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Today was a good day.

No.3514294
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Yep! Trump did what he does best!
He got super-cucked by people with real money and real power.

The Koch brothers threatened to pull funding from the GOP if Trump didn't pick Brett and Trump hit his knees like a two dollar whore without even thinking twice.

No.3514297

>>3514294

Where did you pull that from?

No.3514299

I can only imagine why Trump might have picked him...

Just kidding, it's because he wrote in 2009 that a sitting President shouldn't be investigated, let alone indicted, due to how much pressure the job exerts. Yes, really - http://www.minnesotalawreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Kavanaugh_MLR.pdf - page 6 is the relevant portion, and it's strikingly ironic given that Kavanaugh was part of the Ken Starr investigation into Clinton.

No.3514300

>>3514299
The president is not being investigated.

No.3514308

>>3514297

The image? If I recalls correctly, it's by PandorasBox from a website WWOEC that I think has shut down long ago.

No.3514311

>>3514300

>The president is not being investigated.

Considering Michael Cohen just responded to Trump's lawyer saying he should just go ahead and tell the truth with, "The truth is not you(r) or your client's friend." I wouldn't count on that lack of an investigation continuing much longer.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/09/politics/cohen-trump-real-truth/index.html

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>>3514308

No.3514313

Trump picked the most moderate guy out of all his picks so when the dems stonewall him he gets to claim the nomination is ruined and pick a few more conservative pick, which they'll then force through. If anyone complains, they'll say dems had their shot.

No.3514318

>>3514313
Who gives a shit. If trash on the right nominate a judge, throw that judge out and get a proper judge to take his place. What the left should be doing is stonewalling every single action that the right tries to take, and then they should pack the courts as soon as they have a chance.

No.3514319

>>3514313
It all hinges on how he answers questions regarding the point I brought up >>3514299

No.3514320

>>3514318
Yes, because that has no chance of backfiring whatsoever.

No.3514330

>>3514320

Don't reason with a tempertantrum. Sometimes babies just need a spanking, and a time out. Trump could've picked much, much worse.

What I find hilarious is a news segment I saw this afternoon of a reporter asking people what they thought of Trump's supreme court pick. (before it was made)

Not one fucking person shown was honest. All of them said things like "Figured he would pick a racist, and he did" and "That judge is sexist, he'll take away our abortions!"

I'm sure they edited out the people that knew better, but it was just disgusting how many people walk around pretending to have an educated opinion on current events.

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>>3514313

>Trump picked the most moderate guy out of all his picks...

This is like saying a doctor tell you they has to inject you with a deadly snake venom but you get to choose which venom.

The conservative's response is to ask which is the least painful.

The Berner's response is to call the cops because some crazy asshole is injecting people with poison.

Conservatives are all faggots who just can't wait to get fucked by someone more powerful.

No.3514337

>>3514332 :triggered:

No.3514342

>>3514337

Damn right. I'm pissed. This asshole judge is stepping down and trump is going to replace him with a corporate puppet that is going to set us back economically and socially by decades.

The least horrible neo-con is still a horrible person who doesn't serve the American people in any way. This is a win for the globalist oligarchy not for America.

No.3514349

>>3514342
WOMP WOMP

No.3514353

>>3514320
It literally can’t if the left does it first. The packed court will see to that.

No.3514358

>>3514332

Stop being a melodramatic baby. Seriously. Shitting your pants in public looks deranged. Nothing about this judge indicates he is going to make choices that kill people on the level of fucking snake venom selection. Not even metaphorically.

What it demonstrates is that conservatives are not looking to fuck you hard and rough as they can and could be. They're exercising restraint AND trying to give you a shot in matters of constitutional law you fucking idiot.

You fill seats on the supreme court to uphold the Constitution. That's their one fucking job. Not to save your precious abortions (unless constitutional) or your fucking healthcare (unless constitutional) so shut your fucking mouth unless you think the judge picked wont uphold the constitution.

Judges are not there to be an end route around the legislative or executive branch when you don't like the law. They're there to protect you from laws being made outside the constitution and in violation of those rights granted to you.

When you and that other fuck talk about doing things like packing the court with liberals, going as far left as you can, it's clear you don't know what the fuck fair play and constitutionality are.

No.3514359

The whole reason that justice felt comfortable retiring now is because that justice had assurances (as Ben Shapiro explained) that who replaced him would not be a hardline conservative. That who replaced him would not challenge gay marriage.

Because conservatives have a sense of fair play, because he could take them at their word that they wouldn't pick a Mike Pence like figure for the SCOTUS, that's why that judge felt comfortable retiring under Trump.

If the left showed some sportsmanship once in awhile, maybe, just maybe, more judges would retire under Liberal presidents instead of trying to hold on to their last breath and dying there on the bench?

No.3514371

>>3514342

>Damn right. I'm pissed.

It's your own damn fault for not voting Hillary.

What, did you think a third wheel can win US elections?

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Trump may get two more picks before the end of his term. Ruth Bader Ginsberg is infamous for literally falling asleep at the bench while Sotomayer has diabetes that can leave her so fatigued she can miss hours and even days of work.

No.3514410

>>3514371 How many times do you retarded corporate neo-lib dems have to be told that $hillary had to earn our votes. She was never entitled to them.

Christ, why are idiots like you allowed to vote ever?

No.3514413
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>>3514371

I didn't think a third party could win the election. That's why it's rigged.

The two least popular politicians to ever run for president were our only choices so I didn't vote for either. When you run candidates that are actually popular, that actually offer something worth voting for, people vote for them.

Case and point...

No.3514415

>>3514358

I think there's an impression that we live in a society where laws are selectively applied and expectations of fairness are dwindling by the day

No.3514417

Why is Kavanaugh a bad pick? Lefty people should love that he's not likely to overturn Roe v. Wade or gay marriage.

No.3514418
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>>3514377

Two words....."term limits."why do we allow these senile worthless old people to decide our laws when they haven't even recall the last time they had a solid bowel movement???

No.3514420

>>3514418
Checks and balances to slow us from going astray. It's pretty obscure. You've probably never heard of it.

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>>3514417 Really? Who says.

If there's one thing the Trump administration should have taught everyone by now is that there are no 'precedents' or 'settled laws' anymore. Everything is up for grabs if you throw enough money and lawyers at it.

No.3514428
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>>3514358

>They're exercising restraint AND trying to give you a shot in matters of constitutional law you fucking idiot.

By choosing the least horrible person on a list of terrible people handed to them by a literal council of old, rich, white guys who run the largest corporations in the world, instead of picking, anyone not on the list handed to you by the most evil, greedy, destructive, bloodthirsty, people on earth?

Gee, how can I ever repay your fucking kindness?

No.3514432

>>3514428

Spin it how you want. It's there to see. They're not looking to step on your neck and fuck you even through they can. That's what it boils down to. You, on the otherhand, want to step on MY neck because you hate THEM because it is only ME that you can reach and hurt and you have to hurt SOMEONE because you cant hurt THEM.

That's pretty fucked up dude. Do you think they even give a shit if you hurt street trash? What are you even accomplishing?

No.3514434

>>3514349

>WOMP WOMP

https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/money/agriculture/2018/06/15/china-tariffs-soybeans-could-cost-iowa-farmers-up-624-million/705121002/

Good thing Iowa doesn't have a budget deficit and it's citizens won't have their state taxes go up because up Trump's "tax cuts".

>>3514415
As someone who gets the benefit of the doubt from the law, I don't want to live in a world filled with people who don't.

>>3514420

>Checks and balances to slow us from going astray.

You mean like an independent judiciary?
https://thinkprogress.org/trump-anthony-kennedy-brett-kavanaugh-corrupt-secret-deal-13fd59473ecf/

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>>3514427
With the energy and speed progressive liberalism managed to establish legally sanctioned abortion and same-sex marriage, it should be obvious that precedent and "settled law" doesn't mean anything. Don't expect to build stone houses out of foam.

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>>3514432

The worst thing I want to do to you is humiliate you for having such crazy neo-con ideals. You're wrong and I'm going to keep telling you your wrong because the shit doesn't work. Trickle down economics is bullshit and you know it as well as I do. Unregulated capitalism is just as dangerous as unregulated socialism but you cheer for one and not the other. Damn right I'm going to mock you.

No.3514439

>>3514438
And here ladies and gentlemen is a fine specimen of the liberal rage of 3B.

Whenever he feels threatened, he starts to throw up unconnected talking points and making incoherent tangents like "trickle down economics" and "unregulated capitalism" on a discussion about supreme court judges.

This is because in his autistic mind, he doesn't have to explain to anyone his reasoning, since other people should already know it. After all, there is only one mind - his - and other people are kind-of walking talking robots. This is a common flaw found in people on the autistic spectrum - lack of theory of other minds - which is the lack of intuition that other people don't automatically think the same as you.

No.3514443

>>3514439

>in his autistic mind

takes one to know one?

No.3514447

Hillary as president vs a republican senate & house would have been ideal- neither would have gotten their crazy shit passed, ever. Now Trump got his power with his party and has been stepping on LGBT rights because they hurt his feelings, stomping on the rights of other races because they hurt his feelings, selling guns to Saudi terrorists because he wants money, and being the biggest joke of a president ever who won't reach the end of his first term without being arrested or suicide because he, his family, his fuck buddy, his attorneys and his foreign allies couldn't cover up a spilled soda with a towel let alone the shit they've done. His supporters do not care because they see everything he does as correct- the same idiots who call GW Bush a "liberal".

No.3514448

>>3514437
Someone sounds upset that things not approved of by his holy book are allowed now.

No.3514451

What a complete waste of time and energy. You all lost the election and you’ve already lost the fight when you lost the ‘16 election.
What or who are you fighting and why? You can’t win and you’ve already lost both houses in ‘18 as well. Just go away quietly.
Thanks!

No.3514452
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>>3514439

>I got called out on my bullshit now I'm dodging all questions and changing the subject because I know I can't possibly win an actual argument.
No.3514454

>>3514452
You've never had an actual argument, only idiotic ramblings bordering on lunacy.

No.3514457
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>>3514454

I made two statements: Trickle down economics does not work and unregulated capitalism is dangerous.

Conservatives are champions of both yet you can't even come up with one response, can you because history has proven both so terrible, so unquestionably a total failure, the only thing you can do is cry like a little baby that someone is hurting your feelings.

Poor little snowflake! Everyone is attacking you by saying your wrong! And.. and... you are! It's so... like totally unfair right?! You need a safe space, don't you?!

No.3514484

>>3514457

>Trickle down economics does not work

If you don't invest.

>unregulated capitalism is dangerous

Regulations are used to kill competition which decreases wealth generation.
You are double-fail.

No.3514487

>>3514454
it's true tho, people like you aren't good at debating, you just rely on being more annoying until you "win"

No.3514488

>>3514457

>I made two statements: Trickle down economics does not work and unregulated capitalism is dangerous.

That's a red herring. Neither was the topic of discussion and nobody was talking about trickle down economics or unregulated capitalism before you sprung that tangent.

You are arguing a topic that nobody was talking about, and claiming you've "won".

No.3514498

>>3514417
Because, as I mentioned >>3514299, he opined that a sitting President shouldn't even be investigated, let alone indicted, while holding office. So it's fair to assume that Trump picked him because he wants someone friendly on the court that could help end the investigation entirely.
>>3514484
And 46% of people in the US have no investment in the stock market - https://money.cnn.com/2017/10/20/investing/trump-stock-market-americans/index.html
So yeah, that helps if you have stocks, but Trump's even fucking that up with his tariffs.

And regulations also prevent larger companies from driving down their prices solely to drive competitors out of business before jacking them back up again since they're the only game in town.

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>>3514484 These are two mutually incompatible ideals.

How can you make well-informed investment decisions in a 'no-rules' market where people hide what's really going on with their 'investment products'?

No.3514519

>>3514439
As much as it triggers you, he's not wrong.

No.3514520

>>3514488

They are an indirect attack towards conservationism and the republican establishment.
Which is indirectly related to Trump's supreme court choice.
As it will swing things worse towards neoliberalism and rampant abuse by oligarchs.

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>>3514484

Protip: If Trickle Down economics worked, you wouldn't need to invest to live a comfortable life.

No.3514536

>>3514535
You got owned by 3B in a debate. Damn.

No.3514539

>>3514536
If he tried to chew gum while walking he'd end up on the floor with gum in his hair.

No.3514540

>>3514539
He still beat you in a debate. What does that say about you?

No.3514543

>>3514531
It’s moving the goal post.
Originally, the story was that if you were willing to work, wealth would trickle down on you. That didn’t happen.
Next, they said that if you worked hard and got a good education, wealth would trickle down on you. It didn’t.
So that became work really hard, get a good education and make sure you major in something with lots of marketable skills, and then the wealth will trickle down. It’s still not working, even though the pool of people who should get trickled on seems to be getting smaller and smaller!
Now, “all you need to do” is be an extremely hard working highly educated STEM major with a master’s degree or better who loves spending all his time at work and also you need to play the stock market. Then and only then will the market bless you with a small trickle of money from the multi-billionaire oligarchs... If you believe the trickle down cult.
Everyone else in the world are undeserving of a decent life, but they may comfort themselves by screaming at black people, transgender people and pink haired women, who are clearly the greatest threat to the nation.

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>>3514540

To be fair, I didn't defeat him as much as he defeated himself by defending horrible policy positions. He seems like a fairly intelligent person who has just been indoctrinated into believing something that has no basis in fact or reality. I'm sure he's not a bad person.

That being said...

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>>3514498

>he opined that a sitting President shouldn't even be investigated, let alone indicted, while holding office

That's a good point though. You can't indict the President so what's the point of investigating. Especially when Trump's statements about the 'deep state' have turned out to be true with regards to the FBI. Agents are on record discussing sabotaging Trump and preventing his presidency. Now we're supposed to believe that this investigation is unbiased and in no way politically motivated.

The office of the presidency is too divisive by it's very nature to lend itself to a fair and just investigation. It's much more prudent to have the President focus on his duties rather than being the target of a witch hunt.

No.3514552

>>3514514

>How can you make well-informed investment decisions in a 'no-rules' market where people hide what's really going on with their 'investment products'?

First, we only need very basic rules to govern the market. What we currently have is the various layers of government attempting to micromanage the economy through endless miles of red tape.

Second, those very same regulations can play against you. I've recently been looking into opening a Chick-Fil-A restaurant and all of the federal, state and local laws can make your head spin. Labor laws, zoning regulations, health and safety laws, payroll and tax info, just to name a few. Even the corporate office's package to give a brief overview is a stuffed 5" binder. All these regulations and laws make the cost of opening a new restaurant outrageous. And it's so complicated that most entrepreneurs, including myself, would rather just open a corporate chain franchise since they help you navigate the system. In the end, it's lawyers and corporations that benefit from the web of obstructive regulations.

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>>3514531

>Protip: If Trickle Down economics worked, you wouldn't need to invest to live a comfortable life.

How does that work? The higher you are on the socio-economic ladder, the more trickles down to you. By the time it trickles to the bottom, it's virtually nonexistent. The only way to move up the ladder is to invest, either traditionally by owning property, stocks, etc or in your career, or both.

For example, I invested in myself by taking the time, effort and cost to receive an education with a high return of investment (two MS degrees in STEM) and then received multiple job offers with high salaries plus benefits. Now I'm looking to invest some of my income to create additional passive revenue streams such as opening a franchise restaurant. That way I keep it staffed, have somebody manage and then I collect the profits at the end of the day.

Investing has moved me up the ladder, and is continuing to do so, which increases the trickle effect I experience. It would for you too if you ever bothered to do any investing. It's as simple as that.

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>>3514553
What he said.

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>>3514551
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEUfC7hk5tM

If North Korea watches this video they know the United States have a true weakness!

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>>3514553

Do you know what a Ponzi scheme is? If not, look it up and realize that's what the stock market is. People have made a multi-trillion dollar industry out of using other people's money to keep the scam going and collecting a cut of the "winnings" while investing little to no money of their own. You get all the risk, you lose everything when the market collapses and they get all the reward.

No.3514580

>>3514576
gb2 CNN Steve

No.3514581

>>3514576
Wow! Just like Social Security!

No.3514584

I regret making this thread.

No.3514585
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>>3514551
You can't indict the President so what's the point of investigating.
By that standard, Richard Nixon should never have been impeached.
>>3514543
Pic related.
>>3514552
Labor laws
Exist to protect employees from abusive business practices and OSHA standards.
zoning regulations
I'll admit ignorance in knowing the particulars, but I remember a town board meeting when I was younger in which a farmer's market, zoned for agrarian use, started selling soft-serve ice-cream, putting them in direct competition with a business zoned as commercial (with commensurate tax increases). There's a lot of complexity to that law, and that's an example of how obtuse it can get.
health and safety laws
See labor laws critique.
payroll and tax info
Used to help facilitate the end-of-year tax systems.

>>3514553
For example, I invested in myself by taking the time, effort and cost to receive an education with a high return of investment (two MS degrees in STEM) and then received multiple job offers with high salaries plus benefits.
That's... not what investment means in the economic sense. Plus, how did you pay for college? And what of occupations that require a college degree but pay relatively-poorly, e.g. education?

>>3514576
The better example would be the entire debacle that was Enron - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enron_scandal. The head honchos in the company knew the stock was artificially-inflated, but covered it up through tricky accounting practices while selling the stocks to outside investors and encouraging employees within the company to sink their hard-earned wages right back into it. Thus, when the chicanery finally came to light, the head honchos made out like bandits while leaving everyone else holding the bag.

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>>3514581

Actually that is the opposite of social security. Social Security is money you pay into a pool with other people so that everyone is guaranteed to have enough to live on. If you don't pay in, you get nothing.

Social security is basically you giving the goverment a loan that they pay back with interest. That is why it was capped at a certain come bracket. Otherwise you would pay in way more than you could ever use.

If we removed that cap like Sanders wants, social security could take care of all the medical needs of all the elderly, literally forever.

Because the money is all going to a smaller and smaller group of people every year the cap is a problem.

No.3514588

>>3514586

>Actually that is the opposite of social security. Social Security is money you pay into a pool with other people so that everyone is guaranteed to have enough to live on. If you don't pay in, you get nothing.

That's not how it works. You pay for other people's SS. When you approach retirement age, someone else will be paying out to you. Due to shifting demographics/wealth disparity increases, it won't be a 1:1 payout either

No.3514589

>>3514586
It's a Ponzi scheme.

No.3514607

>>3514585

>There's a lot of complexity to that law, and that's an example of how obtuse it can get.

Yeah, and I could provide examples of really retarded regulations at my job, such as how we have almost four times as many government agencies, laws and regulations governing manufacturing here in the US as opposed to Malaysia, yet they better safety records than us. All those regulations do is make it way more expensive to open a plant. It was even worse with our plant in the UK before we had to shut it down, laying off hundreds of people and shipping their good paying jobs to Malaysia.

Can you guess why? It's because of EU regulations, which are by far the worse in the world.

>That's... not what investment means in the economic sense.

You need to stop thinking like a stupid poor person and start looking at yourself as revenue stream. The more you "invest" in yourself *by making choices such as going to the gym, going to college to get a worthwhile degree from a reputable institution, or developing experience in a technical skill like welding), the more you'll improve yourself, i.e. your revenue stream.

Also, I did bring up ideas such as purchasing stocks or buying a franchise restaurant like I'm doing with Chick-Fil-A. I noticed you just ignored that point.

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>>3514585

>Plus, how did you pay for college?

By starting work when I was 14 picking cotton and strawberries during the summer and then working at McDonald's. That gave me savings when I graduated high school and then I worked two jobs through college. My life was basically nothing but work and sleepless nights studying engineering. Then I went through an intense 2 day interview process with a fortune 500 company, competing against hundreds of qualified applicants for just a handful of spots for the year. Then the company that hired me paid me to get another MS degree.

And you? Did you even go to college? How about a trade school? Ever work as a mechanic or in construction? I'm going to guess that if we compared our lives, we're going to notice a series of very different choices and two very divergent paths and that have unsurprisingly led to very unequal outcomes.

Again, if you, 3B or anybody else bitching about trickle down economics and and then unfairness of reality would bother to just invest in yourselves, you'll actually start seeing some results in your lives.

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>>3514608

>I worked my ass off for decades to the exclusion of all else so that I could get a job that consumes my every moment and leaves me a bitter husk of a person who will probably be crippled by the age of 50, but there is nothing wrong with the system god damn it!
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>>3514622

No.3514625

>>3514588

>When you approach retirement age, someone else will be paying out to you. Due to shifting demographics/wealth disparity increases, it won't be a 1:1 payout either

what is economic growth

>>3514608
why are engineers always cunts?
why are furries always engineers?

No.3514627
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuFR5XBYLfU

No.3514694

>>3514625
not guarenteed. people who believe in perpetual population/ economic growth are a special type of retard

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>>3514694

Population growth is already flat lined and will soon be in recession in America according to projections. It's the same in most major nations.

As for economic growth, it will keep growing as technology replaces humans but if we don't stop the system now the money will all be at the top and there will be no one to buy anything. That's the problem with trickle down economics. A handful of uber-wealthy people can never buy enough to keep an economy stable.

Massive income inequality is one of the most sure signs of the end of an empire.

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>>3514694
Perpetual population/economic growth ... IN SPACE!!!


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