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Tom Stiglich for September 11, 2019

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    Zev Bellringer Premium Member 4 days ago

    Stop preemptively looking for a scapegoat; the signs are already there and we all know who is to blame.

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    Stevefk  4 days ago

    Whatever it takes, just leave Trump alone as he’s doing an excellent job all by himself to assure he won’t get re-elected, just have to wait a few more months and it will all be over.

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    Zebrastripes  4 days ago

    6 out of 10 Americans believe he doesn’t deserve another term…..VOTE

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    superposition  4 days ago

    No one that cares about the US or the world’s economy — they’re interconnected — wants a recession. We know from previous recessions what to do and what not to do, but we seem to have a “leader” that will not take advice or try to make things better for the vast majority of Americans but focuses on self-interests.

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    jhayesd31  4 days ago

    Don’t worry Tom we will give the Economy our “Thoughts and Prayers”

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    OldCoal  4 days ago

    Yeah, pointing out that trade wars always lead to a drop in the economy is “rooting” for a recession.

    Hey, knucklehead, get your boy under control, THEN you get to talk about how terrible predicting a recession from his actions is.

    Saying that dropping eggs on concrete will lead to broken eggs is not “rooting” for broken eggs.

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    suzalee  4 days ago

    Worrying about the huge deficit. This"prosperity" is built on borrowed money. Sooner or later Americans will have to pay it back. Worried about all the money shipping Pence and the military to Trump properties, so that he can make a buck off the American taxpayer.

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 4 days ago

    Someone posted,yesterday, that every once in a while Mr. Stiglich gets one right. Well Stiglich gave yesterday and wiped out today.

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    walfishj  4 days ago

    So, Mr. Stiglich, tell me what is worse, “rooting” for a recession, or actually causing one? Cause your boy Donnie is setting us up and causing that fall. And then what will you do? Oh, I know, you’ll blame it on the democrats.

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    Bookworm  4 days ago

    When Ronald Regan left office, recession. When George H.W. Bush left office, almost a recession. When George W. Bush left office, the Great Recession. Those were just from the “sound principle” of “Trickle Down Economics.” Donald J. Trump endorses this “sound” principle and has instituted a Trade War. BUT it’s the Democrats who are “rooting for a recession.”

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    Radish, currently posting No Ambiguity on Sherpa Premium Member 4 days ago

    Anyone but Trump.

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    Judge Magney  4 days ago

    Tom Stiglich, you’ve been warned about hitting the airplane glue before breakfast.

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    GuacamoleCostsExtra  4 days ago

    Time passes so quickly. I remember when Democrats were accusing Republicans of rooting for the economy would falter or the healthcare act would crash and burn. Of course a big difference is that Republicans in Congress actually engaged in active sabotage of the healthcare act instead of just possibly rooting for failure.

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    mourdac Premium Member 4 days ago

    OD’ed on the stupid pills this a.m., Mr. Stiglich.

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    ncorgbl  4 days ago

    Stiglich, put the blame where it belongs. Every Republican/conservative presidency since 1929 has had a depression or recession, some had two. Conservatives have proved beyond the shadow of a doubt, that they cannot manage an economy or govern a country.

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    Diamond Lil  4 days ago

    I can usually pass right over the scribblings of those who have obviously drunk the kool aid but the sheer ignorance of this cartoon is truly astounding.

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    DrDon1  4 days ago

    Once again, Stiglich plays his "Deflection Card!

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  4 days ago

    Meanwhile, Trump whines that the Fed should set interest rates to “zero, or less”.

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    Mr. Stiglich, if Democrats really wanted there to be a recession, they’d be cheering Trump.

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    Retired engineer  4 days ago

    A comedian famous for making outrageous statements named Bill Mahar said, if it takes a recession to get rid of Trump, then so be it. That was immediately picked up as a meme by the right wing, who started beating the drum while stating “See? That’s how all lefties think”. In other words, standard procedure.

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    benjamineyal  4 days ago

    I suspect that many among the Democratic party elite is hoping for a recession. Most party elites are relatively insulated from recessions by wealth, and a recession is good for electoral chances. Regardless, I suspect this is true of both parties in every election.

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    tompet46  4 days ago

    Stiggy are you trying to get a Fox News job? You’re boy adds 1 TRILLION to the deficit, has done nothing on gun control and healthcare. Have you been to a grocery store lately? How are those tariff’s working out? Maybe ask a farmer. Your boy Trump is bringing it on all by himself. Draw that cartoon.

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    Concretionist  4 days ago

    I’m not (exactly) a Democrat though I mostly vote that way. I’m rooting for a big comeuppance for The Twit, which doesn’t mean I’m wishing for any particular comeuppance. This is Stiglich, though, so you know he is making it up to suit the script.

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    Patjade Premium Member 3 days ago

    Democrats aren’t rooting for a recession. Republicans are just saying that to cover their butts because it’s Republicans that fear a recession is coming.

    “I’m going to pile a stack of kindling, gasoline cans, and lit torches inside this house, but it’s your fault if the house actually burns down.”

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    PLauer1  3 days ago

    What’s that smell, bookworm? Is it you?

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    Daeder Premium Member 3 days ago

    Well, we would have hoped that enough Americans were bright enough to see the OBVIOUS deleterious effects of having a narcissistic, senile criminal in the white house. But nothing has saved America so far. So YES, Stiglich! We’ll literally take ANYTHING that gets him out of office and into prison where he belongs. Even if it means we had to wait for Individual 1’s terrible policies to come home to roost and cause a recession.

    Go ahead, tell us about how anti-patriotic it is to root for a recession, and I’ll see your anti-patriotism and raise you blindly supporting a “leader” who stands in front of the entire world and declares his trust and faith in an enemy power, while simultaneously declaring his lack of faith and trust in our own intelligence agencies!

    Go to hell, Stiglich. Seriously, go there and think about developing a conscience. Then come back when you do.

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