Senator Tom Cotton is a fascist POS. Tom, if you don’t want to hear from the people you’re supposed to represent, please cease and desist from being a Senator.
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While there are many motivators for candidates – there’s usually just one that truly drives them.
For me, it’s making sure that the working class has one of their own seated at the table.
I’m running for the U.S. Senate because California deserves a true progressive who is unbeholden to corporate special interests and big money politics.
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“In many ways, Cotton is the GOP foreign policy equivalent of House Speaker Paul Ryan: disingenuous, ignorant, and out of his depth, yet feted by the D.C. press corps as a Very Serious Person”
The Republican senator has built credentials around the same worldview he had as a young man. Don’t be fooled.
“How can we afford universal healthcare?!” – answer – stop giving money away to war profiteers
“The debacle unfortunately has a depressingly familiar ring. In 2014, after spending $486 million on 20 planes for the Afghan Air Force — which, yes, were never able to fly — the Pentagon sold most of them as scrap metal for a whopping 6 cents a pound. The total sale was $32,000.”
The U.S. military “wasted” nearly $65 million on a single inoperable plane that spent years resting on jacks in a warehouse and didn’t manage even one flight in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense inspector general recently reported.
Larry Sanders on the BBC, defending his brother, Senator Bernie Sanders, from the accusations made against him in Hillary Clinton’s new book, ‘What Happened’.
Outstandingly awful interviewers.