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    It's 2016 data. And so tRump scared it into doing that?

    The OP link says it was the second year in a row of healthy gains. Does that mean tRump is so wonderful he had a retroactive effect?

    I'm sure Goofball believes it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    It's 2016 data. And so tRump scared it into doing that?

    The OP link says it was the second year in a row of healthy gains. Does that mean tRump is so wonderful he had a retroactive effect?

    I'm sure Goofball believes it.
    2016?

    Try Tuesday.


    The income increase extended to almost every demographic group, Census Bureau officials said. The figure the agency reported Tuesday was the highest on record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    ...eliminating hundreds of dumbass Obama job killing regulations...
    Please confirm that with links. And then, if you can, demonstrate the direct influence that each had on wages. Now, don't misunderstand me. I concede that Trump has reversed a few Obama policies relating to business. Whether they were "job killing", or not, is debatable. However, that isn't even what I take issue with. I highlighted what I take issue with. Please demonstrate that it was hundreds - specifically hundreds that directly affected business, and jobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czernobog View Post
    Please confirm that with links. And then, if you can, demonstrate the direct influence that each had on wages.
    Key highlights from OMB:

    In the last five months of fiscal year 2016, the Obama administration imposed $6.8 billion in annualized costs from economically significant rules. By contrast, the Trump administration has imposed less than $0 in regulatory costs during its first five months.
    Comparing Obama's first five months in office to Trump's, Obama imposed $3.1 billion in costs. Trump has cut regulations, realizing an annualized cost saving of $22 million.
    The administration is "ahead of schedule" on the 2-for-1 regulatory cut, banking 16 regulatory actions, including 12 cut by Congress.

    Trump kills 16 regulations for every new one, crushing 2-for-1 goal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    Trump kills 16 regulations for every new one, crushing 2-for-1 goal

    Thanks for stopping by. Do pick up your parting gifts on your way out.

    16 is a far cry from hundreds. Please demonstrate that Trump reversed hundreds of Obama policies.

    We'll wait.

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    The bare numbers will show that the Trump administration has "withdrawn or removed from active status" 860 regulations so far.

    The Unified Agenda will also show a 50 percent drop in regulations with an economic impact of $100 million or more, and a 40 percent drop in other less expensive rules.
    The administration last week said that its "MAGAnomics" goal of 3 percent growth is built in part on cutting costly regulations and freeing the hands of businesses to do more and hire more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czernobog View Post
    16 is a far cry from hundreds. Please demonstrate that Trump reversed hundreds of Obama policies.

    We'll wait.

    Derp!

    Learn to read.

    Derp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    2016?

    Try Tuesday.
    Oh great, another poster who doesn't read their own links. From your link:

    Median household income rose to $59,039 in 2016, a 3.2 percent increase from the previous year and the second consecutive year of healthy gains, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    I's still like a link to those 860, and would like to see that they affected businesses, and/or jobs.

    We'll wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czernobog View Post
    I's still like a link to those 860, and would like to see that they affected businesses, and/or jobs.

    We'll wait.

    Run along kid, you bring nothing.

    Parting gift words.

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