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Donald Trump vs Bernie Sanders - Tax Plan IMPACT Comparison

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  1. onesongchai Banned Banned

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    I don't know why the media is so dishonest about Trump. The guy has the most solid plans.

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  2. TheComebackKid Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Unless the GOP establishment sabatoges him I don't see how Trump doesn't win the presidency at this point. Especially if he's up against Bernie Sanderclaus.
     
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    Wow I didn't know you could make GDP part of your tax plan. Why don't we just tax plan ourselves a $100 trillion GDP? This changes everything.
     
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    This looks so professional that the whole election may as just be called right now with Trump declared King for Life.
     
  5. JDragon #StayTheFuckHome

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    Who is the guy on the left?
     
  6. onesongchai Banned Banned

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    Trump when he was younger
     
  7. Strychnine Steel Belt

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    This guy.
     
  8. m52nickerson EXTERMINATE!

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    It is because Trump is disliked much more by those that aren't voting or being polled regarding the Republican primary.
     
  9. djacobox372 Gold Belt

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    The president has very little to do with the budget.
     
  10. TheComebackKid Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Right but Hillary is disliked even more and Bernie will only appeal to socialists and SJWs.
     
  11. Jack V Savage Secretary of Keepin' It Real/Nicest Guy on Sherdog Platinum Member

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    That seems wildly implausible at a glance. I'd love to see the track record of their model. :)
     
  12. Sasquatch Smith Red Belt

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    lol. Tax Foundation is a known extremely biased source.
     
  13. Jack V Savage Secretary of Keepin' It Real/Nicest Guy on Sherdog Platinum Member

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    True, but they have credibility to maintain. Bias is one thing; predicting a 21% swing in GDP over 10 years based on presidential plans is something else. That seems like a glitch or just a really bad model. I can't see any mechanism in Trump's "plans" that would lead to that kind of boost.

    I remember when you used to say you weren't a Republican. :)
     
  14. Sasquatch Smith Red Belt

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    Cruz and Trump are just as disliked as Hillary, or (more likely) significantly more. You just don't see it because you're conservative. People hate all 3 of them.

    And if you STILL think Bernie only appeals to socialists, you are blind. If he can get young people to vote, and keep most of the democrat vote he has a much better chance than people in denial realize.

    I wish we could start over with a whole pack of new candidates, personally. All 3 of the republican frontrunners would be war starting, hate promoting nightmares, Hillary is hard to like despite most of the reasons people proclaim to hate her being bullshit, and we're nowhere near ready for someone like Bernie to win the office....ugh, it's going to be an interesting year.
     
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    Never seen a poll that indicates Hilary is disliked more. Plus, Bernie is clearly appealing to more then socialist and SJWs.
     
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    No one needs your "polls" when the rock solid numbers are posted right above us! Look at how great Trump is going to make America ("again")!
     
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    Right wing media has for years done everything to make Hillary as disliked as possible. But part of spreading a lie is to make it sound like fact. So they constantly talk about how disliked she is as its a given. They tried the same with Obama and was shocked that after 4 years of propaganda he still run away with the election. Also Trump will make Hillary more likable imo
     
  18. JDragon #StayTheFuckHome

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    This Tax Foundation sounds like a totally neutral source and not special interest at all.

    Also, their economic "model" does not sound simplistic at all.

     
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    Trump didn't make $10B from $1MM. That's ridiculous to even assert that.
     
  20. drstrangelov Hey.

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    Didn't he inherit a bunch of New York real estate in 70s or 80s? If he had just held onto that, what would the current value be?
     

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