Storm is Coming
If the US Defence Budget was reduced by 20% that would easily pay for Tuiton Free College for All, and the US would still have the largest Defence Budget on Planet Earth.
Another way is like Bernie Sanders suggested a 0.5% Wall Street Sales Tax on Speculation, The United States had Tax similer to this from 1916 to 1966 and it would not affect anyones individual Income.
I would like to keep pushing out a reminder of this insidiousness to those who follow us. We are in the most turbulent time I’ve ever witnessed in this country. And they will use the chaos and plugged up news cycles to their advantage. They may dislike Trump but he is a useful idiot, as far as keeping attentions focused elsewhere.
As most of us know, these big money funded groups, and those who do their bidding, obviously have no true patriotism, nor love of country. They sure do wave that flag furiously but would shit on the freedoms endowed by the constitution in a heartbeat.
Stay vigilant. Stay woke. Resist.
Donald Trump is providing the perfect cover for the billionaire Koch Brothers to enact their most villainous plan yet — altering the U.S. Constitution.
The Republican health care bill passed Thursday in the House of Representatives by a razor-thin margin is a big middle-finger to anyone who might need help.
CT politicians are cowards.
“One hundred and nine Democrats (109) in the House have already signed onto John Conyers (D-Michigan) single payer bill — HR 676.
Not one of those Democrats is from Connecticut, Nader’s home state.
And Nader today sent a letter to the five of them — Congressmen Joe Courtney, John Larson and Jim Jimes and Congresswomen Rosa DeLauro and Elizabeth Esty.
“Not one of you — members of the Connecticut Congressional delegation — has co-sponsored HR 676,” Nader wrote.
“This despite majoritarian support, with a recent Pew poll showing 85% of Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents saying the federal government should be responsible for health care insurance.”
“Why are you not representing your constituents on this critical reform that, as demonstrated in other countries, is much more efficient, provides much more choice and has better outcomes?”
“The uniformity of your non-participation in this growing legislative movement sticks out like a sore thumb.”
“Even colleagues of yours from Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee are co-sponsors.”
“It would behoove you in your forthcoming town meetings during the Congressional recess next week to discuss the reasons why for so many years you have avoided endorsing HR 676.”
“I have asked several people in Connecticut, who are your voters, why you have taken your rejectionist stance.”
“Their responses boil down to one word – Aetna.”
Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) just RIPPED Republican Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR) at a hearing on Trumpcare.
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