This should be the standard definition of a “real American”
After Years of Fearmongering Mythical Threat of Voter Fraud, GOP ‘Silence Now Deafening’ as Real Election Fraud Exposed in North Carolina
It’s only okay when our party does it – politics 101
“After years of insisting there’s rampant election fraud in North Carolina and accusing Democrats of indifference or complicity, there’s finally a case that looks like real, election-changing election fraud.”
“It just so happens that it’s alleged to have benefited a Republican,” Graham concluded. “Suddenly, the North Carolina GOP is less concerned about the effects of fraud.”
“There’s finally a case that looks like real, election-changing election fraud. It just so happens that it’s alleged to have benefited a Republican. Suddenly, the North Carolina GOP is less concerned about the effects of fraud.”
“If US politics were real, this would not be happening. If the Democratic Party were a real political party, a party which advances popular agendas in order to get its members elected to the government the way kids are taught in school, it would be on the cusp of a massive landslide of victories in both the House and the Senate, instead praying Hail Marys that they at least gain a slight advantage in the House.”
I haven’t been writing about the US midterms much, because I don’t care about that nonsense anymore. The whole thing’s a fake pro…
“One-third of all workers earn less than $12 an hour and 42% earn less than $15. That’s $24,960 and $31,200 a year. Imagine raising a family on such incomes, figuring in the cost of food, rent, childcare, car payments (since a car is often a necessity simply to get to a job in a country with inadequate public transportation), and medical costs.”
About 12% of Americans (43 million) are considered poor, and yet they are employed. They earn an individual income below $12,140 per year. If you add housing and medical expenses to the calculation, it raises the percentage of Americans living in poverty to 14%: 45 million people.
Eva Bermúdez Zimmerman for Connecticut is the real deal! 100% support for her here!
Eva is a tireless fighter for justice, and an organizer herself. She’s fighting for the working class, a $15 min wage, to tax the rich,the legalization of cannabis, and for both *tuition free public higher ed AND pre-K*
(if you can, volunteer at a polling place contact firstname.lastname@example.org)