How to Make a New Political Position Out of the Worst-Case Scenario
I’m always looking for a way to “move past” something.
It’s the same reason I have to constantly reevaluate my political position in order to see if it makes sense.
In this case, it’s because I’ve decided that the only thing that could be worse than Trump winning the White House in 2020 is a Hillary Clinton presidency in 2020.
If I had that thought back in 2020, I wouldn’t have voted for Clinton in the first place.
But I do, and so I must.
And so does my family.
I was not a Republican until the last few years, and I’ve come to know a lot of people who are now Republicans.
But there’s a lot more to it than that.
It is a party of the past.
It has abandoned the conservative principles of Reaganism.
It will never be a party that stands for economic freedom, limited government, or protection of individual rights.
And it has failed to build coalitions that can unite the nation against the president’s agenda.
And, in a way, I’m happy to see that because I know that a lot will change in the years to come.
But it will not be as quick as many Americans would like.
The Republicans are not the party of big government and individual liberty.
They’re the party that favors big government, big government at the expense of individual liberties, and a Trump presidency would be bad news for the entire conservative movement.
The Trump Presidency Would Be Bad News for The GOP There’s another way to look at it, however.
As I’ve said many times, the Trump presidency will not end the Republicans’ long-term economic decline.
That’s not to say that the Trump administration would not end economic decline; in fact, it would.
But in the long run, the impact of Trump on the economy will be small compared to the impact that the Clintons have had on the country.
The Democrats, on the other hand, are in the process of undoing nearly every economic change that the Republicans made during the Reagan administration.
That means that the effects of the Trump Presidency on the American economy will continue to be felt for years to follow.
But the longer this lasts, the more the GOP will be left behind in the economic recovery.
This is why the GOP needs to make the case for economic prosperity and opportunity.
I’m not advocating that the party abandon its economic conservatism.
I just want to say it again: The Trump presidency is a big problem for the GOP.
The party must come together and make the argument that it can lead the country forward, while also fighting for economic and social justice.
I believe that the Democrats’ economic agenda is a continuation of the failed policies of the Clinton administration.
In other words, if you’re a Democrat and you care about economic freedom and individual liberties—and, I suspect, a lot—then I strongly suggest that you support a Trump administration.
The only way that the GOP can make progress on economic issues is if the Democrats support the Republican agenda.
It seems to me that Democrats are going to have to be far more principled and principled than they were in the Reagan years to do this.
The Party Needs to Take On The Democrats And The Clinton Agenda First, the GOP has to get out of the way.
I’ve been critical of the GOP’s obstructionist tendencies for a long time, and the fact that I am now arguing that the Republican Party needs to take on the Democrats is no small matter.
But Trump, by any measure, is a disaster for the Republican cause.
I think we all agree that we need a Trumpian presidency.
And I think it’s fair to say, from my perspective, that Trump has demonstrated that he is incapable of governing.
But what I’m also convinced of is that Trumpism is not going to work.
I don’t think Trumpism can be a political or economic force, and, in fact (if the economy is the issue), it doesn’t really matter whether the GOP does or does not support the Democrats.
The Republican Party can only make the kind of progress that the Democratic Party has made in its long-run economic policies.
The key to this is that the country is not in deep crisis, and there’s nothing that Trump or Clinton are doing to help the country in a crisis.
The country’s economic situation has been deteriorating for decades.
But, as I’ve written previously, there’s something fundamentally wrong with the way that Trump and the GOP are attempting to fix it.
The economy is in deep trouble, and it’s not the fault of Trump or the GOP, but it’s the fault, I believe, of Clinton and the Democratic party.
The Clinton legacy is one of enormous economic inequality, which is a clear sign of how the Clinton legacy has led to a lot less opportunity for everyone.
The result has been a lot worse economic inequality than we’re currently experiencing.
The GOP should be fighting to correct the structural problem and move the country toward a more equitable distribution of income. That