“I believe that behind every negative things, there are positive things that we can learn.” -Sparklesbehind
Keep this in mind whenever you find yourself trying to learn something positive from something that appears negative in all phases.
When someone or something turns out to be negative in all phases, it can be harmful, toxic, and painful to watch and be apart of. The beauty that exists in such negative things is that you can learn some positive things that can help you become better and change the world in the process.
Today’s inspiration will take a look at the 2016 United States Presidential Election in a different light. We will simply take a look at the following:
- 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: How did we get from start to finish?
- What were some of most negative comments from the 2016 U.S. Presidential Candidates?
- What made the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election negative?
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I hope to God a good person sees the result of this election, decides to do something about it, and runs for President in 2020. Because neither of the candidates this time around were very good people. One was just worse. (Or at least explicitly worse anyway.)
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None was worse. Clinton was the supposed Establishment candidate and Trump was just someone who was supposed to lose. He was so ludicrous that he would never win, Right? In any case, after researching, I have come to the conclusion that it will be much less of a change than if Clinton had actually won. They are puppets. Already Trump is saying that he won’t repeal Obamacare, just certain parts of it. You must understand that most if not all of what he said was said on the Campaign Trail. They all change. Obama did much less than expected. I truly think he wanted to do all he said, but he couldn’t. Trump will be hard pressed to follow up on his word. Republicans won’t support anything he says because he is not truly one of them.
I say Trump is worse because he’s a racist, sexist, homophobe. However, in terms of policy proposals, you’re correct. He won’t do nearly as much as he promised.