Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Finger Pointing Part of American Political Game For Centuries

While alternate news and market commentary websites are blasting Californians for recognizing Trump as President only after they need federal assistance, they should also note that these types of 'games' have been standard practice in American politics for centuries. The longer we spending pointing fingers, focusing on California's economy, financial, and cultural incompetence despite a general tendency for nearly all states to follow California's lead, the more Americans focus on separation rather than cooperation. It's not like eastern states like Illinois, New York, New Jersey, etc. don't have similar troubles. Point is, survival and evolution of society through the coming economic and financial crisis requires the saving grace of humanity - sharing, understanding, compassion, and cooperation. History, unfortunately, tells us the crisis will be difficult because the forces of cooperation are almost always overwhelmed by those of separation (greed, fear, revenge, ego) in the short-term.

Headline: Gov. Jerry Brown asks potential nemesis — President Trump — for aid

In December, Gov. Jerry Brown asserted California’s independence and blasted President Donald Trump for dismissing climate change.

On Friday, the governor turned to his potential nemesis for help — specifically, asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to declare a major disaster after the state was hammered by storms, floods and mudslides.



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