Monday, November 21, 2016
Vasu Reddy from
Donald Trump winning the presidential election in 2016 was in line with the US Populations current frame of mind. If you look at 70's thru 2000’s there was little issues of race and religion, people were into globalization, mobility, technology and telecommunications, and definitely the Internet added the elimination of distance between people.
The What if? Scenario is not impossible. As from his “Building The Wall” to “Make America Great Again” to everything else requires a simple majority to move forward, or the Presidential pen in case if he gets resistance. I would let him do everything he said he would do for Americans, and as at least 50% of us agree on everything he propagated, there is a possibility of seeing things that were said u Trump get implemented. There is really no What if? Trump simply pitted us against each other, and said everything that everyone wanted to say and could not. If we ignore the hypocrisy and look into the foreseeable future Trump promises what everyone wants, and they will get what they deserve. Each time the other 50% will complain, but nothing will be gained by companioning as only 50% will listen. In reality Trump might just do what he said, as there is enough support fro every so called radical idea he has pitched, and enough people who believe that this is not a perfect state of the union.
First, personally I really don’t like confrontation. I really don’t like public display of acrimony and strife. Especially after a certain age, people should respect each other, and if they don’t just keep quiet. I really did not like the tome of the 2016
elections. The election cycle was simply
distasteful and disrespectful to the entire viewing and listening
population. I am glad the election is
over, and also the general disbelief that Trump is going to be our next
Hillary Clinton’s defeat was not unprecedented. But certainly Trump winning the Electoral College was a definite surprise to him and his team, and also to the rest of the population and pundits. It should not have been to anyone as the common knowledge of the populations feelings on race relations. No matter what anyone says, race and color remain in the fore front of how Americans deal with each other. In this year there is no abundance of wealth or job creation as in the Regan thru
eras, its hard times with little opportunity for the nation. Race always is the easiest emotion to bring
out the camaraderie for electorates.
Trump certainly knew the hot button issues to get enough people to
listen to him, and Hillary did not play to the galleries. The reality is that rhetoric to wake the
racial issue is quite simple and quite effective. Trump did not need to do much except sow the
seeds of doubt about his opponents, the administration, Clinton and almost all the rest of the
world. I doubt if he try to cast doubts
on everyone on earth to make his point, and if you are the audience listening,
there must be at least a small section that was listening to how their
particular group was being let down/abused/ignored and whatever choice of words
that was of absurdly pitted against them.
If you pick and choose the individual group, race, religion, country,
and whatever that separates people (which is not noticeable or of importance
until someone keeps reminding you of how you are getting screwed daily) and if
you keep repeating the same negative and outrageous utterances, you will at
least create a doubt. Trump also might
be using his real estate acumen of constant pitting and negotiation techniques
with general public, and we did not know how he was manipulating our thoughts
simply by raising issues that did not exist and thongs that have been dormant
for more than a generation. For anyone
who opposed him or spoke against Trump, there was something that he could find
that suited his purpose for getting elected.
No one stood a chance for countering, as his range of attacks was not
just unusual but simply was not a part of standard politics. Sixteen months is a long time to run for the
office, but from a tactical perspective Trump could find enough people’s inner
insecurities that are not a daily worry, to become a worry. Trump instigated the decades of intolerance
that was dormant in today’s world, and just enough of the population was
willing to listen and believe that there was more than just man and women. Washington
Now that Trump is going to be the next President, we should heed to President Obama’s directive. Let’s not assume the worst as the country simply will not work on one person’s whims, and we actually should not forecast the worst, but give Trump a chance. In reality there is no such thing as “Utopia”, and democrats and republicans have a 100% different view of the world.
What if Trump does all of what he said he will do in the election cycle? All of his talking points some appeal to the republicans and some to the democrats. Everyone says Trump is not a conventional politician, but he has said things that are offensive to all and appealing to all. It’s 50/50. Essentially meaning half of the population likes or dislikes every single thing he has said, and that’s just about the way electorate has behaved. It is conceivable Trump is smart enough to realize that he can get what he said by simply throwing it back at the country, and achieve his political agenda.
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