Wednesday, November 9, 2016

So much for polling data

I was nervous about Donald Trump. Frankly, even though Hilary was much the worst option, I thought she would win in a landslide, voted in by people who wanted to see the first woman president.

But while she got most of the black vote and probably most of the Latino vote and apparently most of the young vote, she lost to Donald Trump.

Now it's up to Trump to make sure that he gets the country on the right track, and to do that he's got to better the lives of our minority communities.  According to Rush Limbaugh (but not independently checked by me), blacks under Obama have done no better, economically, than before he got into office.

But really, the whole United States needs a sea change. It will be interesting to see just how many people in our country actually voted.  Over half of them? Less than half?

And the burning question on my mind - will he repeal Obamacare? And if so where are people going to go for their insurance?

I of course would like Obamacare to be repealed, but it's already driven a few healthcare providers out of what can be done?

Time will tell.

It will be an interesting four years.

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