91. More on the Rpublican Presidents
The last twenty years of republican presidents [Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), George Bush (1989-1993), and George W. Bush (2001-2009)] was really a period of 'no development of infrastructures for the people of the USA. Instead, this 20-year period would develop mostly new infrastructures for supply-side economists. The important new infrastructures are as follows: (1) to increase free world trade by new laws; (2) to increase oil supplies from Iraq by a war, (3) decrease drug sales from Afghanistan by a war, and (4) increase the number of high income earners from 1% to 2 %. During the same period, 90 % of the poor people must have changed to to 89%.` But the number of food stamp users was increasing since 1969 when astronauts landed on the moon. In 1969 the users was only 3 million. Then, the users went to 21 million in 1980 when Reagan went into the White House. Then, the users went to 44 million by 2011.
So, the Republicans must talk to President Obama about taxing the high income earners. And Congress must change the U.S. economy.and the life of all Americans.