Wall Street Journal Admits US Economy Sailed Through Trade War with Barely a Scratch

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  1. cd8ed

    cd8ed Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    SorryI don’t reply with comments with thinly vailed insults. Try again
     
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    Translation: I have no rebuttal, in fact I'm not even following this conversation. Head, back into the sand.
     
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    cd8ed Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    23 trillion in debt indicates the economy isn’t supporting itself — as does the numerous fed interventions last year.
     
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    Sure.

    Educate yourself on what aspects of the economy is affected by the stock market.

    Facts may be insulting, but they're still just facts.
     
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    vman12 Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Tell us more about the bubble and propping up the stock market.
     
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    vman12 Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    When you figure out farming and stock markets I'll contribute to more complicated discussions.
     
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    No he didn’t. The economy he inherited was nowhere near as bad. The policies he implemented “trickle down” did nothing but EXPLODE the deficit and debt. The tech boom is what fueled growth in the 80’s.



    Not sure what Nancy has to do with a republican majority congress for 2 straight years and trump signing every budget that came to him? Are you unfamiliar with how bills become law?
     
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    We disagree.

    This is why I don't take your posts seriously, the tech boom started five years after Reagan left office, in a different decade.

    "The dot-com bubble (also known as the dot-com boom,[1] the tech bubble,[2] and the Internet bubble) was a historic period of excessive speculation mainly in the United States that occurred roughly from 1994 to 2000, a period of massive growth in the use and adoption of the Internet."

    Wikipedia
     
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    your agreement has no bearing on the economic data. The economy he inherited was nowhere near as bad. This is fact.


    nope...................https://www.historyextra.com/period/20th-century/a-brave-new-world-the-1980s-home-computer-boom/
    Not what I'm talking about.
     

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