The Inaction Of The Republican Congress Is Costing The American Economy Nearly 1000 Jobs A Day

It’s very true that the promises of then presidential candidate Donald Trump as he was criss-crossing America was sending a sound and common sense message. He didn’t have to use fancy words, Obama used elite wording in his speeches and look where it got us, it got us practically to a socialistic state. Trump was a non-politician who talked and talks like the average Americans everyday language and We The People were voting for the man and his policies. I mentioned this because of the fact the corrupt mainstream media has mocked Trump at times of his choice of words. Trumps message was what the American people wanted and he was elected president and the Republican Congress to go along with him to enable him to put forth his programs to make America great again but an unexpected thing happened on the way to the farm, the Republican Congress turned into a do nothing Congress, at least up to now and if the Congress wants President Trump to put forth his programs as promised to the American people they have better get off their rear end and start working together to get Trump’s ambitious programs through to enable the potential of America and it’s great people to prosper and expand. The draining of the swamp must begin as soon as possible but this Republican Congress after complaining the last eight years about Obama Care justifiably so cant even muster the 52 votes that they have to agree on a plan. Two years ago the Republican Congress sent Obama a repeal of Obama Care, why won’t they do so now and send President Trump a repeal? Now how’s that for a conversation piece!

The following was posted by Ed Feulner, published by the Daily Signal: “But more than five months into the new Congress and the new administration, precious little draining has occurred. The delay in action is not only frustrating, it’s expensive: With the promised reforms, the U.S. could have created as much as $5 billion per day in economic output. If nothing changes, the swamp will end up costing more than 2 million prospective jobs over the next decade.”

“Elites argue that piles of regulations and special rules keep everyone safe. But most Americans understand that these policies serve mainly to enrich special interests and keep upstart entrepreneurs from gaining a foothold.”

“All the regulation keeps new businesses from offering innovative goods and services at lower prices.”

“A filled swamp is expensive to maintain. The American people are waiting for Congress to drain it. And they should expect their elected representatives to stay in Washington and make the real changes they were elected to do.”

We The People have put this moment in place by voting in a Republican Congress and President Trump who has a sincere love for America who has sacrificed his personal life to put America back on a sound financial setting but he’s not going to do so if the Republican Congress does it’s business as normal which is stay stonewalled in it’s regional self. What I mean by regional self is they must look at America as a whole for certain programs and get away from what is concernment just for their state and only then will President Trump put in place the programs he needs to clean up the economic suppression he has inherited with Obama Care, hundred of thousands of regulations and high taxes. This is what We The People expect the Republican Congress to be working on and this is the opportunity of a century that the Congress has to make America great again and they better not make it a missed opportunity. They will only pay for it somewhere down the road as well as We The People

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