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  1. 3 month arc - feels like June/July with hopes of no re-lapse in the early winter months.
  2. Sorry about that downtime, appreciate everyone's patience.
  3. Nailed it. The difference I see between Bloomberg and Trump is that Mike seems to be in it for the right reasons - he genuinely cares. I think Trump is more motivated by power and ego.
  4. I'm not saying I want her as the nominee but could we please please please let Warren debate Trump just once? Pretty please?
  5. Reduce the deficit? You're kidding, right?
  6. Back to the original question, would I vote for him? Over Trump? Sure. Would he be my first choice? No. Why? Simple, literally buying a political election seems like a further erosion of our democratic values. And heavens knows we've seen enough authoritarianism with DJT.
  7. Speaking of ads on Facebook, he's the first candidate I've seen from either party for any office go after Trump on this issue ...
  8. The federal deficit under President Donald Trump will top $1 trillion this yearT, the Congressional Budget Office announced in its annual fiscal outlook on Tuesday. The gap between the amount of money the federal government spends and how much revenue it brings in is expected to continue to widen, averaging $1.3 trillion every year for the next decade. While the current economy is strong, the independent budget agency said the nation will suffer unless Congress makes “significant changes to tax and spending policies.” Debt growing toward record level: The national debt topped $22 trillion just two years into Trump’s tenure, and federal debt held by the public is projected to rise to $31.4 trillion at the end of 2030, CBO said. That amounts to 98 percent of GDP. https://www.politico.com/news/2020/01/28/federal-deficit-one-trillion-trump-107901