"Under Hillary's plan, our economy would create 10.4 million jobs in her first term alone. "

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  1. thermodynamic Suspended

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    https://www.hillaryclinton.com/feed...er-hillarys-proposal-in-her-first-term-alone/

    My two cents to each point, in no order:

    5. Sounds nice
    2. Since companies demand big college degrees for even menial jobs, the current system is clearly unsustainable. A shame that Obama didn't do more of substance.
    1. Shame Obama didn't do much with this, maybe Hillary will.
    3. Sounds like trickle down economics finally enforced. If companies that sold Reagan and us the concept didn't follow through with it, then maybe she should step in? Companies will whine but they've proven to be dishonest.
    4. Didn't Obama ask the same thing but since 2008 nothing's happened since, as Democrats keep asking? Just how ineffectual had Obama been? How much obstruction? Could an executive order have worked? Can Congress veto executive orders?
     
  2. Snoopy4 macrumors 6502a

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    I thought sniffing coke went out of style in the 80's.
     
  3. DrewDaHilp1 macrumors 6502a

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    1. Make the boldest investment in good-paying jobs since World War II, by investing in infrastructure, manufacturing, research and technology, clean energy, and small businesses.
    2. Make debt free college available to all Americans, and allow Americans with existing debt to refinance their student loans.
    3. Rewrite the rules so that more companies share profits with employees—and fewer ship profits and jobs overseas.
    4. Make corporations, the wealthy, and Wall Street pay their fair share, by fighting to close loopholes like the Buffett Rule.
    5. Create policies that support 21st-century families, like equal pay, guaranteed paid leave, and reduced child care costs.
    1. Good luck with trying to compete with China, and India.
    2. How about no, since government gave us the student loan mess in the first place.
    3. I thought liberals said trickle down was a myth. So now you are going to "force" companies to pay more, while competing with near slave wages of China and India just to name a few. All the while forcing companies to offer paid leave and subsidized child care.
    4. The top 20% of earners already pay 84% of taxes.
    5. Pay should be between employer and employee, no one else. Don't have paid leave? Find a job that does. No one forced you to have a child, you should have planned accordingly, it's not a companies job to help raise your child.
     
  4. maxsix Suspended

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    Not to mention her questionable health.

    Hillarys hiding quite a frail side:

    "Emails obtained by Citizens United through a FOIA request and released on Tuesday suggest that walking around a stage may have been a challenging burden for Hillary Clinton as early as 2009.

    In a 2009 email exchange between top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Clinton Global Initiative employees Amitabh Desai and Ed Hughes, Abedin reveals that Clinton cannot walk around the stage like her husband Bill Clinton and would need a podium for an upcoming address.

    “Just want to make sure someone has coordinated with you on hrc speech set up,” Abedin writes. “She won’t be able to give it in the round like [Bill Clinton] does walking around with microphone,” she explains. “Are we able to set it up so shes speaking at a podium [sic]?”

    Hughes explains to Abedin that a high table that doubles as a podium will be on the stage for Clinton’s use, but also notes that “the room is set ‘stage in the round’ with the circular stage in the center of the round, audience all around in concentric circles … similar to some of last year’s campaign rallies with public in the background.”

    Interestingly, even that raises a red flag for Abedin. “I’m worried that will be an issue for her. Can we do a half round or something?” she asks. The exchange suggests that Clinton not only may have trouble physically walking around a stage, but also some trouble focusing with the presence of a crowd behind her."




    http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/emails-hillary-needs-podium-speak/
     
  5. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    She seemed to do fine with Trump stalking her on stage at the last debate.
     

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