Lots of libbies have made fun of Trump's name, and even used derogatory German words to mock him. It was shocking to see Robert Reich stoop to this level. I wonder what the libbies would say if folks called Ted Cruz Ted Cross, and called him stupido.
That's not making fun of his name. That IS his name. It was changed when he came to the US, but his original surname was Drumpf.
Unlike Trump, who calls his opponents names just about every time he talks.
Doesn't the fact that there are 0 people on the Team DS side make you pause and consider that perhaps you are fighting an imaginary battle against no one?
I'm going to start a thread called Team Tatupu against Team Poop on a stick where I maintain that filet mignon tastes better than poop on a stick. And I'll consider it vindication if more people prefer filet mignon. Of course I'm preserving all your posts about food as proof of your beliefs too...
I have already saved all the posting here and the other thread so when post recession recovery happens in the next cycle we can show why the extreme left and right have no idea what the hell they're talking about
And I've done the same. I'm guessing they won't be taking your calls on CNBC at that point...
"In 1979, using this criterion, the average middle class household brought in $61,542 annually. By 2011, the last year of EPI's study, middle-class household income had only increased to $72,036, or just 17% overall. By comparison, the annual household income of the top 1% of American households rose by almost 150% over that same timespan to more than $1.5 million. The EPI estimates that if middle-class household incomes had kept pace with the top 1% between 1979 and 2011, they would have had an average annual income of $156,318 in 2011."