Interacting with everyday people here in Chicago, during which politics comes up as a topic often, has taught me a few lessons.
Not everyone who voted for Trump is an idiot.
Some of those people had what they thought were very good non-racist reasons for doing so.
The people you often expect to be Clinton, Trump or Sanders supporters from just looking at them will often surprise you.
Many people took Trump at his word because he has been so masterful at painting himself as a guy who does what he says and they thought his bad traits were just for show.
That last one is most important, IMHO.
If you voted for Trump because of #4, then honestly ask yourself: How many promises has he broken? At what point do you have to admit (if you are being honest with yourself) that he is just not the person he said he is, and that he conned you just as he has conned so many other people?
When do you just get mad at what he did to you and so many of his non-rich followers? Or do you just keep up the charade because admitting you were fooled is just too painful?
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Please, please, puh-LEEZE let the people who are fleecing…er, enticing folks with this AMAZING OFFER — the BEST OFFER! — covertly be black lesbian abortionists.
Because, if there are going to be grifters attached to this shady administration, I’d just as soon they be our grifters.
In a related thought: I really should start a right-wing pro-GOP church which preaches the Prosperity Gospel and then secretly give all the proceeds to Planned Parenthood.
President Trump admitted he was floored by how “complicated” the health care system is when speaking Monday at the National Governor’s Association meeting at the White House. “It’s an unbelievably complex subject,” Trump said, while outlining the plans his administration has come up with to repeal and replace ObamaCare. “Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated.”
Trump explained that his team has come up with a solution that gives states “the flexibility they need to make the end result really, really good for them.” But “statutorily” and because they “have to know what the health care is going to cost,” Trump explained, health care has to get sorted out before he can go ahead with his tax cut plan — though he promised that will be “major, it’s going to be simple, and the whole tax plan is wonderful.” “It’s actually, tax cutting has never been that easy, but it’s a tiny little ant compared to what we’re talking about with ObamaCare,” Trump said, deeming the Affordable Care Act a “failed disaster” that’s “no longer affordable.”
Who could have guessed that a $3.2 trillion expenditure that makes up over 17% of GDP could be so complicated? I mean, who’da thunk?