Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump, what are the differences that should make one of them president?
Trump wants to change the Trade agreements with China, North America (NAFTA), Central America (CAFTA), etc.
If he were to accomplish this (which probably can be done by executive order, why not, Obama uses EOs to get around what Congress makes law all the time) so that we are not running a 500 Billion a year deficit to China, and so that corporations/businesses start returning jobs to America rather than shipping them overseas and shutting down their plants in America.
Trump wants to build a functional border with Mexico, and get them to pay for it, and he CAN... the fact that we are running a 58 Billion dollar yearly deficit with Mexico (and growing) means that all he has to do is slam Mexico with Tariffs and that almost 60 Billion goes down to 0... and Mexico can't afford that, any politician that allowed that to happen would be out of a job, and in Mexico the way they do things, maybe out of a life.
Trump isn't interested in kissing the a__ of Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, or any other country that Obama traveled to, bowed down to, or apologized for America to ... Trump will do what is best for America, and not bow down to anyone, for anything... as President of the United States, you should never bow or bend a knee to anyone.
As for Hillary, the Clintons have been in bed with China since they first aspired to Bill becoming President... and with her as President the Trade agreements with China, Mexico, and everyone else will stay the same or get worse... which means losing more jobs, having lower wages, and running up Trillions in debt every year... until China and the other countries get tired of paying for our Debt, and say screw America.
At which point, things will turn worse than anyone alive can remember seeing in this country.
What's he going to do about Israel? You know we upped our tax donation to them to 4 billion, but Beebs wants more. Adelson/Trump/Netanyahu. That's what I see. And that p's me off to high heaven. Trump says US wages too high. What lower than $7.25 hr?
Is that all the issues that you know about, what about the other issues? The media, debates, and polls don't tell us about the positions of the candidates as they are focused on the personalities. Where are the Real Issues?
Israel is the issue. It's why 9/11 happened, why we went to iraq, syria, got rid of ghaddafi, all of it. It's called PNAC. Neo con zionist NWO.Nitwit come here and get standing ovations while our prez called liar. Its THE issue, and Trumps on da rump
With a President Clinton we'll see four to eight more years of dull, centerline, but generally well-administered government for most of us domestically. FOX and GOP pundits will rave about what a liberal socialist traitor she is, even though she'll be even more right-wing than George Bush Jr. was (the deals she's cutting with Wall Street to win is sealing her fate). She is so hated by the true right and by the true left that she'll have a lot of trouble.
With a President Trump I suspect we'll see a lot of theatrics. There'll be a lot of "pants dropping" revelations and embarrassment of old establishment senators and representatives. The 2,000-person West Wing staffs will probably go away along with a lot of other bureaucratic waste in executive departments. He's never said he'll do this. But he is a business person and not a typical politician. He's made it clear he doesn't respect the old game and I would be surprised if he slide into the old system without changing something.
You can throw into that... under Hillary (and the rest) the country will continue to get poorer, lose jobs, add people to welfare, etc.
Under Trump, we just might see an economic turn around, a growth in jobs, and companies stop shipping them oversea
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