Some of the Questions The 2020 Election Will Decide
Trump Or Socialism in 2020. These are the questions Americans must ask themselves:
Would choice in education lead to better or worse schools?
Should ideology be taught in education – White Privilege – for instance?
Do you believe in the idea of private property or should there be more autonomous zones in America?
Has capitalism helped Americans to raise their standard of living, go from lower to the middle class, or is it an oppressive economic system that should be abolished?
Do we need a bigger government, making more of the decisions in our lives or should there be more individualism with your making more of your own decisions in your life?
Do the people tearing down statues represent you?
Do you agree with generalizations like white privilege, all blacks deserve reparations?
Is Russia or China the greatest threat to our nation?
Which party has shown the greatest propensity not to accept the result of elections – Democrats or Republicans?
Should violence or dialogue be the way we settle our differences?
Should people be judged by the color of their skin? Which party does it more?
Do you want Cancel Culture to have an even wider influence in our society or do you value free speech, individual thought, personal freedom?
Should taxes be higher or lower?
Are higher taxes on corporations the way to get them to return to America, to manufacture more things here, produce more jobs here?
What are your ideas on Social Order? Do you think we should abolish the police? Do you think we need to reform the police?
Should we have a decentralized society with less regulation or a highly centralized society with more regulation?
Should the outcome of Presidential Elections be able to change our Foreign Policy or should our Foreign Policy be determined by an unchanging Administrative State?
Which values do you hold: individual autonomy or collectivism, individual thought or group thought, a belief those in authority should tell you what it is okay to think, to say, or free thought, free speech?
What about life style? Should you be able to live according to your own ideas or the ideas of people who tell you their notion of the right way to live your life?
President Trump has said there never has been an election with a clearer choice. Should America have boundaries or not? Should America have Medicare for all, including for those who come here illegally? Do we need more choice in health care? I would argue we need less influence by Big Pharma and alternatives like Functional Medicine that try to alleviate the cause of disease, an unhealthy immune system, poor nutrition etc.
Does America need more Globalization or more Nationalism? Is Trump right or wrong about trying to get other countries to bear more of the cost of their own defense, trying to end continuous war?
Do you favor a stronger or weaker military?
Do you favor the Green New Deal or Trump’s kind of energy independence?
These are some of the questions America will answer in the Presidential Election of 2020.
I think when God told Adam and Eve not to eat of the Tree of the Fruit of Knowledge, he was telling them - Perception is Deception - in all things you never see but through a glass darkly now. Recently, I have started to read the books of Thich Nhat Hanh. They help.