The polls aren’t accurately reflecting the mood of the electorate. This election is different than any other election we’ve ever had. The past eight years have not been pretty. We’re still feeling the effects of the recession that started in 2008 and ended in 2009. The recovery has been weak, resulting in few jobs and stagnant wages. This has resulted in a negative impact on everyone’s paycheck. Paychecks are a powerful motivator in an election.Terrorism is far more visible today than it was 8 years ago. Thirty-two dead and more than three hundred wounded in Brussels, one hundred thirty dead and hundreds more wounded in Paris. In the past 2 years sixty-eight have been killed in three terrorist attacks in the United States; Chattanooga, San Bernardino, and Orlando.
The biggest issue that is very real but isn’t being discussed enough is fair and equitable treatment. The practice of special privilege for the special born is blatant and being pushed in the face of too many voters and taxpayers.
The most unique factor in this election are the two candidates; the first female and a businessman who has never held an elected office.
Trump wants to lower taxes and reduce regulation. He wants to let the free market economy be free to work its magic. He also wants to establish corporate tax rates to allow corporations to bring back trillions of dollars they’re holding off shore to invest in the United States. Investment in the US with reasonable corporate tax rates will allow those corporations to invest in new jobs and get more people working and improving their take home pay.
Hillary wants to increase taxes; she wants to make the rich pay their fair share.
Trump harps on his message, not as often as I think he should but far more often than Hillary does. Voters like lower taxes and more jobs.
Trump calls Islamic Extremists Islamic Extremists and is not afraid to face the problem. Hillary’s trying to be politically correct and avoid offending anyone. An aggressive stance against an armed enemy inspires more voters to believe in your leadership abilities than a timid stance that tries to avoid hurting their feelings.
Hillary avoids meeting the voters. She has very few events and she relies on surrogates to get her message out. Her message is that Trump is a dirty rotten bastard, and little else. She has no plans or goals, nothing to get the voters excited about. Without saying it outload and highlighting it, she wants to give us four more years of what we already have. What we already have is the reason that 70% of us believe we’re on the wrong track heading to where we don’t want to be.
Trump has a lot of events and he draws large crowds who are excited to see him and hear what he has to say. Hillary has a hard time filling a small gym while Trump draws consistently large crowds. I find it hard to believe that this difference in enthusiasm is reflected in polls that show Hillary in the lead.
Hillary and her emails clearly show the special privilege that she received from the Justice Department and the FBI, the voters are tired of this special treatment for special people. Trump is rude, crude, and socially unacceptable; that is part of his appeal.
Trump wants to make America Great Again, he’s not a career politician who has gotten rich while in public service. Trump is a success and he’s always been a popular figure. Well, he had always been a popular figure until he ran against a democrat and now he’s a dirty rotten bastard who is also a racist and a misogynist.
The Media has stopped pretending to be fair and impartial, the voters see it and are holding it against Hillary. Hillary’s is not a very likeable candidate, she has very poor credibility and the excesses of the media will work against Hillary and help Trump win and win big!