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chaostian

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Date Signed Up:3/02/2013
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#943 - This absolutely infuriates me. Shes a grown woman that is allo…  [+] (2 replies) 09/18/2016 on ABSOLUTELY ANNIHILATED -1
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#945 - womanexplain (09/18/2016) [-]
Also nice assumptions made here you fucking dumb white knight go off yourself you stupid uppity shit you have no idea what children need from parents.
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#944 - womanexplain (09/18/2016) [-]
Fuck off cunt I said that I don't care if she fucks the world's population as long as it doesn't affect someone else you ignorant shit
this content is old as fuck too so fuck off
#146 - **** I screwed the TLDR spoiler.. my bad. Rip me either way he…  [+] (2 replies) 09/17/2016 on Rupusces Zosu Vicer 0
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#147 - theism (09/17/2016) [-]
Calling a dismissal a win is a bit generous. The most interesting thing about this data is the number of settlements, considering Trump claims not to settle.
#149 - chaostian (09/17/2016) [-]
When you are the defendant. Second best case scenario is a dismissal. Of course best case is a complete win, it opens up avenues for a.. damn I cant remember the term just a counter. In some cases you gain for them attacking you, but for sure if you are the defendant everything besides you losing, or being forced into a settlement is a win for you.

As plaintiff its the reverse.
#145 - Here.. I will personally thank you for allowing me to take the…  [+] (5 replies) 09/17/2016 on Rupusces Zosu Vicer +1
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#148 - theism (09/17/2016) [-]
We buy cheap goods because that's what consumers want. We don't trade with China out of the kindness of our hearts. It's a mutually beneficial relationship as any entry level economist could tell you. It's beyond ridiculous to assume we'd see the same standard of living entirely on domestic manufacturing.
The wall is the only thing Trump has been consistent on.
Then you certainly would hate Trump, considering his primary goal is beating ISIS and he's willing to compromise anything to meet that. Which is why he supports Putin so heavily.
#150 - chaostian (09/17/2016) [-]
It goes deeper than that. Current FTAs, instill a strong tariff on american made goods in countries like china. Thats well, and good. The issue stems from the fact that quite a few countries in asia carry a strong Tariff rate with the US, and maintain cheap rates with china. If we went into the TPP we would lose our Tariff protection from them. we cant compete with what they already have, and frankly its bullshit the leverage they have, and if we entered the TPP we would lose all of our economical leverage, and we would have nearly 0 reason to produce any low cost products. Not to mention that the average worker here in america would be technically competing in a global based work force..... I want to see any reason why we should build a factory in america when Vietnam, or china has so many willing, and cheaply paid workers to hire. Economics is a war in, and of itself. We enter the TPP which almost all the other candidates support. We will doom almost every manufacturing position we have. It will be cheaper, and easier to build everything in another country. THIS IS NOT A GOOD THING. We need to step away from countries like china who are manufacturing power houses. With cheap labor, and cheap conditions. Provide our own competition, and secure better deals within the Americas, and Europe. Our standard of living improving by a tiny margin is not a good exchange for the jobs, and economic pressure we would lose on the world.
#146 - chaostian (09/17/2016) [-]
Fuck I screwed the TLDR spoiler.. my bad. Rip me either way here is the other chart. Im to lazy to make a plantif one, but safe to say its generally the same outlook He wins more than loses, and at most his loses are dismissals. Over actual losses.
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#147 - theism (09/17/2016) [-]
Calling a dismissal a win is a bit generous. The most interesting thing about this data is the number of settlements, considering Trump claims not to settle.
#149 - chaostian (09/17/2016) [-]
When you are the defendant. Second best case scenario is a dismissal. Of course best case is a complete win, it opens up avenues for a.. damn I cant remember the term just a counter. In some cases you gain for them attacking you, but for sure if you are the defendant everything besides you losing, or being forced into a settlement is a win for you.

As plaintiff its the reverse.