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Trump: Not ideology; about policies we face

Letter to the Editor

There is a fight folks. How can we support candidates that through their polite political speak have “screwed” the American people through open borders, offshoring, outsourcing, and trade treaties that have resulted in huge trade imbalances and wage declines? Why today we lobby for raising the minimum wage, for poverty and the increasing anguish of having no prospects in a minimum wage environment. Where is the ladder of opportunity? Previous administrative policies have resulted in the massive shift of wealth to the one percent, who benefit at the expense of the general welfare of our residents. We hear about Trump’s hate campaign. What of the failures of our political PC crowd that have rudely cost our nation virtual bankruptcy. The marriage between big government and big business has merged their interests at the expense of our culture, of workforce opportunity and threaten the traditions of this nation we have long held. Trump represents a bulldozer to this monstrous state of affairs. This political battle is not about ideology, but policies facing our nation.

We are seeing the massive collapse of our party establishment culture, the dissolution of the Potomac “Two Step” and the convenient or marriage of big business and big government. These elites fear Trump and for good reason.

Alfred Holden

White Bird


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