Progressives eye top economic posts in potential Biden cabinet

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.
 
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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.

Yeah, I mean, how can you go wrong with socialism?
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His Cabinet is going to be a dandy!

Surely Ms. Hillary will get a place.

And will Mr. Holder be coming back?

And don't forget the Rev. Mr. Sharpton.
 
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His Cabinet is going to be a dandy!

Surely Ms. Hillary will get a place.

And will Mr. Holder be coming back?

And don't forget the Rev. Mr. Sharpton.
It will be like Halloween, candy and treats for everyone!
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.

Yeah, I mean, how can you go wrong with socialism?View attachment 408677
I dont see any socialists there. They look like commies to me.
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.

Yeah, I mean, how can you go wrong with socialism?View attachment 408677
I dont see any socialists there. They look like commies to me.
Commies/socialists....not a heck of a lot of difference.
 

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The people holding the current House leadership positions should be an indication of how effed up a Biden cabinet would be. When you mix Schiff, Watters, Nadler, Pelosi and Schumer with new radicals like Beto, Pocahontas, Sanders and AOC, bad things will happen. This is why we must stick with Trumpy and Republican legislators. This country depends on it.
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.
Name a socialist country that has been successful ?
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.
Name a socialist country that has been successful ?
I can name one nation that will never be socialist.
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.
Name a socialist country that has been successful ?
The US does ok.
 

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As Election Day draws near there are rumors swirling about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for example, is vying for the U.S. Treasury Secretary position, according to a Politico report.

While running for president, Warren centered her campaign on fighting corporate greed and breaking up some of the country’s largest companies – like Amazon – which progressives often characterize as anticompetitive monopolies. She has also been vocal about the need to raise taxes on the rich and proposed a wealth tax to break up family fortunes.

One lawmaker who is even more progressive than Warren, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is also in the running for a cabinet post.

As previously reported by Fox News, sources close to Sanders said he has interest in serving as Labor Secretary.
That sounds very positive. Lets hope that they take that direction.
Name a socialist country that has been successful ?
The US does ok.
You really do not know what socialism is do you ?
 

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