To: Working Americans, the middle class and Veterans,
Starting from next year, the biggest threat to the American worker is going to be automation and push button technology at all levels, not India, not China or Mexico. At the same time heavy reliance on software as a problem solver at management level(s) will be putting a lot of businesses out of work. The key factor for this doom is:
– The impending minimum wage hike.
Business owners protecting their interests will enable automation and deploy efficient technology at work and in the healthcare sector.
With jobs alone, Americans – regardless of age, race, gender, education and capability, will find it hard to make by with two jobs, because none of our leading candidate for President is willing to invest in upgrading existing infrastructure or even invest in human resources that will make minimum wage hike work for all. And even with two jobs, Americans will be faced with an extremely hard time securing a roof over their heads.
– Employers will slash hours by half or a quarter to meet minimum pay rates.
– Government will shed responsibilities by placing a cap on income support.
– Working Americans will have to work two jobs to make ends meet. And working two jobs will affect families.
– Education (helping kids with their home works) and other core family values will be destroyed.
– The middle class and the poor will be destroyed even more – as it is going to be all hands on deck – men, women and kids in the family will have to start working early to live from day to day.
– Key job providers will move locations, thus leaving our inner cities and urban areas with less revenue.
– Government revenue will shrink, thus affecting security and the way we police our streets.
– Social services will struggle to exist talkies of social services and medic-aid.
– And our military will keep going to war with the same old Gran-Pa star war weapons – upgraded from the Gulf war(s) and Kosovo war era.
– Military families will suffer a great deal.
– We will be hearing calls for Veterans benefit (God forbid) to be privatized like we are hearing of social security now.
These are the drawbacks behind Trump’s plan or no plan for the economy. What he has failed to realize is that:
– The President as we all know is limited by the Constitution in so many areas on the domestic front. He will be a dud.
– He will not allowed to influence on commerce.
– He is off limits in the areas of mining and farming.
– And when it comes to jobs or creating jobs, Trump as President will be highly conflicted between general welfare, the 10th, the states, local and regional governing bodies.
In the area of healthcare, we are well behind other less developed economies, and Trump promised to cancel Obamacare. When his approach to national healthcare should have been like a first aid instructor in the military:
– Trust and believe that technology and modern issues in the millennium poses a great challenge to traditional precedence and merits of our social and theocratic evolution.
– Trust that the above are the bases upon which our laws and policy making were formed.
– Trust that they could either be organic and made to evolve with time or overhaul to save American lives.
In short, Trump as President will be a funky debacle to start with. The best he can do is to keep breaking the law by helping his business partners – Russian oligarchs and his Italian cheese and heavy machinery manufacturers, beat American and EU sanctions by using his candidacy to snap up juicy real estates deals at the cost of a dollar each, all over the United States.
Do we need a public welfare check reliant President like Trump? No and maybe he will understand the plight of the poor better.
Nonetheless to vote SmithieForPresident, let’s all ReBuildUSAtoday and make democracy work better than ever!
Abbey S. Laurel-Smith (SmithieForPresident)
ReBuildUSAtoday and The PILGRIMS Alliance party of America
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