It has been more than a year since Donald Trump ascended to the presidency, promising the very best of everything. I was among a small minority in healthcare that cheered the arrival of a different administration because it brought with it the hope of a new direction. Suffice it to say, my problems with the direction the prior administration took were legion.
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Without re-litigating the myriad issues that arose in the last eight years, most can comfortably agree that at the end of the era of enlightened planning from the center, healthcare is more expensive, more regulated, and more inefficient.
It is the fashion of late to not just disagree with Trump, his cabinet, and his policies, but to find them all immoral people who hate (in no particular order): children, poor people, women, and any persons of color. I find it striking that most of these characters were relative unknowns toiling away in their former lives who garnered no special attention prior to joining the Trump team, and finally being outed as Voldemort-worshiping death eaters. The members of the #RESISTANCE need not, therefore, have to worry their heads about actual policy positions, but
I will attempt to summarize the stance of these apostles of Satan.