Considering the very substantial growth of the economy and job numbers this year, President Trump and Congress should keep up the good work. As the late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said: “There are significant differences between the American and European version of capitalism. The Americans traditionally emphasize the need for limited government, light regulations, low taxes and maximum labour-market flexibility. Its success has been shown above all in the ability to create jobs, in which it is consistently more successful than Europe.” And Congress and all of us should take into account Mrs. Thatcher’s observation from experience: “The problem with socialism is that you run out of other people’s money.”
Recently former President Barack Obama campaigned in Nevada, praising his administration for many accomplishments — but failing to mention his most serious scandal, which was the promise he made to Vladimir Putin to unilaterally disarm the United States. While Russia continued to invade its neighbors, upgrade its nuclear arms and missiles, patrol with nuclear submarines off our shores and in adjacent seas, establish military bases in Latin America, fly nuclear-armed bombers close to our bases and disrespect the United States in every way, Mr. Obama continued to want to eliminate all American nuclear arms.