Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Howard Marks On What's Happening 
To The Developed World:
"It's Time To Reassess Our Way Of Voting" 
"Trump is importantly supported by dislocated, disoriented voters who are angry about a number of unquestionably significant trends that are impacting them and their communities. Regardless of the outcome of the election, they and their sentiments will remain a powerful force .. The political arena this year seems like a battlefield, divided much more than usual by antagonism, incivility, anger and downright hatred. Elites, establishments, experts, incumbents, insiders, internationalists and political correctness all came under attack, with no one to defend them. Slow economic growth – accentuated by continuing automation and international trade – is likely to continue to leave dissatisfaction within the working class. And after having seen behavioral norms wiped away in the first x-rated campaign – and doubts raised about the impartiality of the FBI and even the fairness of our elections – large numbers of people may be left alienated. When the election is over, these things are likely to remain the case. But as I look forward, I see the need for constructive, bipartisan governmental action. Is that wishful thinking? Winning future elections could become a function of producing solutions, and that in turn could lead to cooperation and compromise between the two parties. I’ll use a rarely seen word to describe my dream: comity. Its definition makes it perfect for this use: “courtesy and considerate behavior toward others.'"
LINK HERE to the article

3 comments:

rbblum said...

I find it bewildering and incomprehensible why any truly free individual would identify strictly to this political party or that political party.

rbblum said...

Could say it is bewildering and incomprehensible why any truly free individual would identify strictly to this political party or that political party.

Marty from North Dakota said...

The "lesser of 2 evils" choice begats evil.