This billionaire who grew up rich, knows nothing but being rich, definitely has my lower-middle class interests and struggles in mind. I'm definitely voting for him. Maybe one day I can be part of the 1% like him!
>he has more money than me and therefore he doesn't care about me
He's losing tens of millions of dollars to run for president and help this country. He's helping the country right now by exposing corrupt politicians. Just give up and jump on the Trump Train. The man is UNSTUMPABLE and you know it.
NO ONE gives a fuck about you! Not one single politician cares about anything other than themselves! Get the fuck over it. Trump will make America great again so you have the opportunity to get off your lazy fucking ass and become successful. But no, you don't want that. You want to remain being a lazy fucking loser that gets handouts from people like Bernie!
>He's losing tens of millions of dollars to run for president and help this country.
Actually he's loaned that money to himself on Dec 16. Interest free of course, from Corporation to Individual, so he could get it all back.
With the added bonus of free media marketing for his "brand".
no, he doesn't care about the little guy because he has shown that and his policies show that.
but the little guy is too retarded to realize it leaves him out in the cold. the little guy believes the lies and is happy about no muslim.
>why doesn't everyone want muslims?
Yup every person who has ever needed any aid from the government is a lazy, jobless con artist. Fuck the disabled, fuck the elderly. And most importantly fuck people born in a place with poor career and job opportunities. Just try having money, that's the best way to not be poor
"the little guy" are you talking about Marco Rubio?
>by exposing corrupt politicians
oh yeah, he's doing a great job of that.
Hurr I'm self funded can't be bought durr
>have you seen the "DONATE" button on Trump's website?
Here's Trump steaks
>not Trump's steaks. The asterick is "from my resort therefore Trump steak" never mind we were talking about the failed business
Hurr Brietbart reporter was NEVER grabbed and pushed by my campaign manager durr
>pics proving it, witnesses proving it, and it's breitbart for fucks sake. they LIKE Trump. a lot. it's about the best treatment he gets anywhere
etc etc etc
Trump lies blatantly when it's super simple to prove him wrong, keeps doing it again and again, doubles down on it, and you fuckers think it's just peach keen.
The point of Trump's campaign is not to further lower-middle class interests or ameliorate their struggles. It's about recognizing that America's accumulated capital has been spread out all over the world since the adoption of imperialism in the late18th/early 19th centuries and doing something to bring it back to within our borders. The 1890s were rekt by a depression and the wealthy business owners/corporations of the time were too stuck on the idea of the supply curve to understand that their consolidation of markets had eliminated small producers from society and instead turned them into wage cucks- people who demand much more than they supply. Imperialism was a supply-side safety valve allowing for those who had accumulated massive amounts of investment capital to invest it into new markets (undeveloped countries) where they would have a greater chance at making a profit on their capital than they had in the US. He wants to bring this capital back into our economy because we have distributed it so broadly around the globe that WE ARE NOT MAKING ANY MONEY ANYMORE.
>Judging from your post, Trump must love you a fuckton...
Trump probably does love me. I'm 1% /b/itches.
But I am NOT a Trump guy. Period.
But his tax reforms are good for the middle class, unlike Bernie who will just raise taxes on everyone.
Trump doesn't even have taxes for the lowest bracket.
His taxation plan favors the poor and middle class.
ITT: liberals getting scared that their safe spaces are going bye bye
Who doesn't want to stay in a war torn country with no infrastructure or hopes for a job. People are forced into service for the corrupt Syrian regime to fight their own countrymen. People dying every day, who wouldn't want to raise a child there?
>right now by exposing corrupt politicians.
I'm self funded. I can't be bought.
>Don't forget to donate to me today
pic related, straight from HIS campaign website.
jeezus, Hillary, have you not realized that 4chan is not dumb and we know your paid shills are posting these lies daily
just as it backfired against you 4 years ago when you last invaded our boards, we will again find a way to make you lose for your ongoing attempts to infect us with your lies and propaganda
4chan will not be manipulated no matter how many lies you post
all you are doing is alienating the poor moron who is too dumb to look up any of the misinformation you intentionally post
we are all voting for Bernie or Donald
this has been surveyed repeatedly for months now
until you came here 2 weeks ago, literally not even 5% of posts were pro-Hillary (i.e., anti-Trump as you seem to think Trump will destroy you in a general election as all the serious pundits have said you are afraid of him alone)
btw, since you fucked over Bernie and rigged the democratic primaries, we will cast our vote to Trump just to fuck you, if not because he at least is the only other candidate who is not backed by Wall Street and China
>represents corporate capitalists
>Bernie is the doctor saying "hey fat ass, stop eating so much, we got people in the streets starving because of your consumption habits"
>Landwhale "But muh hunger!
True for starting various business ventures. But if your father can loan you a million dollars, you were raised in a family thats doing well, certainly better than most Americans
Oh so you know every action that he has taken in life? You know exactly what this man thinks and his reasoning behind every thing he does? You have the ability to read minds?
I'm not a Trump supporter; but seriously listen to how fucking dumb you are being.
are you implying that 7$ donations from private citizens is corruption? get the fuck out cuck
Same here. 1%r's aren't voting for Trump.
People making money right now are not voting for anything unexpected that can fuck up their shit.
The wealthy vote for the status quo, sometimes that's Democrat, sometimes that's Republican. If Trump gets the nomination then the status quo becomes Hillary. Not that it matters because the 1% also make up only 1% of the vote.
>grew up rich
>knows nothing about being rich
He's a self-made man op, he's created numerous successful companies and has published a very successful book on how he did it.. and he's winning the presidential race hands down.
You can't stump the trump cuck jew nigger faggot.
>>implying private donations are the same as PACs
TRUMP is soliciting direct donations to his campaign right on his own campaign website.
pic related, faggot
Right every refugee is a criminal. I forgot that people with accents and darker skin are criminals. It's not like the majority are trying to escape hardship and start a life somewhere. Helping those in need is bad
He's worth billions of dollars, he doesn't need anymore money he can safely retire.
Yet he's taking all the extra stress running for president while he's being slandered every day. He wasted millions of his dollars for the campaign and he's losing business. This is costing him way more money than funding his campaign, it's costing him business.
It's obvious he's not running for president, for the money.
Shut up faggot. The PC shit needs to end...this guy is bold enough to end it. All the reason we need to vote for him. Now kill yourself you fucking imbecile.
>this is b8, don't even respond. the "grabbed and pushed" story was already disproved by many people
wrong faggot. It's been proved by pictures.
This is the shit that Trump and his campaign keep doing - blatant lies easily disproved.
By the way faggot, we're talking brietbart. This isn't Huffington Post or MSNBC.
Breitfuckingbart supports Trump. They have no reason to lie.
Trump knows you morons who can't think will believe literally everything he says, even if it can be obviously proved false.
You stupid faggot.
maybe being born in a lower middle class was not an option but moving upwards or downwards from there is for most people.
The reason the 1% is just 1% is because there are only so few people who can handle life and reality at that scale.
You can barely handle "saying no" to a cupcake once a year you fat faggot, while he is "fighting" to become a president.
Maybe he shouldn't care about middle or lower class. Maybe he is the embodiment of punishment for those who feel entitled right out of the womb.
And yes there are accidents, there is a factor (in life) named luck, and there are truly "victims of birth" walking the earth right now. The opportunity of creating this thread alone, comes with so many things that just had to go "right" for you, so suck it up. You are just spoiled.
if we as humans destroyed the earth by fighting each other and blowing the planet up, depleted it off it resources and allowed corruption and chaos to rule to the point in which earth was uninhabitable, Would it be fair for us to go to a neighboring planet if that planet was ruled by aliens? do you think the aliens would just be like "hey come on in! it's not like you have a history of fucking everything up or anything!"
I feel sorry for them but let Darwinism take it's course. If you don't you will only be an enabler and take the rest of us with them.
This will draw out those "small homogenous population" arguments with no basis.
that's what bad ideas tend to do,
a guy comes along with horrible ideas, dumb people back him up, and shit get's real horrible real quick.
good things come long and hard,
terrible things come very quickly.
The story was disproved on BREITBART you fucking annoying cuck. The woman who claimed she was assaulted has a history of lying and making up stuff for attention. She claimed Allan West sexually molested her and later that was proven to be a lie. Watch this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B6K7iiV_zk
Biggest advances to humanity usually come from people who care about the money.
Nothing good ever comes out of pure humanitarian charity other than the brief moment of self-adoration.
holy fuck feminism BTFO
>saved as feminantsis.jpg
Trump winning a nomination or being president would really be interesting.
It would basically be the cherry on the top of the this reality TV, social media and twitter era we are in right now. American's are dumber than ever and this is I guess the culmination of that.
Do you really think FOX viewers care about truth or reality?
I take it its a really big intellectual task for you to get around the idea that the people trying to be refugees, are running away from the place which has been fucked up by *other people*?
Sort of like, if a crazy fucktard starts shooting up the mall you're in, and you run out the exit, how would you feel if the police gunned you down as you got out, saying "he was in the mall, so he must be a shooter too!"?
does that sound fucking retarded to you? Yes? Well, what you're saying about refugees is exactly the same level of stupidity.
>implying Trump can beat Hillary in a general election
>implying Hillary doesn't have the minority vote in the swing states already by 85%
>implying swing states aren't determined by a margin of 1%-2%
>implying she wont get every swing state electorate BECAUSE of mexicans
>implying the minority vote hasn't increased dramatically since 2012
>implying there aren't over one million of brand-new minority votes coming in as we speak
>implying minorities aren't naturalizing RIGHT NOW for the sole purpose of voting against Trump in November
Enjoy your 8 month pipe dream.
I think he's running because, as an astute business man and even better master of human manipulation, he realizes that the Republican party in this country is in shambles. If you were in Trump's position, having rubbed elbows with the upper crust of society for DECADES, it seems that running for president would be more of a "why the fuck not?" sort of venture. He's been talking about it since 1988. Imagine the developments in politics that he has either been party or witness to. The bottom line is that this country is an economic enterprise and it always was (a colony). Trump can see the degree to which private interest has bent the government and he is capitalizing on it.
>Oy vey, Republicans are racist and don't care about poor goyim like you, vote for me and I'll give you free stuff you don't even have to work
>TL;DR implying the white man's country still exists,
look, i know it sucks that there are no "white countries" but in WW2 we decided one and for all that wasn't going to happen.
you hitler faggots need to get used to it.
That's what I've been saying this entire election. It was the same deal with Romney. Some rich fuck who's never even been close to poverty is getting up here and acting like he cares about the lower class. He doesn't.
Fidel Castro endorsed Bernie Sanders and mainstream media ignored it. Google it.
>b-but he's anti-establishment and corporations
Looks like establishment corporate media is protecting him
>implying Trump can beat Hillary in a general election
Donna Brazile (longtime Dem head) stated on this past Sunday's talking head show that one of Hillary's top campaign managers said she believes the polls that show Trump would beat her in a head-to-head race are accurate, and that she is "afraid" of having to run against Trump because of this
Moreover, literally every single poll of registered voters shows Trump has more total votes than Hillary (not in primary, but if you count ALL registered voters and don't split the vote).
Hillary, you seem really desperate now. Why u post complete bullshit? Desperate?
>implying Trump won't actually be taking a step down in power by becoming Prez
>implying he doesn't have COMPLETE and utter control and full decision-making power over his 500+ businesses right now
>implying that Congress (Wall Street) doesn't block everything and render a Prez's ability to do pretty much anything useful isn't how the system actually works
>implying Trump won't be taking a massive pay cut to be Prez
>implying Trump is not the only candidate who is doing it for the American people AND taking a step down in power and money to do it
>implying Trump and Bernie aren't the only ones doing this for the American people and aren't Wall Street puppets
IT IS STARTING!
>Man getting mugged
>The don sees it
>Asks his driver to pull over
>Gets out with gun
>Tells mugger to make America great again by gtfo
>Because he felt it was the right thing to do
>Limo has a tire blown out
>Couple stops and helps him and driver put new tire on
>The don is grateful, so he pays off the couples mortgage
Not as big as those, but
>Miss universe has drug problem
>Rules say she should be stripped of her title
>Don likes second chances
>Helps her go to rehab and allows her to keep her title if she makes it through and gets clean
I'm not saying he's some champion of the middle class, but his tax plans and outsourcing tariffs will improve the economy and bring jobs back home. A strong and financially secure America is great for everyone.
you lefties and your straw man arguments. tisk tisk.
i never said that the people who are fleeing the country aren't innocent. yet thats the argument you choose to reply to for some reason.
Your analogy of a shooter in a mall was a decent one but it lacked some similarities wit the present situation.
We are not actively killing people fleeing from the situation like the you so eloquently decided to have the police do (us) in your analogy.
The random shooter in the mall doesn't quite represent the way they persecute people in the middle east as their persecution is based on religious belief not random acts of cruelty...
How do you presume these people who are raised and conditioned in such a culture will act when brought out of it?
you argument was not only bad it wasn't even on topic.
My point is not that we should kill them all it is simply to let them handle the situation on their own and not become involved in it.
History has been shown to tend to work these things out by themselves for the better.
Yes people will die, yes people will suffer but does that mean that we should die and suffer with them?
so let me present you with an analogy now.
I want no part in refugees coming to my country in the same way some of them want nothing to do with the war in their country. Does that mean that you should force them upon me in the same way war was forced upon them?
I disagree with you and think your bleeding heart will run out of enough blood for both you and me.
Trump actually believes he can create tariffs on China.
And people actually believe him.
The U.S. Constitution (Article I, Section 8) gives Congress the sole authority to impose tariffs.
This is your first election, isn't it? Newsflash: In the general election, states are winner take all and southern states have been red FOREVER. There's only a few states that actually matter and those aren't them.
How many economists have endorsed any part of Trump's plan? That's right 0
dude, he posted OKLAHOMA, that's not exactly EVER been a swing state.
Your post is retarded and you should feel bad.
"QE" is t he process of the government printing money to BUY BACK EXISTING DEBT.
I agree with you that that power is vested in the Congress. However, your premise is wrong:
Even your own utra-lib CNBC has stated today, "Trump may be proven right on China tarrifs"
Oh, and fyi, China has been doing this to the U.S. for decades now, and guess what, it all started when Bill Clinton took all that money from China for his campaign (they bought him) and he in turn looked the other way on China stealing pretty much everything.from the American dream.
Gather 'round faggots!
TODAYS OXYMORON IS:
>I don't have a valid response to that
Yeah, 170 economists endorse Bernie's plan to break up big banks and reintroduce Glass-Steagall. 0 economists endorse Trump in any way shape or form. The experts are not on your side.
None of those are any excuse really. There's always options. I've send disabled and elderly busting their balls to make money. Even when they didn't need it and we're well off without working. Their reasoning is they didn't want to sit home being a lazy fuck when they are still capable of doing shit. Even my grandfather 80s, bad knees and back and he still works around the house and gathers wood for his already over stocked log cabin.
Tl;dr - your excuses, like everyone else's, are shit.
you guys are right, he is a bad choice, hilary is a bad choice,
but trump is just about the worst choice i have ever seen in american politics
we pick our poison here, but for godsakes, anything but a racist madman.
>This billionaire who grew up rich, knows nothing but being rich, definitely has my upper class interests and struggles in mind. I'm definitely voting for him. Maybe one day I can be part of the 1% like him!
your opinion was very close to my own
had to fix it slightly though
at least Trump has the balls to take on China
he's also not on the "take" from China
you got a better plan of real substance, or have a candidate with one, i'm all ears
fact: nobody doing shit about the big problems because lack of balls and the political fallout so they are self-paralyzed
endorsed by a black man and his children are married to jews
Triggering faggots left and right!
>went bankrupt 4 times
He aslo gave a class on business or some shit and it turned out to be complete crap and people are now suing him for money back
jeez, Hillary's shills have turned their attacks on this board back to Bernie and away from Trump since Bernie kicked her ass Tuesday
how transparent these paid Hillary shills are here
how offensive to 4chan
/b will take it's revenge
Yeah, not an endorsement.
said Gordon Chang, author of "The Coming Collapse of China." Who didn't go into the legality of such a claim, simply it's potential effects if it were to happen - WHICH IT WOULDN'T BECAUSE HE LEGALLY CAN'T DO IT.
Now tell me, what part of
>The U.S. Constitution (Article I, Section 8) gives Congress the sole authority to impose tariffs.
did you not understand?
Paul Krugman slams Bernie Sanders for being as big of a demagogue as Donald Trump
Did you actually read it? Because I did, and he didn't endorse him.
Again, I’m not making a case for Mr. Drumpf. There are lots of other politicians out there who also refuse to buy into right-wing economic nonsense, but who do so without proposing to scour the countryside in search of immigrants to deport, or to rip up our international economic agreements and start a trade war. The point, however, is that none of these reasonable politicians is seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
ECONOMISTS AND FINANCIAL EXPERTS IN FAVOR OF SEN. SANDERS’
WALL ST. REFORMS
In our view, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ plan for comprehensive financial reform is critical
for avoiding another “too-big-to-fail” financial crisis. The Senator is correct that the
biggest banks must be broken up and that a new 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act,
separating investment from commercial banking, must be enacted.
Wall Street’s largest banks are now far bigger than they were before the crisis, and
they still have every incentive to take excessive risks. No major Wall Street
executive has been indicted for the fraudulent behavior that led up to the 2008
crash, and fines imposed on the banks have been only a fraction of the banks’
potential gains. In addition, the banks and their lobbyists have succeeded in
watering down the Dodd-Frank reform legislation, and the financial institutions that
pose the greatest risk to our economy have still not devised sufficient “living wills”
for winding down their operations in the event of another crisis.
Secretary Hillary Clinton’s more modest proposals do not go far enough. They call
for a bit more oversight and a few new charges on shadow banking activity, but they
leave intact the titanic financial conglomerates that practice most shadow banking.
As a result, her plan does not adequately reduce the serious risks our financial
system poses to the American economy and to individual Americans. Given the size
and political power of Wall Street, her proposals would only invite more dilution
The only way to contain Wall Street’s excesses is with reforms sufficiently bold and
public they can’t be watered down. That’s why we support Senator Sanders’s plans
for busting up the biggest banks and resurrecting a modernized version of GlassSteagall.
sorry you can't read bro
not "OKLAHOMA" only
it's "Voters in AL, AR, GA, MA, OK, TX, TN, VT & VA"
Fact: Voter turnout for those voting Republicans is substantially greater than those voting Democrat in 2016 as compared to 2008
any moron who believes Trump would not crush Hillary in a general election given this (and the fact that Trump's vote is split multiple ways on top of it with a larger Republican field) needs to lrn2math
Signers (Institutional listing for identification purposes only):
1. Robert Reich, University of California Berkeley
2. Robert Hockett, Cornell University
3. James K. Galbraith, University of Texas
4. Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research
5. Christine Desan, Harvard Law School
6. Jeff Connaughton, Former Chief of Staff, Senator Ted Kaufman
7. William Darity Jr., Duke University
8. Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research
9. Brad Miller, Former U.S. Congressman and Senior Fellow, Roosevelt
10. William K. Black, University of Missouri-Kansas City
11. Lawrence Rufrano, Research, Federal Reserve Board, 2005-2015
12. Darrick Hamilton, New School for Social Research
13. Peter Eaton, University of Missouri-Kansas City
14. Eric Hake, Catawba College
15. Geoff Schneider, Bucknell University
16. Dell Champlin, Oregon State University
17. Antoine Godin, Kingston University, London, UK
18. John P. Watkins, Westminster College
19. Mayo C. Toruño, California State University, San Bernardino
20. Charles K. Wilber, Fellow, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace
Studies, University of Notre Dame
21. Fadhel Kaboub, Denison University
22. Flavia Dantas, Cortland State University
23. Mitchell Green, Binzgar Institute
24. Bruce Collier, Education Management Information Systems
25. Winston H. Griffith, Bucknell University
26. Zdravka Todorova, Wright State University
27. David Barkin, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco
28. Rick Wicks, Göteborg, Sverige (Sweden) & Anchorage, Alaska
29. Philip Arestis, University of Cambridge
30. Amitava Krishna Dutt, University of Notre Dame
31. John F. Henry, Levy Economics Institute
32. James G. Devine, Loyola Marymount University
33. John Davis, Marquette University
34. Gary Mongiovi, St. John’s University
35. Eric Tymoigne, Lewis & Clark College
36. Trevor Roycroft, Ohio University
37. James Sturgeon, University of Missouri-Kansas City
38. Spencer J. Pack, Connecticut College
39. Thomas Kemp, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
40. Ronnie Phillips, Colorado State University
41. John Dennis Chasse, SUNY at Brockport
42. Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Bard College
43. Silvio Guaita, Institution, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
44. Glen Atkinson, University of Nevada, Reno
45. William Van Lear, Belmont Abbey College
46. James M. Cypher, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas
47. Philip Pilkington, Political Economy Research Group, Kingston University
48. Eric Hoyt, PhD candidate, UMass-Amherst
49. Jon D. Wisman, American University
50. James K. Boyce, University of Massachusetts Amherst
51. Hendrik Van den Berg, Professor Emeritus, Universities of Nebraska
52. Thomas E. Lambert, Northern Kentucky University
53. Michael Nuwer, SUNY Potsdam
54. Nikka Lemons, The University of Texas-Arlington
55. Scott T. Fullwiler, Wartburg College
56. Charles M A. Clark, St. John's University
57. John T. Harvey, Texas Christian University
58. Daphne Greenwood, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
59. Gerald Epstein, University of Massachusetts Amherst
60. Mohammad Moeini-Feizabadi, PhD candidate, University of Massachusetts
61. Rebecca Todd Peters, Elon University
62. Andres F. Cantillo, University of Missouri-Kansas City
63. Michael Meeropol, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Western New England
64. Robert H. Scott III, Monmouth University
65. Timothy A Wunder, Department of Economics University of TexasArlington
66. Mariano Torras, Adelphi University
67. Gennaro Zezza, Levy Economics Institute
68. Wolfram Elsner, University of Bremen
69. Larry Allen, Lamar University
70. John Miller, Wheaton College
71. Chris Tilly, UCLA
72. Sean Flaherty, Franklin and Marshall College
73. Clifford Poirot, Shawnee State University
74. Anita Dancs, Western New England University
75. Calvin Mudzingiri, University of the Free State
76. Roger Even Bove, West Chester University
77. Andrea Armeni, Transform Finance
78. Anwar Shaikh, New School for Social Research
79. Steven Pressman, Colorado State University
80. Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland, Carey School of Law
81. John Weeks, SOAS, University of London
82. Matías Vernengo, Bucknell University
83. Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute
84. Antonio Callari, Franklin and Marshall College
85. Avraham Baranes, Rollins College
86. Janet Spitz, the College of Saint Rose
87. Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts Amherst
88. Jennifer Taub, Vermont Law School
89. Irene van Staveren, Erasmus University
90. Yavuz Yaşar, University of Denver
91. Scott McConnell, Eastern Oregon University
92. Don Goldstein, Allegheny College
93. J. Pérez Oya, Retired UN secretariat (Spain)
94. Elaine McCrate, University of Vermont
95. Thomas E. Weisskopf, University of Michigan
96. Jeffrey Zink, Morningside College
97. Scott Jeffrey, Monmouth University
98. Lourdes Benería, Cornell University
99. Frank Thompson, University of Michigan
100. Baban Hasnat, The College at Brockport, State University of New York
101. Ilene Grabel, University of Denver
102. Tara Natarajan, Saint Michael's College
103. Leanne Ussher, Queens College, City University of New York
104. Kathleen McAfee, San Francisco State University
105. Victoria Chick, University College London
106. Steve Keen, Kingston University
107. Heidi Mandanis Schooner, The Catholic University of America
108. Louis-Philippe Rochon, Laurentian University
109. Jamee K. Moudud, Professor of Economics, Sarah Lawrence College
110. Timothy A. Canova, Shepard Broad College of Law, Nova Southeastern
111. Karol Gil Vasquez, Nichols College
112. Mark Haggerty, University of Maine
113. Luis Brunstein University of California, Riverside
114. Cathleen Whiting, Willamette University
115. William Waller, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
116. Kade Finnoff, University of Massachuettes-Boston
117. Maarten de Kadt, Independent Economist
118. Timothy Koechlin, Vassar College
119. Ceren Soylu, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
120. Dorene Isenberg, University of Redlands
121. Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
122. Matthew Rice, University of Missouri-Kansas City
123. David Gold, The New School for Social Research
124. Cyrus Bina, University of Minnesota
125. Mark Paul, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
126. Xuan Pham, Rockhurst University
127. Erik Dean, Portland Community College
128. Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., George Washington University Law School
129. Rohan Grey, President, Modern Money Network
130. Tamar Diana Wilson, University of Missouri—St. Louis
131. Radhika Balakrishanan, Rutgers University
132. Alla Semenova, SUNY Potsdam
133. Yeva Nersisyan, Franklin and Marshall College
134. Linwood Tauheed, University of Missouri-Kansas City
135. Michael Perelman, California State University, Chico
136. Janet T. Knoedler, Bucknell University
137. David Laibman, Brooklyn College and Graduate School, City University of
138. Ann Pettifor, Director, Policy Research in Macroeconomics, London
139. Steve Schifferes, City University London
140. Al Campbell, University of Utah
141. Faith Stevelman, New York Law School
142. Kathleen C. Engel, Suffolk University Law School
143. Jack Wendland, University of Missouri-Kansas City
144. Ruxandra Pavelchievici, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
145. Zoe Sherman, Merrimack College
146. Donald St. Clair, CFP, Financial Planning Assoc. of Northern California
147. Carolyn McClanahan, CFP, Life Planning Partners, Inc.
148. Thomas Ferguson, Senior Fellow, Roosevelt Institute
149. Saule T. Omarova, Cornell University
150. Josh Ryan-Collins, City University, London
151. June Zaccone, Hofstra University
152. Alex Binder, Franklin & Marshall College
153. Albena Azmanova, University of Kent, Brussels School of International
154. Hans G. Ehrbar, University of Utah
155. Devin T. Rafferty, St. Peter’s University
156. Reynold F. Nesiba, Augustana University
157. David Zalewski, Providence College
158. Claudia Chaufan, University of California-San Francisco
159. L. Randall Wray, Levy Economics Institute and Bard College
160. Richard B. Wagner, JD, CFP, WorthLiving LLC
161. Joseph Persky, University of Illinois-Chicago
162. Julie Matthaei, Wellesley College
163. Peter Spiegler, University of Massachuetts-Amherst
164. James Ronald Stanfield, Colorado State University
165. William D. Pitney, CFP, Director of Advocacy, FPA of Silicon Valley
166. Ora R. Citron, CFP, Oak Tree Wealth Management
167. Susan Webber, Former Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co.
168. Richard D. Wolff, Democracy at Work and New School for Social Research
169. Mu-JeongKho, University College London
170. Kevin Furey, Chemeketa Community College
>I'm mad because I think my opinion matters about who wins, that I didn't get money like he did, am shit poor and a faggot who posts on 4chan.
so actually enforcing existing law and deporting illegal aliens (a diverse group and whomever they may be) equates to "racism" now?
you are just clueless and brainwashed
please tell us how you would fix the massive illegal alien problem and their drain on the U.S. economy problem?
why not start with existing laws actually being enforced
guess what, i'm white, and i know exactly what your gonna say
>your white and don't support trump, obviously your a cuck!
i hate cucks as much as the next guy, but this isn't a white man's country, we have to work together with people who are different then us to make a better world
not round them up with a "deportation force" and put them in "fun camps"
we either move forward and fight the pussy social justice warriors.
or backward and fight racist mad men.
Did you think this would change my mind?
Him not being a sociopath CEO or shylock lawyer are more reasons to vote for him.
did anyone else watch the debate last night? it's fucking painful to listen to trump speak. his entire campaign, everything about him is supposed to appeal to the lowest common denominator. if anything he does appeals to you, that means you are autistic, no questions.
He attended John Jay High School in Cross River, New York. He attended Dartmouth College, graduating with an A.B. summa cum laude in 1968 and winning a Rhodes Scholarship to study Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Oxford
Yeah, not an economist. In fact he's so bad at it that he teaches it at Berkeley
On January 1, 2006 Reich joined the faculty of UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy. Since then, he has taught a popular course called Wealth and Poverty, which he developed during his tenure at Brandeis. In addition to his professorship, Reich is also a Member of the Board of Trustees for the Blum Center for Developing Economies at the University of California, Berkeley. The Center is focused on finding solutions to address the crisis of extreme poverty and disease in the developing world.[
I give up.
You are clearly ignorant, blind, intellectually challenged, or a combination of the above.
Keep moving the ball when you are proven wrong and changing the issue. Apparently you believe the more you post, the more you are right. You have samefagged all over this thread and only shown you are pathetic. Go get a job or get back to work.
ACTUAL RECENT QUOTE FROM DONALD TRUMP FOUND ON CNN:
"i like to dress up as wolvy (my 3rd fav x man)
not everybody thinks that its cool, but i finally met a girl who thinks im a 10/10 would bang like bam in my wolverine suit.
she'd come over sometimes while her boyfriend was away after school.
once the door would close she'd almost instantly get naked. most times she'd put on her favorite song and start sucking. then she would cry. her tears and makeup would drip down her face onto my dick. its surprising how cold tears are. eventually i finally asked her what was wrong. in between licks she told me that her favorite song was also her bfs favorite song. so even though she loved hearing it and it totally got her pussy wet, it also made her think about the fact that she was cheating on her boyfriend. i dont think i ever came harder down somebodies throat then right after she told me that. she was beautiful. we dont hang out anymore. wanna get lunch?
this was the song:
>massive illegal immigration problem
>net zero immigration from mexico
>without labor from illegal immigrants we would have no food
look we all know you just hate coloreds you're not fooling anyone
>I'm angry that my application to community college was rejected because I filled it out in crayon
i think he knows what he talking about more then you bro,
if your losing an argument, face it like a man, don't tell the other guy to "go away" cause you can't handle being wrong.
The establishment owns both parties.
The establishment knows that the american people will lose most of their living standard and wealth because of establishment politics.
The establishment need a new voter base that will accept the new lower standard of living because they come from broken countries.
Enter illegal immigration and two frontrunner candidates with hispanic background to pander to the new piss poor voter base.
Sorry, but you actually sound semi-intelligent (though not even close to me), yet you seem to want to vote for Hillary.
What am I to conclude.
No one of any real intelligence should be pro-Hillary. Why not just cast your vote for Wall Street.
Open your eyes, anon.
Stop drinking the koolaid.
I would remind you that only ONE of those states matter at all, Virginia, the other states are always red in every election.
For your edification:
There are nine swing states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin. Those states total 110 electoral votes, roughly 40 percent of the 270 votes needed to win. Whoever wins the swing states wins the Presidency, it's as simple as that. The margins of victory for these states are always close, frequently won by only a single percentage point.
What has changed this election cycle is that minority voter growth has increased at an unprecedented rate in the swing states since the 2012 elections.
And it's even worse than you think: http://fortune.com/2016/03/08/trump-latinos-citizenship/
Regardless of whether it's true or not, the American public perceives Trump as a racist and a bigot and because of Trump's perceived bigotry, Clinton who is already favored by 85% of minority voters, takes the minority vote in the swing states easily and thus it's electorates, and thus the presidency. If you truly understand what is going on here then you'll realize how literally fucked the republicans are if Trump wins the nomination, which it looks like he will.
1945 was a bad year for you and your idology wasn't it?
it's a mixed world and that ain't never going to change buddy boy.
might as well get used to it.
Anyone who likes and votes for Trump is borderline retarded and is also a bigot. He has absolutely nothing substantial to say and he's an egomaniac. Letting him into the White House alone and anywhere near the nuclear launch codes and in charge of our military would be a grievous mistake and would invite another possible World War.
Even Noam Chomsky thinks he would be absolutely disastrous.
Many economists have come out and said that his "plan" would lead us into another recession.
The only thing he talks about regularly in interviews and debates is that stupid fucking wall he wants to put up that he thinks he can force Mexico to pay for. He can't. And if we built it it wouldn't change anything AND it would cost us billions and billions of dollars.
Trump is a failure. He has had so many businesses that went belly up. He's been bankrupt 4 times and has had to be bailed out multiple times.
If any of you are unironically claiming to support Trump then you need to go educate yourself because if this piece of human shit gets elected into office, we are all going to be fucked.
He even says that "climate change is just weather."
it's not mixed if we're all the same dumbass
and I wasn't referring to genetics
I'm referring to your daughters getting violently raped by people that are coming here and don't have anything else to do
If we let everyone in blindly, that's how it would be
If it comes to that, we'll go with tried and true.
well mate, i am an economist and if his plans come through america will cause the next economic crisis. And don't tell me that they have it right, american economists are the worst in the entire world. Every fucking big crisis comes from america. if you do bernie's plan you will have a leave of big firms almost immediately. tax evasion will raise. There will be more poor people because working a low pay job will have no benefits.
His plans are doomed to fail.
Also, getting a degree in economics is bloody easy. And the ones that are teaching it in universities tend to be bad at it. People that are bad at what they do, teach other people.
>The establishment need a new voter base that will accept the new lower standard of living because they come from broken countries.
we as american's, and business men, as innovators, and as creators of jobs are the only ones that dictate our standard of living.
politics don't create jobs, they don't create medicines, they don't create business and homes, and destiny's we create that.
if you feel threatened, find an angle, and play it, make a company, make jobs, make a profit and make your life.
that's real freedom.
Nor do I see the NY or CA economies doing well, or for that matter pretty much any state run by dems.
Dems bloat government, redistribute wealth to the poor, and break the economy. You have to be dumb at this point not to get that.
Not saying Republicans haven't been on that train in passivity, just saying anti-Wall Street is the fix and we need to end them controlling our ecomony circuitously through puppet politicans.
Bernie or Donald.
The only real choices here if you want to do something for yourself and put money in your pocket, or, heaven forbid, actually stop mortgaging your childrens' future and fucking them over.
Really because I've met people who with out aid wouldn't be able to feed themselves or family. It may be hard to believe but there are circumstances that people can't recover from. Obviously fuck the people who abuse the system but they're the minority
what are you trying to say? the establishment can easily dictate your life and break you if you continue to vote for their candidates. politicians come and go but the establishment who make the decisions always stays the same
it depends on the numbers
can we send them back after a couple of months if they haven't found work?
our unemployment will skyrocket, so where do we send them? hell? I'm cool with that
you're a pretty cool guy anon, I didn't expect you to be pro-genocide but I get what you're saying now
That's not the point. All the refugees are coming to Europe. No middle eastern country that has kept Isis out and is safe has taken a single one. That kid that washed up on the beach was safe in turkey but his parents were welfare chasers. Not to mention, young, strong, healthy, well off men aren't exactly what I think of when I hear the word "refugee" I think of the old, sick, women, children, and families.
i live in WA, and seattle is doing pretty damn well for a dem state,
also cali and new york are practically the two sides of the engine of the american economy, and there doing fine,
wanna know how i know?
because if they weren't we would all feel it.
ITT: Reasonable people who are 4chan regulars not realizing they are neither "debating" politics nor posting with fellow 4chaners, but rather a paid group of Hillary Shills that have been proven to invade this board since 4 years ago.
They are losers, guys, and they don't belong here. Want to actually spend your time usefully on this--make Hillary pay by creating and spreading the exact same lies and propaganda they are actively spreading here.
Actually do something about it in some way that has an impact rather than spinning your wheels here.
yes, because we are all losers in a basement like you.
Even someone with a decent sized brain and some understanding about human behavior will know that bernie's plans are doomed to fail. People hate to pay more. In belgium the government raised taxes on alcohol with 20%, the consumption decreased by 50%. Raising taxes will always have negative effect but there is zone where the tax income is at its highest, and according to a lot of american studies, america is now in that zone, as they increased taxes a few times and each time the tax income dropped.
I never defended trump's plans, but at least his have the potential to increase the working population and thus inadvertently raise tax income.
"the establishment" is always conspiracy theory talk for "whatever vauge idea i have of something i don't like"
i don't want mass socialism, nor do i want the fourth reich,
the establishment (whatever it is) is whatever we say it is, abides by whatever laws we let it.
this is a representative republic, and we are in control of our destiny, not this vague cabal of boogeymen you have in your head.
in fact, why don't you make a business, innovate, make a profit, make your life.
AND BECOME THE VERY THING YOU FEAR.
Um... he takes money and creates failured ventures that lead to bankruptcies. If he didn't have old money backing his ass up, he would have failed long ago.
You're lack of logic and reasoning skills make me think that you are literally subhuman. Do you wave around confederate flags and shoot off guns while praying at breakfast every morning?
>the idea that people are paid to mass spam 4chan,
it's the same with the interracial shit isn't it?
you people are so unbelievably nuts,
>someone believes in something i don't! he is obviously being paid to spam it on my beloved 4chins
of course buddy, or course,
>I'm smarter than 170 economists that work in institutions ranging from Harvard to Cornell to Oak Tree Wealth management.
>Tax on income is at it's highest
yeah, no. Our economy was doing mighty fine under much higher top marginal tax brackets in the 40's 50's 60's and part of the 70's.
Did you just reference the Laffer Curve? Because The University of Chicago polled economists on that and 71% disagreed with Laffer's postulation and 29% had no opinion on it. No one agreed with it.
Except for that at this point, we've become an oligarchy so it's incredibly difficult to just "make a company" when you have corporations who can do it cheaper and are already established. The playing field isn't level. You have to spend money to make money and when you're living in poverty or near poverty or even lower middle class you don't have money to just invest in a business.
There is a way to have both of those things, which is why we need another New Deal, like FDR made happen, and that's what Bernie Sanders is offering.
Why would anyone pay to have people come and promote anything here?
It's obvious no one at all in this thread will change their stance on anything. In fact it's human nature when confronted with a conflicting ideology we tend to only dig deeper into our beliefs.
Basically sending shills to 4chan is a waste of money and time. And frankly I don't think we're important enough to warrant that kind of attention anyway
>Nor do I see the NY or CA economies doing well
Compared to what? Because if It's other states you're sorely mistaken my friend. NY, CA and TX pretty much float the states that have shitty economies, such as the barren turd in which you must dwell. You can't really tie that to the predominant political ideology of the state when the most productive states are CA, TX, NY, FL, IL, pretty evenly distributed politically.
It's just a cognitive dissonance thing anon, their brains cannot compute that others have different opinions. They NEED us to be shills because if we weren't shills that would mean that other people actually have opinions that differ from their own. And that's just not possible so we MUST be shills. IT IS THE ONLY EXPLANATION. amirite?
I dont fear Trump. The establishment are the 0,1% that owns the media and both parties. They run as many candidates as they need to ensure that they always win and when they do the president is working for them. Now that Trump is winning all the establishment media join in to defeat him. they also block his supporters from facebook and twitter. It is not even complicated you just need to study how it works.
So, you think that 99% of the wealth being with the top 1% of the country is okay? That kind of wealth inequality is horrifying. And it isn't because those 1%ers "worked hard", it's mostly because they either A) Inherited it or B) They fleeced people out of money or used other people's money to get their own money (like most of Wall Street) and maybe a few C) Inventing something but those are few and far between.
I'd WAY rather my tax dollars go to poor people than those rich assholes.
he still owns 8 of those companies.
A bankruptcy is a postponing of debt, meaning that the government will give you extra time to pay your debt collectors. So you can fill in a bankruptcy and still survive.
yet trump is the establishment, if this "establishment" really is as "all powerful" as you say it is,
and this "establishment" doesn't like donald?
why is a man worth 4 billion running for president?
if donald trump isn't the establishment, i don't know what the establishment is.
maybe the liberal media hates old donald because his ideas are fucking terrible.
>bankruptcy isn't bankruptcy
Never said that, nice attack though.
Almost every business does chapter 11, you're retarded if you didn't know that. That isn't a point against Trump and his legion. If you are actually going to attack fucking do so or shut the fuck up. Literally you are no different from the trump faggots who talk and yet don't know half the shit they are talking about.
if you honestly think we are controlled by anything else,
i feel sorry for you bud.
but i won't call you an idiot,
back to alex jones with your tho.
ah fuck it. I guess that's true. Does trickle down economics work like trickle down pussy? Because I've never had the opportunity to fuck those rich douchebags' ex wives, the bitches still hang out at high-end martini bars and I'm just a beer guy. I don't think trickle down anything works, you're just dealing with two different universes that don't overlap.
>The story was disproved on BREITBART you fucking annoying cuck.
lying faggot. Brietbart stands behind her and her version. They say that the Trump campaign version doesn't match up with the facts.