I'm quite sure there are many people rejoicing in the election of Donald Trump. The question is, have they considered the possibility that Trump will not be able to address many, if not all, of the dissatisfactions that drove them to vote for him? Voters in West Virginia, for example, concerned about the loss of jobs in the coal industry. There is pretty much nothing that Donald Trump's protectionism, or even his threatened dismantling of the EPA, can do to bring West Virginia coal mining jobs back. The coal mining industry itself has changed. The W.V mines are tapped out; they use machines that take the place of hundreds of workers. Its cheaper to mine in Wyoming and the west. And demand for coal has been replaced by natural gas. Are huge tax cuts going to spur a huge growth in GDP? That's extremely unlikely. Tax cuts just mean that rich people have more money. Money that they spend in ways that don't generally grow the economy that much or create many jobs. Congress may well destroy the ACA. But there is no real alternative plan. And frankly, repealing the ACA will only further depress wages and increase income inequality. Oh, its also going to drive up the deficit. I wish the best for this country. But I have a very strong suspicion that many Trump voters are going to be sorely disappointed, and probably sooner rather than later.