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  1. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    This orange, narcissistic , manchild and idiot of a president obviously wasn’t paying attention to the 2008 economy crash?!?!

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      And if it happens again they’ll just find a way to blame Obama or liberals.

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +OutlawRebel117 every damn time they will! Hell, he and his cabinet members could be in cahoots with the Russians, say mexico will pay for a wall we don’t need, have an unconstitutional muslim ban and oh wait…….all of that is already happening and his supporters just chalk it up to inexperience? If a democrat was doing this? These same trump apologist would be protesting in the streets, asking for an investigation at all cost and impeachment! But because he’s a #alternativerepublican…….it’s the democrats fault and fake news? Hypocrisy through and through! !!!

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Jamie Cox Trump’s supporters are so uneducated that he has them by the pussies and they don’t even know it!

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +OutlawRebel117 and they’re loving every minute of it! Lol

  2. Posted by Timothy McCaskey, at Reply

    A Banker, a Worker and an Immigrant are sitting at a table with 20 cookies. The Banker takes 19 cookies and warns the Worker, “You better watch out or the Immigrant is going to take your cookie.”

    • Posted by Fiery One, at Reply

      +Tim wipe those cookie crumbs off your lips know Cenk hates that!

    • Posted by Conker Squirrel, at Reply

      Timothy McCaskey Indeed.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      +Timothy McCaskey You were busy eating Cenk’s arse. 😛😛😛

    • Posted by Precious Snowflake, at Reply

      old as fk

  3. Posted by Marijuana Saves Lives, at Reply

    Trump vigorously campaigned on reinstating Glass Steagall. Now he blatantly is stabbing his voters in the back with an ax.

    • Posted by First Last, at Reply

      Marijuana Saves Lives … honestly I don’t think your average Trump voter even knows what glass steagal is

    • Posted by Adrain Acha, at Reply

      and they deserve it

    • Posted by Reagan Killed the Middle Class, at Reply

      I wouldn’t say he “vigorously” campaigned on reinstating Glass Steagall.  He may have mentioned it once or twice.  He pretty much made every promise a candidate could make.  According to him, he’s going to get 95% of the black vote in 2020.  Remember that one?

    • Posted by TheUltimateBeing01, at Reply

      At this point, Trump has stabbed his voters in the back with a knife, crowbar, pick, ax, chisel, shiv, toothpick and tire iron. He’s running out of stuff to stab his constituents in the back with.

  4. Posted by Phillip Casiple, at Reply

    So the plan is to crash the economy again. Got it.

    • Posted by mark navarro, at Reply

      its going to happen no matter what.

    • Posted by FunWithReality, at Reply

      That’s been the plan since 2008, get with the times.

    • Posted by TheUltimateBeing01, at Reply

      Pretty much….

    • Posted by MAD COWS R US, at Reply

      I am a Trumpian mad cow and I love system reset! Trumpzilla will profit bigly and win again! We win! We win! MOOOGA!

  5. Posted by KOapps, at Reply

    It’s great that you guys have a competent president to deal with a possible depression….oh wait…

    • Posted by zOgOs, at Reply

      mark navarro How do you figure?

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      You mean like Obama? Oh, wait……

    • Posted by KOapps, at Reply

      Yes ofc since Obama is your president right now. Way to live in the past. Guess these times make people daydream of the past!
      Anyone believing the current president is competent is delusional.
      But whatever. Enjoy the ride.

  6. Posted by omnoproxy leet, at Reply

    So the moral of this story kids: Republicans, GOP, conservatives, whatever you wanna call them… have learned NOTHING from the Great Depression and the Great Recession.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Evan, as a whole economics is not challenging to understand. You have two basic components.

      1. There is no such thing as a free lunch as to get something it has to cost something.

      2. In order to have the strongest growth economically you have to get the most our of your resources.

      Point two is where the problems happen because it is both objective and subjective. With objective we know that taking a group of chemistry grad students out to the desert and paying them to dig holes is a waste of their skills and labor. But with subjective someone spending $500 at a strip club may seem like a waste to some, but to that person it was the best use for their money.

      With the subjective part you have to give more control of the economy to the people. They will invest in what benefits them. When you allow the federal government to do the spending and regulation what they do does not necessarily help society as it isn’t something they want.

    • Posted by RB, at Reply

      Greed TRUMPS Patriotism!

  7. Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

    This country is slowly become a dictatorship

    • Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

      Mr. 10 digits. The American voters atr smarter. They smart ones pick the lesser evil. It is best to vote. Then not vote at all. Republican party in some States are pushing laws to purge people off the voter roll whom haven’t voted in years.

  8. Posted by Jack Jammen, at Reply

    No surprise there. After all, Drumpf hired Goldman Sachs to his inept and criminal administration.

    • Posted by Satyam Patel, at Reply

      Jack Jammen I want a t shirt with your profile picture

    • Posted by Ana Gua, at Reply


  9. Posted by Darkside Media, at Reply

    The Portland stabber was a avid Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein supporter. Will they and TYT disavow?

    • Posted by Darkside Media, at Reply

      +Vanessthebest You changed your name TYT bot. This “rabid donald duck licker who claims he is not” programmed response is a clear give away.

    • Posted by Marty Sheklestein, at Reply

      John Bliss You couldn’t find two Jews living out of a cave, because we’re a civilized people. They hide, because they are terrorists who lust for the blood of Jews.

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      Marty Sheklestein None in caves, ever? You sure about that?

    • Posted by Marty Sheklestein, at Reply

      John Bliss Maybe we’ll be forced into caves if TYT has their way and the Palestinians conquer Israel. But until then, the cave is a dwelling better suited to murderous terrorists.
      And wtf did you do to edit your message? It’s two sentences long! Are you really such a braindead idiot that you can’t craft two sentences without making a mistake? Perhaps you’re a caveman, and I hurt your feelings?

  10. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    if we just pay Americans $0/hr we can create soooo many jobs doe – trumpanzee

    • Posted by MAD COWS R US, at Reply

      I am a Trumpian mad cow and I will work for 1 renmimbi/hour making Ivanka brand shoes in Trump built sweat shop mass factories! We are the Trumpians! We won! Suck it up! MOOOGA!

  11. Posted by Gur, at Reply

    But Trump ran on anti-globalist, anti-big bank agenda. What happened?

    • Posted by Wade Haden, at Reply

      nothing happened…he simply lied!

  12. Posted by D, at Reply

    WTF!!! It took forever to get out of recession and we are still feeling the effects now!!! HOW GREEDY ARE THESE REPUBLICANS!!! They are so fucked in the head!!

    • Posted by Cheri Miss, at Reply

      Is this a real question? They are literally pass laws and repealing others with the aim to kill Americans, our drinking water and our planet for the sake of money. They’ve already proved that their greed knows no bounds.

  13. Posted by Kassie Waters, at Reply

    yes! people spend more when they have more to spend

    • Posted by Victor Espino, at Reply

      Kassie Waters ya, they move out , buy a new car, furniture, services.. etc

  14. Posted by john2477, at Reply

    The big 4 banks (there used to be 12 before 2008) are getting more deposits and making fewer loans. Don’t believe for a minute that they’re doing worse now than before the Great Recession.

    • Posted by iVinyl, at Reply

      john2477 yeah

  15. Posted by Jeff Bergstrom, at Reply

    _”The only difference between the Republican and Democratic parties is the velocities with which their knees hit the floor when corporations knock on their door. That’s the only difference.”_ ~Ralph Nader

    • Posted by Jeff Bergstrom, at Reply

      Stop with the third party nonsense. Yeah, Nader gave us Bush but that has zero to do with his quote which is on point.

    • Posted by Louise Dellacroix, at Reply

      True but look at a lot of Johnson’s positions. He was in favor of non-interventionist policies, legalization of marijuana and curbing the surveillance state. I think he had appeal to democratic voters as well. The true story is the low voter turnout which is more of an indication that centrist corporate shill Hillary and Trump didn’t excite a large portion of the electorate.

    • Posted by Cliven Longsight, at Reply

      Louise Dellacroix
      One of the reasons Johnson failed was that he was a complete ignoramus on the subject of world matters. It’s okay to be a non interventionalist, but it’s another matter to just stick your head in the sand with your fingers in your ears. He also was 1000% behind Corporate America via the TPP.

    • Posted by Louise Dellacroix, at Reply

      Hey no fan of Johnson, just making the point that he appealed to a lot of left leaning people for the reasons I mentioned. I actually know some of them and when you bring up his laissez faire approach to corporate regulation they had no idea.

    • Posted by Cliven Longsight, at Reply

      Louise Dellacroix

      The “having no idea” part is the telling bit.  It means they were low-information voters, which means he was getting by on people who really shouldn’t have been voting.  Aaaaand he still had a tiny percentage.

      He said a few things I agree with, but his support for the TPP was an instant deal-breaker unless he was wildly better than his opponents in every other facet, which he wasn’t.  The TPP would have set up a SINGLE international corporate kangaroo court which would effectively have overridden all federal, state, and local protections for consumers and groups, wherever such protected against abusive corporate interests.

      Also, while I’m not an across-the-board interventionist, it is better to wage wars in countries where they’re occurring, rather than stick our heads in the sand, let those countries fall, and then have to fight defensive wars at home, losing our civilians, cities and economic infrastructure, when we could have done something about it when the problem was much smaller, if only we’d been proactive.  Of course, that doesn’t mean we should go around *starting* wars overseas which, of course, we have a bad habit of doing.

  16. Posted by Sheri Schneider, at Reply

    Thanks TYT for another great segment. I am glad you were able to find a financial commentator who realizes and can explain the long term problems that will be caused by by rolling back regulations to before the last crash. Local credit unions and small banks are very aware of these issues, because they had to pay part of the price for the reckless behavior of Wall Street and the big banks. Cenk sums up the attitude of those pushing for regulatory freedom very accurately with his comment “privatize the gain and socialize the loss” I can only hope people have a long enough memory to remember the last crash, which we still have not fully recovered from.

  17. Posted by Carmen Santana, at Reply


    • Posted by James Eslick, at Reply

      Excuse me? AMERICA voted.  Don’t be talking bad about our president!

    • Posted by sharper68, at Reply

      +James Eslick Why not,  the guy is halfwit and a shill who is selling out the entire country except for a handful of donors who stand to make billions.

  18. Posted by Zappy Zap, at Reply

    Republicans: doing their best to start a violent revolution.

    • Posted by Robin_King_Will, at Reply

      Zappy Zap my guy they live for it, in FL we literally had people buying guns wishing to start a new civil war

    • Posted by indigo gambino, at Reply

      Robin_King_Will. where?

    • Posted by indigo gambino, at Reply

      Robin_King_Will when

  19. Posted by noah schaefferkoetter, at Reply

    I’m all for money out of politics, but your fixing the symptom not the cause. As long as we have a 1 vote winner take all system, “bribes” will be there regardless. Can we please advocate for a priority voting system instead?

    • Posted by Master Of Fates, at Reply

      keep screaming this on every channel/place you can find. Its the only way we will get out off this black hole.

    • Posted by noah schaefferkoetter, at Reply

      +Master Of Fates
      I try to, but (regardless of political stance) there are too many that are comfortable with complacency. I hope this message catches on somewhere though.