Trump ha­tred wholly mis­di­rected

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - JIM POSMER Lake­land, Florida

to se­cure the bor­der by en­forc­ing our im­mi­gra­tion laws, build­ing a wall to keep out drugs, drug deal­ers, crim­i­nals, il­le­gal mi­grants and ter­ror­ists out. He wants free trade with other na­tions. What rad­i­cal ideas these all are

Let us look at some of the re­sults of the im­ple­men­ta­tion of some of these rad­i­cal ideas. NATO na­tions have agreed to pay more for their de­fense.

We cut the tax rates and tax rev­enues are up. Coun­tries are cut­ting their tar­iffs and some are al­low­ing more Amer­i­can goods to be im­ported. The pres­i­dent cut oner­ous reg­u­la­tions and jobs are com­ing back.

Imag­ine what our coun­try would be like if since World War II all politi­cians had pushed these ideas. Would we be more than $21 tril­lion in debt? Would we have a yearly trade deficit of more than $800 mil­lion?

Maybe more peo­ple’s ha­tred should be di­rected at the past politi­cians whose sins we are now pay­ing for.

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