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  • jeffdoorgunnr
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    Originally posted by Jose50 View Post
    For 2018 I see more tweets from the prez.
    This man is psychic..........

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  • craven
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    Originally posted by Jose50 View Post
    For 2018 I see more tweets from the prez.
    The one we know for sure.

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  • craven
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    Republicans are already stated Social Security is up next

    btw since we are already at 650 ish debt How can they do infrastructure and not get to the 1 trillion dollar mark of debt.

    Note I left off the potential 120 ish Billion from the tax cut.

    To not outspend Obama they cant afford to add to much considering Obama had a two front war and economic down turn to deal with.

    How are the Tea party guys going to justify to there electorate increasing the debt more than Obama during good times.

    Reps would of been better off going Infrastructure before taxes. Infrastructure would of been a economic boost and more targeted at Trump voters.

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  • Jose50
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    For 2018 I see more tweets from the prez.

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Tuebor View Post
    Looks like III Corps is going to be demoted to II Corps.

    Tuebor
    Actually trying to make him II Corps would be a promotion.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Well, with the economy picking up steam, domestic issues like immigration improving thanks to agencies actually doing their job, and the US to the UN actually standing up for America, things are looking very good.

    Add in the Mueller has driven his investigation axles-deep in an ethical quagmire, and DNC is attacking its own people, 2018 holds a great deal of promise.

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  • Tuebor
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    Originally posted by Tsar View Post
    Umm, no it's not. The next leap year will be 2020 when Trump win a second term.
    Looks like III Corps is going to be demoted to II Corps.

    Tuebor

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by III Corps View Post
    It's a Leap Year. After that, all bets are off.

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  • Tsar
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    Originally posted by III Corps View Post
    It's a Leap Year. After that, all bets are off.

    Umm, no it's not. The next leap year will be 2020 when Trump win a second term.

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  • III Corps
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    ...Whats up for 2018...
    It's a Leap Year. After that, all bets are off.

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  • Mystikeye
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
    If the economy passes 4% growth, the Democrats and MSM will pull out all the stops on finding anything to pillory Trump with. The most minor misstep will become headline news for days. It will make TDS seem almost sane by comparison.

    I think Trump will pass the $1 billion mark in regulatory cost reductions (it was about a $570 million decrease this year).

    If infrastructure legislation is passed watch for it to be in areas that are at least economically likely to break even on costs if not actually turn a profit for the economy. The "Green" economy will be nowhere in sight in the bill.

    I'd also like to see Trump put an end to the government subsidizing "Green" stuff in whole or part, particularly battery cars and solar. That might cause teeth gnashing in Sacramento and with Tesla, but it would rid the economy of a net drain on wealth.
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    Good opinion, Green has been an open for crony capitalism. It would be much more improved if forced to compete in a free market. The people obviously want 'Green" if its affordable to the working class.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    If the economy passes 4% growth, the Democrats and MSM will pull out all the stops on finding anything to pillory Trump with. The most minor misstep will become headline news for days. It will make TDS seem almost sane by comparison.

    I think Trump will pass the $1 billion mark in regulatory cost reductions (it was about a $570 million decrease this year).

    If infrastructure legislation is passed watch for it to be in areas that are at least economically likely to break even on costs if not actually turn a profit for the economy. The "Green" economy will be nowhere in sight in the bill.

    I'd also like to see Trump put an end to the government subsidizing "Green" stuff in whole or part, particularly battery cars and solar. That might cause teeth gnashing in Sacramento and with Tesla, but it would rid the economy of a net drain on wealth.

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  • Mystikeye
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    Whats up for 2018

    Well with President Trump ending the year on an up note what do you think will be the next big issue for 2018? I personally think it will be a push for a Infrastructure Bill with some loud screeching by both sides but with $$$ secured for border wall and more infrastructure projects. What say you?

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