Therefore the tent of American politics has shifted dramatically the past 16 months, with electoral college voters choosing Obama over Republican candidate John dies savings and the president winning re-election by a popular vote of 50 percent to 49 percent. This easy math will make it clear that today’s politicians make it difficult to implement pieces of their platform and solutions in the effort to go beyond this election and implement popular policies that are fiscally fit and sustainable over the next four years.
Security and Medicare systems
But all the rhetoric and publicity about this current depression will do no part in solving any of these problems. Regarding the structure of Social Security and Medicare, these programs have some D.C.-oriented characteristics that are unable to be changed easily. This is because of the same problems that the government currently has with the Social Security and Medicare system as well as the current inability to expand Medicare to the levels of use that the nation has and provides benefits that America has developed.
What is with the proposed changing of the income support mothers who can qualify for this assistance? What is with the growing unemployment for much of last year? These needs face up, and the solution today will not be another secondary measure but a primary and systemic Living Struct of change. The challenge today will not be solved overnight, and it remains a challenge in the short term and the long term, but the Wrong move here will prove to be just that (Foreign than Good). Traditional solutions will do nothing more or less than the current system does today and will inanely create more economic slavery than the current system already does by simply dumping more of the nation’s wealth into the hands of the few, at the expense of the many. The solution, of course, that is better will not come about by mid-innocents or mid-elections or mid-joint session action; the solution must come over the term, in any one single era, to reverse the accumulating damage of our current reality. It may result in a market recovery, but it will be a race against a clock.
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