Trump at 600 days plus


Walter
#31
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qoIhgYtVQGU

Facts are stubborn things. Good stuff starts at 2:20. MAGA
Last edited by Walter; 4 days ago at 07:10 AM..
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

ontario lost 80,000 - not Canada.

What country is Ontario in hoid?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#33
Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister View Post

Why were back up generators not working? Why is Puerto Rico always considered an afterthought so far as US legislators are concerned?

You have to fill head orfice in if you want a response...that's not even a two plus two, that's a one plus one of getting stuff done.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

It's going to be interesting to see the outcome of her corruption charges she will be going to court to defend.

Yeah, real charges, unlike the trump russian collusion ones.
 
Hoid
#35
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

What country is Ontario in hoid?

it is in Canada - which lost 51,000 jobs.

See, while Ontario lost 80,000 jobs the rest of the country's loss/gain numbers came out to 51,200 jobs lost.

I know this is a heck of a lot of math for climate change deniers.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#36
Ummm....you forgot which full time jobs were lost vs part time which of course is not the same.

Yes posting the truth is difficult for all the globallwarming deceivers.

BTW:
I see why you didn't post a link to the climate change deceiving government that caused this job loss:

Canada loses over 51,000 jobs in biggest drop in nearly a decade
The Canadian economy unexpectedly shed over 50,000 jobs in August due to losses in part-time work, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday, but investors still expected the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates next month.

The drop last month was fuelled by a loss of 92,000 part-time positions.
http://cybersecuritycaucus.com/2018/...p-in-nearly-a/

In Onterrible The liebarrel gig which paid employers aprox 5 bucks an hour to train those folks ran out so, so did the jobs.

Quote:

but investors still expected the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates next month.

Say good "buy" to the economy.

Trump seems to be doing a lot better than that - especially with the record minority employments for the Blacks and Hispanics, whom you racists hate so much.
Last edited by Danbones; 4 days ago at 03:42 PM..
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Ummm....you forgot which full time jobs were lost vs part time which of course is not the same.

Yes posting the truth is difficult for all the globallwarming deceivers.

BTW:
I see why you didn't post a link to the climate change deceiving government that caused this job loss:

Canada loses over 51,000 jobs in biggest drop in nearly a decade
The Canadian economy unexpectedly shed over 50,000 jobs in August due to losses in part-time work, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday, but investors still expected the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates next month.

The drop last month was fuelled by a loss of 92,000 part-time positions.
http://cybersecuritycaucus.com/2018/...p-in-nearly-a/

The liebarrel gig which paid employers aprox 5 bucks an hour to train those folks ran out so, so did the jobs.

He doesn’t deceive any one , every one around this forum understands he is incompetent.
 
Hoid
#38
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Ummm....you forgot which full time jobs were lost vs part time which of course is not the same.

Yes posting the truth is difficult for all the globallwarming deceivers.

BTW:
I see why you didn't post a link to the climate change deceiving government that caused this job loss:

Canada loses over 51,000 jobs in biggest drop in nearly a decade
The Canadian economy unexpectedly shed over 50,000 jobs in August due to losses in part-time work, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday, but investors still expected the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates next month.

The drop last month was fuelled by a loss of 92,000 part-time positions.
http://cybersecuritycaucus.com/2018/...p-in-nearly-a/

In Onterrible The liebarrel gig which paid employers aprox 5 bucks an hour to train those folks ran out so, so did the jobs.



Say good "buy" to the economy.

claims full time jobs were lost - posts evidence that part time jobs were lost.

one of the interesting things about the latest jobs data is that the losses were largely part time while the gains were largely full time.
 
Hoid
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

He doesn’t deceive any one , every one around this forum understands he is incompetent.

shouldn't that be "everyone"?
 
Hoid
#40
https://www.thestar.com/business/201...ork-rises.html

maybe take a minute away from climate change denial to educate yourself(ves)

"The drop last month was fuelled by a loss of 92,000 part-time positions. On the positive side, however, the number of full-time jobs in August rose by 40,400."
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
+2
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister View Post

Why were back up generators not working? Why is Puerto Rico always considered an afterthought so far as US legislators are concerned?

A lot of the corruption charges are based on this, mismanagement

PREPA
Quote:

is responsible for $9bn of Puerto Rico’s $73bn of debt. As PREPA and other agencies borrowed billions of dollars from international creditors (and from each other, a practice some have compared to a Ponzi scheme), the utility started skimping on maintenance. In 2014 an austerity law prompted hundreds of experienced employees to retire and claim their pensions before cuts took effect. They were never replaced. The result, according to Synapse’s report, was generator failures, blackout rates four times higher than other American utilities, rising consumer costs, environmental violations and an increasing numbers of worker injuries and fatalities. A three-day blackout in 2016 caused by a fire at the Aguirre plant foreshadowed the darkness and economic standstill Hurricane Maria would bring. “We took the risk and we are paying the price,” says Mr Torres, peering at his poster.
In the aftermath of the hurricane, debate is swirling about how to fix the electrical system and who should pay. “We must rebuild better,” Governor Ricardo Rosselló has said, voicing enthusiasm for a proposal from Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, to deploy solar panels and batteries throughout the island to decrease dependence on the weak grid. This is a fine idea, but also an expensive one. Besides, federal emergency aid—the House of Representatives approved a $36.5bn package on October 12th, though only a fraction will go to Puerto Rico—can typically be used only to reconstruct what existed before the disaster.

Who was POTUS in 2014 again?

Puerto Rico faced a crisis
Quote:

even before Hurricane Maria, and it requires serious investment if it is to ever resolve the existential issues that are driving thousands of residents off the island. The federal government’s response to the island’s problems has been racist and otherwise despicable.
— Dennis Schaal

Last week, more than 800,000 Puerto Rico utility customers lost power when a single tree fell on a transmission line.
A month earlier, another line failure affected hundreds of thousands, while a substation fire crippled power plants in February. Then, there was the November blackout, which hit San Juan just as it celebrated the milestone of 50 percent power generation after Hurricane Maria last year.
Now it’s happened yet again.
An island-wide power failure shut down businesses Wednesday and prompted the international airport to operate on generators. The island’s power utility said it could take 24 to 36 hours to restore service.
“Back to September 20th,” San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz tweeted, a reference to the day Hurricane Maria mowed down the island and its power grid. She tagged comedian Stephen Colbert, among others.
Indeed, Puerto Rico’s blackouts have become so common that they’re now a running joke — albeit a sad, debilitating one, affecting the well-being of the island’s 3.3 million residents, who are U.S. citizens
The repeated episodes underscore how fragile the island’s Hurricane Maria recovery remains even as the next hurricane season is less than two months away. They also highlight how badly the island needs to undertake an overhaul of the power grid, which was considered inefficient and vulnerable even before it was obliterated by the Category 4 hurricane in September. A redesign is in the government’s plans, but there’s no chance it will get that done before tropical storms start churning through the Caribbean again this summer.

 
Walter
#42
Hispanic Household Income Hits Record High
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article...ts-record-high

Estupendo. MAGA
 
Walter
#43
Trump's Hard Line On Iran Paying Big Dividends
https://www.dailywire.com/news/36042...s-hank-berrien

MAGA
 
Hoid
#44
où est ce mur, imbécile raciste?
 
Walter
#45
Consumer sentiment posted a robust rise in early September, reaching 100.8, the second highest level since 2004-only behind the March 2018 reading of 101.4. Importantly, the gains were widespread across all major socioeconomic subgroups. The Expectations Index reached its highest level since July 2004, largely due to more favorable prospects for jobs and incomes http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu/

MAGA
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+2
#46
Markets 2 days ago:

China’s Stocks Drop to Lowest Level in Nearly Four Years

China’s sinking stock market reached an unwelcome milestone, with the Shanghai Composite Index closing at the lowest level since 2014, erasing the last traces of its recovery from a boom that turned into a $5 trillion bust.

The Shanghai gauge dropped 1.1 percent to 2,651.79, below its January 2016 bottom. Back then, officials had just introduced and then hastily scrapped a disastrous circuit-breaker program as they grappled with one of the market’s worst-ever routs.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...trillion-crash

Well, hoid's political system sucks.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#47
Tariffs are doing their job in China
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#48
 
Walter
+1
#49
Jobless Claims Hit 49-Year Low
https://www.dailywire.com/news/36096...ow-joseph-curl

Progs hate good news. MAGA
 
Walter
#50
Hispanics flourishing in Trump economy
https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/...-trump-economy

Progs hate prosperity for minorities. MAGA
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#51
 
Walter
#52
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

#walkaway
 

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