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That would be the equivalent of trying to cure Chipotle diarrhea with more Chipotle.
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3 ups, 2m,
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well no, but you do need a good purge, Yogi
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LET'S START
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Yeah, Capt Twitter Tear's minions here biitch like the overly sheltered 16 year old snowflakes most of the zits are, but to say they have their "own mod" now?

Anyways, despite their whining about nonsense (the unfeatured memes, for example, typically were stolen from elsewhere), this site had already leaned right, so if there are any biases, that's nothing new ....
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Try getting a non tds meme featured in politicstoo and get back to me.
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TrumpDevotedSimpleton memes don't get featured in PoliticsToo?
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2 ups, 1m,
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Not even a meme trying to have a debate about abortion.
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1 up, 1m
As if trolling was going to enter into their safespace created to get away from it?
It's another echo chamber, opinions counter to the script aren't permitted.
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TrumpDevotedSimpleton memes not getting featured in PoliticsToo is a bummer?
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2 ups, 1m,
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No, but Sew's going a bit off the rails here.
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1 up, 1m
In terms of characterizing a particular Mod, yes.
But in terms of the throngs emulating their crybaby God, he is spot on.
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1 up, 1m,
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Nobody b**ched more than you guys tho. , boo hoo unfeatured, boo hoo low rated comments, boo hoo why did it take 6 hrs to feature, yadda yadda. Now y'all got your own mod on the most popular streem, the squeeky wheel got the grease.
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You forget why the stream was split?
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1 up, 1m,
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It wasn't split, someone wanted a left stream, created by a user like all others, it wasn't a imgflip decission, I even created a stream, nobody goes there, it's 4 memes I made for a stream and then Fin asked me to mod it. It's shit, don't go there.
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1 up, 1m,
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No, i meant when the original stream was split up because of people complaining about politics.
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Oh yeah. At first everyone raged "CENSORSHIP!, DEEP STATE!, " everyone was cryin'. Good times.
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You're a sadist ;)
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1 up, 1m
Actually quite happy, bit stressed, but not sad,.........., hello?, is this thing on?
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Yup, in the democrat mind there's nothing worse than the lowest minority unemployment rates in history. If Trump actually helps minorities instead of blaming Republican racists, who are the Democrats going to have left to fight for? Give us some more victims so we can end this shit show!
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minorities (and everyone else, for that matter) saw unemployment rates fall consistently throughout Obama's years in office. they know that Trump's not responsible for it, just trying to grab the credit.
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Let me know when unemployment rates hit 10%, like under Obama ( :

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/441196-trump-rescued-america-from-the-economic-oblivion-under-obama
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They dropped out of the workforce Ace, that means they stopped looking for work. When the unemployment rate went up 2/10ths of a percent recently it was because discouraged workers came back into the workforce. Check out black unemployment rates under Obama Black youth as high as 25%. Served his agitator in chief purposes to fuel hatred and minority anger. You wouldn't know the truth if you looked it up yourself. Hater.Bigot, Racist, Liar.
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well, seven, thanks for explaining Obama's Evil Plan ( :

by the way, here's the actual data for minority unemployment during Obama's administration. see that decline in unemployment in all categories from 2009, when he inherited the problem from Dubya, to 2016, when yer new boi started? you haz propaganda, i haz data ( :
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Powerful graph dude, just one problem, it doesn't graph any of the years Trump's policies were in effect. What about 2018? 2019? So far in 2020? You haz de propaganda, bruh. Too bad there isn't a smart phone app for critical analysis for you oh so much more woke geniuses. Read the comment I gave to good friend Vagabond below.
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Wow you pulled your head out of your ass to find one actual statistic. You know graphs and charts are easily manipulated. No you still don't know shit, but your on the way to actually not speaking out your ass every time you open your mouth.
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Good gosh, man, do you not have any pride, or is embarrassing yourself truly required to be a member of this cult for pickled dead peons?
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Vagabond. Did you read the comment that graphs and charts are easily manipulated? Question - what year did Trump assume the duties of President? 2017. It is commonly known that an incoming President's first year of office is spent under the policies of the previous administration as policy changes , if any, are implemented.
Impact of policy changes typically only start to impact in the second year of any given Presidential Administration. Question- What is the last year of the perfect figures, damning graph which has been presented to condemn Trump and prove his policies haven't helped any minorities? 2017, said first year he governed with much of the Obama administration's policies in force, as stated above.
Hence, that begs the questions, what are the statistics for 2018, 2019 and into this far in 2020 when Trumps' policies have been enacted? Bullshit propaganda can be effected by omission. One of the stupid men I knew from a previous totally unwoke generation who destroyed the planet and was probably a slave owner in his mind who was stupider than any modern smart phone owner told me this little axiom - Figures Don't Lie, But Liars Can Figure. It's a small component of critical thinking. It's fine to be spoon fed numbers, but to accept them at face value without the most casual analysis is the birth place of ignorance and Bullshit Propaganda. This chart doesn't reflect anything Trump has done. Dead peons anyone? Pickled if you like.
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^ NOTE THE SOURCE OF THE NUMBERS: US Dept of Labor

My apologies, I couldn't be arsed to read that rant.

Fiscal policies are set at the end of the year, so what happened in 2017 is courtesy of who was setting it in 2016 (which wasn't Trump).

- Sorta.

Fact is no one has much influence over the economy except the Chairman of the Fed on account of being in charge of setting the key interest rates.

Although it is true Republican Presidents since at least Reagan have sought to dig us out of THEIR recessions which typically happened under THEIR watch by hiring federal workers by the ton, which then are sloughed off during the next Democrat to take the reigns (we know that which party is the big spenders is more propaganda nosense) and then repeat.

Another little secret, and thank goodness Heavancanwait picked a chart displaying it cause I ain't searching for one showing it at this hour: note the aqua blue line denoting 'Whites'? Notice how the rate of increase does not match the levels up seen with the other three groups, staying almost flat? Well, one thing it does match is what Trump IS saying - record unemployment for whom? Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians. Why isn't Trump saying Whites? Because poor Whites -especially in rural areas - having fared as well, not adapting to newer jobs as well other groups have. Stuck in a rut since whatever assembly line they worked at for decades shut down for good in '08.

Yup, Trump's main base has benefitted somewhat less from this booming economy than all those POC dead Democrats yadda yadda from Blue States.

Them is the facts.

Ironic, isn't it?
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excuse my typos.
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Excuse granted
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haha
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Ok, I did read it now, was rushing before and just picked up on the tone that actual data was somehow omitted in order to vivtimize Trump for some unknown reason.
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Political Memes are more fun when a little analytical thinking is applied instead of puking out more party line talking points. I goad to try to help people think in a little more complete terms, that's better for all of us.
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I'm hoping that imgflip starts giving annual recognitions in certain categories. You have a real shot at Most Hilarious Troll ( :
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I see I had unintentionally repeated what you already addressed, then had to rush off to take care of something after I did read it. Egg on my face.

Thing is the rate of economic growth as well as umemployment have been decreasing somewhat since 2017. Still growing, lest anyone misinterprets what I'm saying, but the pace of increase has slowed a bit.

In addition to what I've said about the Fed and the hiring of federal workers, confidence in the economy is another factor. Malaise over the Great Recession made consumers more timid about spending, and since the economy is 70% consumer driven, that caused a lag on that side of the economy (since the financial markets were booming).

If anything, Trump should have taken measures via the Fed to raise interest rates in order to SLOW the economy enought to prevent it overheating, as was done during the Clinton years when is it was said a 4.3% unmeployment rate was ideal for maintaining a healthy economy. Should it get lower, wages rise in order to compete for a shrinking labor pool, and then borrowing increases which leads to inflation and then recesssion.

Markets now are in a bubble. Setting records may seem great, but those ever higher numbers also signify an eventual more precipitous drop, thus resulting in a potentially worse recession.
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Good observations as always. Reaching back to my antique economics training we have some major factors that seem to be getting missed by the expert class. People in retirement mode move quickly out of the consumer class. They don't buy new appliances, cars or other consumer goods at the same rate as younger categories. Spending in the services industry does increase with added medical costs, etc. The Baby Boomers remain a very large segment of the population so when their consumer spending decreases it is an outsized decline. The entire group of Boomers will be "retired" (Social Security recipients) in the next 5-9 years depending on which range of birth dates you use, and that volume of consumption will not be replaced. Many economic projections are based on that class continuing the same rates of consumption.
Gen-Xers, Millennials, etc all have a significantly different spending pattern which I think is being overlooked. Historically the US needed to see 3% growth just to maintain stasis for population growth. Family size is declining, as is typical in nations that increase in individual wealth, another factor I don't see being considered at the level it should be.
Another looming factor that leadership has universally ignored is deficit spending and astronomical national debt on a world wide basis. The separation of reality that fiat money permits governments to spend non-existent wealth is finally hitting hard as many predicted.
As long as our governments are stuck in the old paradigm, the adjustments that need to be made will be ignored. Lumbering governments are not good at paradigm shifts, but they are really good at passing the buck.
Trump graduated from Wharton School of Business with an economics degree if I remember correctly. Knowing that tradition, it's easy to see the basis he uses for his economic decisions. Many are fundamentals that are consistent, but some don't account for critical, increasingly pronounced variables.
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thus contributing to a potentially worse recession*
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Aw shucks it was nothing, since voting for Democrats is voting for a Shit Show.
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So I'm noticing that you get pretty testy when faced with facts. Is that one of your more reliable traits? I'm trying to be strategic in my choice of victims ( :
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have you read this book:

https://www.commondreams.org/views/2019/08/09/leading-civil-rights-lawyer-shows-20-ways-trump-copying-hitlers-early-rhetoric-and

it's propaganda AND facts! one-stop shopping ( :
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No, I primarily read history, not theory but reality. I think everyone can be compared to Hitler on any category beside genocide if someone wants to project that on a person. Conventions place Nazi's as far right, but they are actually leftist National Socialists. The Nazi state essentially took over the means of production of the military industrial complex and other critical industries. Trump is not even close. Trump has not even come close to Hitler's early rhetoric, however the lens he is viewed through by our very biased and agenda driven media has pretty successfully convinced people he is that evil. If you analyze his speeches, most of the accusations are coming from jokes taken out of context.
In reality, how can the elimination of 3 regulations for every new regulation impede personal liberty? Truth is with the sheer volume of regulations in the CFR no one could comply with every regulation. I've heard it said that no single person could read the entire Code of Federal Regulations in a lifetime. Something Trump got right.
You understand why I said your first chart was manipulative? There was not a single year that reflected Trump's policies. While there were valid facts, that omission of critical facts undermined and invalidated your entire argument.
I'll be honest, I'm fed up with poorly informed people puking out talking points without any thought behind what they say. So I come on hard in hopes that maybe one person will use the incredible intellect we each have to actually solve problems instead of attack based on the bigotry of political affiliation.
I see enough people who are critical of Trump from the right to create balance, but I don't see a single person on the left willing to acknowledge what he has done right. Van Jones may be an exception with his comments regarding improving conditions. Think about it, Solemani killed and maimed a lot more than just American soldiers with his IED technology and tactics, but the left universally criticized Trump for taking him out of the equation. In all honesty I know they didn't have a problem with what happened, but they twisted it to make Trump appear to fit the image they try to create that he is an out of control, internationally ignorant, self serving tyrant. Like I said, I'm tired of being called a bigot homophobe racist misogynist, hater Nazi, ad naseum accusations that every person with a conservative viewpoint gets called every minute of every day, so I dish it back with impunity.
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I didn't read your comment. I needed the time to do my laundry, walk the dog, and grade 135 exams ( :
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Thought a long winded diatribe might help pass the time between the last spin cycle starting and finally being able to put stuff in the dryer.;<)
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that ticket does not look real ( :
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