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sharksoup
Senior Contributor

Re: And the oil will pay for the war

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: And the oil will pay for the war

The trouble with all this economic deckchair rearranging is this thing has went too far and to save "$200 billion" in a year is peanuts and the party in charge won`t get credit for making tough choices and will be out or neutered at the next election.  It took 30 yrs to get in this mess, remaining on the status quo is the most politically expedient, because those that drum their fingers in the drive through about their chicken McNuggets taking 4 minutes to cook won`t have 2 years of patience to correct a 30yr old problem...well go back to 1913 actually (fed income tax and fed reserve).

 

I think we`ve went too far actually, Trump has the right ideas however he needs a congressional rubberstamp and the public solidly behind him...anyone see that?  ...then it`s what I thought, gone too far and too long to be fixed. 

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: And the oil will pay for the war

It started with raygun's trickle down.