Joy-Ann Reid and her panel did not mince their words. Like many, they are urging Democrats to be aggressive in selling their policies.
Joy-Ann Reid ‘scolds’ Democrats
Joy Ann-Reid and her panel did not hold back on ‘advising’ Democrats. Dean Obeidallah hits the nail on the head. He pointed out that if Donald Trump had President Biden’s economy and the stock market, he would be out there selling the positive news.
The Atlantic’s Tom Nichols highlights the Democratic disease. Paraphrased, Democrats allow their empathy to temper the acknowledgment of their successes. And that flaw makes a fickle population directed by a misinforming faction is fatal to winning.
The bottom line is that the economy is doing well in spite of the failures of the corporate private sector. We should all note that there are no real shortages of products or well-paid services in the country. The shortage in the country is the morality of the corporate sector. They have pricing power and they chose to raise prices on products Americans must-have. They misjudge the supply. And they paid our politicians to lowball taxation which means a deteriorating infrastructure.
Reagan was completely wrong. The government was never the problem. It has always been a greedy corporate sector sucking the blood out of those without pricing power, most Americans.
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