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Americas sad birthday.

earthlypotluck

Well-known member
Midalake,
As scary as this sounds, let's just pretend you have been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States....
I am curious what you would of done differently to stop the current events that supposedly Donald Trump horribly failed at? Remember you are now the President and everything is at your disposal....
 

Kraemer

Well-known member
I LOVE the United States of America.

This is why I speak so loudly about the worst leader of men in my lifetime. The pendulant child with a nasty narssictic disorder named Donald J Trump.
Think maybe you misunderstood the word you’re trying to use. Pendulant is an adjective meaning to “hang down” like a pendulum. Maybe you meant petulant?? Anyhow your lack of understanding and lack of education shows regularly. I suggest that you google any word three syllables or more.
 

Micheal_R

Moderator
Staff member
Think maybe you misunderstood the word you’re trying to use. Pendulant is an adjective meaning to “hang down” like a pendulum. Maybe you meant petulant?? Anyhow your lack of understanding and lack of education shows regularly. I suggest that you google any word three syllables or more.
If you look up the word petulant in the dictionary, I believe that you will find a picture of our resident troll under 'definition'.. :)

Calm seas

Micheal
 

Confetrit

Well-known member
If you look up the word petulant in the dictionary, I believe that you will find a picture of our resident troll under 'definition'.. :)

Calm seas

Micheal
Very well done Micheal. And this is what is meant by one being" Schooled", although I'm sure this will go in one ear and out the other. I suppose one has to have a mind in order to "waste it".
 

Guvner

Administrator
Staff member
Why don't you do a search of Marxism and the proletariat on Google so you can collect your thoughts.... You'll feel much better you POS...

G..
 

midalake

TROLL
Why don't you do a search of Marxism and the proletariat
I don't think you would know what a "proletariat" was if one came and slapped you alongside your head.
HOWEVER the current faux conservatives of the last three decades have YOU and other angry whites here on this forum, right in that proletariat class.
YOUR, lack of affordable health care, YOUR, wage stagnation, YOUR lack of working rights, YOUR lack of a tax cuts compared to the rich. ALL BROUGHT to you by conservative's.
YOU,
have less wages, less buying power, less savings, LESS EVERYTHING than the same worker in 1980. YOU ARE A PROLETARIAT.

Guvner, you should be pissed off!


One last thought: Your toxic conservatism is a real danger to our country and will be voted out come Nov.
 
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tvr

Well-known member
YOUR, lack of affordable health care, YOUR, wage stagnation, YOUR lack of working rights, YOUR lack of a tax cuts compared to the rich. ALL BROUGHT to you by conservative's.
YOU,
have less wages, less buying power, less savings, LESS EVERYTHING than the same worker in 1980.
Go to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics web page and do a little research. Every single one of your claims is false. The actual data proves your claims are false.
 

midalake

TROLL
One last thought: Your toxic conservatism is a real danger to our country and will be voted out come Nov.
Go to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics web page and do a little research. Every single one of your claims is false. The actual data proves your claims are false.
Go ahead and post your information!
 

tvr

Well-known member
It is all on the BLS pages. Go look. As I've alluded to before, it is useful for students to do their own work. The effort to do so is educational. Don't just take all the slanted reports you post for granted, go verify them (and see how they fall apart).
 

midalake

TROLL
As I've alluded to before
As I have alluded to as well. Many people on this site like to use their "feelings". I already know the truth. POST your information or take a knee.

Just looking at wages! How is your eye plan? Dental plan? I know how mine was in the 1980's. When I actually had them.

CEOs make 278 times more than typical workersCEO-to-worker compensation ratio, 1965–2018
YearCEO-to-worker compensation ratio based on options realizedCEO-to-worker compensation ratio based on options granted
196519.915.5
196621.116.3
196722.317.3
196823.518.2
196923.223.2
197023.023.0
197122.722.7
197222.422.4
197322.217.2
197423.523.5
197524.924.9
197626.426.4
197728.028.0
197829.723.1
197931.624.5
198033.626.1
198135.727.7
198237.929.4
198340.331.3
198442.933.2
198545.535.3
198648.437.6
198751.539.9
198854.742.4
198958.145.1
199070.454.6
199185.266.1
1992103.280.0
1993114.499.3
199486.5116.2
1995120.6129.4
1996154.1181.4
1997225.2236.3
1998294.8293.0
1999265.6283.8
2000368.1386.4
2001210.4321.9
2002186.4234.7
2003228.7226.9
2004265.0234.3
2005320.1245.1
2006342.2250.9
2007345.9241.1
2008237.8225.3
2009195.3182.3
2010225.1203.3
2011233.0213.5
2012275.7205.3
2013290.5211.8
2014296.4221.4
2015284.3214.8
2016262.6209.0
2017280.8215.7
2018278.1221.0



ChartData
Notes: CEO average annual compensation is measured for CEOs at the top 350 U.S. firms ranked by sales. Two measures are computed, differing in the treatment of stock options: One uses “options realized,” and the other uses the value of “options granted.” Both series also include salary, bonus, restricted stock awards, and long-term incentive payouts for CEOs. Projected value for 2018 is based on the percent change in CEO pay in the samples available in June 2017 and in June 2018 (labeled first-half [FH] data) applied to the full-year 2017 value. Projections for compensation based on options granted and options realized are calculated separately. “Typical worker” compensation is the average annual compensation of the workers in the key industry of the firms in the sample.
Source: Authors’ analysis of data from Compustat’s ExecuComp database, the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Current Employment Statistics data series, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis NIPA tables


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tvr

Well-known member
The small set of data you chose to show proves that real wages for production workers is significantly higher now than it was in 1980. And you chose a very narrow sample in only using urban wage earners.

Your claim was " YOU, have less wages, less buying power, less savings, LESS EVERYTHING than the same worker in 1980."

You did not say anything about CEO wages, so I stand by my original statement, that you will find that the data does not support what you first posted in what I had previously quoted.
 
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