- Jan 23, 2014
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- Central Ohio
I would disagree with that.As long as we keep electing wealthy men to lead the nation, the gap between the average worker and the rich guy is going to grow regardless if party. But oh my one is not to talk about class division. I call bull on that.
We elected a non-wealthy person, namely Obama who was a community organizer, and the result was a poorer America.
The worst thing we can do is elect poor people to office, who have never worked or succeeded in the market, and have no idea what a hard days work is, or what making your own money is, or how the economy works.
Trump for his flaws, understand because he's lived it, that high corporate taxes for example, result in corporations investing outside the country.
Obama was never that smart, because he's never run a business of any kind in his entire life.
That moron, even asked Steve Jobs, if they would bring iPhone production to the US... proving he had no clue why iPhones were outsourced to begin with.
And of course he didn't have a clue. He's never done anything profitable in his life. How could he possibly know, when he's never made so much as a glass lemonade and sold it?
The problem isn't voting for wealthy people. The problem is voting for ignorant people.