Bob Comer: Trump solution to ‘Out of luck’ line?

By Signal Contributor

Last update: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

Regarding Maria Gutzeit’s “Democratic Voices” column published in The Signal Tuesday (“’Out of luck’ line is gaining”), the columnist may not have to worry so much.

President Trump’s promises to bring back America’s jobs should address many of the problems we are facing now. Congress should fast-track these changes instead of dragging its feet.

The vast majority of states bought his ideas. To me they are a “breath of fresh air.”

Let’s give the man support to make these changes happen. It is amazing to me to witness what good things he has done already.

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Bob Comer: Trump solution to ‘Out of luck’ line?

Regarding Maria Gutzeit’s “Democratic Voices” column published in The Signal Tuesday (“’Out of luck’ line is gaining”), the columnist may not have to worry so much.

President Trump’s promises to bring back America’s jobs should address many of the problems we are facing now. Congress should fast-track these changes instead of dragging its feet.

The vast majority of states bought his ideas. To me they are a “breath of fresh air.”

Let’s give the man support to make these changes happen. It is amazing to me to witness what good things he has done already.

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  • charles maurice detallyrand

    “President Trump’s promises to bring back America’s jobs should address many of the problems we are facing now.”

    I’d really like to hear your thoughts on this subject in about three years.

    • Gil Mertz

      Obama set the bar pretty low. I think you’ll see progress much sooner.

      • charles maurice detallyrand

        Yes job growth for 75 consecutive months, how terrible. The longest consecutive period of job growth — what a low bar.

        • Gil Mertz

          Sure, if you don’t count the millions who dropped out of the workforce because they gave up during the slowest recovery in American history. The best way to interpret the Obama administration’s spin is to understand that figures don’t lie – but liars always figure.

          • charles maurice detallyrand

            Uhm Gil I think you’re misunderstanding some basic economic concepts here or intentionally conflating them…as far as I know the economic indicator job growth is not determined or calculated by the labor force participation rate, which is what I think you meant to complain about. Job growth counts the same whether or not you count those who have dropped out of looking for work or not, it’s just a scalar number.

  • lois eisenberg

    “It is amazing to me to witness what good things he has done already.”
    “Smoke the magic dragon”
    “President Trump’s first 100 days so far: 4 false/misleading claims per day, 6 of 60 promises kept.”

  • lois eisenberg

    “Conservative commentator George F. Will Fox News and the Republican Party over his views of Trump – who he has called a “political sociopath” (and much more).
    Mr.Will also says that intellectual conservatism and Trumpism are incompatible.”

  • lois eisenberg

    “Glenn Beck: Bannon’s ‘economic nationalism’ agenda is not conservative, it’s dangerous”

  • lois eisenberg

    “News poll finds that 39 percent of Americans approve of Trump’s performance, vs. 51 percent who disapprove.”
    “Six in ten Americans think that illegal immigrants currently living in the U.S. should be allowed to stay and apply for citizenship. Another 13 percent think they should be permitted to stay but not apply for citizenship, and 23 percent would require them to leave the U.S.”

    I do believe that the majority in the Long run will prevail

  • lois eisenberg

    “Audience members at the Conservative Political Action Conference were spotted waving Russian flags emblazoned with President Trump’s name while he gave his speech on Friday.”
    How apropos !!

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