I am thinking I am not alone when I say the blind partisanship in today’s politics are at ridiculous levels these days.
Are there any areas of common agreement in politics between the left and right or has it just succumbed to being against what the other side is for?
Economy, outsourcing/insourcing, immigration, security, trade, foreign policy, health care. These are the core seven issues poll after poll that Americans say matter the most to them. I don’t really hear to much conversation on these core issues but instead focusing on fringe issues.
What is the democrats policy on immigration? I will see countless articles about the seperation of a woman from their child, in which I agree is horrible. But none on the fact that Amenity International published that 60% of women are raped on there travel from latin American countries to the U.S. in which many come because they feel they will be allowed in. Who is allowed in? Do they believe in a border at all? Several polls show a significant portion does indeed want open borders, and it would seem like a good area for them to come to some agreement on.
What are the policies of the GOP on healthcare? Get rid of Obamacare, replace it with? What are the democrats policies on healthcare for 2020?
What are the democrats position on the economy and China and trade? Democrats used to be extremely against outsourcing and insourcing of American jobs.
What are the democrats position on outsourcing/insourcing?
I am only asking because I don’t hear anyone hardly talking about these core issues unless they are doing so frivolously. I hear nothing on what will change in these core issues if the democrats win the white house, house, and senate. At this point I have no clue what democrats are running on other than identity politics and against Trump.
Are there any areas of agreement in the seven core issues Americans say are important to them between this administration and the left?