Which side of derangement syndromes will win or lose the next election 100 days from today?
The Chicago Tribune contained three commentaries related to the potential future of economics of Derangement Syndromes which both journalists and voters, deranged or not, need to consider in the coming election.
The purpose of this post is hopefully make readers cogitate to analyze the wisdom or folly of the future consequences to both our nation and our pocketbooks by the coming choices they will make in the November election.
Economics Definition – Merriam Webster
a social science concerned chiefly with description and analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
For he knows not that which shall be: for who can tell him when it shall be? (Ecclesiastes 8:7)
Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?For it is not wise to ask such questions.(Ecclesiastes 7:10}
What’s My Point?
According to King Solomon’s wisdom, no one knows what will happen in the future and it is not wise to look at the past and say “those days were better.”
However, the science of economics can analyze the potential risks based on numerous factors. It is not an exacting science, many times proven wrong, yet it helps to analyze future potential economic potentials or pitfalls.
The three commentaries give different varying perspectives of which political side is deranged.
Regardless, the point of the Chicago Editorial Perspective is regardless of which side you are deranged about, the best choice they recommend is to “VOTE REPUBLICAN” and why.
In My Opinion
I agree the best economic course for the USA is to vote Republican both for the economic reasons and the fact that the Democrats have no platform other than to say to vote for them because “those days were better.” Or, perhaps socialism is better than capitalism when history has proven that every nation in the past that became socialist has either failed or repressed freedom of their subjects.
Read the three articles in the Source Links below.
Is your derangement worth the economic and political risks that will result if the Democrats win the majority of both houses in the next election?
Will the “good old days” be better or worse for you economically?
Will the “good old days” be better or worse to heal the political divisiveness in our Nation?
Regards and good will blogging.
Chicago Tribune Perspective – Even if you loathe Trump, Vote Republican
Eric Zorn – Trump Derangement Syndrome
John Kass – Media don’t want to understand half the US