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#150 - Picture  [+] (3 new replies) 06/24/2016 on RIP EU +22
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#486 - spunkmckullins (23 hours ago) [-]
Uncertainty always brings economic instability. Literally your own picture shows it already recovering.

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#325 - biscuitsunited (06/24/2016) [-]
We havent actually left yet, that just because bankers betted against a brexit, and lost, simple as that. Its recovering already.
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#171 - fatsigurd (06/24/2016) [-]
it's already recovering.
of course big change like this will bring uncertainty, which causes the market to plummet, but you will see that the value of the pound sterling will actually increase over time
#29 - I think there are many politicians like that currently in our …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
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#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#27 - It doesn't bother me he wasn't in politics before, i just agre…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
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#28 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I think we need to turn away from politicians. They're people that get paid to have uninformed decisions on things.

Climate denial
Evolution denial
yada yada yada.
They're know-nothings with zero actual traits or abilities.
They can't DO anything besides be a politician.
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#29 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I think there are many politicians like that currently in our system but i wouldn't vote for someone just because they weren't a politician. I'll vote for the person I agree most with on policy regardless of background. I think we need publicly funded elections and then we can truly have a say at who goes in office. Anyone can run as long as they have a message that can garner support.
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#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#24 - I'm just repeating what I herd Johnson say. It is ******** th…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
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#25 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Not to get too circlejerky, but I dislike how people say "Trump isn't a politician". Big business IS politics at his level. Plus his bullying tactics during debates... it's just so high school-esque I don't know how people aren't instantly put off by that. But y'know "Highschool never ends" so everyone wants to jump on with the "cool kid" that has the dead ferret on his head.
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#27 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
It doesn't bother me he wasn't in politics before, i just agree with many of his policies and the fact that he is running for president makes him a politician now...
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#28 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I think we need to turn away from politicians. They're people that get paid to have uninformed decisions on things.

Climate denial
Evolution denial
yada yada yada.
They're know-nothings with zero actual traits or abilities.
They can't DO anything besides be a politician.
User avatar
#29 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I think there are many politicians like that currently in our system but i wouldn't vote for someone just because they weren't a politician. I'll vote for the person I agree most with on policy regardless of background. I think we need publicly funded elections and then we can truly have a say at who goes in office. Anyone can run as long as they have a message that can garner support.
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#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#19 - Yes and replace it with a consumption tax which is a 23% sales…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
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#21 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Corporations already don't pay taxes. Just like the rich.
I want a president that will actually enforce that shit. I'm sick of these corporations and rich folk getting to skimp on taxes because they're cheating the system due to them being rich and being able to (ie. Trump).
#32 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
pssst.. hey. The top 10% pay over 50% of the nations total tax revenue
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#33 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
False. Tax income (as a whole) is less than 50% of "Total tax revenue" so that statement can't even be remotely true.

Were you trying to say that the top 10% pay 50% of their income in taxes? Cause that'd be accurate. Even then, it's a percentage, but you there are plenty of loopholes and off-shore accounts to get around, so really they're "paying" 50%.
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#24 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'm just repeating what I herd Johnson say. It is bullshit that they get away with that but i don't think Trump would be the person to do it. Plus the fact that he wants to lower corporate taxes.
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#25 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Not to get too circlejerky, but I dislike how people say "Trump isn't a politician". Big business IS politics at his level. Plus his bullying tactics during debates... it's just so high school-esque I don't know how people aren't instantly put off by that. But y'know "Highschool never ends" so everyone wants to jump on with the "cool kid" that has the dead ferret on his head.
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#27 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
It doesn't bother me he wasn't in politics before, i just agree with many of his policies and the fact that he is running for president makes him a politician now...
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#28 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I think we need to turn away from politicians. They're people that get paid to have uninformed decisions on things.

Climate denial
Evolution denial
yada yada yada.
They're know-nothings with zero actual traits or abilities.
They can't DO anything besides be a politician.
User avatar
#29 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I think there are many politicians like that currently in our system but i wouldn't vote for someone just because they weren't a politician. I'll vote for the person I agree most with on policy regardless of background. I think we need publicly funded elections and then we can truly have a say at who goes in office. Anyone can run as long as they have a message that can garner support.
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#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#10 - I'll need to vote for everything else besides president so I'l… 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
#8 - I was Bernie or bust because Hillary is terrible. And I don't …  [+] (4 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate 0
#15 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
"He's a climate denier." And you're a socialist? Never mind. I was going to talk to you about Garry Johnson, but I can see you are a retard. I'm out.
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#9 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah. I'm not voting for anybody, but I'm supporting Trump.

It's a lose-lose situation no matter who goes into the White House.
#16 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'm sure the 3-5 supreme court nominations Hillary will appoint to legislate from the bench is EXACTLY what Trump would do. Lose, lose! Why do young people get to vote. You are all so fucking stupid. Go vote for Trump, dipshit. It makes a huge difference. You can thank me when you are 30 and your taxes aren't over 50% and the internet isn't censored.
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#10 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'll need to vote for everything else besides president so I'll vote for Jill Stein while im there. But yeah, there's nothing good that can come from this election.
#6 - I don't like Johnson for his tax plan either, that's why i sup…  [+] (21 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate -1
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#26 - goodhomer (06/21/2016) [-]
Consumption taxes are more easily enforceable.

Not for or against, just stating a fact.
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#18 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Wait, the Johnson guy wants to get rid of corporate taxes?
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#19 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
Yes and replace it with a consumption tax which is a 23% sales tax on all new goods.
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#21 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Corporations already don't pay taxes. Just like the rich.
I want a president that will actually enforce that shit. I'm sick of these corporations and rich folk getting to skimp on taxes because they're cheating the system due to them being rich and being able to (ie. Trump).
#32 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
pssst.. hey. The top 10% pay over 50% of the nations total tax revenue
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#33 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
False. Tax income (as a whole) is less than 50% of "Total tax revenue" so that statement can't even be remotely true.

Were you trying to say that the top 10% pay 50% of their income in taxes? Cause that'd be accurate. Even then, it's a percentage, but you there are plenty of loopholes and off-shore accounts to get around, so really they're "paying" 50%.
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#24 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'm just repeating what I herd Johnson say. It is bullshit that they get away with that but i don't think Trump would be the person to do it. Plus the fact that he wants to lower corporate taxes.
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#25 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Not to get too circlejerky, but I dislike how people say "Trump isn't a politician". Big business IS politics at his level. Plus his bullying tactics during debates... it's just so high school-esque I don't know how people aren't instantly put off by that. But y'know "Highschool never ends" so everyone wants to jump on with the "cool kid" that has the dead ferret on his head.
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#27 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
It doesn't bother me he wasn't in politics before, i just agree with many of his policies and the fact that he is running for president makes him a politician now...
User avatar
#28 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I think we need to turn away from politicians. They're people that get paid to have uninformed decisions on things.

Climate denial
Evolution denial
yada yada yada.
They're know-nothings with zero actual traits or abilities.
They can't DO anything besides be a politician.
User avatar
#29 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I think there are many politicians like that currently in our system but i wouldn't vote for someone just because they weren't a politician. I'll vote for the person I agree most with on policy regardless of background. I think we need publicly funded elections and then we can truly have a say at who goes in office. Anyone can run as long as they have a message that can garner support.
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#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#14 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
That is not how the Fair Tax works at all. >>#13
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#7 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
I don't support Bernie.
Trump2016.
But I don't think his tax plan would work out, anyway. It's far too drastically different compared to the system we've got in play now. Too many people will have trouble adapting.

I had an argument about Bernie this morning with my father. He says that he doesn't support Trump because he's racist. Yet the example he gave me wasn't even considered racism. He thinks that pointing out the race of someone is considered racism. It was a touchy subject, but I don't think it was racism. I think Trump was being stupid, not that he's a racist.
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#23 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I also don't like that Trump skimps (or has skimped) on his taxes. Shows a dishonest person, which is a trait I really want in a leader.
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#20 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I'd say it depends on the context if it's racist or not. I'm not sure what incident you're really pointing to. I just think Trump's an idiot and too far-gone from normal to know what's good for the average citizen (same with like 99% of all politicians, honestly. They're all too rich and far removed)

In a person experience your comment reminded me of, my dad is all for Trump. Which is fine and dandy, I suppose. But my dad is also a climate denier, an evolution denier, and is very much close-minded about nearly everything.
I told him I didn't care for Trump, and he started yelling at me that I was gonna vote for Hillary (Spoiler alert: I'm not) and calling me a socialist and a communist.

Basically my dad's crazy.
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#8 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I was Bernie or bust because Hillary is terrible. And I don't think Trumps tax plan would work and I dont think Johnson's tax plan would work. But i'm not voting for Trump because he's a climate denier and that's far too much for me. But the argument that you shouldn't vote for Trump because he is a racist is ridiculous. You shouldn't vote for someone based on policy you disagree with; despite the fact that i don't think Trump is racist.
#15 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
"He's a climate denier." And you're a socialist? Never mind. I was going to talk to you about Garry Johnson, but I can see you are a retard. I'm out.
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#9 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah. I'm not voting for anybody, but I'm supporting Trump.

It's a lose-lose situation no matter who goes into the White House.
#16 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'm sure the 3-5 supreme court nominations Hillary will appoint to legislate from the bench is EXACTLY what Trump would do. Lose, lose! Why do young people get to vote. You are all so fucking stupid. Go vote for Trump, dipshit. It makes a huge difference. You can thank me when you are 30 and your taxes aren't over 50% and the internet isn't censored.
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#10 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'll need to vote for everything else besides president so I'll vote for Jill Stein while im there. But yeah, there's nothing good that can come from this election.
#4 - Jill stein of the Green party would be more like Bernie. Johns…  [+] (25 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Let Gary Johnson debate +1
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#5 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
Sure.
My dad is really into Bernie and he wants to vote for Gary Johnson. But I saw what he approves of and I'm not for him.
He wants to change up the tax system to where everything will be far more expensive, but we never have to pay income taxes.
He said something like adding 27% tax rate to everything that we buy? So, like, if you buy something for $200, you'll be adding another $27 for taxes alone.
#17 - comradewinter (06/21/2016) [-]
27% of 200 is 54, not 27.
#13 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
It's called the Fair Tax, and that's not how it works at all. Yes, it is a consumption tax. However, there is a prebate so the average person making 40k a year will not pay taxes. You get a check in the mail every month for about $450. If you pay more than $450 in sales taxes a month THEN, and only THEN, will you be paying taxes out of your pocket. The average American get to keep every cent they make.
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#6 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I don't like Johnson for his tax plan either, that's why i support Jill Stein (since Bernie has a .1% chance of getting the nomination now). And its basically a 27% tax on all new goods and he wants to get rid of all corporate taxes. Its like having democratic social policies with far right economic policies.
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#26 - goodhomer (06/21/2016) [-]
Consumption taxes are more easily enforceable.

Not for or against, just stating a fact.
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#18 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Wait, the Johnson guy wants to get rid of corporate taxes?
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#19 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
Yes and replace it with a consumption tax which is a 23% sales tax on all new goods.
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#21 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Corporations already don't pay taxes. Just like the rich.
I want a president that will actually enforce that shit. I'm sick of these corporations and rich folk getting to skimp on taxes because they're cheating the system due to them being rich and being able to (ie. Trump).
#32 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
pssst.. hey. The top 10% pay over 50% of the nations total tax revenue
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#33 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
False. Tax income (as a whole) is less than 50% of "Total tax revenue" so that statement can't even be remotely true.

Were you trying to say that the top 10% pay 50% of their income in taxes? Cause that'd be accurate. Even then, it's a percentage, but you there are plenty of loopholes and off-shore accounts to get around, so really they're "paying" 50%.
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#24 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'm just repeating what I herd Johnson say. It is bullshit that they get away with that but i don't think Trump would be the person to do it. Plus the fact that he wants to lower corporate taxes.
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#25 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Not to get too circlejerky, but I dislike how people say "Trump isn't a politician". Big business IS politics at his level. Plus his bullying tactics during debates... it's just so high school-esque I don't know how people aren't instantly put off by that. But y'know "Highschool never ends" so everyone wants to jump on with the "cool kid" that has the dead ferret on his head.
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#27 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
It doesn't bother me he wasn't in politics before, i just agree with many of his policies and the fact that he is running for president makes him a politician now...
User avatar
#28 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I think we need to turn away from politicians. They're people that get paid to have uninformed decisions on things.

Climate denial
Evolution denial
yada yada yada.
They're know-nothings with zero actual traits or abilities.
They can't DO anything besides be a politician.
User avatar
#29 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I think there are many politicians like that currently in our system but i wouldn't vote for someone just because they weren't a politician. I'll vote for the person I agree most with on policy regardless of background. I think we need publicly funded elections and then we can truly have a say at who goes in office. Anyone can run as long as they have a message that can garner support.
User avatar
#30 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I didn't mean that I'd vote for someone just cause they weren't a politician. I just mean that a lot of politicians are so rich and far-removed from society that they don't know how normal people function. There's generations of politicians that are bred JUST to be a politician. They don't understand normal human struggles.
#14 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
That is not how the Fair Tax works at all. >>#13
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#7 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
I don't support Bernie.
Trump2016.
But I don't think his tax plan would work out, anyway. It's far too drastically different compared to the system we've got in play now. Too many people will have trouble adapting.

I had an argument about Bernie this morning with my father. He says that he doesn't support Trump because he's racist. Yet the example he gave me wasn't even considered racism. He thinks that pointing out the race of someone is considered racism. It was a touchy subject, but I don't think it was racism. I think Trump was being stupid, not that he's a racist.
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#23 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
Oh I also don't like that Trump skimps (or has skimped) on his taxes. Shows a dishonest person, which is a trait I really want in a leader.
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#20 - thegoblingamer (06/21/2016) [-]
I'd say it depends on the context if it's racist or not. I'm not sure what incident you're really pointing to. I just think Trump's an idiot and too far-gone from normal to know what's good for the average citizen (same with like 99% of all politicians, honestly. They're all too rich and far removed)

In a person experience your comment reminded me of, my dad is all for Trump. Which is fine and dandy, I suppose. But my dad is also a climate denier, an evolution denier, and is very much close-minded about nearly everything.
I told him I didn't care for Trump, and he started yelling at me that I was gonna vote for Hillary (Spoiler alert: I'm not) and calling me a socialist and a communist.

Basically my dad's crazy.
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#8 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I was Bernie or bust because Hillary is terrible. And I don't think Trumps tax plan would work and I dont think Johnson's tax plan would work. But i'm not voting for Trump because he's a climate denier and that's far too much for me. But the argument that you shouldn't vote for Trump because he is a racist is ridiculous. You shouldn't vote for someone based on policy you disagree with; despite the fact that i don't think Trump is racist.
#15 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
"He's a climate denier." And you're a socialist? Never mind. I was going to talk to you about Garry Johnson, but I can see you are a retard. I'm out.
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#9 - scootabot (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah. I'm not voting for anybody, but I'm supporting Trump.

It's a lose-lose situation no matter who goes into the White House.
#16 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'm sure the 3-5 supreme court nominations Hillary will appoint to legislate from the bench is EXACTLY what Trump would do. Lose, lose! Why do young people get to vote. You are all so fucking stupid. Go vote for Trump, dipshit. It makes a huge difference. You can thank me when you are 30 and your taxes aren't over 50% and the internet isn't censored.
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#10 - UncleCurtis (06/21/2016) [-]
I'll need to vote for everything else besides president so I'll vote for Jill Stein while im there. But yeah, there's nothing good that can come from this election.
#30 - Yeah thats not true at all.  [+] (9 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Dilbert on Trump +7
#36 - kmichel (06/21/2016) [-]
No, it's true. He was one of the major corporate supporters who urged Obama to consider immediate action on climate change. This was during Obama's first term. Now, he's simply appealing to his voter base.
#128 - arandomanon (06/21/2016) [-]
>Someone says "this is true", shows proof
>Someone else says "this is false", shows no proof
>People agree more with person #2 just because they agree with the hivermind
>????
And some people still say FJ is so much better than tumblr
#137 - kmichel (06/21/2016) [-]
I'm on my phone since I'm traveling and can't attach photos. Just search around Google for an image of a black circle with a bunch of names of corporate leaders below it. People on FJ have seen it posted quite a few times.
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#139 - arandomanon (06/21/2016) [-]
>"Google an image of a back circle with a bunch of names of corporate leaders below it"
This can't be any vaguer. I'm not saying you're lying or anything, but I can't search for the proof myself, specially with such a description.
#140 - kmichel (06/21/2016) [-]
Dude, I'm not asking you to Google an image of a black circle. I just found it by searching "trump climate change signature", or "urgent action Obama trump" from my earlier description. It's like 20 images down. I just can't attach because my phone is weird.
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#141 - arandomanon (06/21/2016) [-]
"Just search around Google for an image of a black circle with a bunch of names of corporate leaders below it"
"Dude, I'm not asking you to Google an image of a black circle"
...okay?

Googled the first term, showed the results UncleCurtis posted. Googled the second, you seem to be right.
grist.org/politics/donald-trump-climate-action-new-york-times/
www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/06/obama-trump-climate-change-213942
For anyone who's interested.
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#67 - darman (06/21/2016) [-]
Yeah but how does that play out? Does he do nothing for four more years until his second term as he's still accountable. The fact he's been so willing to bend his beliefs to co-opt the republican party is every bit as worrying as Hillary's same behavior.
#138 - kmichel (06/21/2016) [-]
You know, your guess is as good as mine. He can still salvage his reputation by being consistent in his claim that he's a "unifier", and enact some policy to satisfy both sides
#45 - anon (06/21/2016) [-]
this is true