Young, forward thinking, entreprenurial, smart, data/fact driven, creative, and sincere.
He was able to stand out last night on a debate stage with fewer candidates as the only one addressing the massive economic changes we are undergoing due to the dramatic effects on the workplace of rapid technological advancements a
What kind of President would he be?
Damn! I have become so politically burnt-out that I didn't even remember to watch the debate. Now I will have to ask youtube to show what you folks are talking about.
From the past—Yang's UBI was a deal-killer for me.
Oh well . . . I did struggle through two hours of the 3 1/2 hour debate. But I just couldn't finish it. Almost a same ol' same ol' repeat.
Sanders is a broken record that is almost unbearable to hear. Turn him over, he's done.
Warren is . . . just more Warren. I was not impressed.
Mayor Pete - I was disappointed. He is for reparations. Sure, let's throw some money at it, money fixes everything. (that was sarcasm!)
Yang - I was impressed. He seems like a guy with ideas, (not plans!). I liked his presentation at the debate even though I am strongly against his UBI plan.
My winner was Klobuchar. I liked her early on and then fell into a fascination with Mayor Pete. Now, I think she is a top contender. I could vote for a Klobuchar ticket. Maybe Klobuchar/Yang?
I could go with that. Any combo that doesn't include Biden or Bloomberg would be acceptable to me. Of course, I have a few favorites.
But, I am really curious, what kind of President do you think Yang would be? Do you see him as a strong leader, or do you think he would get swallowed up by the enormity of the position?
I see him as a man of clarity, who can keep the big picture in his sights while also informing his decisions with the information and details gleaned from research and listening to experts.
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