The differences between President Donald J. Trump and his opponent, Democrat Joe Biden are stark and affect every American on what is called “kitchen table topics” meaning the things that will affect citizen’s quality of life the very most.
Consider how the two candidates address the idea of transforming where people may have chosen to live. Democrats are always transforming what Republicans have, it is no less true for wanting to change where we live.
At issue in the 2020 General Election in November is the sanctity of the Suburbs. Trump tweeted about it recently:
New York Post reported,”The ex-veep [Biden] wants to ramp up an Obama-era social engineering scheme called Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing that mercifully barely got underway before President Trump took office, vowing to stop it.
Biden’s plan is to force suburban towns with single-family homes and minimum lot sizes to build high-density affordable housing smack in the middle of their leafy neighborhoods — local preferences and local control be damned.”
A must read story in the @NYPost if you live in the suburbs!
“Biden’s plan is to force suburban towns with single-family homes and minimum lot sizes to build high-density affordable housing smack in the middle of their leafy neighborhoods.” https://t.co/7aEOlu1dD0
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) July 22, 2020
A plan to infiltrate the suburban areas with lowcost housing paid for the governing is Affirmatively Furthering Fair House is a HUD project.
One of the major frustrations of the left is Trump’s appointee to head HUD, Conservative Republican Dr. Ben Carson. Carson revealed his plan for addressing Housing concerns with a program that helps rebuild areas, with private-public partnerships called The Housing Choice Voucher Mobility Demonstration.
The Housing Choice Voucher Mobility Demonstration will help to empower people by giving them a real choice in where they live. We are a compassionate country and this program provides a pathway to opportunity for families in need. https://t.co/5u7trrfSgo pic.twitter.com/XRDuaRQ6lJ
— Archive: Ben Carson (@SecretaryCarson) July 21, 2020
The difference could not be more different between the two candidates and their ideas of what motivates voters.
Trump talks about Economic nationalism, where people are equally entitled to work hard and earn a good life, and Biden talks about how the Government is going to give people things for free.
National Review reported,”Biden and his party have embraced yet another dream of the radical Left: a federal takeover, transformation, and de facto urbanization of America’s suburbs. What’s more, Biden just might be able to pull off this “fundamental transformation.”
The suburbs are the swing constituency in our national elections. If suburban voters knew what the Democrats had in store for them, they’d run screaming in the other direction. Unfortunately, Republicans have been too clueless or timid to make an issue of the Democrats’ anti-suburban plans. It’s time to tell voters the truth.”