My compliments to Narrowminded for providing one of the best posts he ever has. While there is some context and content missing, he provides an excellent snapshot of a Democrat trying to improve the economy of the early 1960s.I just wish to point out that the head of the International Monetary Fund said last summer that had the US Congress done its job regarding passing legislation, budgets, et al, the world economy would be 4% better than it was at the time of her comments. CEOs last summer said that if Congress would do specific things, the CEOs could start hiring and spending money to invest on corporate infrastructure and innovations.We need compassionate conservatives and fiscally responsible liberals to come together to do those things that will make our nation stronger and reunify a people divided by paid media hotheads and politicians who are more loyal to party than country. As far as RINOs go… when you hear about the Republicans who are now referred to as, “In Name Only”, it makes one realize that not even Ronald Reagan or Bush Sr could get elected unless more of the moderate right was willing to come forward.The party that wins isn’t the one who has the most people who support their views, it’s the ones who has the most supporters come out to vote. If you don’t vote, you are part of the problem, no matter what side you are on.Respectfully,C.