He'd side 90% or more with Republican conservatives
He'd challenge conservatives and/or compromise with moderate democrats
He'd take positions based on polling data
Unity is key, i wish I could say that he would try and work with the Democrats, but that is simply not realistic.
Run your own nation, play Cybernations."Conservatism is the blind and fear-filled worship of dead radicals."
- Mark Twain
Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.
Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children. ~ Ancient American Indian Proverb
Only one has already been an utter and complete failure creating or expanding the most disastrous set of economic problems in the history of the nation.
If the other one does the absolute worst we can ever imagine him being capable of, it would be an improvement.
It's like having taken your car to a mechanic for 4 years and every year it costs more and never gets fixed. A new shop opens up in the neighborhood. Why not try out the new guy? You know the old guy can't do it and can't admit it.
By now, you've got to start worrying if your car can take much more.
The Big 0 says that he couldn't pass his successful economic programs because the Reps were blocking him. Before that, the Super majorities of democrats in both houses also wouldn't pass his economic programs. Even Obamacare was passed by deceit and lies and arm twisting.
The Big 0 couldn't work with Democrats and couldn't work with Republicans. Mitt got the job done as a governor with an opposition legislature. We know one guy can't/won't do it and we know one guy will at least try.
What has Obama done to correct this horrible thing? I know that the Bush years had an average of about 5% unemployment and the Big 0 has "corrected that". Good job Mr. President!
Obama has had 4 years to help correct the problem you cite. What has he done?
Compared to 4 years ago today, we have 3.5 million fewer American jobs and 11.5 million more Americans. This kind of math may not be Trickle Down, but it should be just a tad terrifying to anyone, no matter how partisan.