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#30 - so... he doesn't "believe" in climate change?  [+] (6 replies) 11/13/2016 on Trump On Climate Change 100... +1
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#35 - frenzyhero (11/13/2016) [-]
To be honest I think he said that for attention
Or at least worded it poorly.
Because climate change, as a lawmaker, is exactly that. We're overregulating ourselves and it's hurting our industry allowing China, who has almost no regulations by comparison, to take manufacturing jobs from US. We're losing a shitload of money because of it.

You shouldn't force people to develop green tech, we'll lose too much money doing that, instead you should heavily incentivize it.
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#45 - MikedelScorcho (11/13/2016) [-]
He said it for attention, exactly. I think a post taken from Reddit or somewhere on here yesterday featured a person mentioning that Trump has literally written (or ghost-written) a book on making egregious claims to the media to anchor his position high then negotiating down to a more reasonable level. I haven't followed up on the book's authenticity but it's fascinating if it's true.
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#352 - frenzyhero (11/13/2016) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump:_The_Art_of_the_Deal
It's a famous business book and basically all of his campaign strategies were detailed in it.
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#40 - inyourmind (11/13/2016) [-]
No amount of deregulation will make America competitive with China in the cost of labor department (unless you think the average American manufacturing worker should make $1-2 per hour). BUT American production has actually been increasing over the last 30 years despite significant drops in employment largely due to America being a far better location to make use of automation.

Tariffs would be a far more realistic way to control jobs from leaving.
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#31 - cosmiclich (11/13/2016) [-]
Nope. He believes it's a Chinese conspiracy which is retarded. But hey, he's not going to completely trash the environment which is good.
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#32 - Blargosnarf (11/13/2016) [-]
I suppose a lesser of two evils is an acceptable outcome.
#28 - Sorry, I don't speak politics, is this a good thing?  [+] (9 replies) 11/13/2016 on Trump On Climate Change 100... 0
#33 - anon (11/13/2016) [-]
Bad for Europe, good for United States.

Which it should be.
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#29 - cosmiclich (11/13/2016) [-]
Instead of giving money to the UN United nation where they presumebly spend the money to stop climate change He will now instead use the money on buildings and dams in America.
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#30 - Blargosnarf (11/13/2016) [-]
so... he doesn't "believe" in climate change?
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#35 - frenzyhero (11/13/2016) [-]
To be honest I think he said that for attention
Or at least worded it poorly.
Because climate change, as a lawmaker, is exactly that. We're overregulating ourselves and it's hurting our industry allowing China, who has almost no regulations by comparison, to take manufacturing jobs from US. We're losing a shitload of money because of it.

You shouldn't force people to develop green tech, we'll lose too much money doing that, instead you should heavily incentivize it.
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#45 - MikedelScorcho (11/13/2016) [-]
He said it for attention, exactly. I think a post taken from Reddit or somewhere on here yesterday featured a person mentioning that Trump has literally written (or ghost-written) a book on making egregious claims to the media to anchor his position high then negotiating down to a more reasonable level. I haven't followed up on the book's authenticity but it's fascinating if it's true.
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#352 - frenzyhero (11/13/2016) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump:_The_Art_of_the_Deal
It's a famous business book and basically all of his campaign strategies were detailed in it.
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#40 - inyourmind (11/13/2016) [-]
No amount of deregulation will make America competitive with China in the cost of labor department (unless you think the average American manufacturing worker should make $1-2 per hour). BUT American production has actually been increasing over the last 30 years despite significant drops in employment largely due to America being a far better location to make use of automation.

Tariffs would be a far more realistic way to control jobs from leaving.
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#31 - cosmiclich (11/13/2016) [-]
Nope. He believes it's a Chinese conspiracy which is retarded. But hey, he's not going to completely trash the environment which is good.
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#32 - Blargosnarf (11/13/2016) [-]
I suppose a lesser of two evils is an acceptable outcome.
#48 - I... am aroused... and I'm not sure if I should hide it in sha…  [+] (1 reply) 09/07/2016 on The Amazing World of... +4
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#55 - hazeblaze (09/07/2016) [-]
Let it flew in your body, just let it flew...