As I’d stated in my blog about Joe Biden’s economic policies, for guys like myself, who are in our early 40s, our demands go beyond the procurement of affordable healthcare, tuition-free community colleges, or a decent minimum wage. Honestly speaking, can you imagine if Bill Clinton had delivered those in the 90s? What do you do when you’re in 2020, and the unflattering candidate’s economic policy keeps your dream alive?
This pro-Democrat Party blog sketches out former vice president Joe Biden’s key policies for the 2020 presidential election. As an independent mastermind, I’d like to suppose that I’m unbiased to either of the two leading political parties in the United States. For guys like myself, who are in our early 40s, our demands go beyond the procurement of free healthcare, tuition-free community colleges, or a decent minimum wage. We are also looking to increase our business possibilities, secure our retirement, all while having the chance to contribute to the overall development of our communities. In 2020, at the ballot box, our two main choices are going to be Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
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Following 2015, the progressive wing of the mainstream media drove us to resent the famous Republican motto, “Make America Great Again.” I’ve sat back and reserved my evaluations of the North American public. How well do we know our government? There is a disturbing pattern. North Americans will sleepwalk through a circumstance.
What comes to your mind when you think about the Scandinavian country known as Sweden? They are famous for healthy eating, “Fika” or their coffee culture. Most people remember the mythological Swedish blonde. Was that always a sign that the system is FAR more racist in Europe than it is in America and Canada?
Some of my readers in Canada and the United States might slam me for making positive remarks about Donald Trump. Here is how I regard it. I’m an American. President Trump is America’s leader. Therefore, I am committed, to be honest about his performance. Yes, Donald Trump has some extreme nationalistic rhetoric.
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