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Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« on: October 04, 2017, 04:22:04 AM »
Trump made couple of comments in PR that has the left and MSM falling all over themselves.

One comment was that the recovery is playing havoc with the budget.

Another was the territory was basically a wreck before the hurricane.

These comments have offended many. I ask, what is true about both these comments?

Answer: They are both 100% accurate, but the snowflakes cannot handle these. Another example of the left not being able to handle the truth.
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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2017, 09:16:40 AM »
It's a third world country....of course it was a wreck before the Hurricane.
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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2017, 12:01:45 PM »
It's infrastructure is archaic Outside of San Juan most of the houses couldn't withstand a direct hit from a storm half that size. They have had decades of corruption. PR Never had a chance.


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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2017, 12:16:49 PM »
The sad state of affairs in PR isn't hard to figure out. There are two main political parties running the place, accounting for over 90% of the vote. One can be described as hard-left Democrats, the other as not-quite-so-hard-left Democrats. There's no significant conservative political party in PR.

Economically, the territory suffers from two of the symptomatic maladies of Democrat rule -- crippling public debt and unfunded runaway pension liability. Per capita GDP is about half that of mainland USA. The population is shrinking, meaning that the tax base shrinks too. Almost all those leaving PR are relocating to mainland USA, and generally signing up for welfare benefits. (They are US citizens.) I heard on the radio just the other day that Puerto Rican government bonds were trading for 34 cents on the dollar -- BEFORE the hurricane.

Essentially all aspects of PR's infrastructure are in the hands of the government, including most notably (in the wake of the hurricane) the electrical grid. For decades, tax revenues and other funds have been redirected from construction and maintenance of capital investments toward other socially-oriented projects better aimed at garnering votes.

It's the same old sad Democrat story.
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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #4 on: October 05, 2017, 12:54:55 PM »
The sad state of affairs in PR isn't hard to figure out. There are two main political parties running the place, accounting for over 90% of the vote. One can be described as hard-left Democrats, the other as not-quite-so-hard-left Democrats. There's no significant conservative political party in PR.

Economically, the territory suffers from two of the symptomatic maladies of Democrat rule -- crippling public debt and unfunded runaway pension liability. Per capita GDP is about half that of mainland USA. The population is shrinking, meaning that the tax base shrinks too. Almost all those leaving PR are relocating to mainland USA, and generally signing up for welfare benefits. (They are US citizens.) I heard on the radio just the other day that Puerto Rican government bonds were trading for 34 cents on the dollar -- BEFORE the hurricane.

Essentially all aspects of PR's infrastructure are in the hands of the government, including most notably (in the wake of the hurricane) the electrical grid. For decades, tax revenues and other funds have been redirected from construction and maintenance of capital investments toward other socially-oriented projects better aimed at garnering votes.

It's the same old sad Democrat story.

And it never changes.
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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #5 on: October 05, 2017, 01:09:22 PM »
The sad state of affairs in PR isn't hard to figure out. There are two main political parties running the place, accounting for over 90% of the vote. One can be described as hard-left Democrats, the other as not-quite-so-hard-left Democrats. There's no significant conservative political party in PR.



Now, why does that sound familiar? :biggrin:
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Re: Trump's PR Comments - Snowflakes Are Melting
« Reply #6 on: October 05, 2017, 05:41:03 PM »
Now, why does that sound familiar? :biggrin:

You've got RINO fee-vah....

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