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Why We're Still In Deep Trouble No Matter Who Wins the Presidency

VigilantWingnut Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 2:59 PM
Another reality to be faced is this. Even if Romney does win on Nov 6th, (and I think he will by a comfortable margin), without a significant majority in both houses he won't get anything done. Democrats will filibuster and obstruct any tax reform, spending cuts, or repealing of Obamacare.
Conservative abroad Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 9:47 PM
He can do a lot through the Executive branch just by reversing a lot of what Obama has done through them. The EPA and the NLRB have been destructive to business.
Regardless of who wins the U.S. presidential election next week, one thing seems certain: Americans are about to learn the same hard lessons recently visited upon the French and the British. That is, whoever ends up being elected head of any given political system will be required to work within the confines of current global economic forces.

Candidates can promise all the economic changes they want within their particular national bubble, but nothing will actually change without the blessing of the global market gods. So then, what's the solution?

Every recent political candidate around the globe who has been...