All you politicians who have left Washington to go home and “Campaign” ought to return to Washington and work on the really serious problems facing your constituents. You could work on like:
rampant institutional racism,
universal health care (any universal health care for a start),
climate change etc.
If you actually worked for your constituents, your actions would be your reason for being re-elected.
It’s embarassing to see you all running around and pandering to the PACs. If you did your job you wouldn’t need to spend all your time groveling for donations.
DO YOUR JOB!
It should be evident to even the Trumpsters that what the Republicans want is for the elderly (who are on Social Security. Medicare or Disability ) and the working poor (who are on Medicaid) and people of color (who are dispropornately affeced) to die. How can I charge that?
Why is he holding back on testing?
Why else would he want he elderly to attend his pep-rallys?
Why would he want to curtail testing?
Why isn”t his administration seeing that there are adequate medical protections for our health care workers?
Why does FEMA send “junk” to the providers in nursing homes?
Why has he silenced the CDC?
WHY ARE THE REPUBLICANS SAYING OR DOING NOTHING?
The death of these non-one percenters are the only hope this president and his Senators have of gettng elected.
At the same time, their deaths would decrease payments for Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid freeing up mney to dealwith the exploding debt they created with their first stimulus to the one percent.
DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU!
THE WEARING OF THE MASK!
DON’T YOU CARE ABOUT ME AND MINE?
Recently someone argued that what we were experiencing with the current protests related to George Floyd’s murder, discrimination against people of color and the poor signaled the end of our democratic republic. They cited the old saw that no government has lasted more than a few hundred years.
I must remind them that there is a difference. Our democracy has always presented itself as dream based on ideals set forth in our founding documents. That we, as a people, have dedicated ourselves to achieve those ideals.
None of the previous societies/civilizations/governments were founded on these ideals. We suffer unrest because we have dedicated ourselves towards achieving those goals; not because we are failing, but because we are still trying.
We, and the founding fathers realized that we will probably never have a perfect union because times and societies change. That does not mean that we should give up the quest for “a more perfect union”. But rather, that we should continue that quest realizing that only in doing so will we survive as people and as a nation.
Trump After letting the Covid 19 kill hundreds of thousands of Americans won’t need the Ocean to feed Americans