Sheesh. He wishes he was up for an IgNobel Prize!
yuck. somebody draw the curtains!
This would have been the greatest moment in human history.
In several phone calls last weekend from the presidential suite at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Mr. Trump shared an idea he was considering: When he left the hospital, he wanted to appear frail at first when people saw him, according to people with knowledge of the conversations. But underneath his button-down dress shirt, he would wear a Superman T-shirt, which he would reveal as a symbol of strength when he ripped open the top layer. He ultimately did not go ahead with the stunt.
I love the smell of steroids in the evening.
Wait, I thought he was a socialist. Or is that communist? Or is the commie Kamala?
Good Goddess but it’s hard to keep up.
Here’s the only version of the horseshoe theory I believe in: that both Trump and the left will agree on that statement.
Steroid, desperation… Po-tay-to, po-tah-to. Smells like loser to me.
13,000 promised Wisconsin jobs materialized only 281 jobs at less than $30k a year not based in Wisconsin.
But wait… the government is actually going to do something about that? Say, “You didn’t hold up your end of the bargain so we won’t hold up ours”?!? They aren’t just handing the money over anyway?
What a world!
Indeed it is…
"As part of the Foxconn legislation passed in 2017, the state agreed to give a $15 million grant to the village of Mount Pleasant, where Foxconn is slated to open its three-phase project. That money was disbursed to the village between November 2017 and June 2018, according to the state’s non-partisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
Mount Pleasant and Racine County officials agreed to spend as much as $764 million to help lure Foxconn to Wisconsin. So far, $190 million has been spent from the village fund dedicated to the project, according to public documents. (In 2017, Foxconn deposited $60 million into that account and will continue to make tax payments into the fund in future years based on its property value.)
Nearly $170 million of those funds were used to buy up land and relocate people from their homes to make way for the project, offering up $50,000 per acre and paying 140 percent of the appraised value for homes, according to village documents . Village officials have acquired roughly 82 percent of the 2,873 acres Foxconn wants to build on for its three-phase project. The remaining $20 million has been spent on financing, legal costs, as well as sewer and water infrastructure costs for Foxconn, village documents provided to the AP show .
That spending could also have repercussions for state taxpayers if the Foxconn project hits trouble.
As part of the Foxconn deal, Wisconsin legislators agreed to pay up to 40 percent of local government debt for the project, if asked to do so. Last year, the Legislative Fiscal Bureau estimated that for every $100 million local governments borrow and cannot repay for the Foxconn project, the state could be on the hook for as much as $64 million, once interest repayment is included." -ChicagoTribune
Taxpayer money of course.
Google, When does early voting begin in Wisconsin?
“Wisconsin voters can also vote before Election Day through a process called absentee in-person voting. The period for absentee in-person voting runs from Tuesday, October 20, 2020 to Sunday, November 1, 2020, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live.”
Bummed that it stopped. I want to see the part where he has to lift his arms over his head…I don’t think that right arm is going to make it.
I think he got too winded.