Trump finally leads Biden in the polls. All of Washington should tremble
Your columns are always good or better. This one is excellent. But, let's face it--- POLLS mean nothing. This election will be tainted once again by ballot box stuffing; ballot harvesting; and a press that cares only about POWER and MONEY. As Hannity said yesterday ask most Americans what the three branches of our government are and 75% of the populace cannot name them. We are a dumbed down society of mostly IDIOTS who will vote for whomever gives them money. The Republic is in severe decline. The so-called debates mean NOTHING. Trump should ignore them all and keep going out to the workers; people who are working and are not on the dole.
Poll seemed tough, but it was easy. Freeze Frame will be the first of the three to exit stage left. The media can’t put him on camera anymore, either. That makes him my favorite.
The article said:
"We can’t keep electing billionaires and millionaires that don’t have any understanding what it is like to live paycheck to paycheck and struggle to get by and expecting them to solve the problems of the working class.”
You make $75-100.00 an hour to make absolutely shit products for 50+ years and live paycheck to paycheck , there is something very wrong with your job==and YOU.
At least half of the sacks of …. Who signed the pledge to support whoever the presidential candidate is will renege.
Krispy Kreme Christie will lead the pack.
The focus of any Republican debate should be about what policies and strategies each candidate implement ASAP to dramatically, swiftly, efficiently and effectively save our nation from the catastrophic years since gay Obama took office in 2009.
Except for the 4 Trump years, our march to the sewer of communism has our nation teetering on the edge of the abyss.
That PeRino wants them to attack Trump means she supports our march to communism!
At least Freeze helped get his judges across the finish line.
Favorite RINO? That's like asking which cancer you'd prefer to get. In regards to unions, I grew up in the Detroit area in the 1970s and I saw their eventual transition into major donors of the Democratic Party and, thus, destroying themselves in the process. This, I believe was the start of the modern Perpetual Grift in politics - if someone is paying you tons of money to help them solve their problems what's your incentive for actually solving their problems? We saw this happen in regards to both political parties, all of the major unions, Planned Parenthood and, eventually, the NRA. Don makes a great point in his column today about unions having their place in the workforce as a check on corporate greed and I'd tend to agree as long as they don't use their union dues to line the pockets of political parties in the process.
McConnell will forever be a hero for keeping Merrick Garland off the Supreme Court. We’ve seen enough of him now to observe how craven & spiteful he is.
Very interesting article; a few thoughts. Since debates are TV program theater, her desire to have the participants attack Trump makes perfect sense. Plus, none of them get to attack Biden if they can't beat Trump - so while I will definitely not be watching - I prefer the drama of the Cubs completely falling apart down the stretch for my TV entertainment - I understand FOX's desire here.
The Car CEO's ARE very much putting there entire workforces at risk, by throwing all their eggs in the EV basket. Trump will have to show more finesse than he has recently on abortion and transgender-ism (where his current positions are very much in line with FOX). We will see if he can pull it off.
I would note that as the US dominance in manufacturing was ending as the defeated powers after WWII finally rebuilt their industrial base all of US industry flailed away at trying to respond, and the Big Auto and Big Steel companies made multiple errors in judgement and actions that caused many problems. But having worked in the auto industry, specifically in the HR world, I can tell you that the UAW pretty much refused to even consider what was happening, and continually acted in a way that guaranteed they would shrink. And ask any labor expert and he will tell you that the Steelworkers were worse, way worse. Pretty much acting like petulant children, and as developing world steel production took off, made sure that the US steel industry would die. On top of the steel industry's executives own missteps, the entire industry was doomed. As steel production begins to ramp up at home, we can only hope they have all learned their lessons.
Polls - Don - mean nothing for the Donald. I need to see about the big 7 swing states. I still see no path and no plan. And if caving on abortion and trannyism is the plan, well I'd say he needs to reconsider. Oh, and I do love your Chrysler description. Spot on Don! Spot on!
One term of PDJT - with both houses of Congress - would be a beautiful thing. Get the Dems in the minority, where they have always been but for their voter fraud, and Trump would get more done than he did in his productive first term. The biggest challenge is to get rid of the RINOs. They do more damage to liberty than the Dems.
Perino is both talented and pretty but she is a RINO enabler.
Trump is correct. EVs are easier to make, even though they are crap. Think electric toaster from China. They can mostly be made by computer since less working parts. Therefore ultimately a significant downsizing of labor force. As to their exorbitant pay, who cares really? If everyone is making money it helps the rest of the economy around them.
In the past I have supported the idea of UAW 'management' as they were supposed to serve the shareholder, of which were the employee's; I have done work in several 'Big Three' auto plants over the years and found the employee's extremely lazy and soft. I now look to support Labor solely in a fight to save internal combustion engine vehicles.
Think back to 1918. Demented Fascist race-baiting democrat Woodrow Wilson’s Caretaker unofficial POTUS wife and nurse sent our troops and a few DC SwampLackies to Vladivostok to kill off the revolution a-borning there.
We see what happened since.
Then, the Romanovs were today’s Uniparty. And we have had -since- a hundred plus years of disinformation, dissembly, and deceit from Our Romanov Uniparty, in search of our own “Bully” nascent-cum-self congratulative decadent moral crusade.
And we have handled that adventure no better than the Romans did theirs.
Human Nature drives Empire to become Empty Shell every time.
When Trump became President, one of his first issues was resurrecting the steel industry, insisting on using “our beautiful AMERICAN steel” for all our needs. I believe that most of the UAW rank and file also remember this.
Many thanks, Don, for another super timely and articulate information piece.
I don't like any of the RINOs on today's poll, but at least McConnell blocked this SOB Garland from being on the SCOTUS. THAT alone earns him my gratitude.
Dana Perino has always seemed to be a pearl-clutching ice maiden.
She is slavishly attached to the posterior of W and the whole Bushie clan and therefore Trump is her nemesis. Screw her. She looks like she could use it.
I hope her moderating bombs and (although I loathe unions and view them as nothing more than legalized mafia) I hope Trump with the UAW workers IS da'bomb and a total humiliation to FOX, Biden, the DNC and the RNC. But then they're all mostly one in the same.
Darlington SC is many miles from the Mahoning Valley. The nearest river is not suitable for water power, Darlington doesn’t have coal or iron ore. It has sandy soil from an ancient beach created when the sea level was much higher. It does have a profitable steel mill with good paying jobs. Darlington has junk cars the mill melts with clean green electric power. That power comes from the H B Robinson Nuclear Generating Station, that has been operating safely and profitably for a half century. [the Williamsburg County gentlemen, you have seen describing how the F-35 crash sounded, retired from the Georgetown SC steel mill which has only been marginally profitable during its history]