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Trump Issues Second Veto Because Obviously, Helping The Saudis Perpetuate Yemen Crisis Is Crucial To National Security

"This resolution is unnecessary."

"This resolution is unnecessary."
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4 comments on “Trump Issues Second Veto Because Obviously, Helping The Saudis Perpetuate Yemen Crisis Is Crucial To National Security

  1. Every day it becomes more pressing that the big brain be defeated. It will be a long road back to respectability for America once he’s gone and every day it only gets longer. He will bury the do-nothing Republican Party who sit on their thumbs and watch it all unfold.

  2. Curt Tyner

    We as American’s are letting this human piece of garbage tell the world we don’t have a moral bone left in our nation. Republicans I hope you are so very proud of yourselves. Republicans Karma can be a bitch……… especially you McConnell.

  3. This is the kind of thing you get when a spoiled brat stuck in a time warp is put in charge of policy. He’s a dinosaur stuck in his own past ‘glory days’ (whatever tf that means), and not because of his age. Sanders, for example, is not that, at all.

    If you asked Trump what’s the best invention of modern times, he would probably say cable news. Then when informed that cable news is not a modern invention, he would probably then say Twitter, and claim he never said cable news. (“Fake news”)

    It’s not hard to understand that economic growth comes from the bottom up. What happens to areas of shale? Money comes flooding in, workers get paid ‘well’, and spurs economic growth. The whole province of Alberta, Canada is based on oil, where people get paid well and can stimulate economic growth. Silicon Valley, new tech industry, lots of high paying jobs, high economic growth. Look back post 80’s, where CEO salary was 30x rather than 300x like today. More money for everyone = more economic growth. What will it take for these idiots to realize making rich people richer does not trickle down in any meaningful f’n way.

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