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Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: Duffy] #2996497
08/14/19 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Duffy
Too early to tell.


roflmao

Like we don't know how will tariffs affect small business and prices.

And for what reason exactly?

Spite?

Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: mundus] #2996500
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Originally Posted by mundus
The farmers who backed Trump are getting screwed, gee who could have seen this coming? Trump screws everyone who trusts him, always has, always will.


Cheeto's war on farmers isn't over yet. Still to add is the "public charge" policy against immigration which really hits farm worker who need that type of assistance due to the low paying agriculture jobs.

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Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: stu dog] #2996504
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Originally Posted by stu dog
Originally Posted by mundus
The farmers who backed Trump are getting screwed, gee who could have seen this coming? Trump screws everyone who trusts him, always has, always will.


Cheeto's war on farmers isn't over yet. Still to add is the "public charge" policy against immigration which really hits farm worker who need that type of assistance due to the low paying agriculture jobs.

Having trouble feeling any sympathy for them, voting has consequences.

Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: hal9000] #2996505
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"Farmers" are by and large huge, rich corporations that you guys usually want to tax to hell to get your "fair share"

Spare me the crocodile tears


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Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: mundus] #2996530
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Originally Posted by mundus
Originally Posted by stu dog
Originally Posted by mundus
The farmers who backed Trump are getting screwed, gee who could have seen this coming? Trump screws everyone who trusts him, always has, always will.


Cheeto's war on farmers isn't over yet. Still to add is the "public charge" policy against immigration which really hits farm worker who need that type of assistance due to the low paying agriculture jobs.

Having trouble feeling any sympathy for them, voting has consequences.


also forgot Cheeto still hasn't fully paid out both rounds of bail outs to farmers. He's fucked them over so bad

Re: How are the tariffs paying off so far? [Re: ifallalot] #2996545
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Originally Posted by ifallalot
"Farmers" are by and large huge, rich corporations that you guys usually want to tax to hell to get your "fair share"

Spare me the crocodile tears



they're the biggest corporate welfare babies of them all.


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