This Democrat leaned into the question on Medicare for All and Socialism. In effect, he is saying to Republicans, “Bring it on.”
Do not buy the continued Republican lies about jobs or having to cut the social safety net, Social Security and Medicare. The solution is easy.
A party that continues to take away from the many to give to the few must not win. That is the current Republican policy on Medicare, Social Security, and healthcare.
You cannot give away trillions of dollars to rich people, create a huge budget deficit, and credibly claim you won’t adversely affect Medicare.
If you are on or will be on Social Security, Medicare, or any social program, your vote in November will determine if you are likely to have it in the form you need it.
Americans must not be fooled about a deficit created by Republicans to fund a transfer of your money to the wealthy. Now they want your Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
George Will hits the nail on the head as he points out the reality of where the Trumpcare debate stands and a few other realities.
Joy-ann Reid used GOP Medicare privatization’s stark parallel to the 2004 Republican attempt to privatize social security & the 2006 electoral outcome for Democrats.
Today’s post-election media coverage is about Trump naming Steve Bannon, a white supremacist, to as his chief strategist. It’s a bait & switch.
Sadly some of the best and most accurate news we get come from those that do not have a large enough platform to move minds en masse. Magnify his reach.