The Democrats are wrong. There is doom and gloom in America today. We have economic concerns.

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We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

Not to mention the social issues. The catastrophic BLM radical feminist agenda. The mass school shootings in the country. The astronomical rates of depression and single young men and women in this country. We can overcome this by believing in American history and traditions.

Today There is a lot of doom and gloom in America. Most especially for the youth including folks in their 30s


Homelessness Hits Record High After 12% Jump This Year, U.S. Officials Say​

Ana Faguy
Forbes Staff
I cover breaking news.
Dec 15, 2023,04:01pm EST


Even while the S&P 500 is doing good. It is only carried by a few companies. Most of the S&P 500 is under performing. So there are some important point being made about the claim of the “stock market booming” or “Bidens economy roaring”….One most Americans don’t own stocks.



As for Americans who do own stocks most of them don’t have insider information to make a bunch of money on one or a few individual stocks.




Your average American doesn’t have $500,000 to pump into the S&P 500 and hope to make 10% in a year.

Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a emergency that cost a few thousand dollars.

57% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 emergency expense, says new report​


 
We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

Not to mention the social issues. The catastrophic BLM radical feminist agenda. The mass school shootings in the country. The astronomical rates of depression and single young men and women in this country. We can overcome this by believing in American history and traditions.

Today There is a lot of doom and gloom in America. Most especially for the youth including folks in their 30s


Homelessness Hits Record High After 12% Jump This Year, U.S. Officials Say​

Ana Faguy
Forbes Staff
I cover breaking news.
Dec 15, 2023,04:01pm EST


Even while the S&P 500 is doing good. It is only carried by a few companies. Most of the S&P 500 is under performing. So there are some important point being made about the claim of the “stock market booming” or “Bidens economy roaring”….One most Americans don’t own stocks.



As for Americans who do own stocks most of them don’t have insider information to make a bunch of money on one or a few individual stocks.




Your average American doesn’t have $500,000 to pump into the S&P 500 and hope to make 10% in a year.

Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a emergency that cost a few thousand dollars.

57% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 emergency expense, says new report​


Democrats are out to destroy America.
 
We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

Not to mention the social issues. The catastrophic BLM radical feminist agenda. The mass school shootings in the country. The astronomical rates of depression and single young men and women in this country. We can overcome this by believing in American history and traditions.

Today There is a lot of doom and gloom in America. Most especially for the youth including folks in their 30s


Homelessness Hits Record High After 12% Jump This Year, U.S. Officials Say​

Ana Faguy
Forbes Staff
I cover breaking news.
Dec 15, 2023,04:01pm EST


Even while the S&P 500 is doing good. It is only carried by a few companies. Most of the S&P 500 is under performing. So there are some important point being made about the claim of the “stock market booming” or “Bidens economy roaring”….One most Americans don’t own stocks.



As for Americans who do own stocks most of them don’t have insider information to make a bunch of money on one or a few individual stocks.




Your average American doesn’t have $500,000 to pump into the S&P 500 and hope to make 10% in a year.

Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a emergency that cost a few thousand dollars.

57% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 emergency expense, says new report​



Actually, things are just plain ROSY for those few. Their perspective is all that matters ya know.
They hold the Gold, they make the rules......the sheeple just comply.
 
We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

Not to mention the social issues. The catastrophic BLM radical feminist agenda. The mass school shootings in the country. The astronomical rates of depression and single young men and women in this country. We can overcome this by believing in American history and traditions.

Today There is a lot of doom and gloom in America. Most especially for the youth including folks in their 30s


Homelessness Hits Record High After 12% Jump This Year, U.S. Officials Say​

Ana Faguy
Forbes Staff
I cover breaking news.
Dec 15, 2023,04:01pm EST


Even while the S&P 500 is doing good. It is only carried by a few companies. Most of the S&P 500 is under performing. So there are some important point being made about the claim of the “stock market booming” or “Bidens economy roaring”….One most Americans don’t own stocks.



As for Americans who do own stocks most of them don’t have insider information to make a bunch of money on one or a few individual stocks.




Your average American doesn’t have $500,000 to pump into the S&P 500 and hope to make 10% in a year.

Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a emergency that cost a few thousand dollars.

57% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 emergency expense, says new report​


Annnnnd.....THAT IS THE REAL ECONOMY....
 
The country has gone to shit. About 70% of Americans say we are going in the wrong direction. So, the answer to your question is obvious.
No doubt the country i going in the wrong direction. The question is who is pushing it that way. The right has convinced many to distrust every government agency. Our country cannot survive without a government people support.
 
We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

The home ownership rate actually declined during Reagan's first four years in office, going from 65.6% in early 1981 to 63.5% in late 1985. It never fully recovered while Reagan was in office. The highest it reached after 1981 was 64.2% in the third quarter of 1987 (LINK). To be fair, it should be noted that the home ownership rate dropped even lower in 2015-2016, under Obama.

Also, the mortgage interest rate remained above 9% for Reagan's entire presidency, with the lowest rate being 9.03% in March 1987 (LINK). Of course, it was well over 10% during Jimmy Carter's last two years in office.

I say these things as a big Reagan fan. Reagan's overall economic record was solid. Presidents cannot wave a magic wand and control activities such as home ownership.
 
We have a lot of work to do in America. We need better jobs. We need lower prices of homes. Lower interest rates on home loans. This ain’t like it was back in the 1980s. It was a lot easier for the American people to get into the middle class in the 1980s.

Not to mention the social issues. The catastrophic BLM radical feminist agenda. The mass school shootings in the country. The astronomical rates of depression and single young men and women in this country. We can overcome this by believing in American history and traditions.

Today There is a lot of doom and gloom in America. Most especially for the youth including folks in their 30s


Homelessness Hits Record High After 12% Jump This Year, U.S. Officials Say​

Ana Faguy
Forbes Staff
I cover breaking news.
Dec 15, 2023,04:01pm EST


Even while the S&P 500 is doing good. It is only carried by a few companies. Most of the S&P 500 is under performing. So there are some important point being made about the claim of the “stock market booming” or “Bidens economy roaring”….One most Americans don’t own stocks.



As for Americans who do own stocks most of them don’t have insider information to make a bunch of money on one or a few individual stocks.




Your average American doesn’t have $500,000 to pump into the S&P 500 and hope to make 10% in a year.

Most Americans don’t have enough money to cover a emergency that cost a few thousand dollars.

57% of Americans can’t afford a $1,000 emergency expense, says new report​


The 1980s was tough and homes were not cheap compared to incomes, interest rate was 9-20%
 

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