Discussion: New Trump Ad: Clinton’s Economic Policies ‘More Of The Same, But Worse’ (VIDEO)

I know - look at the horrible damage to the stock market that has occurred under the Presidency of Barrack Obama. We can’t have four more years of that, can we?

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Hey, Donald, why don’t you start with the manufacturing of your product lines in America? You can do that without even being elected.

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Sounds like an ad for a new wonder anti-depressant, not a political ad.

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It’s Monday morning. Has anyone reminded the Drumpf that he’s still getting whomped by a crooked, sickly, bigoted girl?

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[quote]More of the same, but worse.
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Ummmm, logically, either it’s “more of the same” (with same/similar results expected) or it’s worse (because something has been changed).

But, of course, “logic” is a four-letter word in TrumpWorld, “where math, science and commonsense have no home”.

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America’s biggest problem is the rich are getting richer while the middle class continues to decline. Lots of working class people are sinking into hopeless poverty. The last thing we need is to make that situation worse by lowering taxes on rich people. Lower taxes on the middle class, but more importantly figure out how we are going to grow the consumer class.

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A Trump presidency would benefit these businesses

Despite these headline winners, UBS predicts stocks and bonds will tank if Trump wins.

“Markets in general are apt to do better under a Clinton Administration,” says UBS.

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“Clinton’s Economic Policies ‘More Of The Same”

Best and longest employment growth in US history!

Best stock market recovery, ever!

Over 20 million non-insured, now have health insurance!

Yeah, donnie, that sucks…let’s go back to the bushie years…

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You know why people do those crazy demon-sheep ads and such? Because they’re all saying “I don’t want to do the same old thing everyone else is doing.” And you know what that same old thing everyone else is doing is? This. It’s like a parody of political ads that stuff every tired, shopworn trope in that they can. It’s a challenge to navigate between the familiar and the freaky, in order to keep things fresh and effective, but you’re supposed to at least try.

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Here’s an idea, how about trump manufacture all his carp…I mean products, here in the US. Not in Bangladesh!

That might help.

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Preaching to the choir. Will this resonate with anyone who doesn’t already think everything’s been terrible under Obama?

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I watch virtually no television—has the Clinton campaign been running any ads focusing on Trump’s business dealings and failures?

Either Clinton or a PAC has an ad essentially saying that. A small manufacturer of shirts or something in New England. First Trump says wahhh, I can’t find anyone domestically to do it and the guy says hey, I’m right here.

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I don’t watch either so I can’t say about what runs where, but if you look at her YouTube channels they have what looks like dozens of ads on all of that. I saw at least one with a piano dealer guy he’d stiffed on pianos for a casino. Guy said it took him years to recover. For some reason many of them are grouped in a channel and related website called “The Briefing.”

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Sooo…when is the first debate scheduled for? Sometime in December?

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Andy Borowitz, New Yorker, Why It’s Time To Build A Giant Wall

As America’s bridges, roads, and other infrastructure dangerously deteriorate from decades of neglect, there is a mounting sense of urgency that it is time to build a giant wall.

Across the U.S., whose rail system is a rickety antique plagued by deadly accidents, Americans are increasingly recognizing that building a wall with Mexico, and possibly another one with Canada, should be the country’s top priority.

Harland Dorrinson, the executive director of a Washington-based think tank called the Center for Responsible Immigration, believes that most Americans favor the building of border walls over extravagant pet projects like structurally sound freeway overpasses.

“The estimated cost of a border wall with Mexico is five billion dollars,” he said. “We could easily blow the same amount of money on infrastructure repairs and have nothing to show for it but functioning highways.”

Congress has dragged its feet on infrastructure spending in recent years, but Dorrinson senses growing support in Washington for building a giant border wall. “Even if for some reason we don’t get the Mexicans to pay for it, five billion is a steal,” he said.

While some think that America’s declining infrastructure is a national-security threat, Dorrinson strongly disagrees. “If immigrants somehow get over the wall, the condition of our bridges and roads will keep them from getting very far,” he said.

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He’s planning right now to have urgent business to attend to on a golf course in Scotland on that day.

@bluestatedon I don’t watch a lot of TV either, but those that I’ve seen that have been the most effective have been those using his own words. And you know we have decades to words on any topic to choose from.

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That would be more of the same that saw the DJIA go from 6,626.94 on March 9, 2009 - after 8 years of a Republican administration led to the greatest market collapse since the Great Depression - to 18,395.40 as of August 26, 2016.

That’s almost tripling the DJIA in 7.5 years.

That more of the same, Donald?

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