how the nation's finances work. Or even how money works.
Maybe Dave can explain to us morans how an increase in the value of privately owned companies translates into a decrease in the country's debt?   (Maybe Drumpf is going to Nationalize everything?)

usa is not russia yet
derp.  "publically"    I was also not top of my class at Wharton....
Did you mean "publicly"'?
Are we there yet?

Re: Relax, Donald Trump is Stone Cold Sane
Reply #1029
Seems my post deleted itself.

In embarrassing display, Trump flubs test on how money works

I knew he is an ignorant moron, but I thought he was smarter than this.

Quote
He's one of those rare people who managed to lose money running a casino.

With Trump now in the White House, we're starting to get a better sense of why he had so many difficulties in the business world. As The Daily Beast  noted, the president tried to argue last night that he's already managed to shave off a huge chunk of the national debt.

"The country - we took it over and owed over $20 trillion. As you know the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country. So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? And yet, we picked up $5.2 trillion just in the stock market," Trump told Sean Hannity. "So you could say, in one sense, we're really increasing values. And maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt. But we're very honored by it."

This wasn't just some verbal gaffe. Yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg, during a speech on taxes, he pushed a related point: "Very proudly, just in the stock market alone, we have increased our economic worth by $5.2 trillion, that's right, since Election Day. $5.2 trillion. Think about that, that's a quarter of the $20 trillion that we owe."

This is gibberish. They're the remarks of someone who doesn't know what the national debt is. Or how the nation's finances work. Or even how money works.
Maybe Dave can explain to us morans how an increase in the value of privately owned companies translates into a decrease in the country's debt?   (Maybe Drumpf is going to Nationalize everything?)

usa is not russia yet
derp.  "publically"    I was also not top of my class at Wharton....
Did you mean "publicly"'?
Probibly.
While you were getting your PhD in virology, I got my PhD in truth detection. :wave:  Dave Hawkins