d) What is our economic/social responsibility to illegal immigrants?
e) Should illegal immigrants be deported and if so would your answer be the same if they had no criminal engagement beyond illegally entering our country?
f) Does Obama's excessive spending impact Trump's ability to spend on his programs?
g) Will a rise in interest rates cause unwanted inflation level's?
h) Are Trump's efforts to impose his will and strong arm corporate decisions wise?
i) Should Trump lower the tax rate, reduce restrictions on repatriation of corporate earnings earned overseas and what kind of tax simplification is desired and most productive?
j) Does education play a part in our economic outlook and, if so, would America be better off if we re-introduced more vocational training education ?
k) Should Trump encourage foreign companies to invest in America?
l) Do you believe Obamacare should be reformed? Is their any part of Obamacare that should be retained and, if so and it creates significant deficits, how should it be financed?
m) Does it matter if America continues to spend beyond its means?
n) Do you believe Trump's economic goals which are intended to expand domestic employment, level the playing field, in terms of world trade, are worthy?
o) Is Trump's nationalistic desire to "Make America Great Again" dangerous? If so why?
p) Can Trump even make America Great Again?
q) Why is Trump so hated by the left and name what he has done to deserve the historic resistance to him?
r) Are the tactics of the left to cripple Trump from governing justified and within the bounds of democracy?
s) Is Trump anti-Semitic and a racist? If so identify specific, actual examples.
t) Is it time to impeach Trump and if so, for what?
Spending on rebuilding our military has a double edge consequence. Protecting our nation is the president's first responsibility and sends a signal to our allies we are moving away from the self-defeating policies of Obama. That said, it also provides jobs but increases the deficit.
Protecting our borders is another responsibility of any president and comes with a high cost but also has an off set effect because it reduces the monies government spends on welfare for illegals. There are those who believe we have a moral, as well as a constitutional obligation, to support illegals as if they were legal citizens. I find the logic of bleeding hearts who embrace this thought borders on economic insanity. Furthermore, their thinking is anti-thetic to the rule of law which forms the basis of our Republic.
The same goes for those who support sanctuary cities. I would have thought the Civil War we fought resolved the matter of whether we wanted to have a union where the government had certain rights which were sacrosanct and could not be defied by lower state and local governments. The idea of protecting illegals is repugnant enough but doing so when an illegal criminal is protected defies common sense and all morality.
Health care reform is demanded if only because Obamacare has proven so flawed and costly it cannot be sustained.
If we have become a society that truly believes government entitlements come with no cost we are fools and our republic will ultimately go the way of all flesh. Nothing that is unsustainable becomes sustainable because it comes from government. We The People are the government and we cannot demand of ourselves that which we cannot produce, cannot afford and thus, have no right to have simply because we mistakenly believe we can pass the bill to the next generation forever. At some point passing the buck ends.
Obama and progressives apparently believe there is no cost America cannot endure and bear. That is fraudulent thinking. One can argue over the details of Trump's policies but it is insane to embrace views that suggest protecting the nation is old fashion, keeping illegals out and our borders safe is unworthy of a compassionate people, providing health care at a cost that will end our ability to do so is wise and a persuadable option and taxing the fruits of labor to support insanity is a common sense approach.
I understand, as Trump and Congress implement his policies with respect to protecting our nation, changing immigration policies that recognize the consequential reality of having failed to protect our borders, instituting tax and trade policies designed with the nation's economic and employment needs in mind and redesigning a rational and affordable health care program is, not only, critical but also will be heatedly debated.
I defy anyone, however, that believes we can continue to spend our seed corn.
In terms of his social policies, Trump is trying to reunite our nation. There are those who hate him , who suggest he is an anti-Semite and is racially insensitive. They cite administration appointments, comments taken out of context and the implementation of policies, some of which were misguided or poorly designed, to support their beliefs. Trump entered office as the first president in our history who had no prior political involvement and/or a prior record of being a public office holder.
Trump's support of the police and other public servants who protect our lives has been attacked as radical because of infractions by some professionals against a class of our society. Their anarchistic response has been to break our laws and to antagonize in the hope further abuses will occur. The American family has been broken by misguided policies. We have entrapped the most deprived in bad education circumstances and allowed their living conditions to be overrun by gangs engaged in wanton murders and dope peddling. Nothing in Trump's campaign suggest he favors these conditions and supports their continuance. Any argument to the contrary falesely impugns his motives and portrays his words falsely.
Trump wants to return government back to the people. He wants to bring back the embrace of constitutional government and his first nominee to The Supreme Court is testimony of such.
You may not like Trump because of his personality, you may question his character, you might be turned off by his hair do and speechifying but the initial policies he seeks to implement, in order to redress our failures and decline, I submit, are legitimate and overdue .
Time will tell whether he can accomplish some of his worthy goals but, I daresay, it will take more than 30 days to undo decades of corrupt and misguided governance.