If you watch CNN or MSNBC, read the NY Times or Washington Post, you probably believe a shift in power from Republicans to Democrats in the House, Senate, or both won’t have a major impact on your fiscal future. It’s reminiscent of the narrative they were pushing from 2005-2007 when they said the home loan industry was doing fine and the risky moves they were making wouldn’t have much of an impact on the economy.
President Trump has been very clear about his perspectives on the midterm elections. Some quotes taken out of context might lead Republican voters to believe his agenda will be okay if the Democrats win one or both majorities, but his full speeches reveal a sincere concern for what will happen to the country if the Democrats get what they want.
The Five took a brief look at the issue and everything else leading up to tomorrow’s election.
Tuesday, voters have to ask themselves one thing. Are they better off now than they were two years ago? If they are better off, it makes no sense to vote for Democrats.