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Bring back slavery, that will really keep inflation down!!!
How much are the blacks in Africa selling them for? Anyone know?

They have not discussed this in my CRT class that I'm taking. I'll see if I can get an answer today.
 
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You guys really can't figure out how to post a link on here without it saying "Bloomberg - Are you a robot?"

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Ctrl-K when you're in the text editor
 

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Key inflation gauge watched by the Federal Reserve hits another 30-year high​

Core inflation rose 3.6% in August from a year ago, the biggest jump in more than 30 years.
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BUT, the CPI in August was 0.1% below estimates. IALTO. @howeda7 @Wally

 


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I hear that the way to fight inflation is for the government to spend 3.5 trillion.... :)
Why not? It will be like spending 0 dollars. At least, that's what I heard.
 



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I hear that the way to fight inflation is for the government to spend 3.5 trillion.... :)
It'll buy a hell of a weekend in Vegas..... lol Seriously, its spread over a decade and it goes toward roads, bridges, slowing climate catastrophe, buying the planet a little time, and easier access to higher education and other stuff.

The Dems haven't done well at branding it and its hard because there's a lot in it. It gets boiled down to $3.5 trillion. Like for a hell of a weekend of Vegas, public probably thinks.
 

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It'll buy a hell of a weekend in Vegas..... lol Seriously, its spread over a decade and it goes toward roads, bridges, slowing climate catastrophe, buying the planet a little time, and easier access to higher education and other stuff.

The Dems haven't done well at branding it and its hard because there's a lot in it. It gets boiled down to $3.5 trillion. Like for a hell of a weekend of Vegas, public probably thinks.
When you have the full power of the MSM telling everyone every chance they get that it really IS just NOTHING, the sheep are going to believe it. Like you said, Bob.... just a weekend in Vegas....

Only in today's American can you actually sell a story like that and have people buy it
 

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When you have the full power of the MSM telling everyone every chance they get that it really IS just NOTHING, the sheep are going to believe it. Like you said, Bob.... just a weekend in Vegas....

Only in today's American can you actually sell a story like that and have people buy it
C’mon man, what’s 3.5 trillion here or 5.5 trillion there. It’s for “easier access to higher education and other stuff.”

You know other stuff like making the country a socialist welfare state and the so badly needed Civilian Climate Corps spreading the gospel of impending doom.
 

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C’mon man, what’s 3.5 trillion here or 5.5 trillion there. It’s for “easier access to higher education and other stuff.”

You know other stuff like making the country a socialist welfare state and the so badly needed Civilian Climate Corps spreading the gospel of impending doom.
The actual cost is zero. Pay attention.
 







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  • With fewer new vehicles to sell, car companies are getting more money for the ones they make.
  • A consultant told Bloomberg that US automakers are receiving up to $10,000 more on trucks and SUVs.
  • Ford's CEO previously said the pricing power is "breathtaking" and is changing production strategy.

 

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The other thing about the dropouts, you know, a lot of times, politicians will say we've got to bring those people back into the labor force. These dropouts in this short recession are very different because of the baby boom generation. Out of 4.9 million people dropping out since the pandemic, 3 million were over-- were 65 years and older.


All Bidens fault...
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The other thing about the dropouts, you know, a lot of times, politicians will say we've got to bring those people back into the labor force. These dropouts in this short recession are very different because of the baby boom generation. Out of 4.9 million people dropping out since the pandemic, 3 million were over-- were 65 years and older.


All Bidens fault...
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Post number 10 today covering for Biden, even though you don't like him. Bit!
 


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Just being realistic on the labor numbers. We would be in the exact same place with Trump in office.
Post number 10 today covering for Biden, even though you don't like him. Bit!
 



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Again, Trump wasn’t and isn’t anti-vax. Turn CNN off you hack.
No. But he did almost zero to encourage it. Getting his shot in secret etc. He certainly wouldn't promote it as Biden's has. But mauve his cult would be less afraid of it anyway.
 

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No. But he did almost zero to encourage it. Getting his shot in secret etc. He certainly wouldn't promote it as Biden's has. But mauve his cult would be less afraid of it anyway.
Oh, “the cult”.
You think Biden promoting the vax has changed anyone’s mind? Have you seen his poll numbers? You don’t think Biden’s mandates have made people more against taking the vax? Okey Dokey.
 


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This is just plain 100% false. Don't be an idiot.
Howie pretty much blames Trump for everything down to the increase in boxelder bugs this year. It only makes sense to assume that Trump would have done everything worse than Biden too. That way, everything makes sense.
 






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