Now, where was I. Ah, yes. Telling people to steal the goods of others to even the score. Why not? Then the whining will stop in society about the "haves" and the "have nots." Those damn rich people are to blame for all your ills. It's their fault you suck at what you do. Blame someone else. It's more convenient.
If you say so.
The effects of presidents are often not felt until well after their terms are over. So yes, any good you are seeing likely did come from Obama policies, especially given that he served two terms. What transpired in his first term, for good or ill, was influenced significantly by the actions of President Bush. If you would prefer to trade the cost of the Obamacare "fine" for what you would need to shell out in the event of a serious accident, cancer diagnosis, or need for major surgery, I would suggest your budgeting is rather short-sighted. Rationing medical care based on ability to pay is bad for individuals, and bad for the economy.Call me defensive, but I find people's constant barrage of negative assumptions, even if not generalizing, to be irritating at best. This irritation extends beyond just Trump voters, but to voters in general. I don't often say that the general public is smarter than people think, but I believe this is one of those instances when it comes to elections.
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Of course we can/not go based off of correlation not equaling causation, but it doesn't matter either way. That can apply to any president. Everything Obama did could have been complete coincidence. Everything Trump did too. But history doesn't really care about the finer details. All I know, is my life improved significantly after Trump got elected, and a factual benefit, for example, was no longer having to pay that retarded Obama care fee. That alone, is factual evidence of him helping me. Everything else could entirely be coincidence. I just don't think after 3 incidences, its not correlation. Its what I voted for.