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 possibilities in the 90s? What do you do when you’re in 2020, and the unflattering candidate’s economic policy keeps your financial dream alive? People who have not experienced generational wealth often bolster the Democrats when they propose to increase “The Estate Tax.” They forget about those who did not come from generational wealth but hope to establish it for their offspring.
In such a situation, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or even culture does not suffice. The devastation of losing everything you have worked for is the only fear you face at that point.”
That is where you find people who juggle with the decision on whether Donald Trump’s tax policy helps them way more than his immigration policy harms others. Okay, here is the bottom line. What matters more to you? Your family, and your community, or the families and communities of the people in other countries? The politically correct answer to that question would be both. Just because you are a middle-class American citizen, that does not mean you should be insensitive to the misfortune of people who want to immigrate to America. You should have a good heart, and you must remain humble. That’s until you cannot pay the tax on your property because a new bill has increased it dramatically.
That bill was put in place by politicians who would instead make laws that benefit people who want to immigrate to America rather than ones that help those who are already grappling with life in the country. In such a situation, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or even culture does not suffice. The devastation of losing everything you have worked for is the only fear you face at that point. If you are a Republican, what do you choose? Your family and community or the new settler from that poverty-stricken country? What is it like to have Republican problems? Of course, it’s shameful that your candidate wants to “Make America Great Again” by building a ten billion dollar wall along the Mexican border.
He has issued an international travel ban on Islamic and third world countries, wants to repeal and replace Obama Care while having dozens of allegations against him on offenses like racism, covetousness, sexual misbehavior, or fanaticism. Although he negotiates trade deals that make your products more valuable, protects your right to bear arms, institute tax breaks for those investing in poor communities, calls out world leaders when they do not pay up on their tabs, institute prison reforms, massive tax cuts, and a historic job development increment to where millions of minorities saw a noticeable improvement in their income. He is a cheeky nationalist who likes to fuck, but a lot of people are eating.
Maybe an increase in the minimum wage would give a step up, Obama Care is a blessing. These residents want tuition-free community colleges with a chance to have their permanent residence or citizenship.”
What to do and who not to choose? For the average voter who has some resources and has much to lose, the question is whether to build a more robust military, reform the immigration, tax, and the healthcare system and renegotiate international trade and coalition agreements? For those who do not yet have their own resources, the question is how to get them? Maybe an increase in the minimum wage would give a step up, Obama Care is a blessing. These residents want tuition-free community colleges with a chance to have their permanent residence or citizenship. Senior citizens and veterans would like to know if they could retire respectfully and leave a good legacy for their children and grandchildren? If the president who addresses our needs had built a wall or tweeted some rude remarks. What would an Independent choose?*