> BlueJava wrote:
>> The_Prophecy wrote:
> |>> I have no loyalty to any political party (I have no idea why you would, but whatever).
> |>> However, everything Trump did was scrutinized. If he did something, people complained.
> |>> If he didn't, people complained. The media had a very clear agenda against him
> |>> the start, and that agenda will continue until he's dead (probably). As for the
> |>> money, everyone was asking for it. The people wanted it, and the Democrats wanted
> |>> it (they actually wanted to give out more money). He makes it happen, and now
> |>> being used against him and made to seem like nobody was asking for it. As for
> |>> COVID was handled at the start, Fauci is on record saying his advice to Trump
> |>> to shut the country down. If he actually did that, the media, which labeled him
> |>> Fascist tyrant as soon as he announced he was running for President, would've
> |>> the "proof" they were so desperately seeking. So, he left it up to the states.
> |>> course, because everything he did was a lose-lose no matter how good the outcome
> |>> was, he was panned for that decision as well. IMO, Trump was doing a very good
> |>> before COVID. After COVID, he lost complete control, and things went downhill,
> |>> I feel like he were re-elected, things wouldn't be all sunshine and rainbows,
> |>> they'd be better than what they are now, that's for sure.
>> The same guy who drew on a map with a sharpie to include Alabama in a hurricane
>> area when absolutely everyone else said they were safe and then tried to shut
>> the national weather service? That dude wasn't doing a good job. How did he positively
>> impact your life or anyone's life who wasn't wealthy? The same dude who openly
>> Parsons on his way out the door. He only appeals to wealthy for tax cuts, uneducated
>> and racists. I don't know which one of the 3 you are. He didn't improve your life
>> or this country so you must be loyal to a particular political party or choose
>> man over country.
> First, he got rid of that insane Obama law that penalized you for not having insurance.
> That saved me $700 or whatever it was per year. Second, he did implement a tax cut.
> The insanity of tax cuts is that people who pay the least amount of taxes think they're
> going to see the biggest cut for some strange reason. It's like going into a car
> dealership with $10,000 to your name and expecting to walk out with a Ferrari. Insanity.
> As for how much I actually saved from the tax cut, it was something like $200-$300
> a year. Add that to the Obama garbage being expunged, and that's $1000 a year extra
> in my pocket. More money was saved with gas prices. I remember paying $1.99/gal for
> gas in the city of Philadelphia. That's ridiculously low, because Philly as a city
> has high prices for everything (it also has a tax rate higher than the state of Pennsylvania).
> In Jersey, gas went down to $1.30-something/gal I believe. I just paid $4.39/gal
> to fill up my tank yesterday. A "great price," considering I was paying over $5/gal
> like two months ago. Even more money was saved by prices of almost literally anything
> else. Anything you can name, the price has more than likely gone up. Not by a little,
> either. So, yea, he did improve my life by saving me money. You almost certainly
> saved money during his four years as well, but you're just so bitter, you refuse
> to admit it. Oh yea, he also was solely responsible for "killing" a portion of the
> Patriot Act, which both parties have been unanimously supporting since its inception.
> Pretty neat how Democrats and Republicans are always at each other's throats, not
> being able to agree on nearly anything, right? Yet, both parties couldn't say yes
> fast enough to keeping the Patriot Act going, with all of its lovely myriad of ways
> the government can use to spy on you.
> On the racist thing, what's funny to me is how Trump and anyone who supports him
> are "racists and fascists". However, our tax money is funding literal Nazis in Ukraine
> and ultranationalist rebel organizations in Taiwan, but nobody seems to care. A Bernie
> Bro at work even defended us sending money to Ukrainian Nazis because, apparently,
> funding Nazis (Azovites, Banderites, etc.) to kill other Nazis (Russians) is okay.
> I think we're sending roughly $1.5B to Ukraine monthly, by the way (not including
> weapons). IDK about you, but I'd rather see that money being spent here to improve
> everyone's lives. You should want the same thing, seeing as how the only thing you
> care about with Trump is how he allegedly didn't improve your life at all.
You do realize that gas was so cheap was NO ONE WAS DRIVING!! Oh, and the reason was due to the fact that our 45th President thought the pandemic would be over in a matter of weeks..