Posturing shouldn't supersede common sense
As for a prioritized list of problems facing the US, the order is irrelevant. The central problem is: no leadership. None. Were I suddenly president, I'd give Congress the list of problems and tell them to solve them. All of them. I'd veto literally every piece of legislation that came across my desk that didn't solve a problem on the list until all were effectively solved. They might be able to override my vetoes, but given the divisions within Congress at this time, that wouldn't apply to most of them.
Expected result: passage of almost no legislation for quite a while. Which would be a good thing, considering that most of what comes out of Congress is somewhere between useless and harmful. This is, of course, why I'll never be elected. That and the fact that I'd never run for office.
Blacks voting for Ds that keep them in failing schools (thanks, Randi!), in failing economies, and in ever-greater competition with illegals for their standard of living, are like women voting for decarceration policies that put them at personal risk and for tranny policies destroying everything they’ve worked for for 50 years at-risk. If blacks & women voted their own best interests, they’d never again vote D, and the country would be a safer, more-prosperous and more educated place.
The title says it all.
Thanks for some more talking points to keep bringing up with my liberal friends. People are waking up, but too slowly.
Great article. Do you mind if I post it in Facebook and if not, how would I do it?
Outstanding article. The biggest problem with it is that it contains too much common sense for many people.