1) A fool and his money are soon parted
2) There's a sucker born every minute.
2) Force employers to pay a 10% tax on that salary
Isn't this the part where all the "free market" believers tell us that "companies never pay taxes, they just pass them on to their customers"?
So far, we've got Trump proposing a 35% tax on US companies that build products overseas and Slashdot fools telling us that raising taxes on companies will lead to greater employment.
Did something change with the Trump inauguration that's suddenly made believers in "economic liberty and small government" love taxes?
those are your choices with pretty much every single product in the world.
No. There are more smartphones than cars in the world, but I can buy a Ford with an automatic transmission, a manual transmission, a big trunk, a small trunk, hatchback, truck bed or 20" rims that spin backward when I drive.
So where is my 2017 Samsung or Apple with a replaceable battery?
Trump cares what people think of him.
Trump cares what some people think of him.
No, he won because there's a whole swatch of pout and out stupid people in the middle of the country.
But then I realized it was 100% accurate.
English is awesome.
We're talking about EGO. We outweigh everyone else added together.
Did you not notice???
I'd like to grab her by the pussy
You can't afford that pussy.
But you can rent one just like it at certain Moscow hotels.
President Obama had a super majority congress when he was elected too. Don't worry, they never last long.
I wouldn't bet on that. The vast majority of congressional districts are gerrymandered so that only a very significant change in political preferences will change which party wins the seat. Obama managed that in 2008 but Trump (and the rest of the Republicans) will have to colossally screw up to make things change significantly in 2018. The Senate is even worse, as I understand it, most of the seats that come up for re-election is 2018 are already held by Democrats.
And both Canada and Russia are larger than the United States geographically. I guess that would make one of them the largest democratic nation in the world if we were to go by geographic size. But we don't, not when we talk about "largest democracy." People vote, rocks don't.
Hey, Canada has rocks AND trees.
Good includes the fact that he's not dependent on campaign contributors like almost all major politicians are.
And that's why today Sheldon Adelson was the first billionaire donor ever to attend an inaugural luncheon.
Trump did not "self-fund" his campaign. That's a rural myth.
They just didn't make the decision that you wanted the to make.
When were consumers given the choice of buying a slightly fatter S7 with a bigger, safer battery?
When were iPhone 7 consumers given that decision?
The idle man does not know what it is to enjoy rest.