This man is no man at all. A stain on our nation for years to come.
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“Walker, a stay-at-home mom, said she’s way more concerned about being able to afford health care for her kids than having an ideological debate about who has to pee in which bathroom.”
Gay rights? Abortion? Wyoming residents say they’d rather live and let live than harp on your personal life.
“Erik Prince, founder of the private mercenary firm Blackwater, is urging the White House to consider a plan to privatize the war in Afghanistan, install a colonial viceroy to run the country and deploy an iPhone app for soldiers to request airstrikes from a private air force. “What he’s talking about is corporations using their own judgment in who to kill from the air,” says journalist Allan Nairn.”
The White House is considering an unprecedented plan to privatize the war in Afghanistan at the urging of Erik Prince, founder of the now-defunct private mercenary firm Blackwater. Prince told USA Today the plan would include sending 5,500 private mercenaries to Afghanistan to advise the Afghan army…
This is not over.
Let me repeat that: This. Is. Not. Over.
Trumpcare may have gotten through the House, but that doesn’t mean it’s law. It now faces the Senate. This is now the firewall to battle Trumpcare – no matter who tries to push it through.
This is where you come in. Share this video, spread the message. Stay angry, stay mad. Join this battle, because the struggle for better healthcare is the moral urgency facing America today.
If you vote for and praise politicians like Paul Ryan who espouse the values of Ayn Rand it may be time to question, if in fact, you are a moral person. This goes double for those who identify as religious and view it as a central guiding force of morality.
Ayn Rand’s “philosophy” is nearly perfect in its immorality, which makes the size of her audience all the more ominous and symptomatic as we enter a curious new phase in our society….To justify and extol human greed and egotism is to my mind not only immoral, but evil.— Gore Vidal, 1961