Donald Trump, Drop the Mic: Carrier Keeping Nearly 1000 Jobs in Indianapolis, Obama Mocked

Even liberals have to admit it. Donald Trump isn’t even president yet, and he’s already getting results for the American people with the deal he made with Carrier to keep jobs in Indianapolis.

As opposed to Barack Obama, as we saw in this PBS Townhall from last June. Watch him here mock Donald Trump (at ~3:00), for even suggesting that he could get some of those Carrier jobs back. Pick up your jock, Jackass!

Watch lefty Cenk Uygur explain that Barack Obama could have done something to save the Carrier jobs, but he didn’t because he’s not that strong, and his default setting is “there’s nothing you can do.” (~1:35-2:05)

How terrific is it to be living in America now that Donald Trump has been elected president? Even before he was elected he made good on one of his campaign promises. When is the last time something like that happened?  We went from a president who views the Constitution as an obstacle and something to be overcome to a president who views excessive regulations and big government the obstacle. We went from a guy who was always looking for ways to steal money from the productive to buy the votes of the freeloaders to somebody wants to figure out how to make it possible for people who do want to work hard to achieve something fantastic.

Obama used his pen and phone to enable the lawlessness of illegal aliens. Donald J. Trump used his phone to save 1000 American jobs in Indiana.

Can you wait for January 20?

37 comments

  1. Thanks, John, for the Young Turks vid. It was hilarious, just as it was on Election Night to watch CNN and ABC. Tonight at his rally, Tonight at his “Thank You” Rally in Cincinnati, Pres-elect Trump mocked the fact that ABC’s Martha Raddatz cried when she realized that Hillary had lost. So, even Cenk, the lefty who refers to the tax relief given to Carrier as a “giveaway,” understands that Obama didn’t do what Trump did because he isn’t strong, and he wasn’t willing to try. Of course, there is also the fact that Obama wants jobs to leave the U.S. He wants to diminish our country and build up the Third World. He wants more Americans dependent on the government. So even if he weren’t a lazy fool, he probably still wouldn’t have used his magic pen and phone to save any American jobs. Thanks again for the laughs!

  2. Yes, and think of those 1100 families who will be having a much better Christmas than they otherwise would have in the short term, and then, as you point out, Kenneth, all the businesses that depend on those 1100 families for their livelihoods.

  3. All successful business people have wins and losses. It’s part of the risk taking that they take as part of being entrepreneurs. Trump has had businesses that declared bankruptcy, but he has not declared personal bankruptcy for what that’s worth. I don’t think that says anything about the merits of this Carrier deal. The 1100 people whose jobs were saved consider it a win,and it is a psychological win for the country.

  4. Obama is actually more like Mussolini, a fascist who wants to control every aspect of people’s lives, and that has hurt our economy tremendously. For example,
    “The federal government has imposed a new major regulation every three days since President Barack Obama took office, as the administration has shattered the record for implementing regulations costing the economy $100 million or more.

    The Obama administration has now issued 600 major regulations, the center-right policy institute the American Action Forum noted in a recent report.

    “One year ago, the American Action Forum (AAF) celebrated a regulatory milestone, of sorts: 500 major regulations,” wrote Sam Batkins, director of regulatory policy. “A major regulation has an economic impact of $100 million or more and can significantly affect prices for consumers.
    http://freebeacon.com/issues/record-600-major-regulations-imposed-obama/

    In addition, the Dodd-Frank legislation has had a terrible impact on community banks. Have you noticed the decrease in the number of them that offer free checking? Dodd Frank. Credit card rates have risen dramatically. Dodd Frank.

    The increased tax rates he imposed have contributed the anemic rate of economic growth (only U.S. president without a single quarter of growth at least 3%), and so has his signature “achievement” the laughingly named “Affordable Care Act.” The jobs report that was released today, stated that over 100,000 part-time jobs were created, and only 9,000 of the full-time variety.

    Remember when Obama admitted he is a socialist, albeit indirectly?
    https://youtu.be/aSD32XQaFpM

    So once the strangling regulations are thrown in the garbage along with Obama care and Dodd Frank, and taxes are reduced, we will experience an explosion of economic growth and we won’t need to give companies incentives to stay here.

  5. Robert, I’ve observed that large corporate organizations like the NCAA are suffocated by political correctness, and have adopted the PC homosexual agenda, and will not defy the gay gestapo, but that doesn’t mean they are correct. Many Christians consider homosexual behavior a sin, and that is their right in exercising their religious liberty. People who are hellbent on forcing people who don’t want to do something like bake a “wedding” (yeah right) cake for two men because of religious objections, when there are dozens of other bakeries that would more than happy to have the business, have another agenda;specifically, bullying those who disagree with them. The Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (fed and state) are designed to protect people from that bullying. The NCAA’s opinion on anything isn’t worth very much. Think about it.

  6. That’s right, John. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, modeled on the federal one. We talked about it extensively last year when it was in the news.

  7. Robert, I don’t look at this Carrier deal as something that other companies will need to use to “blackmail Trump” because (a) it was the taxpayers of Indiana who are providing the incentive and (b) I view it as an advance on the tax relief that is going to come next year, and I profoundly hope will be retroactive to January 1, 2017, in our ridiculously high corporate tax rate. So, yes, I think it is winning. We have to kickstart this anemic economy and if the President-elect, working with the governors of states, can do that by jawboning, I think it’s a victory.

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