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Topic - My Fear- Democrat Anarchists that won't give up
Posted: June 26 2017 at 2:44pm By Technophobe
Originally posted by Medclinician Medclinician wrote:



Nothing bad has happened to America since Donald Trump took office except the left wing extremists who have become our new terrorists in America.
I beg to differ, Med.

There is some debate about the final figure: "Is it 23 million or just 22?"  'And then there are the spin doctors who point out that the original figure was 21 million and therefore it has only gone up by 1 million - effectively hiding 21 or 22 million as it was "already mentioned".  But, however you spin it, between 22 and 23 million people are about to lose their access to health insurance.  That is without the cuts in medicaid.  

Trump is about to cut taxes for the rich.  That will not help the blue-collar workers one bit, but it might "make America great again" - like before the crash of the 1920s: if your definition of great is one of financial opportunities for a select few to become very rich. - "Sod the poor, they do not count!"

Also, the shape of the wider world (outside America) is very different now from that at the turn of the 20th century.  There is a global economy now.  Shipping and international trade is the driving force of all burgeoning economies.  Everyone needs friends, like never before.

The protectionist behavior of Trump will take a while to do its damage, but it will happen.  The wider world will have to cross the worry line between: "When America sneezes, the world catches cold." and the realization that the drain from its protectionism is the greater damage.  That could take quite a while, but it is eventually certain.  Who cares: a few will get very rich first?

Of the 22/3 million without medical insurance, only a small proportion will die within the presidential term of office.  The effects, however delayed, of the brewing economic holocaust will be far greater.  I can only give you my estimate of casualties, but they will be in the millions.

If you think the socially responsible from your country are terrorists for protesting against this, then consider how many die  in their protests.

No one is perfect, all politics kill, but who kills the larger number?  Who are the terrorists now?