which involve the uplifting of all people, and an end to racism and bigotry. and if i have to call the president a fucktarded cheeto in order to advance these goals, so be it.
I'm glad you want to end racism and bigotry. So do I. I don't think acting like a racist bigot to stop racism and bigotry by attacking people's physical appearance is a winning strategy. I think it's most productive to focus on policies and actions and issues to avoid accidentally becoming the thing we hate.
who is destroying people's health care and welfare
Did you know that since Trump took over, the unemployment rate among black people reached a historic low of 6.8%? If you watch the videos above, one black man is saying that's what he wants. He says he wants to work, not receive welfare.
I think people who need help should get help, like widows, orphans, elderly, and disabled. I think people who CAN work should be supported in getting jobs and becoming productive, both for their own well-being and sense of usefulness, and also for the best interest of society at large. Welfare should be for people who need it, not for people who prefer to have other people work while they watch TV or play video games.
As for health care, Trump is cutting benefits to able-bodied single adults with no jobs and no community volunteer position (ie. people who can work) unless they are students or caregivers or pregnant or elderly, and I think people in drug treatment programs. I think that's a logical move because individuals' lives are improved when they are working. Work gives people a sense of purpose and enables them to provide for themselves and their family. There was enormous opposition to Obamacare, partially because he was trying to force Christian employers to fund abortions against their conscience, and a lot of people didn't want to be forced to pay tax penalty if they didn't have health insurance. Obamacare was a very controversial policy and many people didn't want it.
What kind of health care policy do you think would work best for America and why? I personally like what Canada has for health, since very few Canadians have to worry about going broke over health care, although there are some problems, for example that by the time I reach old age, it's unlikely that there will be enough people working to be able to pay for it anymore, since many Canadians aren't having enough children.
Some people find it unfair that they have to pay high taxes while they take care of their health, exercise, eat healthy, don't smoke or do drugs, yet are forced to pay for cancer treatment for people who didn't take care of their health. But those same people might break their leg while skiing. I think an ideal system provides health care for everyone without rendering them broke.
hes stoking racial tensions
A lot of Americans are stoking racial tensions. I don't think there's a good reason for anyone to be racist towards any race when we recognize that we are all one race, the human race. I don't think Trump can be fairly blamed for racism. I think there's as much or more racism against whites and sexism against men than there is racism against blacks/other races or sexism against women in America right now. Even Black Lives Matter is a very racist movement that is divisive, not balanced. They are ready to attack people who support "All Lives Matter".
Did you know that during Obama's presidency, the average income of black Americans fell by $900?
Did you know that during Trump's presidency so far, the average income of black Americans rose by more than $1000? The number of blacks employed has risen by 600,000.
Trump is promoting school choice, to help poorer and minority children to be able to have the same access to good education as wealthier kids.
People say stupid stuff (ie. grab em by the pussy, etc.). I've heard a ton of that kind of talk by numerous W2ers and I certainly don't think Trump is a "good" man. But he's better than Hillary for sure. A lot of people would have made a better president, like someone who'd only been married once and stayed committed to that spouse for life, and who had a more diplomatic and respectful way of speaking publicly perhaps.
Saying someone's "mean" and then saying all that stuff about him kind of shows you're mean too.
If mean is okay for everyone who deserves it (ie. anyone who's ever done anything wrong in their lives), then it's okay to be mean.
If you are above being mean and hateful, don't show it by hating someone for how mean and hateful they are. Show it by being kind and loving, even to people who don't deserve it.