likewise, addressing tuition issues doesn't go away by accepting them, you point out instances where lack of regulation allowed greed to corrupt a positive move, and i agree we can't just forgive debt and expect the problem to be resolved but the way things do seem to get resolved is pushing change and meeting a workable solution. I'd like to see more credit given to experts dedicated to understanding options and better decisions come out than hyper politicized ideal scenarios.
Things I disagree with, one major series is related to environmental policy. We will globally move toward more aggressively combatting climate change and pollution, we need to. And we have an opportunity for the america to lead there, on paths begun by Obama and before, and allow us to capitalize on those innovations and a primary leading role- denying it and removing regulations allows the status quo or regression to systems which are quickly becoming outdated and outpaced by the rest of the world.
But its beyond that, there are dozens of examples of replacing qualified experts with cronies and lackeys throughout his cabinet. Reverting fair wage progress on things like overtime that prevent specific examples of exploitation, or reversing obamacare is an excellent example of pointing out something that doesn't work, but instead of fixing it and making it better, we've just cast blame and pointed to its failure to dismantle it without replacement, creating scenarios where something that didn't work is only worse now. Our trade deals and international alliances, the wish washy reversals on Iran that emboldened an enemy and restarted its nuclear ambitions with impunity and made us a clear enemy. The current postal issues too, he isn't fixing issues, just worsening them and blaming the "other side" and thats scary and very regressive and dangerous.