At this point, I'm using this whole Trump thing as a learning experience.
This is the first time I sat out a Presidential election due to my utter dislike of both candidates. I don't like Trumps demeanor or ways, or Tweets, or his personality so it's HARD to see the good that being the truth of how I feel. Yet, this economy is on fire. People are working. Businesses are hiring and expanding. This is positive and good for our country. So you would have to be quite unintelligent if you can't admit the facts. I don't wanna be that person.
It's a real stretch, going against your feelings when they don't line up with the facts. But we need to bc most of us are tired of extremists and nay Sayers who can only be loyal to a party and not the good of the country.
This is the first time I sat out a Presidential election due to my utter dislike of both candidates.
Too many people confuse issues with people. A president can do something good and still be a lying criminal. A lot of people can't be that objective, they think of the issue and the person who signs the bill or writes the law as one and the same. So Trump gave the rich a huge tax cut and a little one for everyone else, he must be a swell guy in every other aspect of life then. Right? Or Bill Clinton left office with a national surplus in the billions, he must be an all around great guy, right?
You can always tell who supports their party above everything else...
You have to be blind or stupid to not acknowledge this factoid.
While its true there was growth in the GDP under Obama the fact is that if left alone the GDP would've grown anyway. Also, due to Obama poor fiscal and regulatory and tax policies the growth was anemic and not the level of growth needed to sustain a healthy economy.
You should probably go read up on the CRA and the changes that occured during the Clinton years that contributed to the collapse. In addition, take a look at the actions of Barney Frank when he was advised of the insolvency of Freddie and Fannie.