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Holiday Sales

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Just got back from town and the place is crazy with holiday shoppers. Sales are up from last year from every store owner I spoke with. Strong spending during this time of year is a good indicator of the overall "comfort" of this economy.

IMO the micro-economics of the typical American is the single biggest influencing factor on who they'll vote for.

Good luck Dems. You're party might cease to exist come 2020.

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Just returned from shopping Cherry Hill Mall, NJ.  Parking lots are jammed with holiday shoppers and that's without any advantage of the corporate media celebrating the success in the economy.  Consumer confidence can always benefit from a media reinforcement of the positive impact of record low unemployment , except that would benefit the Republicans (and Trump).

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3 hours ago, ken r said:

Just got back from town and the place is crazy with holiday shoppers. Sales are up from last year from every store owner I spoke with. Strong spending during this time of year is a good indicator of the overall "comfort" of this economy.

IMO the micro-economics of the typical American is the single biggest influencing factor on who they'll vote for.

Good luck Dems. You're party might cease to exist come 2020.

From your lips to Gods ears !

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It seems like the Dems are intentionally destroying the party. The young Socialist will be up against the GOP. The anything goes party, the stand for nothing firm party will find themselves looking for a new home. Just as well, they do nothing substanial for the regular Americans anyhow. They have show their true colors with the lies and deception. Next! :howdy:

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