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#33 - It's the moderator's ******* job to interrupt him when he goes…  [+] (2 replies) 2 hours ago on WHO WON THE DEBATE POLLS +1
#34 - Elk (2 hours ago) [-]
I love these assumptions that you made just by my simple comment. Are your parents siblings, by any chance?
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#41 - EventHorizon (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes, let the hypocrisy flow through you. Gooood.
#32 - It's the moderator's ******* job to interrupt him when he goes…  [+] (1 reply) 2 hours ago on WHO WON THE DEBATE POLLS +2
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#36 - fergin (2 hours ago) [-]
Hillary went over 2 minutes nearly every time and he didnt interrupt her. People timed it dude. Yet he interrupts trump immediately.
#24 - I'm sorry did we watch a different debate? I recall Trump cons…  [+] (7 replies) 2 hours ago on WHO WON THE DEBATE POLLS +10
#31 - Elk (2 hours ago) [-]
**Elk used "*roll picture*"**
**Elk rolled image** I thumbed you down for being hateful and biased. Hillary interrupted plenty of times, and the moderator kept interrupting, too. He was like, "Your two minutes are up." Who tf does that?
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#33 - EventHorizon (2 hours ago) [-]
It's the moderator's fucking job to interrupt him when he goes over. He did it to BOTH candidates, however Trump consistently went over time more. There was nothing hateful OR biased about the fucking fact I typed. Christ, you people want Trump in the White House so badly that you only look at him through your special little lenses which filter out common sense and obvious truth.
#34 - Elk (2 hours ago) [-]
I love these assumptions that you made just by my simple comment. Are your parents siblings, by any chance?
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#41 - EventHorizon (1 hour ago) [-]
Yes, let the hypocrisy flow through you. Gooood.
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#25 - fergin (2 hours ago) [-]
He only did that for like the first 10 minutes, which is considered bad. He toned it way back for the rest of the debate. You mean the moderator interrupted him and he re-interrupted the moderator to continue what he was saying?
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#32 - EventHorizon (2 hours ago) [-]
It's the moderator's fucking job to interrupt him when he goes over. He did it to BOTH candidates, however Trump consistently went over time more. Your confirmation bias is what's leading you to think Trump got the short end of the stick, because I'm 100% certain you went into the debate focusing on how HE was treated instead of how THEY were treated.
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#36 - fergin (2 hours ago) [-]
Hillary went over 2 minutes nearly every time and he didnt interrupt her. People timed it dude. Yet he interrupts trump immediately.
#73 - That is 1000% completely different than our NATIONAL economy.  [+] (3 replies) 09/23/2016 on Fuck you(th) +1
#75 - sirquidam (09/23/2016) [-]
You do realize that. Prior to 2008 crash, good part of our national economy depended on stability of housing market but then all of sudden people couldn't afford to pay their mortgages? That's why there was so many bailouts, we couldn't afford to let those companies fall. National economy isn't single entity, it depends on on entire nation's ability to pay their debts reliably.

Right now, Wall Street and the government are just feigning ignorance and saying all is well. In reality, our economy is mutilated as fuck. Only reason it's still generating money is because of Federal Reserve and that'll crash at some point also because we'll reach a point where debt generated will always be greater than inflation.

Worst thing is, country as whole will probably grind to halt well before then. Citizens becoming unable to support themselves because of rising prices and living wages becoming insufficient.
#85 - anon (09/23/2016) [-]
That has nothing to do with the stability of bonds, friend. You're also assuming the national housing crisis affected the entire nation, which is actually untrue. The city I live in was untouched by the "national" housing crisis.
#91 - sirquidam (09/23/2016) [-]
Withdrawing to anon? Okay then...

Housing crisis did affect the entire nation, some cities that were affected the least probably because they didn't have much people who couldn't afford their mortgages or had enough assets to cushion the impact. Plus, saying the city you lived in wasn't affected by the national crisis as sole example is ridiculous.

As for bonds, our economy depends on debt due to fractional reserve banking, correct? Anybody who takes out a loan generates money as long they're capable of paying it off. When a loan is created, 'fictional' amount of money is granted to you. Let's say, you request a loan of 10,000. You get $10,000 right away that you have to pay back over several years with interest. Now, what happens if you can't afford it anymore? The debt goes unpaid and part of that money is lost if you don't have any assets to pay it off. Now imagine same thing that happened to housing market happens to treasury bonds? I wouldn't be surprised if people started to make money off any 'stable' bonds and then in few decades, it crashes because it went out of control.

Also, the country has an issue with rising prices. It is a real issue that we are seeing right now. Hell, infinitereaper even posted some charts. Do you really think this is sustainable?

Jesus H. Christ, how far is your head up your ass?
#65 - Also, you're for some reason comparing our national debt with …  [+] (1 reply) 09/23/2016 on Fuck you(th) 0
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#69 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
And the national debt is out of control no matter how you look at it, debt is poison, even if we owe it to ourselves, even if geopolitically even though the United States is an untapped goldmind (literally and not) That shit will catch up to us and stifle overall economic progress. Lesson as old as time. It's common sense that in the red is in the dead. America is just one country that existed throughout history.

And we all know how that story ends.
#63 - No, we're not. The United States has hundreds of trillions in …  [+] (3 replies) 09/23/2016 on Fuck you(th) +1
#67 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
Yeah maybe if you're not just barely starting out in life in one could be one of the worse times to be alive. Things too some pretty bad turn post 9/11, cumulating with the financial crises, too big to fail, with mind you was probably the fault of allowing financial mergers, but hey whatevs, inflation, the cost of living, healthcare, education are all grossly outpacing our stagnant wages. Everything is being outsourced anyway.

But I guess if you can't beat um' join um. Gonna hafta to incorporate someday and get some factories in China.
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#65 - EventHorizon (09/23/2016) [-]
Also, you're for some reason comparing our national debt with our predatory rates of tuition and interest. These are domestic and are a result of lack of regulation of these sectors of our economy. They have almost nothing to do with our national debt.
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#69 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
And the national debt is out of control no matter how you look at it, debt is poison, even if we owe it to ourselves, even if geopolitically even though the United States is an untapped goldmind (literally and not) That shit will catch up to us and stifle overall economic progress. Lesson as old as time. It's common sense that in the red is in the dead. America is just one country that existed throughout history.

And we all know how that story ends.
#58 - No, we're not ****** at all. Firstly, the debt is not…  [+] (13 replies) 09/23/2016 on Fuck you(th) +3
#72 - sirquidam (09/23/2016) [-]
"It's stable as fuck"

That's what they said about housing market.
#97 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
The old fucks don't give a shit about our generation.
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#73 - EventHorizon (09/23/2016) [-]
That is 1000% completely different than our NATIONAL economy.
#75 - sirquidam (09/23/2016) [-]
You do realize that. Prior to 2008 crash, good part of our national economy depended on stability of housing market but then all of sudden people couldn't afford to pay their mortgages? That's why there was so many bailouts, we couldn't afford to let those companies fall. National economy isn't single entity, it depends on on entire nation's ability to pay their debts reliably.

Right now, Wall Street and the government are just feigning ignorance and saying all is well. In reality, our economy is mutilated as fuck. Only reason it's still generating money is because of Federal Reserve and that'll crash at some point also because we'll reach a point where debt generated will always be greater than inflation.

Worst thing is, country as whole will probably grind to halt well before then. Citizens becoming unable to support themselves because of rising prices and living wages becoming insufficient.
#85 - anon (09/23/2016) [-]
That has nothing to do with the stability of bonds, friend. You're also assuming the national housing crisis affected the entire nation, which is actually untrue. The city I live in was untouched by the "national" housing crisis.
#91 - sirquidam (09/23/2016) [-]
Withdrawing to anon? Okay then...

Housing crisis did affect the entire nation, some cities that were affected the least probably because they didn't have much people who couldn't afford their mortgages or had enough assets to cushion the impact. Plus, saying the city you lived in wasn't affected by the national crisis as sole example is ridiculous.

As for bonds, our economy depends on debt due to fractional reserve banking, correct? Anybody who takes out a loan generates money as long they're capable of paying it off. When a loan is created, 'fictional' amount of money is granted to you. Let's say, you request a loan of 10,000. You get $10,000 right away that you have to pay back over several years with interest. Now, what happens if you can't afford it anymore? The debt goes unpaid and part of that money is lost if you don't have any assets to pay it off. Now imagine same thing that happened to housing market happens to treasury bonds? I wouldn't be surprised if people started to make money off any 'stable' bonds and then in few decades, it crashes because it went out of control.

Also, the country has an issue with rising prices. It is a real issue that we are seeing right now. Hell, infinitereaper even posted some charts. Do you really think this is sustainable?

Jesus H. Christ, how far is your head up your ass?
#62 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
foodoozled
#61 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
fuuked
#60 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
We're fucked.
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#63 - EventHorizon (09/23/2016) [-]
No, we're not. The United States has hundreds of trillions in assets, both liquid and fixed, which overshadow our relatively paltry national debt by orders of magnitude.

Our national debt is, in essence, "good debt" and beholds other nations such as China and Russia to us.

Combine this with our stellar credit rating and nonexistent default incidence rate, and we are in literally no way "fucked".
#67 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
Yeah maybe if you're not just barely starting out in life in one could be one of the worse times to be alive. Things too some pretty bad turn post 9/11, cumulating with the financial crises, too big to fail, with mind you was probably the fault of allowing financial mergers, but hey whatevs, inflation, the cost of living, healthcare, education are all grossly outpacing our stagnant wages. Everything is being outsourced anyway.

But I guess if you can't beat um' join um. Gonna hafta to incorporate someday and get some factories in China.
User avatar
#65 - EventHorizon (09/23/2016) [-]
Also, you're for some reason comparing our national debt with our predatory rates of tuition and interest. These are domestic and are a result of lack of regulation of these sectors of our economy. They have almost nothing to do with our national debt.
User avatar
#69 - infinitereaper (09/23/2016) [-]
And the national debt is out of control no matter how you look at it, debt is poison, even if we owe it to ourselves, even if geopolitically even though the United States is an untapped goldmind (literally and not) That shit will catch up to us and stifle overall economic progress. Lesson as old as time. It's common sense that in the red is in the dead. America is just one country that existed throughout history.

And we all know how that story ends.

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