Ahhh, another cope out. Results. So you tell us the current results are policy and administration changes but then you cannot provide either administration or policy change. My friend that is some very poor logic. Oh well, I believe we have established that you have nothing. Maybe you should go back and read that document I posted on the seasonal migrant issue but then again you and I know you will not. As long as the results can be manipulated to suit your opinion why waste time validating it.
Like I said, different topic but please try to keep up with your claims. I guess you forget them from one moment to the next.
So what you are saying then the cost of living which pretty much always goes up wasn't as impactful as you seem to make it out to be. Not sure what race has to do with anything but I am wondering exactly what is this huge cost of living you keep talking about. Is it store goods and services, gas prices non food items, energy. I mean I pay my bills and shop on a constant basis, not really sure exactly what you are saying or what particular policy has caused whatever you are talking about. Actually I am not even sure you know what you are talking about since most of your statements are so general, you basically can pull anything out of thin air and make claims.
"Ahhh, another cope out. Results." Its "cop out," not "cope out." And yes, results matter.
"So you tell us the current results are policy and administration changes but then you cannot provide either administration or policy change." You are too smart, I know you're well aware of policy changes. Especially the ones that have encouraged people to come to the US and has families flying all over the country waiting for their court hearing that are years away.
"So what you are saying then the cost of living which pretty much always goes up wasn't as impactful as you seem to make it out to be." I never complained about my personal living situation, per se. However, I do pay attention to the state of the country. I said quality of life on average is going down for various reasons, people just getting by are obviously gonna get hurt worse with the increased costs of living. The policies of the current administration are responsible. Big spending bills and tax increases will also increase costs of living further.
"Is it store goods and services, gas prices non food items, energy." Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes. Did a quick search for this... http://a.msn.com/00/en-us/AAM9CMY?ocid=st
There is also volatility given expectations of what the administrations might do or wants to do. That impacts prices.
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