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    No, thanks. I'm gonna bask in my own glory....

    No, thanks. I'm gonna bask in my own glory. You're welcome to join. Or tell me to eat shit from behind your keyboard, because A) you're behind a keyboard and not in person, which would actually be...
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    I thought you said sayonara? Did I get you that...

    I thought you said sayonara? Did I get you that worked up? Haha.

    I trust the US Treasury more than "Politifact". Anyone that trusts Politifact over the government department that is actually...
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    *buzzer* Wrong. The government says 11.2...

    *buzzer* Wrong. The government says 11.2 Billion. Read the article I posted before. Do you want me to go fetch the government report now? You just never learn.

    U.S. government says it lost...
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    Yeah yeah yeah, talk big behind the keyboard. ...

    Yeah yeah yeah, talk big behind the keyboard. Whatever.



    That isn't an answer to what I asked.



    You were wrong about the GM bailout loss. You were wrong about the TARP money to banks. ...
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    That's one hell of a way of admitting you were...

    That's one hell of a way of admitting you were flat out wrong. Your numbers were off. Why can't you just own it like an adult? I would say "you should learn to admit your mistakes", but since...
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    I stand corrected. So they recouped some of the...

    I stand corrected. So they recouped some of the loss through realized gains on stock. And it still came out to a net loss of 10-11 billion according to Google.



    Incorrect. The actually made...
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    Oh I think I see it now, he's talking about me. ...

    Oh I think I see it now, he's talking about me. Well, it depends on if you believe China's trade policies and actions are a problem or not. If you don't believe they are, then of course you don't...
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    I have no idea, man. :-p I don't hate Obama, I...

    I have no idea, man. :-p I don't hate Obama, I was just pointing out an obvious flaw in the comparison there.
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    Doesn't seem like a fair comparison. Tariff...

    Doesn't seem like a fair comparison. Tariff revenue was then turned over into aid. There was no revenue for the auto bailout - they just bailed them out.

    I guess you could argue that someone...
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    There's a whole new wave of economics coming out...

    There's a whole new wave of economics coming out that tries to refute mainstream economic theory. Really if you think about it, there's been various "schools" of economics over time (Chicago school,...
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    Who gives a sh*t. That's not the point. ...

    Who gives a sh*t. That's not the point. Whataboutism at its finest. If you had any semblance of intelligence about you, you'd realize I don't disagree on that. I just think you're a fool for...
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    Who says they don't? Why is your immediate...

    Who says they don't? Why is your immediate reaction to jump to "oh, he thinks everything coming out of the media is BS". Sounds like you're going straight to the extreme on assumptions. And then...
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    It isn't one thing. The whole thing is right. ...

    It isn't one thing. The whole thing is right. You don't count it when it's your "side"/"team" that does it. That's idiotic. You're one of the sheep - you guys pick sides and play double standards...
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    Unfortunately for you, it doesn't matter. Obama...

    Unfortunately for you, it doesn't matter. Obama commented on Brexit before that. Whoops. Interference. US Presidents comment on domestic affairs going on in foreign countries all the time - we...
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    Saying as many women have been raped as stalked...

    Saying as many women have been raped as stalked is quite a stretch. 1 in 5? I call BS. If you count unwanted sexual advances, sure. That could even be a guy taking a pass at a woman - an unwanted...
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    So as many women have been stalked as raped? I'm...

    So as many women have been stalked as raped? I'm not buying that. Maybe their definition for "rape" is any unwanted sexual advance. If it's actual, full-on, forced intercourse, I have some high,...
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    I would call it what it is - just another foreign...

    I would call it what it is - just another foreign official commenting on politics in another country. Get a grip on reality. This sort of commenting by officials has been done countless times...
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    "interfered" - wtf does that mean? Is no public...

    "interfered" - wtf does that mean? Is no public official allowed to talk about foreign domestic affairs? Please tell me you're joking or this was tongue-in-cheek.
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    Ok, then 67% of the electorate didn't vote for...

    Ok, then 67% of the electorate didn't vote for the Nazis in the last election when Hitler became chancellor. Again, that is a misleading way of looking at it. It was not a one or two or three party...
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    Idk who would confuse the communists with the...

    Idk who would confuse the communists with the nazis. And you are incorrect about how much support they had. In the last election, they had nearly the same support as the SPD.

    1928 election -...
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    The communist movement was big in weimar germany....

    The communist movement was big in weimar germany. Politically, it had increasingly come to the communists vs the right-wing. The depression had enveloped germany very badly in the last few years...
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    Don't see how "management hates employees" goes...

    Don't see how "management hates employees" goes out clearly to "even when they could cut costs, they would choose not to do so". Management answers to shareholders for the big companies. Period. ...
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    Responding because I see you edited here. ...

    Responding because I see you edited here.

    Sure. But why have any in the US or Europe? Why are there 16 in Italy, 5 in Romania, 2 in Poland, and 1 in Spain? Why are they sourcing from 12...
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    Because it's still the largest consumer market in...

    Because it's still the largest consumer market in the world. The idea of going from global to local is not to make 100% of it domestically, but to have more content made domestically. Japanese...
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    Not sure what you meant here. They are localized....

    Not sure what you meant here. They are localized. Companies sell across many markets. They have production facilities in many different places. Levi's jeans, for example, sells in tons of different...
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