Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Yes, I Said That; No I Didn't Say That; Someone Told Me That: All "Fake News" a Hoax

No, that’s “Fake News.” That too is “Fake News.” All “Fake News”

Brain Dead "Fake News" and "Hoax" Story Believers
(No surprise there)

This post and chart and picture above are from a fine piece at Media Matters.

Trump’s deliberate campaign to undermine the legitimacy of the press has convinced a vast swath of the country that major news outlets are fabricating news stories about the president and his administration, according to a new poll.

The Politico/Morning Consult survey finds that 46 percent of voters say that the media make up stories about the president, while 37 percent say they do not.

The critical point: The results are strongly influenced by partisan affiliation.
More than ¾ of Republican voters claim that the press fabricates stories, compared to roughly one in five Democrats.

Memo for that ¾ of Republicans: How do  you discount or disregard (the better word) for Mr. Trump’s own words, his on actions, and his own statements with all the backtracking and staff following him to either correct or clarity or spin his words and action? Tic toc tic toc – the world anxiously awaits your weak-ass logic – even if you know what logic I mean.

Thanks for stopping by and oh BTW: Ask your Republican friends what examples they have to disprove this story and those results. Then sit back and listen to their flimsy excuses – (after they check with Fox and Limbaugh first that is) – usually they will mirror Trump’s own slick and flimsy ones).

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Trump Neglecting Oath of Office to Uphold Our Laws: Serious Cause for Removal

I wish to hear: Therefore I will resign the presidency 
effective at noon tomorrow

The precedence was set August 8, 1974
(3:49 minutes)


For this post, an excellent legal analysis here from Alternet.org on the legal jeopardy that Trump now faces (i.e., not upholding the laws of the land he has sworn to uphold).

President Trump’s EO to effectively sabotage the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — aka: Obamacare — crossed a new legal threshold that could become part of a growing list of ultimately impeachable actions, much like Richard Nixon faced a deepening list of offenses before he resigned from office following the Watergate mess.

That’s because Trump’s willful destruction of Obamacare, a law passed by the Congress — not a regulation promulgated by federal departments — would violate his oath to uphold the Constitution, whose Article Two demands that the president “take care that the laws be faithfully executed.”    

Trying to destroy the law through non-enforcement isn’t just a normal exercise of presidential discretion,” Noah Feldman, Harvard Law School professor and legal columnist, wrote this summer for Bloomberg.com, anticipating Trump’s actions and discussing the Constitution's “Take Care” clause.

Specifically that “take care” Constitutional clause: “… recognizes that the president can’t necessarily enforce every law, but it requires a good-faith effort. Declining to enforce the law so that the law itself ceases to be able to function isn’t good faith.”

What’s new and different about Trump’s presidency at this time is his actions —and his threats tied to governmental actions — which are clashing with different constitutional duties and rights he has sworn to uphold. These are being noticed by legal scholars like Feldman, members of Congress, political insiders, and pundits on the right and left.

Seen in isolation, Trump’s anti-constitutional actions:

1. Attacking the press and free expression (First Amendment),
2. Taking the military into Syria without congressional approval (Article One, Section 8), 
3. Profiting from foreign governments’ use of his properties (Article One, Section 9), and
4.  Abusing his pardon powers (Article Two) by pardoning white nationalist Joe Arpaio doesn’t seem to add up to much.
But collectively, they are triggering and crossing constitutional thresholds in a manner that has little precedent.

My view: It seems clear to me and millions of others I wager that Trump either: (1) does not know or doesn’t understand or care to know, if he knows, he legal jeopardy; or, (2) he is getting poor advice from White House lawyers that is both misleading and false and thus doesn’t speak well for their character or legal knowledge.

Conversely, if W/H lawyers are in fact giving him good sound legal advice about things outlined above and in the article, which show his borderline abuses and he still ignores their sound legal advice, then that’s a whole new “can of worms” as the expression says.

Either way, Mr. Trump should be put on legal public notice by Congress that he is in legal jeopardy for not upholding laws he has sworn to uphold and that none of his EO’s can change or modify laws – only Congress can do that.

Thus, Donald J. Trump is perhaps in “final jeopardy as it were” with only two options to win: Slim and none.

Stay tuned.

And, thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Trump Leading GOP War on Low-Income Americans Healthcare Coverage

Another Trump EO that Gets Huge GOP Applause
(Applause from GOPers with great healthcare plans
who also hate low-income Americans)


Three Updates to this continuing story: 

Call this latest update the third (October 14, 2017). This update poses this question: Are the 4 million plus supporters of Trump still cheering?’  

That is after this sick, sick man just signed an EO that hinders and hampers and hurts them - based on this very good AP story analysis?  

If so, and they still stand by and cheer wildly for and with Trump, then they truly are in need of mental health intervention and ASAP or “stat” as the medial folks yell out in an emergency (i.e., from Latin “statim” – which means “instantly” or “immediately”).


I also wonder: How will Trump pander to, spin, or try and peddle this, um?

I surmise he will spout something like: “I had to do this – the DEMS and GOPers were all against me and not for you, but I am with you. They forced me to take these steps. Now just watch and see them react. In the end this will be a beautiful deal. It will be the most-beautiful deal ever. Guaranteed. Believe it.”

Or, some other similar BS con-man statement. Just my hunch. Wait and see.

Thanks for stopping by.

A second update: Do you want more proof that Trump is a raving maniac and totally out of control and in over his head? If so, read this sick response from him on the ACA cuts to low-income Americans that he wants in place – full report link below: 



The first update is here from NY Magazine — The Daily Intelligencer. 

First, it is opening two loopholes to allow healthy people to purchase unregulated insurance, splitting the market and loading more costs onto people with expensive medical needs.

Second, it announced tonight it is ending cost-sharing payments to insurers who take on low-income customers.

And, premiums are going to rise in the meantime, because insurers are subjected to greater uncertainty and the now-demonstrated knowledge that the administration is deliberately sabotaging the law they are operating under.

These changes are designed to put pressure on insurers, increasing premiums by an average of 19 percent, and even splitting up the individual insurance markets. Whether they will succeed is yet to be seen. States committed to making Obamacare work will find solutions that keep their markets intact.

Indeed, there has been a marked difference in the premium levels of states that are trying to help cover their citizens (Blue states) vs. those that aren’t (hint: Red states – no surprise there, um?).  

What’s more, by withholding payments promised in law, the administration is exposing itself to a lawsuit it could very well lose (e.g., NY AG Eric Schneiderman has already announced his intention to sue and 16 other states will join in and sue Trump).
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Original Post From Here: So, Donald J. Trump is the president if all the people – well maybe not the needy it would appear by this action – his latest “EO – Executive Order.” Details here with this introduction from the Washington Post

And also from the NY Times here … The GOP cheering is truly sickening, isn’t it? Must be a “conservative” thing?

Yes, it would appear so. Disgusting to say the least.

Trump is throwing a bomb into the insurance marketplaces created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA: Obamacare), choosing to end critical payments to health insurers that help millions of lower-income Americans afford coverage.

This decision will allow “alternative health plans” to skirt the law’s requirements.

(I note: Maybe Conway named it “alternative health care” kinda like you know: “Alternative Facts?”)

The White House confirms that it would halt federal payments for cost-sharing reductions, although the statement did not specify when.

According to two people briefed on the decision, the cutoff will be as of November. Those subsidies total about $7 billion this year.

(I further note: That health care coverage to millions is care that million for the first time in their lives have a decent plan – but, obviously Trump could care less).

Trump has threatened for months to stop the payments, which help eligible consumers afford to pay for their deductibles and other out-of-pocket expenses.

(My final note: W/H officials held off while other administration officials warned him that such a move would cause an implosion of the ACA marketplaces that could be blamed on Republicans – but again, Trump could care less – BTW: He has super care, um?).

Summary: Trump is a very, very sick man. He treats low-income Americans (which BTW low-income means they have a job or two or three) like trash to be thrown out on DPW pick up day.

It must be a GOP conservative thing all the while advocating huge tax breaks to the top and hope it “trickles down,” right? – Yeah sure.

Stories continue at the two links above. 

Now stay tuned as we wait on the fallout to see what the all GOP-run congress will do or react to this awful deal.

Thanks for stopping by.




Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Trump: Unfit and Unstable Yet Has His Finger Near the Nuclear Button

Does he need a rational logical reason, or simple anger

Can anyone stop Trump if he wants to push “the nuclear button?” 

That is, can someone / anyone safe guarded nuclear codes from Trump acting irrationally in a preemptive war state of mind?

Actually, no. Trump as the CINC alone has the ultimate power to “throw the switch or push the button and order a nuclear strike.” No one else has that power or authority but here is a lesson in history from this fine Newsweek article and review – the highlights:

As a practical matter, simply passing a law won’t necessarily restrain presidential war making authority (first strike for example without us being attacked).

Our experience with the War Powers Resolution (WPR) makes that clear, thus:

If the WPR does anything, it bars the continuation of hostilities beyond 60 days unless Congress has declared war or passed a specific statutory authorization for war.

In fact, “the view that the 60-day clock is constitutional has remained consistent executive branch law throughout the Reagan, Bush-Quayle, Clinton, Bush-Cheney, and Obama administrations.”

Twice in recent decades presidents have blown by that limit: first in Kosovo in 1999, and second in Libya in 2011. Each time, the clear language of the law didn’t matter: the president ordered the military to keep bombing, and they did.

The military upon receiving that order must obey and respond quickly without question; otherwise their only option would be a full-blown military coup and in American history, that would be a first. Then of course, we’ve never had someone like Trump as CINC, either… so “roll the dice” as it were and take our chances.

But he could get pissed off at the people around him sounding the alarm about how wrong and deadly his one-man show would be. Then he might just walk off the job:

To hell with this job, I'm outta here 

Trump’s stability and mental sanity is starting to get some attention. And, with his proven deeds in the past and personality, he might “push the button” just to save his own ass. Things like this might push him over the proverbial edge as it were.

Are you willing to do that – to take that chance? And, here we are today, sort of.

Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Immigration According to Trump: English-Speaking Only With Special Skills Welcome

Trump Empire Inc. Now Hiring: Heed the Sign
(Ah, the good old days)

Halt!!! Proof of English and Job Skills Only, Capisce


Link to this post’s story from here with this headline: 


Background: The latest T-rump movie production will be labeled: “Only immigrants who speak English and have special skills are hereafter welcome…”

FYI: A report in early 2009 by the DHS Office of Immigration Statistics estimated the number of “unauthorized immigrants” in the United States at 10.7 million. That was down from 11.6 million in 2008. 

The recent decline in immigration coincided with the economic downturn in the U.S., but figures were still up from 2000, when illegal immigrants numbered some 8.5 million.

More here too (from the history channel) >>>

Since the 1960’s, our immigration system has largely based entry on family ties, giving preference to those with relatives who are citizens. But now Trump once again proposes moving away from that policy, and instead is focusing instead on an immigration system that would prioritize high-skilled immigrants only who speak English already before being admitted.

My advice to Mr. T-rump is simple: Read and commit to memory the excellent article linked above.

Note there is a list of 12 immigrants (and probably hundreds or more) who came to America with practically nothing and little or no English skills. They all realized and wanted the “American Dream.” 


Probably Drumpf ancestors, too, I suspect!!!

Now, those highlighted 12 have more than enough money and acclaim to show for their efforts. That's the American way — what we all strive for. 

Well, maybe for most but will be harder to achieve under this President. A damn shame, too.

Still, thanks for stopping by.





Sunday, October 8, 2017

Close Look at the Skilled, Crafty Con-Artist Mind and Sleazy Tactics of Donald J. Trump

Picture Not So Perfect


Trump – the classic TV showman, product pitchman, and above all else, skilled, crafty con-artist. His best and most well-known tactics – short list only:

1. Con and fool everyone to make a deal that suits him while professing it helps everyone.

2.  Back track on the deal when it goes south and looks like it’s falling apart, then start blaming others for the failure – ever himself.

3.  At the same time, start claiming victory in various PR addresses while bragging about yourself and past good deals (which the top ones also fell apart or went bankrupt) then hide or excuse the evidence that shows you have failed at the same time he cheers and brags about a totally new deal forthcoming, which will top them all, but really never comes.

Trump exaggerates everything about himself and lies 24/7. He never admits to a lie. He denies even a proven lie and even in his own words when caught red-handed by changing the subject or brushing it aside. He then offers more fluff for himself. That is who Trump is and he has the record to prove it.

Here is a 40-minute video truly worth watching. The subject: 

“Explosive New Documentary for Donald Trump’s Financial Ties 
to Russian Oligarchs”

It is worth your time to watch it. It was published at USA News on September 14, 2017.



Thanks for stopping by – share the video with your friends – highly enlightening to say the least.

Friday, October 6, 2017

GOP Religious Zealots Anti-Abortion and Anti-Birth Control: WTF Make Up Your Mind

Quoted by John Dean in “Conservatives Without Conscience (2006)

Then Sen. Goldwater (R-AZ) lost big in 1964 in an historical “landslide” to LBJ – he only got 52 electoral votes in just 6 states, but boy was he right in that quote as evidenced by the following in this post – enjoy:

The Trump administration announced that effective immediately, the birth control mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will no longer be in effect.

Under the ACA (Obamacare) some 62 million American women have been able to access birth control without a co-pay under their insurance plans.

The new rule from the Trump administration undoes that part of the preventive care requirement of the ACA, which requires that all insurance plans guarantee birth control with no co-pay.

Simply stated: If a religiously affiliated employer had a religious objection to birth control, the Affordable Care Act ensured that employees’ birth control was covered through other means. 

The new Trump administration rule not only eliminates that coverage protection for employees, but allows any employer — not just those that are religiously affiliated — to deny employees coverage for birth control if they say they have a religious or moral objection.

This long-rumored religious and moral exemption is expected to energize Trump’s base and infuriate his opponents.

Advocates such as the National Women’s Law Center announced immediate plans to attempt to block the new rule in court.

Basically any employer can now say: “I have a religious or moral objection to birth control and I don’t want it in my health plan for my employees.”

BTW: This is not completely separate from clerks like in KY who said they don’t want to issue same-sex marriage licenses since it goes against their religious belief.

According to the AP the Trump administration has estimated that 200 employers who have already voiced objections to the Obama-era policy would qualify for the expanded opt-out, and that 120,000 women would be affected. It is unclear how major religiously affiliated employers, such as Catholic hospitals and universities, will respond as they did in the past.

I conclude with this extract from this neat article here in part (with my editing to fit the blog):


So, logically, why wouldn’t the anti-abortion crowd support this increase in contraception, and thus subsequent prevention of any abortions? That is a reasonable question, isn’t it?

Sadly, this rationale is that many if not most of GOP’s far right perceive most forms of contraception as: “an equivalent to abortion.

Thus by their logic (which is really illogical), Planned Parenthood isn’t “preventing” abortions – it is just doing them another way – that is via the Pill, IUDs, etc. instead of drug-induced or surgical abortions.

So, if someone is of the mindset that a fertilized ovum is the equivalent of a person or human being or “a baby”, then it becomes outrageous to allow the prescription of a product that will “kill” that egg and thus kill the “human being” ergo, they are killing a “baby.”

Those same zealots want to stop organizations like PP which provide women access to such medications, or even to public schools which educate our children about such alternatives – hence their staunch opposition to even comprehensive sex education – how pathetic is all that? A lot I’d have to say.

So, where will all this insane madness and illogical GOP thinking end? Probably after they destroy the planet in the name of goodness or worse “for their party’s sake.”

The Bottom Line (even if that’s possible to have a bottom line): Okay to use freedom of religion to block someone else’s rights to their freedoms and claim “God’s work” as your right – be damned with other people’s right...!!!

Whew boy.

Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Gun "Silencers" (Sound Suppressors) Could Be Legal: For Whom, What Reason, Why

Silencers for Whom, Against Whom, What Logical Reason 
(Oh, To Protect Hearing: Utter Bulls**t)

A bill (H.R. 367) was moving through Congress and mostly with GOP rightwing/RED state nitwit lawmaker support. They say their push to end restrictions and stiff requirements to have a gun silencer is about protecting the hearing of gun owners exposed to high-volume blasts while hunting or target shooting. 

They even have the gall to call the bill The Hearing Protection Act, (how sick and ironic is that – fancy label serious consequences). 

More here from a very good article (Huffington Post) and from here (US News & World Report).

Typical example of that misguided insanity from one sponsor of the bill is Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) who says: “This legislation is about safety ― plain and simple. I’m very active in sport shooting and hunting, and I can’t tell you how better off the shooting sports enthusiasts would be if we had easier access to suppressors to help protect our hearing.”

(My Insert: Why not just buy ear plugs or ear headphone-style suppressor. And, the title, fancy, catchy and meaningless. How how about “don’t hamper police trying to ID a shooter – a silencer would make locating the shooter via weapon noise than ever)..

A similar bill failed to make it out of committee in 2015, but now that Republicans are in control of the White House and both chambers of Congress, the measure has a much better chance of passing.

Even Donald “Serial Liar” Trump Jr., has put his support behind the effort, saying in an interview with the CEO of manufacturer “SilencerCo” last fall that the current regulations were “just another rule the government wants to put in place for no reason.” 

(Memo for Trump Jr. just STFU and do us all a huge favor, okay)?

Advocates for gun violence prevention say the bill is a gift to the firearms industry, and to criminals, because it would make it easier to fire a gun undetected just like Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT): “Silencers are used to conceal the fact that you are firing a weapon – not just protecting hearing. There will be more crimes committed, more people killed if the current bill passes.

I totally agree with Sen. Murphy and many law enforcement officials, too – who do not advocate repealing the current restrictions – now in place since 1934. 

In rare cases, police and the military use silencers – but that is save their own lives – while in concealment to protect themselves, and always under strict guidelines, too.

This so-called “hearing protection act” is lousy legislation. It should not see the light of day. 

Track your Rep. to see whose side they are on: yours and logic or total madness for the gun manufacturers and NRA. Then let them know your view.

Listed by state for the bill (H.R. 367) are the co-sponsors

FYI: There are 165 to date: 4 DEMS and 161 GOPers. No surprise about that, is there?

Thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Trump Blasts “Deplorable's” Supporter Label: Now He Calls His Critics “Ingrates”

Hey, Ingrates – Love and support me or get out of my country


Above photo headlines from the article:


Here is my substitute caption for the same picture: “Hey asshole respect me, stay loyal to me, support me 100%, or get out of my country.”  /s/ The Donald

Pride of the GOP who is upholding American standards, sustaining and protecting our values, and showing and setting the example of dignified leadership around the globe, um?

My take: Hands down – the worst president in American history ... undignified, uncouth, unprincipled, uninformed, and unprepared for the office and job.

A lot more:

Trump failed to disavow the Ku Klux Klan in Feb 2016, but he’ll have you know he is not racist - he claims to be “the least racist person that you have ever met,” and even last summer he pulled out the old standby about not having a racist bone in his body. Oh yeah, reflect back full details on some more here – lest we forget:

1. He attacked Muslim Gold Star parents.
2. He claimed a judge was biased because “he’s a Mexican.”
3. The Justice Department sued his company ― twice ― for not renting to black people.
4. In fact, discrimination against black people has been a pattern in his career:  

Example: Workers at Trump’s casinos in Atlantic City accused him of racism over the years. The NJ Casino Control Commission fined the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino $200,000 in 1992 because managers would remove African-American card dealers at the request of a certain big-spending gambler. A NJ state appeals court upheld the fine.

5. He refused to condemn the white supremacists who are campaigning for him.
6. He questioned whether President Obama was born in the United States.
7. He treats racial groups as monoliths.
8. He trashed Native Americans.
9. He encouraged the mob justice that resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of the Central Park Five.
10. He condoned the beating of a Black Lives Matter protester.
11.  He called supporters who beat up a homeless Latino man “passionate.”
12.  He stereotyped Jews and shared an anti-Semitic meme created by white supremacists.
13.  He treats African-American supporters as tokens to dispel the idea he is racist.

The icing on the cake as it were:

GOPers who love and defend rump say: “He is not a racist, that’s just who he is – it’s his way.”

Oh, yeah, recall this early assessment of Trump remarks:

Paul Ryan rips Donald Trump remarks as “textbook definition of racist comment” – CNN Politics

Want to see a real first rate GOP hypocrite - here he is par excellence:


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Friday, September 29, 2017

GOP Still Peddling “Trickle Down” BS With the Trump “Tax Plan” 1,000 Laughs Okay

Started “Way Back When” – Same BS Line GOPers Fall For
(Boy are they consistent)


The heart of any GOPer plan – albeit a black hearted tax plan is surely a widow to their soul: “Never give up on TRICKLE DOWN…”

The story from here (Washington Post) with this Headline:


Trump's tax “plan” gives himself a $1.1 billion tax cut. Ponder that for a minute.

Then recall his #1 campaign promise to help the forgotten man and woman in America ... however, get in line behind him. No, damnit the other line – the bread line...

The first line is for Trump “steak” holders. The line behind is for the other 98% of Americans – you know, the ones “left behind” for the scraps – e.g., hot dogs ground up from leftovers from the top crust.

Now tell me it’s not true.

Thanks for stopping by – oh, BTW: What’s in your wallet – not much I expect.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Trump Tax Tribute (T-3) – “Tax Plan” for Rich Buds and PAC-factors in 2020

This "Plan" Like ACA (Obama-care) "Repeal Plan" – DOA 
(Hopefully)

Praise the Lord for this “Tax Plan” 
(Now I can afford my own jet and not use Uncle Sam's)

The post for today is based on the so-called “Trump Tax Plan.” It is what I call “T-3: Trump’s Tax Tribute” (to his rich pals), and a tribulation for the rest of us down the road, cite:

The main story comes from The APmy emphasis on this “plan” comes from that piece. I call it: “The good, the bad, and the ugly” (not original, I know, but catchy nevertheless).

Sadly, it is mostly or solely designed and modeled by and strictly for “Trump Empire, Inc.” more in layman’s terms.

Highlights:

·        It nearly doubles the standard deduction to $12,000 for individuals and $24,000 for families (i.e., not taxed from income).
·        Reduces total number of personal tax brackets from the current 7 to just 3 – GOP claims as years ago: Most Americans will be able to file their taxes on a postcard.
·        Individual tax rates would be 12, 25, and 35 percent.

It recommends (Note: does not mandate): A surcharge for the very wealthy but, it does not set the income levels at which the rates would apply either. Thus, it's not clear how much of a tax cut would go to a typical rich family.

·        It helps families by increasing the child tax credit and opening it to families with higher incomes (Note: why they can’t afford a nanny). Currently that credit is $1,000 per child.
·        It would limit the “marriage penalty” on the joint income of couples who both work.
·        It proposes a new tax credit of $500 to help pay for the care of the elderly and the sick who are claimed as dependents by the taxpayer.
·        It keeps deductions for mortgage interest and charitable giving in place, but the plan seeks to end most itemized deductions that can reduce how much affluent families pay.
·        It retains existing tax benefits for college and retirement savings such as 401k contribution plans.

I call this last part, the boxed off part for we the 98% of public, the “Trump de Grâce.” Rather than cutting taxes equally across the board that would make sense and serve us all, he whacks off our heads. Tough words I know, but a crappy plan,

1.  The estate tax — which is levied on millionaires — would be eliminated, a likely boon for wealthy individuals who inherit businesses, investments and real estate.

IMPACT OF ESTATE TAX ELIMINATION SEEN HERE - neat um?


2.  Companies would find themselves paying substantially lower tax rates, part of an effort to make U.S. businesses more competitive globally.

3.  Corporations would see their top tax rate cut from 35 percent to 20 percent.

4.  For a period of five years, companies could further reduce how much they pay by immediately writing off their investments.

5.  New benefits would be given to firms in which the profits double as the owners' personal income. They would pay at a 25 percent rate, down 39.6 percent.

Note: All that creates a possible loophole for rich investors, lawyers, doctors, and others, but Trump administration officials say they will design measures to prevent any abuses.

Another guffaw now authorized if you believe that, coupled with this with them also saying the tax plan is focused on helping middle class families.

The kicker: Despite six months of talks with congressional leaders — the outline above still lacks vital details about how middle class families would fare.  

There are signs, however, (and no surprise here) that the wealthiest sliver of Americans could still reap tremendous benefits from the proposed changes, even though Trump has suggested that rich will not be better off.

I note: Trump is a serial lying con-artist, so what else would we expect him to do?

Yep that’s right: He will do the exact opposite of what he says. Then he turns right around and says he didn’t say what the heard him say.

How ironic is that? Wait and see. This T-3 plan is in short no plan at all except for greater wealth for the top 1% plus a few more at the top who are already ultra-wealthy.

Thanks for stopping by.