Do journalists ever question Republicans on their motives for destroying access to affordable healthcare without an alternative? Or do we simply live in a time where they completely own their malice and bald faced corporatism? American citizens be damned, especially the sick and poor. Ain’t no war like a class war.
In a 50-50 vote, Republicans defeated a Democratic measure to stop the return of insurance companies denying coverage of pre-existing conditions.
Grab ‘em by the midterms. This is not the temperament of someone fit for political office.
When he was done talking, Rep. Duane Quam just tossed the mic in front of her.
The GOP is the party of rape
“But among Republicans, a majority—55 percent—thought a proven allegation of sexual assault does not disqualify Kavanaugh from serving on the Supreme Court. About one-quarter, 27 percent, thought it does disqualify him, while 18 percent were not sure.”
Many in the GOP think that even if it were proven Kavanaugh assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, it does not mean he should be kept from the Supreme Court.
Tax cuts for the rich and corporate America. Time for us working stiffs to pay more at the pump though #MAGA
Trump proposed raising the gas tax by 25 cents in a closed-door meeting with lawmakers Wednesday. The GOP is split on the idea.
The right ought to be confused. Tracking cohesion in a web of propagandist lies can be difficult. The battle of ideas is already won. All that’s left is to implement these ideas at home.
As social democracy gains popularity, the right can’t seem to find an honest, consistent argument for why Americans can’t have nice (Danish) things.