Matt Davies for February 18, 2020

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    gcottay  about 4 years ago

    Give Trump credit. So far he has made a few blunders but the Obama recovery continues. So far. As of today.

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    JohnHarry Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Yeah – I guess you could call financing it with TWO TRILLION in tax cuts for the rich " a few blunders". Take that away and things would look a lot different.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 4 years ago

    The problem is Republicans continue to deny global warming.

    If Trump gets reelected, the earth is doomed.

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    brwydave Premium Member about 4 years ago

    At Nobel Prize time – if he can’t get the one for peace (based on his masterful handling of Iran), nor one for science (because it went to Greta) he will win in economics based on his brilliant riding of Obama accomplishment. No chance in Literature – can’t read.

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    MDMom  about 4 years ago

    . . . and lifting restrictions on pollution standards, that happened to have “Obama” name on them. :’(

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    Pickled Pete  about 4 years ago

    The first thermometer will fluctuate but the other will continue upward..

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    fishbulb239  about 4 years ago

    The first thermometer will get tRump re-elected; the second will have minimal impact on people’s votes. Far too few people have any stomach for adversely impacting the first thermometer regardless of how it affects the second.

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    RAGs  about 4 years ago

    Does that first “thermometer” mean that Trump has a red sharpie?

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    Daeder  about 4 years ago

    Booming economy? Oh, you mean the booming DEBT!

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    jmays831  about 4 years ago

    2 quick points:

    1 – scientists are paid professionals, they earn their livings through grants, etc. and just like the rest of us working stiffs they have a job to do which is to make there bosses happy, not necessarily report accurate and honest findings. Information on both sides of the issue that doesn’t fit the pre-conceived agenda is dismissed or not-reported.

    2 – we started tracking the earth average temperature in 1880, to take 140 years of data and extrapolate it out to the 4.54 billion years of the earth’s history is statistical irrelevant.

    The climate has changed for 4.54 billion years (remember the ice ages) and will continue to do so. But, if there is global warming (and we have yet to determine what the earths normal temp should be) the greater cause is found in China and India, not in a ribeye steak… unless of course the whole issue is about controlling people as it always seems to be.

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