Sunday, October 7, 2018

The Horrors And Destruction That Donald Trump Has Imposed On America...Just Kidding! Part 14

Before we start today’s discussion, let’s review my voting history: 
  • I have never voted for a Republican for President in my life. 
  • Thus, I did not vote for Trump. 
  • I have rarely voted for a Republican for national office in my life. 
About 18 months ago, many liberals, Democrats, and millennials were besides themselves with grief and fear because their pre-ordained queen, Hillary Clinton, was not elected President. Instead, Donald Trump was elected, an individual that these same people despised, hated, and feared, an individual they felt would endanger and possibly destroy the country and our democracy. For the past year and a half they fretted, worried and lashed out at anything or anyone that even remotely smelled of Donald Trump.

Given that Trump has been in office for over 21 months or so, I thought, that as someone who did not vote for him, it would be a good idea to review the horror, trauma, and terrible things that Trump has subjected the country to in just eighteen month’s time. This is obviously a very sarcastic comment when you take an unbiased look at what has happened during the Trump Presidency. The many previous posts we did on this topic identified over 180 good things that have happened to America and Americans since Trump became President can found by entering the phrase “the horrors and destruction” in the search box above.

Since the last “horrors and destruction” post some additional accomplishments and good tidings have occurred as a result of this Presidency:

-A revamped NAFTA treaty structure with Mexico and Canada has been finalized which will open up a multi-billion dollar Canadian dairy market to American dairy farmers.

-The American auto industry has hailed the new trade agreement as a winner for the domestic auto industry which should result in higher sales and higher employment in that industry.

-As a result of the trade deal, foreign auto manufacturers have announced plans or intentions to move more auto production into the U.S. including BMW, Daimler, and Nissan which should result in more, higher paying jobs in that industry.

-The national unemployment rate at 3.7% has hit the lowest level in 49 years.

-The Federal Reserve predicts that the unemployment rate could go as low as 3.5% in 2019 and still stay below 4% through 2021.

-The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported that there are now 16,000 fewer Federal government employees than when the Trump administration began, a very small positive step in getting the Federal government spending under control.

-Lowest paid workers in the economy are seeing the strongest wage gains, registering a 5.1% average increase in wages in the second quarter vs. 1.7% for all workers as the hot economy and low unemployment levels fuel wage growth.

- According to CNBC’s Global CFO Council, the U.S. economy is the only major national economy in the world that is growing, with all other major economies rated as stable or declining.

-Trump has donated the latest portion of his annual salary to establish a new entrepreneurship program for military veterans, giving his salary to the U.S. Small Business Administration, which will use the money to establish an “Emerging Leaders” program solely focused on helping veterans start small businesses after military life.

Another 9 reasons to add to the previous 176 or so reasons why the first year and a half of the Trump Presidency has not wrought disaster on the country.

For those of you that have hated on Trump since day one, and given your obvious gross error in judgment relative to Trump, let me ask that you to do us all a favor by implementing the following changes in your behavior and attitude:
  • Chill out, tamp down your TDS affliction. No matter how much you hate Trump on a sexist, personal basis, get over it. He is the legally and duly elected President, he will be around for a while so refocus your hatred on more constructive issues and matters. You will live a lot longer if you take your hatred out of your heart and soul and devote it to something positive.
  • I would really appreciate it if some of you would apologize to the Trump voters you have disrespected in some of the grossest terms possible over the past year. You have called millions of voters racists, ignorant, stupid, Nazis, KKK members, and other horrible names simply because you disagreed with their voting choice. No American should be called such disgusting names simply because they exercised their Constitutional rights to the best of their abilities. Plus, slandering over 60 million Americans is no way to unite the country and get it focused on the real issues facing us all.
  • More personally, I would like, no I am demanding, an apology from some of you for your slanderous and disgusting name calling because in doing so, you insulted and disrespected my sister, my family members, my friends, and my co-workers who simply voted their conscience. I will defend their right to vote anyway they wanted and will no put up with your childish and vicious venom and bile directed at them, very important people in my life.
  • And finally, I challenge you to read the following blog post, a post that shows quite clearly that it was hateful people like some of you and your silence during the Obama years that actually caused Trump to be elected. Thus, the people you hate for voting for Trump are actually looking back at you in the mirror:

If you were silent in the dozens of instances listed in this post then you were responsible for the very thing you hate: a Trump Presidency. Or put another way, a so far successful and productive Trump Presidency. Over 180 accomplishments in a little more than a year and a half is not too shabby despite many of you wanting both Trump and the country to fail.

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