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Old 07-19-2022, 07:36 AM   #1
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If the gop win the midterms

As expected if the GOP wins the midterms here is their plan

The GOP lawmakers are getting set to look at a number of issues including Hunter Biden's business dealings, the southern border and the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

and are already planning to expand their oversight goals beyond the administration and investigate the Democrats' formation of the Jan. 6 select committee and the origins of COVID-19,


Of course Jan 6th committee on the list ! as they more upset with those defending American democratic process Then they are with the man who tried to destroy it.

Revengeful cowards just feeding their gutless gullible base !

Absent from their list

Inflation, the economy, , gas prices all things that would benefit all AmericansÖ. But they canít allow that to happen prior to a presidential elections ! For fear Democraticís may be seen as the cause and get credit . So they will happily sit back and watch Americans suffer
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What Trumplicans mean by ďsmall governmentĒ is just that they want the federal (ďbigĒ) government to stop interfering with what state and local (ďsmallĒ) government wants to do. They do not want fewer restrictions on liberties, they just want to be in charge of them.
But at the same time if they could get a federal abortion law or some other federal laws passed that they support, they would do it. As far as restrictions on liberties, they just want control of which liberty to restrict.
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Old 07-19-2022, 09:01 AM   #3
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But at the same time if they could get a federal abortion law or some other federal laws passed that they support, they would do it.
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So you felt the need to point out, that if the GOP wins, they will advocate for conservative ideals.

Did you come up with that all by yourself? Or did someone with a PhD in political science explain it to you?

The GOP is going to win the house. Senate will be much tougher because the democrats got very lucky with which 33 seats are up.
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So you felt the need to point out, that if the GOP wins, they will advocate for conservative ideals.

Did you come up with that all by yourself? Or did someone with a PhD in political science explain it to you?

The GOP is going to win the house. Senate will be much tougher because the democrats got very lucky with which 33 seats are up.
The GQP will gladly take away all the gains Americans have made in the past 50 years.

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Stock Market Return: R - 109%, Dem - 992%
Total jobs created: R - 24M, Dem - 42M
Income growth: R - 0.6%, Dem - 2.2%
GDP: R - 2.7%, Dem - 4.1%
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The GQP will gladly take away all the gains Americans have made in the past 50 years.

Dems/Repubs for 50 years
Stock Market Return: R - 109%, Dem - 992%
Total jobs created: R - 24M, Dem - 42M
Income growth: R - 0.6%, Dem - 2.2%
GDP: R - 2.7%, Dem - 4.1%
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this is why the bluest states have the lowest taxes yet all have big surpluses, right Pete?

Biden didn't create all these jobs. We reopened the economy after we chose to shut it down.

If Biden owns the drop in unemployment that happened on his watch, he also owns the changes in inflation, gas prices, crime, illegal border crossings on is watch.

Pete, you can't say he caused all the good things but bears zero responsibility for the bad things. Well, you can say it, the entire left says it...but America isn't buying it.
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this is why the bluest states have the lowest taxes yet all have big surpluses, right Pete?

Biden didn't create all these jobs. We reopened the economy after we chose to shut it down.

If Biden owns the drop in unemployment that happened on his watch, he also owns the changes in inflation, gas prices, crime, illegal border crossings on is watch.

Pete, you can't say he caused all the good things but bears zero responsibility for the bad things. Well, you can say it, the entire left says it...but America isn't buying it.
I think you missed his point and since I know Pete is a research ninja, I will assume his figures for the past 50 years are somewhat accurate. You are talking a couple years, trends don't happen in a couple years, why not respond to the trend he pointed out?

You I'm certain can agree that had covid not happened and Trump still lost to Biden due to his POS moral compass, you couldn't predict how Biden might have faired. The flip side might also be true, but in light of Trumps rapid quest to hold onto power, I don't think this country (other than the cult members) would have done all that well.

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As expected if the GOP wins the midterms here is their plan

The GOP lawmakers are getting set to look at a number of issues including Hunter Biden's business dealings, the southern border and the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

and are already planning to expand their oversight goals beyond the administration and investigate the Democrats' formation of the Jan. 6 select committee and the origins of COVID-19,


Of course Jan 6th committee on the list ! as they more upset with those defending American democratic process Then they are with the man who tried to destroy it.

Revengeful cowards just feeding their gutless gullible base !

Absent from their list

Inflation, the economy, , gas prices all things that would benefit all AmericansÖ. But they canít allow that to happen prior to a presidential elections ! For fear Democraticís may be seen as the cause and get credit . So they will happily sit back and watch Americans suffer
The GOP has no plan on gas?

Yes they do. Here it is. Drill, drill, drill.

"Inflation, the economy, , gas prices all things that would benefit all AmericansÖ"

If these are things that would benefit all Americans, and the democrats control the white house and congress, then why isn't the left doing anything to address those things?
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The GOP has no plan on gas?

Yes they do. Here it is. Drill, drill, drill.

"Inflation, the economy, , gas prices all things that would benefit all AmericansÖ"

If these are things that would benefit all Americans, and the democrats control the white house and congress, then why isn't the left doing anything to address those things?
Classic no sense response Drill Drill drill

So you still havenít accepted government doesnít control oil production . And private companies can drill to their hearts content

Like I said gullible
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Classic no sense response Drill Drill drill

So you still havenít accepted government doesnít control oil production . And private companies can drill to their hearts content

Like I said gullible
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pricing for gas is largely speculative. Meaning, if the market speculates a president will
drill like crazy, that will
push down prices.

Iím sure you know tons and tons about finance and economics.
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pricing for gas is largely speculative. Meaning, if the market speculates a president will
drill like crazy, that will
push down prices.
Maybe for crude oil.
Will the next POTUS mandate a drilling target? How about a requirement to use the previously allocated permits before they open some sensitive federal areas?
Limit exports of oil drilled in the US?
Increase refining capacity? That seems to be the bottleneck (down ~1 mil a day or so since COVID) on gas prices right now (and why prices for gas/diesel are higher compared to previous times oil/barrel was at a similar price point).

Exxon et al.,'s profits are pretty dandy right now. I don't see them making the investments in refining (and no, it isn't a call to make it state controlled energy)...

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Classic no sense response Drill Drill drill

So you still havenít accepted government doesnít control oil production .
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the feds and the EPA play no role at all? What happened to the a keystone Pipeline, the private business decided on their own to shut it down?
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Jim as usual is repeating what he hears and the GQP has no plan

Why drill when you can make as much or more without the risk?
Apparently he thinks corporations are either under the control of the government or stupid.

Investors have demanded that producers maintain capital discipline and grow volumes modestly. Returns have taken priority over growth. Up until recently, a producer planning to significantly grow production volumes would likely have been punished by investors. However, that sentiment may be changing with oil prices where they are and the potential need to replace Russian barrels on the global market.

The geopolitical situation and oil price level may give US producers a license to grow volumes more meaningfully. It takes time for producers to respond to prices, though, and the price signal was not strong enough for E&Ps to potentially veer from their plans for moderate growth until recently. Private producers have been able to ramp upstream activity more meaningfully given that they do not have to answer to a public investor base.Ē
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Not as easy as Jim would have you believe and I also believe oil from overseas is far easier to refine than our domestic oil.
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Not as easy as Jim would have you believe and I also believe oil from overseas is far easier to refine than our domestic oil.
i didnít say it was easy. But itís not all Putinís fault either, and america knows the administration is lying when they say itís all putinís fault.
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Red states have lower taxes but Blue states are better in almost every other category. I wonder how much worse off those red states would be in there wasn't a transfer of wealth from the blue states?

After the 2016 election, Mark Muro, the policy director of the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Project, found that the 472 counties Hillary Clinton won produced 64% of the country’s economic output, while the 2,584 counties Donald Trump won contributed just 36%. That was a significant jump from the 2000 election, when the blue-red county economic split was 54% to 46%. Muro dubbed this divide “high-output America” vs. “low-output America.”
Last year, after Biden defeated Trump, Muro looked again and found that the economic output divide has grown even more pronounced. The 520 counties Biden won account for fully 71% of U.S. gross domestic product, while the 2,564 that Trump carried produced just 29%. In other words, America’s economic engine is bluer than ever.
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Red states have lower taxes but Blue states are better in almost every other category. I wonder how much worse off those red states would be in there wasn't a transfer of wealth from the blue states?

After the 2016 election, Mark Muro, the policy director of the Brookings Institutionís Metropolitan Policy Project, found that the 472 counties Hillary Clinton won produced 64% of the countryís economic output, while the 2,584 counties Donald Trump won contributed just 36%. That was a significant jump from the 2000 election, when the blue-red county economic split was 54% to 46%. Muro dubbed this divide ďhigh-output AmericaĒ vs. ďlow-output America.Ē
Last year, after Biden defeated Trump, Muro looked again and found that the economic output divide has grown even more pronounced. The 520 counties Biden won account for fully 71% of U.S. gross domestic product, while the 2,564 that Trump carried produced just 29%. In other words, Americaís economic engine is bluer than ever.
if blue states are better in ways that people actually cared about, people
would be moving to blue states instead of fleeing them.

You have self-serving theory. I have hard,,irrefutable, meaningful facts.

Youíre right, the wealthy are almost all democrat now. That changed very quickly. When the wealthy were all conservative,,liberals said it was bad to cater to the rich. all of. sudden itís a good thing.

Lower income working people
loved trump. Loved him. You obviously think thatís a bad thing. which seems elitist. but whatever.
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if blue states are better in ways that people actually cared about, people
would be moving to blue states instead of fleeing them.

You have self-serving theory. I have hard,,irrefutable, meaningful facts.

Youíre right, the wealthy are almost all democrat now. That changed very quickly. When the wealthy were all conservative,,liberals said it was bad to cater to the rich. all of. sudden itís a good thing.

Lower income working people
loved trump. Loved him. You obviously think thatís a bad thing. which seems elitist. but whatever.
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In addition to retirees it is prob. the people who can't compete in the blues states who are moving.

I think lower income people loved Trump bc he talked and acted like a foul mouthed goon who didn't care who he insulted. I guess that is elitist.
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[QUOTE=PaulS;1229567]In addition to retirees it is prob. the people who can't compete in the blues states who are moving.

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Maybe the are sick of elitists in skinny 👖
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In addition to retirees it is prob. the people who can't compete in the blues states who are moving.

I think lower income people loved Trump bc he talked and acted like a foul mouthed goon who didn't care who he insulted. I guess that is elitist.
Canít debate Jim on that one, he has hung his hat on people moving in droves to red states. The problem is he just doesnít understand itís not about politics. Iíd love to move to FL for half the year, itís not about politics, tax rates, itís about marine life, fishing, atmosphere and warmth in the winter. Hey Jim if FL, which you love to use as an example, suddenly was transported next to Montana, would we me moving there in droves?
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Hey Jim if FL, which you love to use as an example, suddenly was transported next to Montana, would we me moving there in droves?
Montana is apparently experiencing large population growth.


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The rapid growth in and around Bozeman, Mont., threatens the reputation ó and sustainability ó of its public schools

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The 2021 population estimates indicate that migration was by far the most significant population driver for Montana in the year following the 2020 census. Without it, Montana's population would have shrunk,

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Canít debate Jim on that one, he has hung his hat on people moving in droves to red states. The problem is he just doesnít understand itís not about politics. Iíd love to move to FL for half the year, itís not about politics, tax rates, itís about marine life, fishing, atmosphere and warmth in the winter. Hey Jim if FL, which you love to use as an example, suddenly was transported next to Montana, would we me moving there in droves?
so itís all the losers leaving red states. iím sure thatís the case.

if itís not politically related, how come no one lives to southern CA, which also has warmth and water?

Iíll wait for your response. Canít wait.
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older data showing that in 2016, population exodus cost CT 2.6B. this will
change as with covid, lots of rich Manhattanites moved in.

https://yankeeinstitute.org/2018/10/...ation-in-2016/
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Had enough?

Massive erosion of support for Republicans among seniors:
65+
May 37D - 62R
July 49D - 47R
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May 37D - 62R
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did you, or Joe Scarborough just make this up to give yourselves some hope?....I hope you find comfort in this because there is none elsewhere
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Hereís the chance that a kid born in the bottom 20% of the income distribution eventually reaches the top 20%, depending on where they live.

Red states are not the land of opportunity.

https://inequality.stanford.edu/site...c-mobility.pdf
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Hereís the chance that a kid born in the bottom 20% of the income distribution eventually reaches the top 20%, depending on where they live.

Red states are not the land of opportunity.

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Easy fix if you care about the people less fortunate than yourself - increase the taxes in those red states and improve the schools, infrastructure, etc. But then you can't claim your state is so good bc taxes aren't low (while still getting $ from the blue states that pay far more in taxes to the Fed than they get back).
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Easy fix if you care about the people less fortunate than yourself - increase the taxes in those red states and improve the schools, infrastructure, etc. But then you can't claim your state is so good bc taxes aren't low (while still getting $ from the blue states that pay far more in taxes to the Fed than they get back).
thatís if you believe that spending money solves everything. hartford spends $19k to educate each kid, and the schools stink.

do t let facts get in the way.

thereís a reason why people are moving there. i know you all hate that reason, but facts donít care whether or not you like those facts.

Yes, better bridges and roads will end poverty.

why oppose school choice if you claim to want to help these people?
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thatís if you believe that spending money solves everything. hartford spends $19k to educate each kid, and the schools stink.

do t let facts get in the way.

thereís a reason why people are moving there. i know you all hate that reason, but facts donít care whether or not you like those facts.

Yes, better bridges and roads will end poverty.

why oppose school choice if you claim to want to help these people?
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You're an actuary. There is a pretty good correlation between the states that have higher taxes and better education systems, where the people seem to live longer and now we know have a better chance of success.

You're a one trick pony - you only care about lower taxes. It benefits you bc you make enough that you can make up for the crappy schools, etc. in those red states where the better off have no empathy or compassion for those people who aren't as well off.
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You're an actuary. There is a pretty good correlation between the states that have higher taxes and better education systems, where the people seem to live longer and now we know have a better chance of success.

You're a one trick pony - you only care about lower taxes. It benefits you bc you make enough that you can make up for the crappy schools, etc. in those red states where the better off have no empathy or compassion for those people who aren't as well off.
i high end mercedes is better than a honda accord. but to many people, itís not worth the extra cost.

iím nothing close to a one trick pony. i care about taxes and what you get in return. thatís what most people care about. and many are deciding that blue states arenít worth the cost.
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taxes AND what you get in return. not just taxes. i donít always lol for cheapest price. But most people
look for the best value. cost is one part of value, not the only part.

If you canít concede that cost and benefit are two different things, you have issues.

Not just taxes. Taxes, combines with an honest discussion of what one gets in return.

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You're an actuary. There is a pretty good correlation between the states that have higher taxes and better education systems, where the people seem to live longer and now we know have a better chance of success.

You're a one trick pony - you only care about lower taxes. It benefits you bc you make enough that you can make up for the crappy schools, etc. in those red states where the better off have no empathy or compassion for those people who aren't as well off.
paul there are beautiful suburbs in NH ( Hollis, Brookline, Bedford, Amherst, Bow) where they canít build $600,000 houses fast enough, with the best public schools in the state.

NH has no income tax, no sales tax. Over 40 years, thatís over 200k in savings to many families. in my case itís probably close to 300k.

What am i getting in CT, that i wouldnít get if i lived in NH? Whatís the state of CT doing for me thatís worth $300k more than what is get i. NH?

The university of NH is cheaper than UCONN as well.

Please tell me what iím getting for all that extra cost? Because i canít think of anything.

Many people are coming to the same realization.

You think social services are well
funded in. CT? ask someone who works for DCF how much their funding has been cut.
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