Analysis'It's not good for me. Believe me': Actually, Trump tax plan a boon for the rich, experts say.

'It's not good for me. Believe me' THIS statement from a Trump that's been statistically PROVEN to LIE over 90% of the time.
http://www.politicususa.com/2016/03/31/ninety-one-percent-donald-trump-false.html

A person who LIES over 90% of the time , is clinically a pathological LIAR. AND this is the man leading America.

Average working American under TRUMPS and the republican TAX CUTS receives an extra $180 a year in tax savings , while Trump and his BILLIONAIRE buddies receive over 800 thousand in tax cuts PER YEAR.

While TRUMP continues his CARNIE ACT , Americans remain more divided than ever and under the deliberate fog of pettiness, confusion and distraction, these right wingers continue to DISMANTLE ALL government protectionist agencies, gut government for the benefit of the wealthy 1/10 of one percent who fund their Party.

The Trump TAX CUTS, leave economists knowing that TRUMP and his right wing buddies are deliberately BANKRUPTING the US government and this whole HOUSE of CARDS is going to collapse and take world governments with it.

The ONLY power that can stand up to the wealthy 1/10 of one percent that control 90% of ALL of Americas wealth IS GOVERNMENT of and BY the PEOPLE. That's why these right winger subversives are hell bent on destroying all government as we know it.

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humanitys team 1 year 2 weeks ago
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Politics is the art of lying .Historians would make better politicians ...at least they try and get to the truth ?

The creators of the system do not want any transparency . The first thing that We The People must do is make the money system completely visible ...visiblity is another word for truth. We then have to decentralise the economy .Instead of having one massive economy we have to create lots of little ones .Get rid of the pyrimid of power structure create a line of power . Those in power seek centralisation and power over we have to create a power with and a decentralised system.Land and resource belong to all the worlds people not just those that claim to own them . Dependance is humanitys Achilies heal.

Truth and power of the few do not mix .

ronsears 1 year 2 weeks ago
#2

How about expanding this decentralized thought a bit.

If you decentralize energy (roof top solar, local wind power, small scale hydro, etc.) you also take away the centralized political power of coal, gas and oil (electric cars) to pay big bribes to politicians.

Also, it is simple common sense to not have our entire national government all located in one place at any one time. How about keeping all our Senators and Representatives distributed/local where they are accessible and responsive to local political influence, and not sitting ducks for a single successful terror attack.

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zapdam. 1 year 2 weeks ago
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ronsears

For house builders, developers. decentralized energy is the cost-effective route to achieving carbon targets. This approach to low carbon energy provision gives the opportunity to promote a locally provided, sustainable, competitive and smarter energy choice.

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