It’s Hard to Make America More Great When Trump Supporters Don’t Do Shit
Brookings Institute finds Trump supporters are the lowest output workers, BY FAR, in the country. And don’t ask about their IQ’s.
This is funny, but sadly it’s not a joke.
The Brookings Institute found Trump Supporters are the GDP dregs.
“The less-than-500 counties that Hillary Clinton carried nationwide encompassed a massive 64 percent of America’s economic activity as measured by total output in 2015. By contrast, the more-than-2,600 counties that Donald Trump won generated just 36 percent of the country’s output—just a little more than one-third of the nation’s economic activity.”
I realized a few months before the election that Trump would win. It hit me while I was arguing that Trump would never win, and my reasoning was that Americans could never be so stupid as to vote for this clown. That was my “OH SHIT” moment, I knew we were fucked right then.
Wow, what an eloquent speech Powell gave.
I love how those in his party who can’t accept such a credible slap on their face have resorted to the race card on this. Powell pre-empted such a lame explanation by saying (I paraphrase), “If I were to endorse him on race along I would have done that 8 months ago).”
You’d have to be an idiot to hear such an intelligent commentary and think it was simply about race.
On the other hand, such a powerful GOP figure crossing party lines with such an intelligent point of view must sting so bad you have to either ignore it or attach it with whatever lame and transparent excuses you can find.
I love how Powell said Palin was clearly incapable of being a president, which is the “job” of the vice-president. Let’s face it, Palin was a bad, bad choice. Yet another republican idiot? Why can’t the GOP just put some brain-trust on a ticket for once? We’ve suffered through GW, Quayle, and now Palin? Please!
I typically don’t like writing about politics, and when I do, my intent is not to promote a candidate, party, or belief system.
We’re seeing news now about a comment that Obama made that triggered powerful attacks from Clinton and McCain.
What I find interesting is that they accuse him of being detached from the working man.
I watched a documentary a few weeks ago about Obama. Prior to seeing this, I didn’t know about how he got started in Chicago. He made about $10k per year working for a very poor black community. The documentary portrayed Obama as a very passionate guy who was willing to make a lot less than he could in order to help people.
When he got into politics, he do so to continue championing their cause (according to the documentary).
So when I see these attacks that he is detached from the working man and “elitist”, I can’t help but think these are just desperate attempts to criticize him.
Perhaps Obama’s camp should remind people of his story.
And when it comes to calling people out on comments, how about the joke that McCain told during Bill Clinton’s presidency that started with the line, “Why is Chelsey Clinton so ugly?”. (I cite the Salon article because it is the first result Google returns for a search on that joke). After that, I’m not sure McCain (who I think is a good, decent guy) is so credible when it comes to calling others out. And I am sure Hillary has had her share as well.
I don’t sense a lot of integrity behind the attacks, and I am sure we’re only going to see a lot more of this as the election approaches.