Would Trump have the clout to fire all of the climate scientists at respected Washington agencies? I think that doing so would have the unintended consequence of creating an alternative GNH-focused quasi-governmental system... if not be grounds for impeachment.
This resonates as true, from my limited time spent in Mexico: "Residents here have found comedy and reassurance in the image of white Trump voters bent double harvesting acres of lettuce. Or stealing Mexican factory jobs and their $8-a-day wages. They find comfort, too, in the notion the US has just elected a president deemed possibly dumber than Mexico’s Enrique Peña Nieto."
Trump's response to the current surge in hate crimes (apparently exceeding the aftermath of 9-11) will be an important bellwether of his Presidency.
I read Michael Moore's article "5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win" 6 months ago and half dismissed it... well..
So basically... once you stop labeling it Obamacare you wind up with plain old math and hyper inflated medical industry costs... partially due to greed and partially to huge litigation awards and resulting insurance costs.
Trade? Why golly, it is really automation to blame for deserting factory jobs. If Apple or Ford builds a new plant in the US it will not involve many humans working.
It will be really interesting for Reps to learn that what they spent years vilifying was the system they created.*
I say... start growing your own vegetables, thinking beyond the current system, and don't fight Trump... see if he is smart enough to get out of all the boxes those who demand "change" (while expecting business as usual) have put him in.
Actually... I would like to leave my rose-tinted glasses on but I hate to see us lose the last chance we really have to slow global warming.
Acceleration is crazy likely to occur at this point.
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