Donald and Ivanka Trump Rally, Aston Pennsylvania – 7:30pm Live Stream…

Candidate Donald Trump is joined with his daughter Ivanka Trump in Aston Pennsylvania this evening holding an event at the Aston Community Center.  The event is not open to the public; however, you can watch the live stream here beginning at 7:30pm EDT:

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489 Responses to Donald and Ivanka Trump Rally, Aston Pennsylvania – 7:30pm Live Stream…

  1. Walt says:

    This is what happens when you take politics out of the equation.
    Win/Win/Win for the people!
    Make America Great Again!!!!

    Liked by 7 people

  2. Soflamama says:

    Trump is an innovative thinker and a problem solver. This is his ‘wish list’. If he sets the bar high and it ends up getting the partially done, then this country will be much better for it. It’s all about encouraging families … By taking care of the children and elders. Every society since the beginning of time has emphasized this. And we are talking about working poor…NOT mooches just out to gain the system. Heck, I have two kids and until recently , an 89 year old father living here. It’s expensive!!! Anything would help us…as it is now, we were not rewarded for doing the right thing. This is a step in the right direction!

    Liked by 15 people

  3. Bull Durham says:

    A new form of local control. In the family and in the businesses that employ parents.

    People get to choose, decide, spend their money and become more productive.

    It deals with two huge family-centered problems. Child care and parent care.

    As the economy grows, people will climb out of the lower rungs and become more self-supportive.

    We will become rich again as a nation. Savings and productivity will become norms.

    Liked by 10 people

    • swissik says:

      It has the potential to create more home based small businesses as well as child care run by moms who prefer to stay home with their own kids and may be able to take in one or two paying clients. There will undoubtedly be obstacles created by the local, county and state bureaucrats who generally can’t stand people who want to be independent.

      Liked by 4 people

  4. Burnt Toast says:

    As a whole it looks like it extends dependent care expense deductions (now only within of the duel income well-to-do) to all.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. teaforall says:

    This is the relief working families need. Great speech

    Liked by 3 people

  6. auscitizenmom says:

    LOL While I know it is not very conservative and is more of a Dem plan, if Trump was looking for a way to get the female vote, he just got women’s attention. Child care affects so many women and I know how difficult it is. I ran a day care. And, 25 years ago, I charged $110 a week for an infant. That wasn’t even in the highest range for infants.

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  7. Martin says:

    Sounds good, Trump.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Bull Durham says:

    One big selling point is the morons called conservatives are knee-jerking already.
    Oh, the horror! They much prefer the Liberals than helping children and mothers and families.
    They much prefer their dogma than helping employers have more productive workers.
    They don’t want to win. They want their “values”, and lost opportunities.

    Liked by 9 people

    • redlegleader68 says:

      Bull and I are on the same page, same sheet of music tonight; although, Bull left off thier “principles” that helped us elect Pres. McCain, and Pres. Romey. Just sayin’ … let’s win

      Liked by 4 people

    • KitKat says:

      I expect Rush will be all over this tomorrow talking about how unconservative it is.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Trumpire says:

      This site is called The Conservative Treehouse – the last refuge.

      Calling the base morons is not a great idea.

      Now it’s great that it’s a Trump site now too but that doesn’t mean many of us have all suddenly changed our views on the role and extent of government in our lives.

      Again, I say this is something to be argued about after the election because it’s Trump or Hillary at this point. We’ve got bigger fish to fry right now.

      Liked by 1 person

      • WSB says:

        Well said. On the train… And less government. My assumption is that if we can recreate the equilibrium we used to have, things will be better and families will come back strong.

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        • Trumpire says:

          I so agree! Jobs, booming economy, closed borders, manufacturing base, infrastructure rebuilding, etc. And most of our problems will take care of themselves.

          Liked by 1 person

          • WSB says:

            So true. Ann Coulter’s book ‘Adios America’ is a very disturbing essay on what is really happening in the US. It spells out our death spiral unless we start cutting off all of these scams for people to feed off of our taxes.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Bull +
      My conservative values are family, children and pro life.
      I am questioning the so called conservative what their values are…????

      Liked by 2 people

  9. Pam says:

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  10. Rene says:

    I was wondering how he was going to solve the problem of the needed workers in this new economy. Looks like this will go a long way toward helping working families.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      He is going to shut the spigot of immigration. He’s hinted at that. He wants America for Americans, then, maybe a decade or so, open the doors wider. Right now, we have a work force of 45-95 million people looking for good job. What do we need with immigrants?
      Jobs, jobs, jobs. Prosperity. Growth.

      Liked by 7 people

  11. Athena the Warrior says:

    Lost employee productivity due to childcare needs, elder care, cost businesses millions of dollars each year. Donald & Ivanka approached this as innovative business owners.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Exactly, it’s a huge productivity and income disparity problem.

      Liked by 4 people

    • sDee says:

      How about we make America so great, filled with so much opportunity, that mothers can take off 6 years without financial hardship to the family?

      Liked by 2 people

      • lizzieintexas says:

        This is the first step. It will take years to undo what the liberals have manipulated into life as we currently know it.

        Liked by 5 people

      • maxx power says:

        Yes, so we can have real families again. Like it’s supposed to be. Men will be able to support their families again, walk a little taller. Be men again. Good jobs, no more needing two incomes just to pay that d*#mn cable bill. Be able to have another child & raise him up right. The pure joy of a man & a woman, each doing their part to make a home & build a family. Put away a nest egg for a rainy day, instead of every day being a downpour like the last eight years. And yeah, the single mom can build a real life, not just exist. Make America Great Again!

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        • WSB says:

          Maxx, I agree. In this century, maybe it is one or two parent breadwinners, but I definitely prefer enough income of home or outside working alternative for either parent to work or take care of their own children. No third party childcare needed. Moreso that any earned income cash is NOT going from the IRS to illegals. That’s crazy. I believe it is called the INTERNAL REVENUE Service. No?

          I think this plan needs work, but I am happy this has been introduced.

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      • singtune says:

        I did that~~ in the 1970’s~~~ & it worked~! So in the Future it CAN work once again~~with a Productive America 1st Structure.

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  12. sDee says:

    Child care is not a federal role or responsibility. States can do it I suppose. It really should be a benefit employers offer to attract and retain top talent.

    I wish we had strict limited-government Constitutional politicians, but they are rare. Regardless, we long ago passed that point.

    What we need now is a nationalist and capitalist to end America’s death march and offer us a narrow opportunity to return to a nation of laws and the Constitution.

    Time is short. The consequences of a Trump loss are irreversible. I will ignore this and march ahead for the Trump win.

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    • redlegleader68 says:

      Thank you for your concern and your support. Please keep in mind that Trump must act/react within the existing IRS rules and regs regardless of what you think or wish for. After he wins, we have at least 4 and hopefully 8 years to correct the system. Tonight was a proforma using the existing system. Don’t be a UniParty agreerer; get Trump elected then we can talk. #MAGA

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      • sDee says:

        Yes. Always ahead of myself – then I come back to the reality of how much we have let the bastards take from us a a free people. It will be a long way back – probably not my lifetime but I will entrust my children with this too!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Again, I don’t understand what the problem is with TAX DEDUCTIONS for child and elder care?

      Aren’t Conservatives all about getting our taxes lower?

      What am I missing here?

      Liked by 6 people

      • WSB says:

        No issue with tax deductions for childcare. Everyone’s issue seems to be tonight the Earned Tax Credit, where you receive a check if you are well below the poor line. America was never about breeding kids if you cannot afford them.

        Having children is about responsibility of two parents who will take care of children, not make them into wards of the state as it has turned into.

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    • singtune says:

      S-Dee~~What you WANT has been Taken AWAY from us~~& things have become so bad this remedy is NEEDED Now to help until the Americans are once again Employed as they were back in the 1960’w & 1970’s~! Yes I was home until all Children were FULL time in School before I went back to Teaching`! But the Situation kept getting worse & my 3 Children have had to have help with their Children. & they are now aged 45-52~! But it was bad when they started their families & they are ALL College Graduates~!

      One daughter decided to work at Night, when her husband was home, The other had a Daycare affiliated with her work. My son’s wife had help from her Dad who was partly retired, & then her sister took over at times. I So , I understand it is even worse for Young Families now~~~& that is WHY these measures are needed until the economy is Back to America 1st Health.

      Sometimes the Remedy is NOT what we WANT~~ but what we NEED to get Better~!

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  13. Pam says:

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    • swissik says:

      Ivanka is a huge asset to her father. I hope that her mother is also recognized as a strong contributor to Ivanka’s character. The family should appear in group photos a bit more often because they make a powerful statement that cannot be matched by the competition.

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  14. George says:

    Once again, Mr Trump is not a politician trying to please any one group of American citizens. He’s a brilliant business man fighting all political powers in order to ” Make America Great Again”. This speech will be inspirational across America. I was going to Trump’s website and donate $25.00, but after this speech I’m going to push one of the buttons to the right!

    Liked by 6 people

  15. Bull Durham says:

    Trump has no ideology. He has a philosophy. He is family centric. Look at his life. Look at his definition of success: not money. It’s a good family. He tells that story over and over. Family is central to his love of America. He connected with 14 million voters, now 50 million by addressing family. Jobs is about family. Stopping drugs, family. Ending crime in the streets, family. Everything he speaks to touches on his core philosophy. Family.

    So, this is essential to American Christian and social values.

    It’s what makes him so lovable. We see his family and we say this guy is a good man (as Pence calls him).

    He can do no wrong for America, if he sticks with the family as his core concern.

    Liked by 14 people

  16. TheTorch says:

    Quite a speech.

    Trump has just taken a baseball bat to the War on Women meme and Democrat Party.

    This is a clever, strategic policy announcement that is already making the Dems, Media and Lefties hysterical. Home run Mr. Trump.

    I understand why some purer Conservatives have an issue with the welfare aspect of this plan. But I think they need to fully appreciate the political reality of where America is right now on this issue. Fact is child care is a huge problem that requires bold action to resolve. This plan should help greatly in that regard. It may not be perfect, but then what is. But if it results in helping families, that has to be a positive and the potential benefit to society is enormous, far outweighing any concerns with the policy.

    I can’t think of anything more Conservative than supporting and nurturing the family. At the end of the day what is more important?

    Liked by 12 people

    • redlegleader68 says:

      Very nice, Torch! Oh, and let’s all keep in mind that those “conservative leaders” of our past, the purer Conservatives are the exact ones that have, year after year, passed all the laws and regs and IRS illegal pronouncements that got us where we are today. As Howie would say, “Out! Get ’em out! Get ’em ALL out!!”

      Liked by 5 people

    • lizzieintexas says:

      It levels the playing field a little. Abortions, birth control are subsidized why not provide a little relief that choose a different lifestyle?

      Liked by 5 people

    • George says:

      Thank you Bull!
      Thank you Torch!
      I wish I could express my feelings with your words. Most grateful 15 month student of Sundance and many people who comment on this site. I can’t afford to pay for all this education. (Lol)

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    • maxx power says:

      Couple this plan with the rest of Trump’s plans, and in time the need for child care will diminish. It all works together, for America. He really is bringing it all back. All the good stuff that made us great to begin with, and doing it on schedule & way under budget.

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      • WSB says:

        Trump is taking the lumps out. Little by little. The objective is to make families again. With no third party raising your own children. We’ll get there.

        Liked by 3 people

        • maxx power says:

          Isn’t it wonderful what one good, honest man can do?

          Liked by 1 person

        • phoebehb says:

          Does anyone else remember the 1950 best-seller book, The Lonely Crowd? I’ve never forgotten one point it raised: that children reared by impersonal “directors” seemed forever crippled in their ability to form deep personal bonds to anyone. My daughter is a private school principle, after being a K-1 teacher there for many years. She has for years grieved aloud to m over the children who come to them after being in daycare since they were born. She calls them “burnt”: disengaged, inattentive, indifferent-to-hostile to teachers, a sort of impenetrable shell around their interaction with other children. Anything that might help keep children out of that environment should be celebrated.

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          • phoebehb says:

            (Sorry, Sundance. I should have broken that into 2-3 paragraphs. )

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          • WSB says:

            My sister-in-law worked for many families. She is without any question appalled by what is occurring privately in America. Most , if not all are broken families who cannot control their children, let alone their marriages.

            This is really frightening.

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  17. kittytrump84 says:

    Wait – what about Hillary’s plan?

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  18. KBR says:

    I would like for Mr. Trump to say that a large portion of the money needed to institute this plan will come from the elimination of graft, corruption, and pork-belly politics. And that we can expect that some whose pockets might have to go without that graft, corruption and pork money might object feverishly saying the program is too expensive.

    (Also, contracts are often far too lucrative: when toilet seats in Washington federal buildings no longer cost $800.00 each and hammers no longer cost $300.00 etc, etc, ad infinitum…perhaps the nation’s taxpaying workers’ children and elderly can get a break)

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    • KBR says:

      Second sentence being key to keeping the objectors stammering.

      Liked by 1 person

      • WSB says:

        KBR, Working in Trump’s business, I many times catch hints from Trump that would be used in the third or fourth phases of a hotel design project. I believe he specifically is not addressing the actual amount of the fraud, waste and abuse of which you speak. In my book, this would be reducing the federal government by at least 50%. I ask anyone here to argue that point.

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        • swissik says:

          No argument on your point from me. What I fear though is what I always fear with new programs: first an administration with lots of new employees who sit at desks and next a new opportunity for waste, fraud and abuse.

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        • KBR says:

          The only argument I could give is that it might be more than 50%.

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          • WSB says:

            Ha! Calvin Cooledge removed 50% of our government and gave us the Roaring Twenties. I would remove 75%, including land, buildings, etc.

            This will scare a lot of people but I truly believe this is what Trump means to do. It would revolutionize this country. We really would be rich again.

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  19. Rene says:

    Also Trump has said throughout the campaign we should have a big heart for all Americans, especially for those who need help whether it is healthcare, childcare, reduced tax burdens, unemployed, homeless, poverty stricken inner cities, ect. He has said we can make improvements, provide jobs, grow economy, become energy efficient and all that goes a long way to paying for helping our people.

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    • WSB says:

      Rene, that used to be done by private charity, friends and family. It should resume to be that way now.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rene says:

        Completely agree. It used to be. These proposals also talk about encouaging that again. That takes time, but I believe he will do many things to encourage faith based and private charity again.

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      • singtune says:

        WSB~~That is true~~But that will take a Lot of time, since the situation you are speaking about has not been in real ACTION around this Country since the 1970’s~! It WILL all come back with America 1st~~& the Millions of Immigrants gone~~who have had not only the welfare State Tied up ~~but all the Church Charity Type Organizations totally MAXED Out too~!

        At age 79 & having Lived that way in the 70’s , when I was able to take 6-10 Years off from working, & also SAW the Churches in REAL Action too, ~~~~I KNOW it can occur once again.

        Patience is in order, because Right Now~~ FAMILIES need a lot of help.

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  20. sunnydaze says:

    Remember when moms stayed home and we had great neighborhoods cuz it meant all the kids could hang around in the hood and play outside?

    Whatever encourages one parent to stay home, I’m for it.

    I would love for kids these days to experience the wonderful-ness of being “Kings and Queens of their Neighborhood”- with the neighborhood adults (secretly) keeping an eye out from indoors.

    And, let’s face it, it was more fun for the adults too to have all those kids around, especially the elderly.

    This business of shipping all the kids off to “after school activities” cuz no parent is home has got to stop/be reversed.

    Whatever can encourage that trend, I’m behind it 100%.

    Love the “stay-at-home deduction” idea. Just love it.

    Liked by 8 people

    • maxx power says:

      I agree. The old way was the best way. It gave us the America we all seem to be missing, & the kids today are being cheated out of.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Ha! Some of us lived on little tiny cul de sacs. I never thought of them as the ‘hood’, but yes, it used to so much fun to go out, run around or ride your bike in the neighborhood and know where the next kiss and Band-Aid would be coming from if you got yourself into trouble! Let alone the dinner bell or bug truck!

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  21. MemesOfTruth(irredeemable) says:

    Did anyone else catch this? It seems he is setting a brilliant trap to push back against abortions. Make our unborn children legally recognized individuals via savings accounts, deductions and the tax system.

    “Immediate family members and employers will also be able to set aside funds in these accounts, which will be established for the benefit of specific individuals, including unborn children.”

    Am I missing something here?

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    • Trumped says:

      Nope! You got it.
      It’s another piece of MAGA !

      Abortion cause of not beeing able to take care of children, or fear of loosing a job, is not encouraged with president Trump!

      GET A CHILD AND HELP MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN !
      (future workers!)

      This is making a lot of people happy for all the right reasons. Trump has touched a lot of hearts today FOR REAL!

      Liked by 5 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        You’re right, Trumped.

        I seriously did not expect this speech to be such an attention-stopper for me personally, since I don’t have young children.

        But dang, he hit it out of the park here.

        There is SO MUCH potential for American Society as a whole in this speech and with these ideas!!

        So , altho I’ve been Trump supporter all along, I’m saying this for the first time tonite:

        MAGA!!!!!

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  22. Trumped says:

    How about conservative meaning conservation of americas populace in all its diversity`?

    Future professionals working hard will be there cause of Trumps great plan in restoring the american family.

    HISTORIC! (oh and yes the dems just pissed their pantsuits)

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  23. 18CatsInOH says:

    I could have really used something like this when I was taking care of my elderly mother. You would not believe how much just your utility costs skyrocket simply because someone was there 24/7, which meant the house had to be kept either warm or cool depending on time of year. My food costs tripled, laundry more than doubled because I had to wash a lot of clothes and sheets/blankets because of her incontinence. The list goes on and on of those intangible things that crop up.

    I think it is absolutely fabulous he’s even including the elderly in this plan. No one else has even talked about the problem of elder care. It touches my heart.

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  24. Trumped says:

    Hey guys if you hate Trumps plan there is a group with the same mood;
    http://therightscoop.com/it-sucks-mark-levin-slams-trump-for-new-maternity-leave-program/

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  25. Pam says:

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  26. Keln says:

    I can tell reading a lot of these posts that quite a few get it. But, being the anti-welfare guy that I am, I get some of the consternation too.

    What those who are concerned need to recognize is that these policy proposals are directly in opposition to the whole point of welfare. The left has been pushing welfare as a means of, not only hooking voters by demographic, but mainly to get people hooked onto State dependence.

    We can argue all day about “where the money comes from”, or if it is truly welfare or not (I say it is not). But you have to look at the goal here. It isn’t the leftist goal of keeping people dependent on the State. The goal is to get people to work. To make it easier for people to stay in the work force. And to help out working families and keep them as working families.

    Ultimately that is better (and cheaper) than folks being on actual welfare. I find it funny that some people are upset about a 6-week paid maternity leave when the alternative might be a mother losing her job and then going on the dole…for far longer than 6 weeks. Which is cheaper? Hmm?

    Look, Trump wants to put people back to work. But y’all need to realize something. There are entire generations of people who have lived in the welfare system. Now some are just content to be that way, and that’s a whole other problem. But some want out. They want to get a job. But the way the system is now actually punishes people for trying, using taxes and loss of certain benefits, unless they hit an escape trajectory by getting a well-paying job. It shouldn’t be that way. But it is by design.

    These policies are a step in the right direction. They remove the pressure against mothers getting a job by trying to help cover childcare expenses. And they help mothers avoid losing a job because they are having a baby. It also to an extent tries to keep families together. What is the #1 reason why families split (besides the usual infidelity/incompatibility)? Financial reasons. This isn’t going to solve it completely, obviously, but it helps. Financial pressure, especially when kids are involved, can drive a lot of couples to the brink.

    It is also interesting that Trump added care of the elderly to this. Taking care of parents used to be a socially-accepted responsibility of their children. Did society just suddenly stop caring about their parents? No. They just couldn’t afford it anymore. This part of his plans helps to bring that back. It’s something we all should do. It’s something most of us want to do. Now we can more easily afford it under his plan.

    Look, this isn’t a “welfare” plan, not in the traditional sense. It is a pro-family plan and a pro-jobs plan. He wants to bring back jobs. He also wants to get Americans into those jobs. And that means finding ways to pry people out of the welfare ditch they’ve been pushed into by decades of Globalist policy making.

    The man is a strategic thinker. He doesn’t work off of a checklist of “conservative principles”. He focuses on a goal and he thinks outside of ideology to find solutions that might work. Give it a chance. Consider his overall goals and see how this fits just as well as any of his other policies do. Everything he proposes fits together like pieces of a puzzle. All of the planks in his platform overlap: National security and Economic security. Those are the goal. The untapped potential of the American People can make that goal happen, and the goal protects the untapped potential of the American People.

    It all fits together nicely. America first, not ideology first.

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    • maxx power says:

      Good post Keln. I agree with all that. I am amazed by the solutions Trump comes up with. Common sense, practical, financially sound, effective. Quite unlike every politician on the planet.

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    • NJF says:

      Well said!

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    • Trumped says:

      Should be a featured post! You put it so nicely and on point looking at the bigger picture(!)

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    • WSB says:

      Thanks for your post, Keln. I completely agree that Trump is basically creating a plan to ween us off a very terrible habit.

      Society didn’t just stop affording care for the elderly or the young. People did. Families, churches, local charities, neighbors did. And I believe he is attempting to ease us back into the future of family. I know that sounds strange but human nature does not really change, so we have to redirect that nature back into a future relationship.

      We’ll find it. What I know about Mr.Trump is that he is a strategic thinker. Problem solver.

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  27. Let’s see how the libbies show their hypocrisy on this. It will be so telling. Since it has an elderly care part, I am certain that they will not like that since they want the elderly dead (Death Panels in Obamacare) plus it might cause someone to think twice about aborting a baby due to the cost of caring for it. So, they would not like that Planned Parenthood sales of baby parts will suffer).

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  28. highdezertgator says:

    The company I was with for 20 years had onsite daycare including kindergarten and was started in 1985. We paid a fair daily / weekly rate and you could visit your kids anytime. They became part of the “company” and participated in company events like Halloween dress up and Christmas pageants. The “Kidz Department” was talked about and written about locally and nationally as a model for companies. Best thing ….you knew your kiddo’s were safe and sound and a short 2 minute walk away.
    So tax incentives for companies to start there own daycare service or join with other companies and share the effort would go along way.
    Spending money for honest, safe and productive childcare goes a lot farther than paying for their “prison care” at $31,000 to $60,000 per inmate per year. Just sayin’!

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  29. Gov Jay says:

    Trump’s plan sounds interesting and will most likely attract additional voters… however, the programs need to be self-funding without placing additional burdens on older or other unaffected taxpayers that aren’t receiving any benefits whatsoever… Further, there is a danger at the end of Trump’s tenure if some Marxist liberal wins the WH… Elizabeth ‘Liawatha’ Warren, for example… their administration would turn these programs into a socialist windfall for newly-invading immigrants and refugees… And let me add, without sounding harsh, that Ivanka’s introductory remark about wage ‘inequality’ between men and women was somewhat disturbing, as this fallacy has been debunked over and over again (including the other leftist myths such as illegal aliens do jobs Americans won’t do / make our economy stronger / come to the US out of ‘love’ (Thanks, Jeb!).. Unemployment is 5%… The economy is booming, you just don’t realize it… and so forth).

    All that being said, any plan seems to be treating the symptom and not the illness… We, as a country… should be asking questions such as “Why are there so many single mothers?”, “Why do both parents have to work full time to maintain an average middle class living standard?”, “Why are lower income people having a number of children they cannot possibly afford?”, “Why aren’t wages and salaries keeping pace with real inflation / cost of living indices?”, “Why are we paying illegal aliens and refugees… instead of American citizens… for having children?”, etc. Then and only then, will we solve the problem… as another government plan or program will not… in the long term…

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  30. MVW says:

    Trump is a business man who actually knows how to make life work from the lowest wage earner to the highest. He knows insurance, law, health care, all the details.

    At first, I had the same reaction as many, ‘Oh no, not another Gruberment plan.’ Then I looked at the details. It really is a smart practical plan. And Trump is right. The problems need addressing. It is actually essential to address them.

    Trump is putting in place all the pieces, all the bricks to the building. Nice to have had Ivanka’s help in putting this package together.

    Just my two cents.

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  31. Bonitabaycane says:

    The Child Care Plan, from purely a political perspective, reaffirms the brilliance of our Presumptive President on a number of levels. (1) Trump controls the spotlight as this issue is being talked about. (2) The issue of child care crosses party lines and is especially appealable to women.(3) It allows him to enlist his bright, articulate daughter Ivanka. She is a star. Another day, another reaffirmation of the political brilliance of Mr. Trump.

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