It's just so damned sad.
America, when viewed through the bars on Blodgett's windows, looks a lot less great than it used to be. So she answered Donald Trump's call to the country's forgotten corners. Thousands of her neighbors did, too, and her county, once among the most reliably Democratic in the nation, swung Republican in a presidential election for the first time in 90 years."People were like, 'This guy's going to be it. He's going to change everything, make it better again,'" she says....[These days] His administration's failed plans to remake the health care system may or may not cost millions their coverage, and there's a lack of clarity over how exactly he intends to eradicate a spiraling drug crisis that now claims 142 American lives each day - a growing number of them here, in Grays Harbor County.
"Has he done anything good yet?" she asks. "Has he?"
Friday, August 18, 2017
Trump's promises, Trump's delivery
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"Blodgett just prays Trump understand the stakes - because in places like this, there is little room left for error from Washington, D.C."ReplyDelete
He doesn't care enough to try to understand them.