The Trump Presidency...

Trump has submitted his written answers to Mueller.

Assuming Mueller can decipher the crayon and dry off the drool, I am sure they will be bigly entertaining.
"I didn't do nothing, it was the Democrats, email servers, no Russians, no sirree"
Written means he didn't write them, legal types did.
 
Trump has submitted his written answers to Mueller.

Assuming Mueller can decipher the crayon and dry off the drool, I am sure they will be bigly entertaining.
"I didn't do nothing, it was the Democrats, email servers, no Russians, no sirree"
That's about the jist of it, "everybody else but me". Maybe the chump called the family together this weekend as kind of a "Let's spend our last moments together" kind of thing before one, or (Pray to god) more of the idiots get carted off to the clink.
 
Wouldn't his terrible bone spurs prevent him playing?
Away with you heathen, this is a MAN, a bigly tough MAN, who would rush unarmed into a gunfight. May Jonesy & Goldbricker have mercy upon your soul.
 

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It means your knowledge about how the economy here is doing is theoretical only, like most of the other shite you spew.
You do not need to live somewhere to have an educated view on how the economy faring there.

That is a ridiculous statement.
 
Don Chump's grasp on vocabulary appears to be somewhat limited - perhaps he really is suffering from Doo-Lally-Tap and it is only a matter of time before he is gurneyed away to a government Funny Farm.
 
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It means your knowledge about how the economy here is doing is theoretical only, like most of the other shite you spew.
Or possibly that he understands the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics as well as which one has the greater long term effect on the other.
 
Remember this headline posted less than 4 hours ago:

MAR-A-LAGO: TRUMP HEADS TO 'SOUTHERN WHITE HOUSE' TO DO 'A LOT OF WORK' AS PRESIDENTIAL PUBLIC SCHEDULE REMAINS BLANK.

Well this is from 27 minutes ago.

Trump kicks off Thanksgiving break golfing with Nicklaus.

Normally I wouldn't give a toss if it wasn't for the tweets the twitter twat put out complaining about Obama golfing, and saying that "He (the chump) would be too BUSY to play golf".
 

Goatman

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So how is the economy fairing here on Main street?
Heck son, gimme a second on that....well, let's see...uh...


Employment
Wyoming experienced an increase of 1.4 percent (or 4,000 jobs) in total employment in the second quarter compared to one year earlier, the largest year-over-year growth since the fourth quarter of 2014. The state’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in the quarter to 3.7 percent, marginally lower than the U.S. level of 3.9 percent. Nearly all private industrial sectors experienced job increases. As supply and demand rebalancing continues, energy prices have rebounded significantly from early 2016, and have been fluctuating in a much narrower range. Oil prices, in particular, have reached the highest level since the fourth quarter of 2014. The state’s mineral extraction industry increased drilling activities, adding 1,530 jobs or 7.9 percent from last year. Employment in wholesale trade and transportation & utilities grew about 4.6 percent. The retail trade industry continued to lose jobs, at - 1.1 percent. The government sector, which includes both public education and hospitals, suffered a decrease of 1,170 payroll jobs or 1.6 percent in the second quarter of 2018.

Personal Income and Earnings
Wyoming’s total personal income grew 4.3 percent in the second quarter of 2018 from the previous year, faster than the previous quarter. U.S. personal income increased 4.6 percent during the same period. Personal income is the income received by all residents from all sources. It is the sum of wage & salary and proprietors’ earnings; property income (dividends, interest, and rent); and personal transfer receipts, such as Social Security Income, Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Total earnings in the state grew 3.7 percent annually in the quarter, while property income increased 5.3 percent. The earnings for most industries experienced increases from a year ago. The mining industry showed the largest growth of 12.7 percent, and contributed nearly 39.0 percent of the total earnings increase in the state. However, earnings from the utilities, information, and government sectors declined from the second quarter of 2017.

Housing

The statewide home price increased 3.7 percent in the second quarter of 2018 from one year ago, slightly faster than the pace for the previous quarter, while the national average price appreciated 6.5 percent during the same period. In Wyoming, single-family building permits for new privately-owned residential construction in the second quarter of 2018 were 2.3 percent lower than the previous year level. Both mortgage delinquency rate and foreclosure rate in June were lower than last year, according to CoreLogic. The U.S. housing market continues to face tight supply, rising prices, and reduced affordability, which have likely hurt existing-home sales. The persistent shortage of skilled and specialty construction labor has prevented new-home building from meeting the increasing demand. However, the increase in mortgage rates and reduced federal tax deductibility of homeownership over the next two years are putting downward pressure on home price gains. Indeed, the housing market is leveling out, and home prices are rising at a slower rate than they were earlier this year.


[ okay,that's enough tedious mongness. Ed ]


just my two pennyworth....this here Interweb shure is a wunnerful thang aint it ?
 
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It means your knowledge about how the economy here is doing is theoretical only, like most of the other shite you spew.
Reductio ad absurdum
 
Meanwhile fcuk Wyoming and "it's all about me money & guns Jonesy" let's get back to Mr Modest:

Trump Really, Really Wants to Be 'TIME' Person of the Year "I can't imagine anybody else other than Trump. Can you imagine anybody else other than Trump?" Says TRUMP himself.

This week, the magazine launched its annual poll to give readers a chance to vote on who should take home the title before TIME editors announce their official pick next month. The choices include everyone from the Thai Cave Divers to Christine Blasey Ford to BTS, which is apparently a band or something.

"It's up to TIME Magazine," Trump said after a reporter asked him who he thinks the Person of the Year should be. "I can't imagine anybody else other than Trump. Can you imagine anybody else other than Trump?"

For what it's worth, Trump doesn't seem to be blessed with a particularly deep or rich imagination, so maybe he means exactly what he says here—as in he literally just can't think of any other candidates. You could also generously read that quote as a joke, but this is coming from the same guy who apparently thinks his presidency thus far has been "A-plus," so, you know, he's probably not kidding.
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I cannot imagine many people that would say this and NOT be joking, but no, the orange faced man is so far up his own ass that he actually speaks from his puckered rectum !!
 
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Meanwhile fcuk Wyoming and "it's all about me money & guns Jonesy" let's get back to Mr Modest:

Trump Really, Really Wants to Be 'TIME' Person of the Year "I can't imagine anybody else other than Trump. Can you imagine anybody else other than Trump?" Says TRUMP himself.

This week, the magazine launched its annual poll to give readers a chance to vote on who should take home the title before TIME editors announce their official pick next month. The choices include everyone from the Thai Cave Divers to Christine Blasey Ford to BTS, which is apparently a band or something.

"It's up to TIME Magazine," Trump said after a reporter asked him who he thinks the Person of the Year should be. "I can't imagine anybody else other than Trump. Can you imagine anybody else other than Trump?"

For what it's worth, Trump doesn't seem to be blessed with a particularly deep or rich imagination, so maybe he means exactly what he says here—as in he literally just can't think of any other candidates. You could also generously read that quote as a joke, but this is coming from the same guy who apparently thinks his presidency thus far has been "A-plus," so, you know, he's probably not kidding.
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I cannot imagine many people that would say this and NOT be joking, but no, the orange faced man is so far up his own ass that he actually speaks from his puckered rectum !!
Thing is, his fan base will vote him into top slot.
 
Thing is, his fan base will vote him into top slot.
Well Time can always do some voting fraud and not pick the orange one.

That's what he'll claim has happened if he doesn't win it anyway, so they might as well just announce someone else.

Question is, who can they say has won to really piss him off.

There can be only one.









McCain.

:twisted:
 
Mr Sensitive & the Worlds biggest Twitter Twat sends yet another thoughtless tweet,

House Speaker, Nabih Berri, on Wednesday received a congratulatory cable from U.S. President Donald Trump, expressing warmest wishes for Lebanon and the Lebanese people on the 75th anniversary of Lebanon's Independence Day.

Trying to force Lebanon into signing "The deal of the Century" which is heavily biased to what Israel wants the Trump administration to do:

2017
February 16: Trump drops the long-standing US commitment to a two-state solution, says he would back a single-state solution after meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

December 6: Trump announces a controversial decision to relocate US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, formally recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital, breaking with decades of US policy.

2018
US government cuts more than half its planned funding ($65m out of a $125m aid package) to UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees that caters to more than five million registered refugees.

May 14: US embassy officially opens in Jerusalem on the same day Palestinians commemorate 70 years since the Nakba or "Catastrophe", the ethnic cleansing of Palestinian cities and towns by Zionist paramilitaries in 1948 - also the eve of when the state of Israel was established.

August 25: Trump cuts $200m economic aid to the Palestinians after it had planned to provide $251m for good governance, health, education and funding for civil society in the current 2018 budget.

September 9: Trump slashes one of its last remaining aid programmes ($25m in financial assistance) to a network of six hospitals in occupied East Jerusalem.

September 10: Trump closes the PLO mission to Washington, DC, over Palestinian Authority's refusal to enter into US-led talks with Israel.

September 17: Trump revokes visas for the PLO envoy and his family in Washington, DC, causing them to leave the country.

September 17: Trump cuts $10m in aid for programmes on conflict resolution, designed to bring reconciliation for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, as well as between Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel.
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Believe it or not despite Donny Douchebags retribution pogrom or J, Kushners extraordinary & well known diplomatic skills things are NOT going according to plan:

According to reports, the deal prohibits the return of more than five million Palestinian refugees and removes the status of Jerusalem from negotiations.

Mouin Rabbani, a resident senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies in Washington, DC, told Al Jazeera the Trump administration has largely been guided by Israel with regards to the Palestine question.

"The measures adopted by the United States with respect towards the Palestinians during the past year have several sources: exceptional ignorance, ideological zealotry, internalisation of guidance from Israeli counterparts as sound policy for the United States, keeping funders and supporters onside, and not least the arrogance of power," he said.

While Rabbani noted that the US decision to terminate funding of UNRWA is couched in "political retribution" against the Palestinian leadership's refusal to comply with Trump's embrace of the Israeli agenda, getting rid of the UN refugee agency will not be successful.

"Washington's stated objectives of compelling the United Nations to redefine Palestinian refugees so that their status is collectively transformed to non-refugees, and to eliminate UNRWA altogether will however fail, because there is insufficient support for these objectives, even among its closest international and regional allies," he said.
 

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