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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #10 on: September 26, 2019, 09:03:53 AM »
With a 69% short-term capital gains tax for California, I would have to grow my own food.

Wait, we need to pay the property taxes and sales taxes after paying the 69%? Moving out of California would be the only way to survive. Or maybe out of the country if Elizabeth incites enough hate.

Demagogues and hate preachers like Elizabeth Warren have taken away people's property repeatedly throughout history.


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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #11 on: September 26, 2019, 09:56:46 AM »
Eh! Eh! Eh!

https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2019/09/26/wall-street-democratic-donors-may-back-trump-if-warren-is-nominated.html

Even Buffett will never support her either as he knows that she would wreck America.


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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #12 on: September 26, 2019, 10:37:34 AM »
Is it not 5 or 6 states that will decide the next Presidential election? How is Warren’s message resonating in these states? How is she polling in these states?

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #13 on: September 26, 2019, 12:49:47 PM »
It's so early in the game, I would say it's just as likely that Nancy Pelosi is our next president.

US order of Presidential Succession

No.   Office      Current officer
1   Vice President      Mike Pence (R)
2   Speaker of the House of Representatives      Nancy Pelosi (D)
3   President Pro Tempore of the Senate      Chuck Grassley (R)
4   Secretary of State      Mike Pompeo (R)
5   Secretary of the Treasury      Steven Mnuchin (R)
6   Secretary of Defense      Mark Esper (R)
7   Attorney General      William P. Barr (R)

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #14 on: October 01, 2019, 11:14:48 AM »
Market is now slowly pricing in Warren's presidency.

After 30% drop, it would have been fully priced in. 5-10% during winning nomination, 10+% run up to nomination, 10+% final win.

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #15 on: October 01, 2019, 03:13:28 PM »
Should be real interesting when Americans are faced with the prospect the Warren is the Democratic Presidential Candidate.

In our last election, most people detested Trump AND Hillary (me included on both).

They are really going to hate Elizabeth Warren. Slave reparations, high taxes, potential wealth confiscation, hatred of big business, Green new deal,
Convicted Felon voting, Free College, Cancellation of Student Debt, Open Borders, Medicare for All

She will terrify Americans with these 2020 election issues. At least Hillary didn't get nailed down on 2016 issues.

Warren will be a enormous advantage to Trump's chances for re-election.

Once the public realizes the choice is Socialism or Trump - she loses.

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #16 on: October 01, 2019, 03:59:23 PM »
Today on our show, we have three eligible candidates for president:

Candidate #1: Our first candidate might be the first to call for Trump's execution for treason?

https://youtu.be/gsiKWeceQqI?t=120

Candidate #2: Our next candidate is worried that Trump likely start calling him "liddle mortar man", if he is too successful a candidate

https://youtu.be/QkXeMoBPSDk?t=543

Candidate #3: Our third candidate likes soul mates and longs walks in the woods

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T00mAEBjmiY

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2019, 06:44:32 PM »
Liz has promised a big bribe for all retirees. They are the highest turnout demographic.

I believe this is the first time a Dem candidate has directly bribed a Republican-leaning demographic.

It will be a close contest.

Should be real interesting when Americans are faced with the prospect the Warren is the Democratic Presidential Candidate.

In our last election, most people detested Trump AND Hillary (me included on both).

They are really going to hate Elizabeth Warren. Slave reparations, high taxes, potential wealth confiscation, hatred of big business, Green new deal,
Convicted Felon voting, Free College, Cancellation of Student Debt, Open Borders, Medicare for All

She will terrify Americans with these 2020 election issues. At least Hillary didn't get nailed down on 2016 issues.

Warren will be a enormous advantage to Trump's chances for re-election.

Once the public realizes the choice is Socialism or Trump - she loses.

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #18 on: October 02, 2019, 07:31:24 AM »
https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/terence-p-jeffrey/americans-spent-more-taxes-2018-food-clothing-and-health-care-combined

https://neuvoo.com/tax-calculator/?iam=&uet_calculate=calculate&salary=56000&from=year&region=Pennsylvania

The numbers seem pretty accurate. However it would be different for low income earners. But this also doesn't include sales tax, property tax, occupation tax, vehicle registration taxes, etc.

How much more can they take?

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Re: Welcome President Warren 2020 - first native indian , woman Prez
« Reply #19 on: October 02, 2019, 08:55:28 AM »
If the government couldn't maintain debt (always had to run a balanced budget), it makes way more sense to tax wealthy people than to run huge deficits. Seriously, if we weren't running a huge deficit we would probably be in a recession. The game of artificial interest rate and deficits disproportionately help the wealthy (while hurting the middle and lower classes, relatively). This stuff creates division in society. If interest rates were at 8%, what do you think that would do to home prices in California or the stock market?

Why do I say this? Well, look at the opioid problem. A lot of these drugs are funded directly out of state and government budgets. If the government had to run a balanced budget, a lot of these issues would be resolved because people would be looking at them (why are we spending so much money on this???). Because we're running deficits, we are less efficient at looking at issues - no reason to look at them since we can just create money and get "economic growth!" Drug use = short term growth.

I've done okay in life but not super wealthy by any stretch. We save a very large percent of our income. If our taxes went up, all that would do is stop us from investing as much in the stock market. I imagine the super wealthy folks have the same but more advanced... ugh "problem."

The economy worked just fine with higher taxes. It won't stop folks from investing. The only issues with the government increases taxes is that...I don't really trust the government to use the money efficiently.
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