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From the campaign trail: more new retarded Democrat lies

It's no longer "Republicans are going to take away your health care," now it's "Republicans WANT to take away your health care."

And this new entry:
"Trump prefers children in cages over children in schools."

Seriously lefty? Are you stupid enough to buy this shit? Do you really think Trump plans to run on a platform of eliminating healthcare? Do you honestly think that he likes the sight of those children the Obama cages and hopes that they never get an education? Do you really think... (I guess that's the most important question).

Dems have been running on fear-mongering since I can remember. Back in the Clinton years it was Republicans wanting to starve children and throw Granny off the cliff. Under BO it was burning Black churches.

I really wonder when retarded lefty will learn to think independently?

The 99% Get a Bigger Raise

“Corporate profits declined 2.9% in the first quarter of 2019 even as wages grew at an annual rate of 10.1%. This sure sounds like an economy that is benefiting the 99%.”

"Worker wages are growing much faster than previously reported.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) on Tuesday published its annual revisions to personal income data, and the surprise was the huge jump in disposable income and employee compensation.

The revisions show that employee compensation rose 4.5% in 2017 and 5% in 2018—some $4.4 billion and $87.1 billion more than previously reported. The trend has continued into 2019, with compensation increasing $378 billion or 3.4% in the first six months alone. Wages and salaries were revised upward to 5.3% from 3.6% in May year over year. And in June wages and salaries grew at an annual rate of 5.5%, which is a rocking 4.1% after adjusting for inflation."

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-99-get-a-bigger-raise-11564529382
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/wall-street-journal-99-get-bigger-raise/

Why aren't the MSM covering this?

President Trump fighting for the American people

Politicians only talk about lowering drug prices. Trump does something about it.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6066367688001/

The New Retarded Democrat lie: Republicans want to take away your health care.

Where do these retards get this, and who are the retards who applaud every time a Democrat says it?

Top 12 most debt-ridden states - 2018

https://www.gobankingrates.com/making-money/economy/states-with-the-most-debt/#3

12. Delaware
Total liabilities: $9.96 billion
Total assets: $11.86 billion
Debt ratio: 79.3 percent
Delaware saw its total net position slide from $3.29 billion in 2016 to $2.93 billion in 2017. The main cause of this is the increase in long-term liabilities, namely the growth of pension debt and other post-employment benefits that the state is on the hook to pay.

11. Louisiana
Total liabilities: $26.29 billion
Total assets: $30.82 billion
Debt ratio: 80.8 percent
Although Louisiana ranks No. 11 among states with the most debt, its net position improved year-over-year (it was No. 10 last year), with assets exceeding liabilities by around $6.3 billion.

10. Pennsylvania
Total liabilities: $56.72 billion
Total assets: $67.13 billion
Debt ratio: 81.4 percent
Pennsylvania is one of the states that relies most on “sin taxes” — the taxes on tobacco, alcohol and gambling — to balance its budget, according to a Pew study. These taxes accounted for 7.3 percent of total taxes in 2015, which is significantly greater than the U.S. average of 2.3 percent for that year, the study found.

9. New York
Total liabilities: $139.54 billion
Total assets: $160.21 billion
Debt ratio: 83 percent
In our debt by state study, New York boasts the third-highest total assets in the U.S., behind Texas and California. On the flip side, New York’s total liabilities rank fourth highest.

8. Hawaii
Total liabilities: $22.86 billion
Total assets: $21.56 billion
Debt ratio: 95.6 percent
Hawaii’s total assets just barely exceed its total liabilities, and the state’s financial situation is declining. Hawaii’s net position decreased by $200.7 million — or 15.9 percent — from the previous year, according to the state financial report.

7. Rhode Island
Total liabilities: $7.79 billion
Total assets: $7.22 billion
Debt ratio: 101.8 percent
Rhode Island is the first state on the list to have a debt ratio higher than 100 percent. Human services expenditures in particular are taking an increasing bite out of the state’s budget, primarily due to increased enrollment in the Medicaid program and a general growth in healthcare expenses for the Medicaid population.

6. Maryland
Total liabilities: $51.57 billion
Total assets: $44.5 billion
Debt ratio: 104.9 percent
Maryland suffers from the highest state debt ratio in the South Atlantic division. It’s also one of only seven states to report greater total liabilities than assets for the fiscal year 2017. At 36.6 percent, rising healthcare costs contributed the highest percentage of governmental expenses.

5. California
Total liabilities: $287.79 billion
Total assets: $250.76 billion
Debt ratio: 107.9 percent
California state debt is at alarming levels, but it has improved from the previous year with a $9.1 billion rise in net position. The largest expense in the 2017 fiscal year was health and human services, which accounted for $135.1 billion in government spending.

4. Kentucky
Total liabilities: $55.56 billion
Total assets: $32.67 billion
Debt ratio: 139 percent
Kentucky’s total net position — total assets including deferred outflows of resources minus total liabilities including deferred inflows — is more than negative $15 billion.

3. Massachusetts
Total liabilities: $95.47 billion
Total assets: $29.83 billion
Debt ratio: 247.3 percent
In Massachusetts, primary government liabilities exceed assets by over $57 billion. The biggest sources of state debt are pensions, school construction and transportation-related construction. For most Americans, their mortgage is their largest source of debt.

2. Illinois
Total liabilities: $214.78 billion
Total assets: $54.3 billion
Debt ratio: 268.9 percent
Illinois is one of the worst states for pensions. According to Moody’s, the state owes more than $250 billion in pension debt. The state’s “inability to manage its pension system in a sustainable and affordable way” has lowered its bond rating to just one notch above “junk” status. Illinois’ total net position is actually about $4 billion worse than New Jersey’s; New Jersey simply has a higher debt ratio.

1. New Jersey
Total liabilities: $199.02 billion
Total assets: $47.16 billion
Debt ratio: 279.9 percent
Taking the No. 1 spot of states with the highest debt is New Jersey. And its state debt is hard to fathom. Including deferred inflows and deferred outflows of resources, New Jersey’s total liabilities surpassed its assets by $132.6 billion. While New Jersey ran up more expenses than revenues, that’s not the principal cause of its dire financial straits. The main cause is, not surprisingly, increases in pension liabilities.

Top 12 least debt-ridden states - 2018

https://www.gobankingrates.com/making-money/economy/states-with-the-most-debt/#3

50. Alaska
Total liabilities: $10.75 billion
Total assets: $82.07 billion
Debt ratio: 13.3 percent
Alaska has the largest surplus of all states, with a ratio of liabilities to assets of only 13.3 percent. In absolute numbers, Alaska has the third-highest net position in the U.S. at roughly $72 billion.

Alaska is one of seven states with no income tax; however, it raises a lot of its money through taxes on oil and gas production and properties.

49. South Dakota
Total liabilities: $1.14 billion
Total assets: $7.46 billion
Debt ratio: 14.9 percent
The Midwest puts up excellent numbers with South Dakota. Besides the second-best state debt ratio, the state’s roughly $1.14 billion in total liabilities is the lowest amount in the study. And, it’s one of the top three states for rich Americans.

48. Nebraska
Total liabilities: $2.34 billion
Total assets: $14.93 billion
Debt ratio: 16.4 percent
With total assets at nearly $15 billion versus liabilities of just over $2 billion, Nebraska has the third-best state debt ratio in the U.S. However, its total net position works out to only about $12.74 billion, below the national median of $16.14 billion. In a separate study, Nebraska also ranked as one of the most economically diverse states.

47. Tennessee
Total liabilities: $6.96 billion
Total assets: $42.12 billion
Debt ratio: 16.4 percent
One of the most tax-friendly states in the country, Tennessee has a debt ratio of 16.4 percent. The state’s minimal liabilities help contribute to the fifth-highest total net position across all states, at nearly $36 billion.

46. Idaho
Total liabilities: $2.61 billion
Total assets: $15.45 billion
Debt ratio: 17 percent
Idaho’s total net position falls below the national median, at $13.04 billion. However, its debt ratio is the fourth-lowest.

45. North Carolina
Total liabilities: $15.95 billion
Total assets: $69.71 billion
Debt ratio: 22.5 percent
With a debt ratio of less than 23 percent, North Carolina’s finances are in a very healthy position. In fact, it’s one of the most recession-proof states. The state’s total net position is more than $55 billion, the fourth-highest in the country behind Alaska.

44. Utah
Total liabilities: $7.06 billion
Total assets: $31.57 billion
Debt ratio: 22.6 percent
Utah is a Mountain state that leads most U.S. states with its low debt ratio. A separate GOBankingRates study found that Utah is one of the best states for job seekers.

43. Wyoming
Total liabilities: $5.52 billion
Total assets: $24.78 billion
Debt ratio: 23.2 percent
Like Idaho, Wyoming falls within the Mountain Census division. And also like Idaho, Wyoming boasts a low state debt ratio. That could change in the future — Wyoming is heavily dependent on its mineral and energy industry, especially oil, which has been adversely impacted by cheaper oil prices in recent years.

42. Oklahoma
Total liabilities: $5.38 billion
Total assets: $23.479 billion
Debt ratio: 23.2 percent
Taxes are almost always the biggest and most visible source of state revenue. Compared to the rest of the country, Oklahoma’s combined state and local sales tax rate is the sixth-highest in the U.S., generating over $3.1 billion in revenue for fiscal year 2017.

41. Connecticut
Total liabilities: $10.32 billion
Total assets: $42.87 billion
Debt ratio: 24.1 percent
Connecticut’s finances have been disrupted by unfunded pension debt and health benefits for public employees. The state’s debt is jeopardizing major cities like the capital, Hartford, which is one of the cities nearing bankruptcy. However, the state appears to be on the upswing, with one of the lowest debt ratios of all the states.

40. North Dakota
Total liabilities: $6.94 billion
Total assets: $27.51 billion
Debt ratio: 25.3 percent
One of the richest states in America, North Dakota has the third-lowest debt ratio in the Midwest region, behind Nebraska and South Dakota.

39. Montana
Total liabilities: $3.75 billion
Total assets: $11.7 billion
Debt ratio: 31.6 percent
Not only do Montana’s assets exceed its liabilities, the state manages to accomplish this without having sales tax as a source of revenue. Property and income taxes fund the state, instead.

Today in news swept under the rug: Border crossings down 37% in June

Trump threatened to impose sanctions on Mexico if they didn't do something to uphold international asylum law. Mexico capitulated and is now doing their job.

Poor retarded Democrats will have to find another way to increase their voter base.

Or maybe they could just start working with their president to actually help the USA.

Like that would ever happen...

http://www.dickmorris.com/border-crossings-are-down-37-mexico-deal-is-working-lunch-alert/

WTF! Now lefty wants to remove the American Flag from the moon.

"The culture that put men on the moon was intense, fun, family-unfriendly, and mostly white and male"

https://twitchy.com/sarahd-313035/2019/07/16/take-down-the-flag-wapo-reveals-that-the-apollo-11-landing-was-actually-pretty-racist-and-sexist/

Again, lefty tries to "understand" history through today's mindset. Idiots!

AOC and Omar will be one-termers.

In their own districts they are polling at 22% and 9% respectively. Performance matters, and they have performed dismally. Their only accomplishment is helping to give Trump a second term. Lefty doesn’t like that.

Wow! Patriot Kellyanne is fired up, speaks for all patriots.

Kellyanne Conway says White House is sick and tired of people who don't respect America.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6059813222001/
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