NAFTA isn't a treaty. And neither was O's great achievement of the Iran deal.
I've made a daily habit out of checking twitter in the morning now.
Today's $#@!s cover Assange, Ford, DNC hack, Obamacare, and the "Schumer clowns". Pretty strong for a Wednesday morning.
Twitter, the pole Donald J. Trump is using to shove right up the lying medias ass. No lube.
Trump's NSA director's consulting firm has some interesting clients, including this one:
Cierco is the majority shareholder of BPA, a bank that, at least in the past, laundered money for the Russian mob.
Not sure where to put this so I'll put it here
A pox on both their houses! Get your house in fiscal order!
Jesus $#@!ing Christ
It's in German, but you get the idea. Some Kraut moving company commercial. Funny $#@!...
The way he says, "Donald" in that German astonished accent kills me.
Almost sounds like Scooby Doo.
Some of you fanbois need to ask Strong and Mack fanbois how they feel. Putting your faith in a politician only serves to show everyone what a $#@!ing idiot you are.
Not a fanbois, but thinking of the juxtaposition of FUPM's Tweet history next to Trump's has the day beginning with a significant level of humor.
Cup of coffee, check email, take $#@!, surf shaggy, check twitter.
Today's hits, "head clown Chuck Schumer". Scold democrats and republicans for not working together to fix Obamacare. "Dishonest media". Pro-intelligence.
Ford Motor Company's decision this week to cancel construction of an auto plant in Mexico has shocked that country, causing the peso to slump and stirring up outrage toward incoming President Donald Trump. Anger is high toward Trump in the state where the Ford plant was under construction — and was slated to employ nearly 3,000 local workers.
Usually the dusty construction site of the now-shuttered Mexican Ford auto plant is full of activity. Now only one large tractor can be seen grading roads at the 700-acre site, located outside the small town of Villa de Reyes in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi.
Guards at the site's entrance say that the mood is very tense, and that the situation is deeply discouraging.
"We all thought this was a long term project," says Juan Gonzalez, who had hoped to stay on when the Ford plant opened in three years.
Gustavo Puente Orozco, San Luis Potosi's Secretary of Economic Development, says the news, while not totally unexpected, came as a shock. Donald Trump began putting a lot of pressure on Ford to pull out of Mexico during the campaign, but Puente says Ford officials in Mexico kept assuring him the project was moving forward, and he says that all the construction kept going.
Ford says it was market forces that prompted them to cancel the Mexico plant — small cars, like the Ford Focus that was to be built here, just haven't been selling well, especially with low gas prices.
The scrapped project adds to a rough start to 2017 for Mexicans. Gas prices in the country spiked by as much as 20 percent in some parts of the country on Jan. 1, when the government lifted long-imposed subsidies. The peso dropped by more a full percentage point on the Ford news, and there are fears that inflation is going to rise above 4 percent this year.
Protests have broken out every day since the gas prices spiked, with demonstrators blocking major highways and thoroughfares in states throughout the country.
Near the scuttled Ford plant in the nearby town of Villa De Reyes, residents are directing most of their anger about Mexico's woes at the American president-elect.
As music blares from a food stall in the town's small outdoor market, housewife Maria de Jesus Ramirez Martinez gets visibly angry when asked about the Ford plant closure.
"Trump is blaming us Mexicans for everything ... and it's not right ... it's just not right," she says. Ramirez says that the town was counting on those jobs — and that without them, more Mexicans will head north to the United States to find work.
San Luis Potosi has been a bright spot in Mexico's otherwise sluggish economy; with so many international companies here, unemployment is officially below 3 percent, and the region has been growing at twice the pace of the country as a whole.
On Villa de Reyes' small town plaza, Salvador Guerra, now retired, says he doesn't want to see the state's gains be undermined by Trump, who's not even president yet.
"Imagine what he's going to do to us once he takes power," says Guerra.
And Guerra says he's just as mad at Mexico's leaders, who he says haven't done enough to stand up to Trump. Yesterday, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced a shakeup in his cabinet, appointing a former finance advisor as the new foreign minister, who Pena Nieto says will push for a more constructive relationship.
"It should be a relationship that allows us to strengthen bilateral ties," says Pena Nieto. And, he adds, one that doesn't undermine the sovereignty or the dignity of Mexicans.
You know what else adds to a rough start to 2017 for Mexicans?The scrapped project adds to a rough start to 2017 for Mexicans.
Ramirez says that the town was counting on those jobs — and that without them, more Mexicans will head north to the United States to find work.
Pam got a WH position along with the $25,000. Nice.
Bill and Hillary are gonna be pissed knowing their going bribe rates weren't getting anywhere near that kind of discount. They would have a lot more to pilfer from the Clinton Foundation had the rates been adjusted down to Trump levels.
Well, they'd still have Chelsea to bankroll, but hey, it'd be a start.
I post very little here but I read for the lulz.
If you are on Twitter follow trump. The hatred following his tweets are hilarious. It's within seconds of his posts. The snowflakes seem like they watch their phone and immediately go militant towards him.
Tolerant left is tolerant.
Future generations will look back at this time as a huge embarrassment and wonder what the $#@! we were thinking
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