Thanks for tuning in again. There is some funny news going on, and of course it’s related to the 2016 presidential candidate race for the Republicans. What a special breed of people we have this year.
Considering that I took the time to take the steps required to build and breath life into this website, I thought this topic would be great to discuss as it pertains to the shift in how voters are making decisions in our current digital age. One interesting note to make it that major companies also invest heavily into building a corporate brand with a strong online presence. Donald Trump has recently taken advantage of the power of the web and has deployed a team of intelligent and very capable web developers who were able to determine that presidential candidate Jeb Bush, had a domain that was registered years ago, and was now reaching the end of the terms where the domain would be protected from others purchasing rights to the name. It’s like buying a car, missing the payments, watching it get repossessed and sold into auction to your next door neighbor who also is dating your ex-girlfriend. Cold as ice. But also stable as ice. Stable as ice, on a hot, black plate, in high noon, in a Arizona summer.
What this means is that at a certain point in time somebody in the Jeb Bush camp bought the rights of the domain Jebbush.com. Which is a great site to own if your first name is Jeb, and your last name is Bush and you are running for president of the United States. But then that expiration date came up. And the prestiguous site name went into the hands of your competitor. Each and every piece of literature with the propaganda that supports the Bush campaign is now being redirected to and adding some exposure to the Donald Trump website. Numbers never lie, and numbers and statistics is what everybody is basing his entire voting situation on. Right? Aren’t elections based on some weird concept, where candidates become elected officials based on their leadership and appeasement to issues that affect the general consensus of voters? This race is based on defacing the rivals. No one knows what any of these fellows are about, but it seems that the writing is again on the wall. Just when you thought it was safe, here comes Jeb doing with Jeb does best to date; “Jebbed” up another situation. The last time you checked in, Brother Jeb was begging for applause. Recently, he’s been begging for his brother to come out and speak on his behalf. Yeah, but you can’t get the respect of the young voters, when you don’t have the awareness to hold onto his own dag gone websites.
I mean are we really supposed to trust this guy with decisions about our healthcare. My parents are finally retiring after 30 something years of working. It’s time for them to kick their feet up and relax and not have to stress out about who’s going to be the president. They want to know answers to deep things like, social security and whether or not they will be able to continue to see the same doctor as before? These are some crazy ass questions that my family continue to ask me, and it’s one of the few times in my life that I really don’t have the answers. I can only speak from my personal experience and I know that my family has felt the direct results and impact of the switch in changing healthcare policies at the results of the Obama care plan, first hand. I know men and women who are responsible for families, that through no fault of their own, lost their jobs due to economic uncertainty. These men and women had to take low paying jobs that they were overqualified for, in order to secure jobs that would provide the benefits that would help them out with their kids healthcare. These citizens tell me that as a result, they had to find a new dentist and new doctors, who then refer them to a whole new set of specialists. The healthcare providers that they were comfortable with are not accepting patients who are covered by market insurance providers and so now the children and elderly suffer the most. I have had conversations with parents who shared that even though they were still paying if not the same, sometimes more than the previous premium for services, the level of quality of healthcare they were receiving had diminished. And that is supposed to be the Democrats response to solving the health care issue.
Within the last 20 years, Republicans have been taking the stance of privatizing and making it more fiscally beneficial for the private markets to provide services to the public. The Wall Street people would love that. Ask the douche-bag, Martin Shkreli. Then talk to someone from the Netherlands. Completely different vibes, man. Way different. I’m not saying we need to switch to socialism and follow Bernie’s plan and I definitely don’t like what they’re doing in Canada. It’s time that Americans speak loud about what we want, and make the politicians say and do what we want. We need to be the first of the first, and create a totally new plan to resolve healthcare issues in America. Let’s raise our voices and make the world take notice, so that they can then follow suit. We are pioneers, and we shouldn’t be copying anyone. If we’re going to copy someone, the only way I want to do it is by completely taking over their site, gather all their constituents from resources someone else exhausted, and redirect the attention and focus on how we want to do things. I don’t like Donald J Trump,and no way in hell is this to be interpreted as an endorsement. However, facts are facts. Fact is that the guy has us talking, and that is something that’s worth talking about.