Can’t blame Trump the impending recession. But he took the bait and credit for the “trump rally” when he should have kept a more realistic tone. He already had won the presidency. But the media and the left will make sure he owns it.
There are many hard decisions that must be made. Repeal Obamacare, lower taxes, reduce regulations. Curtail the EPA. Not any one piece of legislation can cure what ails us.
The US is like a patient that has been given a prescription for every little ailment. Some politician complained and a “prescription” was written into law. And now all the “solutions” are interacting to make the patient sick. Continue reading
Republicans in Congress are painting Americans into a corner they will never be able to get out of with Obamacare. The paint will never be dry, and we will always be stuck with a horrific piece of legislation.
Why are Republicans playing this game with our future? Do they truly believe that they can, via government, provide a better social program than the Democrats? What happened to Free Market principles.
First, repeal Obamacare completely. Continue reading
As Trump moves forward to become President of the United States(POTUS), you’d think that things were chaotic in DC. Nothing could be further fro the truth. Yes there are some that are getting their feathers ruffled(and that is a good thing).
If you want to see if Trump is actually draining the swamp in DC, watch just how many times he uses his Veto Power. Because if Congress is not getting vetoed legislation sent back to them, then you will know that the Swamp is not being drained.
Yes, the Veto can be overridden. But that takes compromise among those under the Capital Dome. And we have not seen that sort of cooperation for decades. Instead we have had the majority run over the minority not based on solid ideas and concepts, but on sheer force.
Trump can change that quickly and effectively. Trump, hopefully, will not have favorite stooges under the Capital Dome. Hopefully, he will spread out who he goes to to push forward valuable legislation.
Most importantly, Trump can Veto the thousands of Executive Orders put forth by Obama and Company, and do so quickly. Trump, who feels precedent has no value whatsoever, will do more the first week by reversing the bad choices of Obama, than any other POTUS in modern history.
And that is a good thing.
Misplaced outrage is all around us. I don’t even have to give you the examples, but it’s likely even you have been guilty of having misplaced outrage.
“Did you hear what So and So said? What are we going to do?”
Establishment politicians have a major advantage over un-elected challengers. They are reelected at rates that boggle the mind when you consider how unhappy we are with their performances. In November, the majority of you will vote to keep your Representatives and your Senators despite the fact that they have been in office as the debt of this nation has gone from $7 trillion to $20 trillion, wars around the planet we participate in are multiplying and the US economy dies a slow and steady death. Continue reading