eheathReminds me of someone, starts with a T ends with a rump.
His name was Trump. It's ok to say his name.
He wasn't perfect but he was easily the best president of my lifetime. He was abrasive to say the least but I think we needed that and still do imo.
Politicians should be looked at as tools, in a literal sense. They're there to be used without breaking what you're trying to fix even worse than it was. A perfect tool analogy for the job of a politician would be a scalpel. With Trump, we got a machete. Currently we have a rusty butter knife.
Trump would have been far more successful had the media not had a totally unhealthy obsession with his every breath and move selling panic and hysteria to 2 generations of emotionally compromised, low info retards who lapped up everything they were pushing. Obviously we don't have that level of scrutiny with biden but that's a whole other story.