Skip to comments.Winning, Winning, Winning! President Trump Decreases Debt to GDP Ratio...
Posted on 10/19/2019 9:20:12 AM PDT by LibertyWoman
FULL TITLE: Winning, Winning, Winning! President Trump Decreases Debt to GDP Ratio Indicating Economy Growing Faster than US Debt!
The ratio of debt to GDP is decreasing drastically from 105.3% when Obama was President to 103.2% at the end of the 2nd Quarter of 2019! (Note that Obama increased the Debt to GDP ratio by 30% over his first two years and more than 40% during his two terms in office. Also, under Obama the Fed kept rates at 0% for his first seven years!
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
winning never sleeps with trump in office!
Ain’t it great?? Just wish we could fully enjoy it without the daily assault.
A very good article by Jim Hoft. Thanks for posting. HOORAY Chief.
I am pretty sure this is impeachable
Peach fohdie fibe
The daily assault is actually how you can measure the man.
If he were doing the Lefist’s work for them, we’d hear far far less than we do now.
He’s not only killing their agenda, he is paving the way for their agenda to remain harmed for decades to come, as he puts in place judges who have a firm grasp of the Constitution and their directive to adhere to it’s tenets.
Some of these judges will sitting on courts for another thirty or more years. Some of their judgments will be used as case law for many decades after they are gone.
This is a sea change in the nation.
Many things will be affected for the positive.
Congress will see this and get right on spending more.
It all keeps heading in the right direction. Voters would have to be crazy not to keep it going next year. I think here in LA, it’s working for the Republican candidate for governor, too.
Why can't you?
I have. I cut my cable years ago. I don't pay attention to MSM.
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