The race for the White House has been won, the Republican Party has been reborn, and the media has finally gotten its act together to stop the coronavirus pandemic.
The race for president has been a long time coming.
Since 1992, the last time a major party won the White Senate and House, Democrats have been able to maintain control of the Senate, the House, and a majority in the Whitehouse.
In 2016, that was an achievement that many had predicted, and that has become even more clear in the months since the election.
For the past seven years, we’ve had an epidemic in our country.
But it’s not just the disease that’s been bad.
It’s also the political dysfunction and dysfunction that has allowed it to happen.
It’s not easy being a Democrat in America.
The country has always been divided, and it’s been exacerbated by the party of Lincoln and FDR.
In the late 1800s, the party was more liberal and progressive, and in the early 1900s it was more conservative and racist.
And in the 1960s, it was even more conservative.
In those days, a lot of people said, “No, that’s not the way to go.”
We got rid of the two-party system in the mid-1930s.
There was no third party.
The Democrats were the party that the majority of Americans supported.
We didn’t have the filibuster to block legislation.
We had a filibuster-proof majority.
We were the dominant party in the Senate.
Then in 1932, we got to the point where we decided we were going to break up the country.
We said, let’s get rid of that whole system of government and create a system of self-government.
That was the beginning of the end for the party.
The system we created was not working.
It was corrupt.
It gave enormous power to the few.
And it was corrupt, it gave enormous wealth to the very few.
So that was a terrible, terrible mistake.
The system we built in the 1920s and 1930s, that system has been the bedrock of our democracy.
And that system was broken.
We are not going to get that back.
So we are going to try to fix it.
That’s what I believe.
We’re going to build a better system that is more democratic.
We are going have to rebuild the middle class, because we’ve got to rebuild our economy and rebuild our society.
And we’re going not just going to do that through executive orders.
We need to put in place structural reforms that will create more opportunities for all Americans.
We’re going get rid a lot more people in the middle, because the economy is a big deal.
And the middle has got to come back to work.
That means we’re not going back to the status quo.
We want to make it a fairer, more equal society, and we want to bring people back to their jobs and back to where they belong.
And as a matter of fact, the middle of the country is a huge part of that.
The jobs are there, but they’re not being filled.
And I think we’re seeing the biggest exodus of people from the middle out of America since the Great Depression.
We also need to bring our economy back to a place where we can compete with the rest of the world.
We have to get back to being able to compete with countries that have a lot higher standards.
And so, I think it’s critical to get our economy growing again.
It doesn’t work anymore, and there’s nothing I can do about it.
We can’t continue to lose jobs to China, because China is the most prosperous country in the world and we’re losing jobs to them.
That is why I’m fighting for a lot better trade deals.
We don’t want to lose American jobs to Asia.
We know that.
We’ve got a trade deficit with China.
We will not be able to pay for our own deficit.
And China is getting away with this.
We need to make sure that our infrastructure is built again, and our bridges and tunnels and roads are built again.
And what we have to do is get our people back into the workforce, which is what the American people want, which was a key part of my campaign.
I know that there are many, many Americans who have jobs but are not making enough money to make ends meet.
And when you have a jobless economy, it’s hard for people to find work, and so that is what I’m going to fight for, and I’m willing to do it with every single breath.
But what I also know is that the only way we can really build a country that is truly great and secure and strong is to get the American economy back into full-time employment.
And with our economy, we have the skills and the education and the knowledge to create the jobs that people need to be