America suffers from a huge number of working age citizens being permanently out of the workforce, nearly ninety-five million. Some have tried to find work but have now given up while others just decide its easier to be a parasite on the state, receiving welfare and food support payments with no shame. Either way, they aren't working and instead become a negative factor and a drain on the economy. After all, a healthy economy requires us all to be productive, both for ourselves and through taxes to keep the government operational. Today, however, with government getting involved in so much that is not in its constitutional purview, some just silently rebel from a tax system that's antiquated, dishonest and excessive.
So Hillary Clinton will square off with Donald Trump in November. Clinton, clearly an opportunist who rose to high places on her husband's coattails, now thinks she deserves the Presidency. She is a devotee of ideology very similar to that of the current President and her election would just grow the welfare state exponentially. Trump, on the other hand, is a very successful businessman. Sometimes he is overly brash and speaks before thinking things through and gets himself in trouble, but no one can doubt his love for America and his penchant for creating many jobs and opportunities. And while Trump is no doctrinaire conservative, he truly knows what it takes to get America working again and when contrasted to Hillary makes it clear that he can successfully create jobs which are so desperately needed.
Today on North Florida Writer Live we'll talk about opportunity, the differences between the candidates and what we hope to see for America in the results of the 2016 election. We hope you'll join us; the show is available 24/7 on demand. Here's the link to the show: