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    538 (sorry) seem spectacularly optimistic about the House. I wish they weren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby Isaacs View Post
    You said "economy not far off a crash".
    have another read of the second point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby Isaacs View Post
    538 (sorry) seem spectacularly optimistic about the House. I wish they weren't.
    They're equally negative about the Senate, remember.

    Which won't be helped by Heidi Heitkamp's fuck up this week.

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    I inferred you were talking about a crash coming before Trump's re-election. What causes that is irrelevant. You'll cop another 10% deficit if it happens. That's not in anybody's interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by San Bernardhinault View Post
    They're equally negative about the Senate, remember.

    Which won't be helped by Heidi Heitkamp's fuck up this week.
    I think Heitkamp's a goner. Sinema might win. They reckon it's even poised whether the Republicans pick one up net.

    I think McCaskill will struggle too, even with the chancer she's up against trying to chuck away lots of his supporters' healthcare.
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    Interesting graph on business investment. Pretty impressive surge in business investment in the US, but seems to have dropped off since the tax cut, same as Germany and the UK in the same period.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby Isaacs View Post
    I inferred you were talking about a crash coming before Trump's re-election. What causes that is irrelevant. You'll cop another 10% deficit if it happens. That's not in anybody's interest.
    well yeah, crashes tend to cause deficits to increase further

    i think we are having two different conversations here, tbh

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    We probably are.

    I get that you're not talking about the same kind of deficits as the current ones.
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