Carter and Reagan were in a debate when Reagan asked this question:
“Are you better off today than you were four years ago?”
That was then, this is now. Apparently the GOP has figured out a plan to win in November 2020, based on the Reagan question quoted above. Here is their theory, ask the question:
Were you better of in February 2020 than you are now? If so vote GOP.
What in the heck?
Chris Cillizza writes:
"‘The stakes are very high this election, but you know why I know we're going to win?" Tillis said in a speech at the North Carolina Republican virtual convention Friday night. "Because people remember how good their lives were back in February.’
So, under Tillis' theory, the last five months, which have been among the most trying, unusual, difficult and without a doubt memorable months of any of our lives, will be forgotten -- or glossed over -- in November because, back in February, the economy was good?” CNN
Is it possible that the GOP is going to move forward with asserting things were great under the GOP until the head of the Republican Party botched the handling of the Coronavirus putting working Americans in the unemployment line?
The Democrats should hope so.
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