I think the reality will be more mundane.That reads like a furiously masturbating liberal fantasy ghost written by an even shiter version of Tom Clancy.
Trump has a desperate need to be re- elected, for several reasons.I think the reality will be more mundane.
If Trump looses he will skip down the Whitehouse garden path, shouting a few accusations about postal voter fraud, but laughing his arse off as he knows that he will be back to work in Trump Tower without the leftwing constantly harassing him or his family.
He will live his life as an all powerful CEO boasting about beating Clinton.
Boden will become the next Trump, hated by the right and marred in scandals. The Dems will face resistance from the Reps on every level, at every opportunity... Four more years of political stalemate.
You reap what you sow.
A pox on both their houses.
My comment was simply around things getting better and for many voters they're did not. I might even add, the disappointments that derive from clinton, obama or blair lead directly to increased Marginalisation and hatred of ALL politicians. So the great communicators didn't half divide countries even more, despite say the media backed north korean style media presentations of happy countries (see london olympics).Disagree about Blair. Like him or loathe him ( and I couldn't stand the fecker) this was a very different country in a lot of ways once he, Mandelson, Cameron, Brown and the rest of the NL g gang had finished with it.
I think for Obama he had lots of good intentions but the Republicans managed to delay and disrupt him at every turn.
The job of POTUS seems to be basically that of chief cat herder.
In our system, under normal jogging, there is a presumption that the party in power will eventually gets its way.
I say normal because it all went Pete Tong over Brexit, but that was because Parliament ended up in charge of deciding policy, which is not really what it is there for.
For eight years?Do you think it may have had something to do with the economy he inherited, you know that Global recession that America gifted most of the world at the end of G W Bush's Presidency.
You are not out of your depth and seem to be on the right lines..... Trump ran against the republicans and the media loved him for it, he then ran against the democrats and beat them, to the medias shock and disgust. The moral, is the people made it very clear that they're were unhappy with the normal political games...... In the UK it was not dissimilar as the tories won thanks to Boris adopting some populist tones and Corbyn already anti-establishment, you had effectively 24 million people voting against what the establishment wanted.I'll say right now I'm a bit out of my depth, like most of us in the UK, when it comes to US politics but I think that by our standards the system seems to be set up to prevent meaningful change.
Take, say, Corbyn's policy of nationalizing the railways. If he had won a working majority in the HoP he would have put forward the required legislation, had it passed by his MPs, and no matter how against it the Lords were, it would eventually have happened.
In the US with the whole fragmentation of federal, state, senate, congress, constitutional rights, political judges and rampant vested interests it surprising they can agree on what the date is.
Obama's total thwarting on healthcare reform seems to be a case in point..
And the trouble with 100% legally conducted single issue protest is that it can be quite safely be 100% ignored by those in power.
He's very much part of the establishment.put two fingers up to the political upper class
He's not.He might be a whizz as a financial guru in the private sector
Unfortunately the alternatives may well be worse.Either way, I don't think he is going to get a second term in office unless the alternatives are worse than him.
The American people had a shit choice the last time and they are going to have a shit choice this time around too. Unless they remove ‘money talks’ from their Election process, it will be forever thus.Either way, I don't think he is going to get a second term in office unless the alternatives are worse than him.
I am sorry your brain's broke, only burning reference there is to Scotland. Which isn't England. From your quoted source. . .