yes funny how the GOP doesn't talk about the great Kansas experiment, LOL that was a going to prove how cutting taxes on the wealthy, slashing education and services would make the economy grow right?
So Trump will take Lincoln's bust out of the Oval office and replace it with Churchill's, interesting I thought you were American. Maybe Trump should put in King George's bust also.
a select part of a group that is superior to the rest in terms of ability or qualities.
Yes it's foolish to let those people who are superior in terms of ability and intellect to run things in teabilliestan, better to let inferior, uneducated people be in charge.
the fact the people in England will now pay 8% more for everything they import, not so important as long as Frump can make more money, he is probably rooting for a massive collapse so he can make a lot of money
If the Scottish golf course were a wildly successful venture, Trump could at least point to this as evidence of his prowess as an international businessman.
Indeed, Trump has made exactly such an effort. In a Scottish newspaper, he recently wrote an op-ed with a headline that read, “How Scotland will help me become president.” In the piece, the Republican candidate wrote, “When I first arrived on the scene in Aberdeen, the people of Scotland were testing me to see just how serious I was – just like the citizens in the United States have done about my race for the White House…. I had to win them over – I had to convince them that I meant business and that I had their best interests in mind. Well, Scotland has already been won – and so will the United States.”
The problem, as the Washington Post reported yesterday, is that the entire venture has been a bit of a disaster.
[T]o many people in Scotland, his course here has been a failure. Over the past decade, Trump has battled with homeowners, elbowed his way through the planning process, shattered relationships with elected leaders and sued the Scottish government. On top of that, he has yet to fulfill the lofty promises he made.
Trump has also reported to Scottish authorities that he lost millions of dollars on the project – even as he claims on U.S. presidential disclosure forms that the course has been highly profitable.
In early May, Trump, in an entirely serious way, pointed to his role in the Miss Universe beauty pageant as evidence of his international experience. Unfortunately for the GOP candidate, his Scottish golf course is his other piece of evidence, and it’s a failure.
yes the uneducated should be in charge in teabilliestan
What you have to understand is Trump voters are uneducated and unintelligent. They don't believe they have any exposure to the stock market although they do. They are angry and are willing to burn down the house if it will hurt the educated successful people in this country.
They are exactly like the inner city people when they riot and burn down their neighborhood.
yeah cause Smoot Hawley worked out so well, it's always great when the stupid over rule the educated
God you are stupid, you are now blaming Obama for Brexit, LOL you and Trump reach new lows in stupid.
By the way Obama said the U.S. would negotiate first with the much larger remaining EU because it was in our best interest, this upsets tea billies
Barclays down 27%
Britain commits financial suicide, tea billies cheer these people are Jim Jones followers
The U.K.'s Treasury itself reported that its analysis showed the nation "would be permanently poorer" if it left the EU and adopted any of a number of likely alternatives. "Productivity and GDP per person would be lower in all these alternative scenarios, as the costs would substantially outweigh any potential benefit of leaving the EU," a summary of the report said.
As the overall economy weakens, the British government would see weaker tax receipts than otherwise, and those losses would vastly outweigh the benefits of reduced contributions to the EU, according to the analysis.
The general thinking is that many international corporations, notably those based in the U.S. and China, invest in U.K. operations partly so they can readily access the free-trade corridors the U.K. enjoys with the rest of the European Union. So since the leave camp won, many of those companies could see drastically reduced profits.
The sudden need to reset tons of global investment channels — against the background of the ambiguous and extended period of the U.K.'s exit negotiations — could have a freezing effect on the whole region.
"Negotiations on post-exit arrangements would likely be protracted, resulting in an extended period of heightened uncertainty that could weigh heavily on confidence and investment, all the while increasing financial market volatility," the IMF said in an April report.
And in the real world.
Morgan Stanley has begun the process of moving 2,000 jobs to Dublin and Frankfurt following the vote for the UK to leave the EU.
Sources told the BBC on Friday that the process was already underway.
The American investment bank is moving jobs in euro clearing as well as other investment banking functions and senior management.