If you are a woman, minority, or within 20yrs of retirement; I canít understand why would you vote Republican
I'm sure many of those same people can't understand why you would vote the way you do. Minorities, women, and 50-somethings aren't monolithic groups.
Yeah.. it must be nice to be able to decide what is best for over 50% of the population just by yourself.
Iím not a woman, but I am a minority and I will be retiring within 10 years... although Iíll be using my 401k and savings.
I lived within my means, worked hard and invested since I started working 15 years ago. Didnít blame others for my problems or disadvantages. First generation American.
I am also a minority. I saved too. Investments a lot. Engineering in Aeropace and Renewable Energy industry. About 10 yrs for me as well. Being working for about 35 years. Like guns and also like single payer healthcare.
No one is asking for anything free. Pay your taxes, stay out of trouble and live within your means. Thatís me.
.... I am not an ideologue. Voted for both parties in the past.
Like I said, if youíre a woman - you can thank that ďLiberalĒ judge RBG with that radical idea of equal pay.
If you are - say - Puerto Rican or Latino, you have to be crazy voting for Trump after his ďselling Puerto RicoĒ statement. Also, His refusal on denouncing certain white supremacy groups is also disturbing.
If you are closer to retirement and social safety nets are important to you; right now only one party seems to be looking out for you. Nothing Mitch MConnell says sounds comforting about securing safety nets....just roll the tape.