Thursday, March 16, 2017

Trump Administration The Road Ahead

Trump wants to cut a quarter of the EPA’s budget
42 of President Donald Trump's planned EPA budget cuts
Trump seeks 'historic' U.S. military spending boost, domestic cuts
Trump Aims to Pass $1 Trillion Infrastructure After Tax Cuts
GOP health bill a $600 billion tax cut for the wealthy
Trump Wants to Kill PBS and the National Endowment for the Arts
Trump's budget cut to foreign aid
EPA Rollback With Order on Clean Water
Republicans Set to Cut Mine Safety Inspections
Trump Signs Repeal Of Obama Coal Mining Regulations
Trump Mulls Cutting $6 Billion From HUD to Fund Defense
List of executive actions by Donald Trump so far (Wikipedia)
List of executive actions by Donald Trump so far (FOX News as of March 6, 2017)


So OK folks here it is in the nutshell
If your one who hates media criticism, food inspections, wall street regulations, clean water & air, safety regulations, unions, discouraging 1%'ers' being appointed to run the country, having to help pay for healthcare, arts/education, allowing foreigners/other religions living here, taxpayer supported retirement plans (SS/entirely separately offered public workers plans), not being allowed to drill fossil fuels in national parks, housing assistance, not spending more on nukes/warships/fighter jets and a whole host of other shiny objects--you're going to really enjoy the next few years. Trump and his crew in congress are the way to go.

On The Other Hand
If you care about retirement, clean air/water, safety, wall street/banking regulations, local funding, labor, etc.---Your probably not much of a supporter realizing once these go away little can be done for decades in the hopes of ever bringing them back.

I think you can gather how I feel about this. If not let me make this clear as possible. If I were to hold up a mirror it would reflect in the opposite for what everything this administration stands for. In being so I'm in no way a threat to the current administration nor government--rather a reflection in opposition to what it stands for in my opinions. So far we're allowed to do that.


I only hope--with the direction we're headed--I may never be accused "an enemy of the state' for speaking out. Who knows what tomorrow may bring. Something too which concerns me.

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