Nichol Draper - West Jordan, UT, you know that we had better growth during the
Obama Presidency right? The wealthy were the ones that have made
out like bandits with the GOP tax give away to the ultra rich and Corportations
already overflowing in profits. This did nothing to help the middle
class. The stock Market did better under President Obama than it is doing under
Trump. Health care that Trump promised "for all" has never happened.
The GOP tried to remove health care from millions but Senator McCain blocked
that from happening. And we can still see the horrible tweets from Trump
against him. Classless. Are you kidding with your comments that
Trump doesn't pander to the elites? Really, then explain how the Koch
Brothers, and Trump himself got Billions back with this crazy tax deal? Can you
tell us? Middle class didnt do so well. And future generations are now saddled
with more GOP caused debt and deficits. Not to mention the enviornment that is
being disregarded by Trump and the GOP. Trump isn't a self made
man. Inherited wealth, and theft from those he owes money to does not make him
a "successful" man in any sense of the word.
Wow, truth eludes this crowd. Under Trump finally wages of the middle class are
going up, the number of billionaires world wide is going down -- still going up
in the USA and the elites complain day and night about Trump. And the comments
here say Trump is out of touch? Well excuse the --- that we the middle America
elected but he shows the elites and the world the respect they deserve. None.
I thought the reason for the attacks against Schultz is that he's talking
about running as an Independent, which some see as drawing votes away from Dem
Donald Trump has'nt given success a bad name. He's given the
presidency a bad stain. Financial success does not define trump, nor Biden or
Beto as the article tries to paint it on them, as well. Listen to
them speak. Learn their stories, and hear what they say. Trump hasn't given
success a bad name. He's given dignity a sucker punch, decency a drop kick,
intelligence a banishment and dignity a low blow. Success, or not, has nothing
to do with that.
We have had great leaders (and a few stinkers as well) who came from privilege.
And a few who did not.The question is not how much a given candidate
has or hasn't in their brokerage account(s). The question is the policies
he/she espouses.I think we can all look down on those candidates of
privilege who campaign as the champion of the average American, but govern as
the friend of the already well-off. The well-off in this country rarely suffer
much. Here or anywhere really.
trump has given everything he's touched a bad name.And now
he's touched America.