So, my question would be, is there a problem with the right? And if yes, what are they?
Yeah, the right has problems. For one, they want to revamp or take away social programs that have been and still are successful, because they continue withdraw from those accounts. Thats divisive.
Paul Ryan basically promised to revamp all social programs this year but Trump ran on a promise that he wouldn't allow it. I think this may have something to do with Ryan announcing retirement. Just a hunch.Well they claim to want that, but when have you actually seen them do that. Sure they may bump the numbers (age and ammounts) but when do they actually come in and 100% "yeah that is no more"? I haven't seen it, hell the whole dreamer bullshit is still on the table for immigration reform. It's all bullshit IMHO.
Ultimately, this is all mental masturbation. We're heading for a civil war. Everything is cyclical and history is no exception. Bloodshed is unfortunate and unwanted, but inevitable. We're at a point of brinkmanship within our country, our Cuban Missile Crisis as it were.
That is another interesting point in all this. The way we talk about issues and the context of those issues is so much different than it was 50+ years ago. Our society has changed so much and, frankly, we have it very, very good....especially given the reality of how great we all have it. Sure, things could always be better, but for the vast majority of Americans, there is no better place to be.
It's hard for me to imagine a true civil war scenario, although we have already seen pockets of violence and tension. Do you think it could escalate into more widespread scenarios?
It doesn't matter who Trump nominates, liberal, conservative, vegetable, they pick will opposed out of spite...by at least some people. I hope his staff is smart and they find one or more clean candidates, people without baggage or controversy. The People aren't voting on this judge and politicians may be less inclined to let some behavior slide.