Tuesday, August 09, 2016

New Clinton campaign ad goes after Donald Trump's economic plan.

Courtesy of The Hill:

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign released a video on Monday that warns about dangers in Republican Donald Trump's economic plans. 

The video comes hours before Trump is scheduled to present his economic plan and is a direct shot at the GOP nominee on an issue that polls have suggested is a strong one for him. 

The video, titled "What you need to know about Trumponomics," highlights an analysis from Moody's Analytics in June that said Trump's economic proposals would cause a "lengthy recession." 

The analysis says the economy would be "significantly weaker" if the businessman's proposals were adopted and predicts a loss of close to 3.5 million jobs by the end of his presidency. 

It also showed the candidate's proposals would benefit the nation's wealthiest and hurt poorer Americans the most.

Yeah I think that anybody who does not realize that a Donald Trump presidency is only going to benefit people like Donald Trump and screw over the little guy has not been paying attention to his history as a businessman.

I mean the guy does not even pay his own bills, why would we think he would pay the country's bills?

I have to admit I really love how easy it is to use Trump's words against him in ads.

If he keeps on talking the Clinton campaign may not have to hire any writers for their advertising campaign at all.

Though knowing Trump he will probably charge them a writer's fee of his own.


  1. Anonymous4:17 AM

    Tax cuts for the rich is hardly a new GOP plan!

  2. I always think of Zoolander when I see him or his wife. They both have that "Blue Steel" pout.

    And only because looks matter to him, has anyone told him how ugly he is? And fat?

    1. Anonymous7:01 AM

      Resting Bitch Face

  3. Anonymous5:17 AM

    This is mucking futs - wonder who's funding this and who has such a black heart as to use the grief of these parents to fuel a political campaign -


    1. Anonymous7:06 AM

      I don't think they will get far with the lawsuit.

    2. Anonymous11:42 AM

      According to CBS news one of the plaintiffs is Patti Smith, the nasty woman, “Hillary for Prison” fame, from the RNC, so don’t feel like someone is using them.

      After the spectacle she made of herself at the convention I believe she is out for revenge and money. She really got over crying when she started spewing the venom at Hillary.

      If anyone wants to sue for defamation, it should be Hillary suing her!!!

      Clinton campaign responded that Hillary has already been proven not responsible by many investigations.

  4. Anonymous5:36 AM

    O/T Maybe DWS was right


  5. Anonymous6:02 AM

    Why can his devoted followers NOT SEE that Donald's presidential candidacy is just Trump University writ large--

    a yuuuge, the YUUUGEST, get-rich-quick scheme ever to fleece the rubes??

  6. More Insanity From Trump
    As the saying goes, continuing to do the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, is insane.
    So Trump rolled out his version of trickle down economics. Cutting taxes and raising spending. Apparently expecting growth from tax cuts to increase income enough to pay for his trillion dollar plans. It would be laughable, if not for the reality that Americans have fallen for this economic insanity for over 30 years. The reality is, that economic thinking has failed every time it has been tried and left us with multi-trillion dollar debts.
    I guess we should expect this kind of economic insanity from a guy who has had his businesses end in bankruptcy multiple times, yet, considers himself a successful businessman. I have to wonder whatever happened to the idea that we have to invest money to make money and cut our indebtedness. It really does come down to simple math, but I guess his college did not teach such simple tactics.
    It wasn't just rich people who have had their taxes cut over the last 30 years, and we can't pay off our debt by just taxing the rich. So Clinton's economic plans are just as flawed, even if the Democrats win majority besides the White House. Getting rid of corporate welfare and tax cuts will bring in 100's of millions of dollars, but that still leaves a huge debt compared to Clinton's trillion dollar spending plans. The choice is what you prefer government to spend your tax money on, no matter how much the debt is increased.
    I'm sure glad I won't be alive to pay for this financial mess, and glad my votes did not support such insane financial tactics that created this financial mess.

  7. Anonymous11:34 AM

    Ivanka's company, the architect of daddies economic plan, doesn’t offer maternity leave according to one of her designers.

    Other than copying and pasting the plan from the Republican budget, Ivanka must be the one responsible for the Nanny child care tax break for the rich.

  8. Anonymous11:42 AM

    I am so sick of Trump. He promises shit he won't ever deliver. The only thing sure about his campaign in the hate. He's delivered on that. If by some godawful reason he does become president all the nasty shitheads will come out of the woodworks, including the ones that are slowly slinking back by not endorsing him. They almost had their Hitler moment.

  9. Anita Winecooler6:26 PM

    Hillary's ads are effective and her plan is well laid out on her website. It shows she's given a lot of thought to what matters to the average sane voter. The GOP has people who never in their lives not voted Republican, coming out of the woodwork, even if they don't vote Hillary, they're still helping her by showing how absolutely nuts Trump is.


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