Constants and variables 60
After describing Trump as WYSIWYG, I caught a nice simple Constants and Variables theme.
Between Obama and Trump the promises
were constant. Both promised More Jobs and Less War. The fulfillment
Obama promised More Jobs and Less War. He gave us the opposite, Less Jobs and More War. The Less Jobs side was clear before
the 2008 election when he supported the TARP bailout. The More War side wasn't immediately clear because the purpose of those Arab revolutions wasn't clear. (To me anyway. Smarter people saw it.) After we could see that Hillary was starting those revolutions to benefit Soros, the whole picture was perfectly focused.
Trump promised More Jobs and Less War. So far he's fulfilling both sides. More Jobs started to appear before the inauguration, with various companies deciding to cut down outsourcing. Less War also appeared early with the call to Putin. Everything he's done since the inauguration has moved in the same direction. So far.
Going back one more step, how about Bush The Son? He gave us a whole fucking lot Less Jobs and a whole fucking lot More War, but did he violate a promise?
I don't think so. He simply didn't promise anything except Medicare Part D, which nobody wanted and nobody used. (I've been on Medicare for two years now; the basic Part A has performed well, but I still don't see why anyone would want or need Part D.)
So I guess you could say Bush The Son overdelivered. He promised a little gimmick that nobody wanted, and gave us a monstrous pile of hellish death that nobody wanted.
Wasn't that a slogan for some product back in the '50s? "Promise me anything but give me a monstrous pile of hellish death." Maybe. Doesn't quite sound right.
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