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Politics : Formerly About Apple, Inc. Unmoderated
AAPL 318.31-0.3%Jan 24 4:00 PM EST

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To: sylvester80 who wrote (9949)12/7/2019 5:36:29 PM
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Sly is correct here but one must take into account Obama was forced to borrow heavily or let the banking system collapse and a new great depression. Borrowing didn't and doesn't fix it just makes the dip less pronounced but the recession longer as sooner or later the piper must be paid... the chosen one is extending the borrowing mostly to get re-elected, doesn't have the cajones to not borrow, his deals are all about borrowing money, personally I think he's in the red overall, more debt than assets, which is why he won't show his tax returns despite lying about "making them public after the audit."

Just another of a long series of lies from a professional swindler.
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