Republicans, Democrats and Uncommitted. I agree with a lot of the Democratic party’s goals, but not all of them. Seems like there was a lot of talk of bring down the US deficit prior to the election, by cutting spending. There’s been a lot of talk, but the debt ceiling will have to be bumped up again.
I guess what I like most is a unity between Republicans and Democrats. Or at least I am still hoping on the issue of gun violence, there can be at least a few Democrats joining with Republicans.
Immigration reform ought to be a bipartisan issue also, but perhaps I’m dreaming.
Free trade has been a Republican idea for a long time. I generally like trade agreements such as the Trans-Pacific Pact, which seemed to help balance out China’s aggressive deal making in the region. Threats of tariffs are being used as bargaining chips – I think this will fail, because other leaders have to reciprocate or look weak to their electorate.
I don’t like it when Donald Trump calls Democrats “obstructionists” – this does represent about half the country. I am hoping he is replaced with someone more closer to the center who will never resort to name calling.
I want a president which will restore the Environmental Protection Agency instead of bring in someone to wreck it. I still consider the protection of the environment a bipartisan issue. Perhaps, this is another one that left port a long time ago.
I’m sadden by what has happen to television in terms of reporting the news. I read a lot and enjoy mainstream media, like the New York Times, Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. They are doing journalism the old fashion way, by putting knowledgeable journalists on the front lines.