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Reply #90 posted 12/06/17 6:58am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

RodeoSchro said:



That wasn't my question.

the question was based on the false statement that it would lead to such increases to the debt or deficit. I reject that on its face.

I am not sure how much is too much... a trillion or whatever even over 10 years seems like too much. But again I reject that. That figure seems to be made up by applying the worst case to the situation and assuming the current state of the economy.

it is like when my city wanted to pass beer and wine sales... they said "the city over there makes $X and the one over there makes $Y....and they said we would make $W (by a per-capita average) but that was a lie as some of the X and Y towns were people from here... so both were inflated.... in fact the other two towns had lobbyist against US passing it because they knew they would lose revenues.

lol, so who are we supposed to believe? Actual economists or your own hunch. lol

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Reply #91 posted 12/06/17 7:01am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

the question was based on the false statement that it would lead to such increases to the debt or deficit. I reject that on its face.

I am not sure how much is too much... a trillion or whatever even over 10 years seems like too much. But again I reject that. That figure seems to be made up by applying the worst case to the situation and assuming the current state of the economy.

it is like when my city wanted to pass beer and wine sales... they said "the city over there makes $X and the one over there makes $Y....and they said we would make $W (by a per-capita average) but that was a lie as some of the X and Y towns were people from here... so both were inflated.... in fact the other two towns had lobbyist against US passing it because they knew they would lose revenues.

lol, so who are we supposed to believe? Actual economists or your own hunch. lol

you believe what you like... i did not say you should agree with me. i was asked a question about how much is too much and i said I do not think it will be like that.

But in the case of how they project... that is what they do. They go by what the state of things is NOW and apply that change to is as if the change itself will have no impact. but the change WILL have an impact. Even releasing the figures has an impact. even LOOKING at the numbers has an impact.

What I said was you can not predict what will happen in reaction to a change.

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Reply #92 posted 12/06/17 7:18am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

lol, so who are we supposed to believe? Actual economists or your own hunch. lol

you believe what you like... i did not say you should agree with me. i was asked a question about how much is too much and i said I do not think it will be like that.

But in the case of how they project... that is what they do. They go by what the state of things is NOW and apply that change to is as if the change itself will have no impact. but the change WILL have an impact. Even releasing the figures has an impact. even LOOKING at the numbers has an impact.

What I said was you can not predict what will happen in reaction to a change.

Thank you for reminding me that i can believe what i want. lol

,,,and you are also free to believe all the nonfact based things your fellow partisans want you to believe also.

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Reply #93 posted 12/06/17 7:23am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

you believe what you like... i did not say you should agree with me. i was asked a question about how much is too much and i said I do not think it will be like that.

But in the case of how they project... that is what they do. They go by what the state of things is NOW and apply that change to is as if the change itself will have no impact. but the change WILL have an impact. Even releasing the figures has an impact. even LOOKING at the numbers has an impact.

What I said was you can not predict what will happen in reaction to a change.

Thank you for reminding me that i can believe what i want. lol

,,,and you are also free to believe all the nonfact based things your fellow partisans want you to believe also.

interesting...

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Reply #94 posted 12/06/17 7:32am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

It was a big deal for him under Obama. It only matters to him along partisan lines.



I anxiously await his numerical answer to my question.

Seems like such a simple question too. The blah blah blahblah no working.


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