Wow is all I can say about yesterday’s election. Our country is so divided. So divided that they have no idea how to make important decisions. If our new president elect does any, or all of his pledges, our country is going to be going down the drain fairly quickly.
How about building that wall? Think that is going to happen? Estimated cost is 25 billion dollars. Think Mexico is going to be paying for it? Or better, do you think this is going to make our country richer and safer. I think not. I think it makes our country poorer and more divided.
So, the person that gets the most votes loses the election? That is some kind of fucked up political system. Our electoral college system didn’t work so well this time again. I guess the nearly half the population, at least 1/2 the people that voted, are happy. I doubt they have all their assets invested in stocks, because I very much doubt they are going to be liking that.
I’m not into virtually any of Trump’s ideas. The stock market is going to tank today. And it will keep tanking. Solar stocks are going down the toilet because we need to rebuild our nation and he doesn’t see any value in green energy. He is into coal mines, so let’s just fuck up our air like it was in the 70’s and 80’s.
I could keep going on and on. This, in my opinion, was the biggest mistake our country has made in current times. I’m worried about keeping health insurance after whacking my head a month ago. If you have, or don’t have any health insurance, you should be worried. I’m worried about our kids who are in our military. Pretty much everything.
This doesn’t have anything to do with your political party or views. I live in Kansas and the voters here have made some really bad political choices recently. Our state has been suffering since. I see no difference here, except on a national level. We picked an unqualified person to be the most powerful person on our planet. That can not work out well for us.
Trade,, immigration, taxes, you name it, it is going to be a problem. The election has created uncertainty. The rest of the world is in shock. Our image to the rest of the world just dropped a few more notches. Welcome to the new United States of America.