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how do you feel about your soc security ...you know the fund you paid into for most of your life...
could this be any more unamerican and of course it is the gop

vote blue
 
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how do you feel about your soc security ...you know the fund you paid into for most of your life...
could this be any more unamerican and of course it is the gop

vote blue

That's ridiculous bullshit propaganda. There is nothing in Project 2025 that's going to eliminate Social Security for the elderly and disabled.

:laughing0301:
 
Project 2025 – the fascist right’s blueprint to codify fascism in America.
Democrats don't need a blueprint, just to keep doing what they've been doing.

You know, like mandating millions take mystery shots from Big Pharma companies? Fascism.

Make people wear masks and "social distance" all the time? Fascism.

Force businesses where people gather to close? Fascism.

That's Fascism, fucktard. :rolleyes-41:

That was one giant leap towards The Matrix.
 
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Debunking Each Claim​

End no-fault divorce​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. Conservative platforms have debated family structure, but there is no explicit policy proposal from Project 2025 to end no-fault divorce.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Complete ban on abortions without exceptions​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for pro-life policies, but the specific call for a complete ban on abortions without exceptions is not documented in the project materials.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Ban contraceptives​

  • Accuracy: There is no evidence that Project 2025 includes a policy to ban contraceptives. Conservative platforms typically focus on restricting abortion rather than contraceptives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Additional tax breaks for corporations and the 1%​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for tax reforms that could benefit corporations and high-income individuals, but it emphasizes overall economic growth and simplification of the tax code.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Higher taxes for the working class​

  • Accuracy: This claim is misleading. Project 2025 focuses on tax cuts and reforms across the board, not specifically raising taxes on the working class.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Elimination of unions and worker protections​

  • Accuracy: While the project advocates for reducing regulations that could affect unions, there is no explicit call to eliminate unions entirely.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Labor Policy

Raise the retirement age​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. However, discussions about entitlement reforms often include raising the retirement age.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Cut Social Security​

Cut Medicare​

End the Affordable Care Act​

Raise prescription drug prices​

  • Accuracy: There is no specific policy in Project 2025 to raise prescription drug prices. The project advocates for market-based solutions to healthcare.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Health Care Policy

Eliminate the Department of Education​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does propose significant reductions in the role of the Department of Education, favoring local and state control over education.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Use public, taxpayer money for private religious schools​

Teach Christian religious beliefs in public schools​

End free and discounted school lunch programs​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not supported by Project 2025 documentation. The project focuses on broader education reforms rather than specific programs like school lunches.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

End civil rights & DEI protections in government​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 calls for changes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies, but not an outright end to civil rights protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Civil Rights Policy

Ban African American and gender studies in all levels of education​

Ban books and curriculum about slavery​

  • Accuracy: There is no policy in Project 2025 to ban books or curriculum about slavery. It advocates for educational content that aligns with certain historical perspectives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Ending climate protections​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 advocates for reducing regulations and promoting energy independence, which could impact climate protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Energy Policy

Increase Arctic drilling​

Deregulate big business and the oil industry​

Promote and expedite capital punishment​

End marriage equality​

Condemn single mothers while promoting only “traditional families”​

Defund the FBI and Homeland Security​

Use the military to break up domestic protests​

Mass deportation of immigrants and incarceration in “camps”​

  • Accuracy: The project calls for stricter immigration enforcement but does not explicitly advocate for mass deportation and incarceration in camps.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Immigration Policy

End birthright citizenship​

Ban Muslims from entering the country​

Eliminates federal agencies like the FDA, EPA, NOAA, and more​

 
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how do you feel about your soc security ...you know the fund you paid into for most of your life...
could this be any more unamerican and of course it is the gop

vote blue
The last line about Commie-Barrett and Kavanaugh is a woot. Those two are hardly “extreme rightwing”, half the time those dolts side with the libtards.

“Project 2025” is the newest boogie man the left has to come up with to whip up their base, because Joe Biden sure as hell isn’t going to whip up the base.
 

Debunking Each Claim​

End no-fault divorce​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. Conservative platforms have debated family structure, but there is no explicit policy proposal from Project 2025 to end no-fault divorce.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Complete ban on abortions without exceptions​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for pro-life policies, but the specific call for a complete ban on abortions without exceptions is not documented in the project materials.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Ban contraceptives​

  • Accuracy: There is no evidence that Project 2025 includes a policy to ban contraceptives. Conservative platforms typically focus on restricting abortion rather than contraceptives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Additional tax breaks for corporations and the 1%​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for tax reforms that could benefit corporations and high-income individuals, but it emphasizes overall economic growth and simplification of the tax code.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Higher taxes for the working class​

  • Accuracy: This claim is misleading. Project 2025 focuses on tax cuts and reforms across the board, not specifically raising taxes on the working class.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Elimination of unions and worker protections​

  • Accuracy: While the project advocates for reducing regulations that could affect unions, there is no explicit call to eliminate unions entirely.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Labor Policy

Raise the retirement age​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. However, discussions about entitlement reforms often include raising the retirement age.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Cut Social Security​

Cut Medicare​

End the Affordable Care Act​

Raise prescription drug prices​

  • Accuracy: There is no specific policy in Project 2025 to raise prescription drug prices. The project advocates for market-based solutions to healthcare.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Health Care Policy

Eliminate the Department of Education​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does propose significant reductions in the role of the Department of Education, favoring local and state control over education.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Use public, taxpayer money for private religious schools​

Teach Christian religious beliefs in public schools​

End free and discounted school lunch programs​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not supported by Project 2025 documentation. The project focuses on broader education reforms rather than specific programs like school lunches.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

End civil rights & DEI protections in government​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 calls for changes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies, but not an outright end to civil rights protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Civil Rights Policy

Ban African American and gender studies in all levels of education​

Ban books and curriculum about slavery​

  • Accuracy: There is no policy in Project 2025 to ban books or curriculum about slavery. It advocates for educational content that aligns with certain historical perspectives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Ending climate protections​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 advocates for reducing regulations and promoting energy independence, which could impact climate protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Energy Policy

Increase Arctic drilling​

Deregulate big business and the oil industry​

Promote and expedite capital punishment​

End marriage equality​

Condemn single mothers while promoting only “traditional families”​

Defund the FBI and Homeland Security​

Use the military to break up domestic protests​

Mass deportation of immigrants and incarceration in “camps”​

  • Accuracy: The project calls for stricter immigration enforcement but does not explicitly advocate for mass deportation and incarceration in camps.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Immigration Policy

End birthright citizenship​

Ban Muslims from entering the country​

Eliminates federal agencies like the FDA, EPA, NOAA, and more​

……..and that’s /thread
 
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how do you feel about your soc security ...you know the fund you paid into for most of your life...
could this be any more unamerican and of course it is the gop

vote blue
Why do we see HIV/AIDS commercials for medications and more on TV? Wha tis the total local, city, state, regional and federal outlays for HIV/AIDS from the taxpayers? What are the hidden costs in any person paying for medical insurance for HIV/AIDS? And why do we have this if relationships from same sex in any way is normal? Answer me. Tell me why. I want to understand. Hundreds of billions of dollars a year spent on this means this is a plague. A plague to end humanity if we keep this up. There is no malice in this. Something is wrong like something else is in control of sanity.
 
That's ridiculous bullshit propaganda. There is nothing in Project 2025 that's going to eliminate Social Security for the elderly and disabled.

Still, I wish the GOP would learn from democrats and quit showing their hand and arming the left with info! The GOP always lay out every detail of their plans just in time for democrats to pick it apart and build it into a threat to be campaigned against, like Trump bragging that HE ended RvW. He did not, the SC did, and neither took away a woman's right to choose, they merely moved the decision to the 50 states for each of them to decide how to handle it!

Meanwhile, the DNC tells little of its actual plans--- was anything Joe has done these past four years actually part of his 2020 campaign he ran on? At best, whatever they talk about is mostly aimed at the GOP and why they must not get into office, then anything they speak of themselves is either total misdirection or half-truths, because if the Left actually spelled out their real intentions in B&W, they would never win any election.
 

Debunking Each Claim​

End no-fault divorce​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. Conservative platforms have debated family structure, but there is no explicit policy proposal from Project 2025 to end no-fault divorce.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Complete ban on abortions without exceptions​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for pro-life policies, but the specific call for a complete ban on abortions without exceptions is not documented in the project materials.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Ban contraceptives​

  • Accuracy: There is no evidence that Project 2025 includes a policy to ban contraceptives. Conservative platforms typically focus on restricting abortion rather than contraceptives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Project 2025 Overview

Additional tax breaks for corporations and the 1%​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does advocate for tax reforms that could benefit corporations and high-income individuals, but it emphasizes overall economic growth and simplification of the tax code.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Higher taxes for the working class​

  • Accuracy: This claim is misleading. Project 2025 focuses on tax cuts and reforms across the board, not specifically raising taxes on the working class.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Elimination of unions and worker protections​

  • Accuracy: While the project advocates for reducing regulations that could affect unions, there is no explicit call to eliminate unions entirely.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Labor Policy

Raise the retirement age​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not directly supported by Project 2025 documentation. However, discussions about entitlement reforms often include raising the retirement age.
  • Source: Mandate for Leadership

Cut Social Security​

Cut Medicare​

End the Affordable Care Act​

Raise prescription drug prices​

  • Accuracy: There is no specific policy in Project 2025 to raise prescription drug prices. The project advocates for market-based solutions to healthcare.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Health Care Policy

Eliminate the Department of Education​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 does propose significant reductions in the role of the Department of Education, favoring local and state control over education.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Use public, taxpayer money for private religious schools​

Teach Christian religious beliefs in public schools​

End free and discounted school lunch programs​

  • Accuracy: This claim is not supported by Project 2025 documentation. The project focuses on broader education reforms rather than specific programs like school lunches.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

End civil rights & DEI protections in government​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 calls for changes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies, but not an outright end to civil rights protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Civil Rights Policy

Ban African American and gender studies in all levels of education​

Ban books and curriculum about slavery​

  • Accuracy: There is no policy in Project 2025 to ban books or curriculum about slavery. It advocates for educational content that aligns with certain historical perspectives.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Education Policy

Ending climate protections​

  • Accuracy: Project 2025 advocates for reducing regulations and promoting energy independence, which could impact climate protections.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Energy Policy

Increase Arctic drilling​

Deregulate big business and the oil industry​

Promote and expedite capital punishment​

End marriage equality​

Condemn single mothers while promoting only “traditional families”​

Defund the FBI and Homeland Security​

Use the military to break up domestic protests​

Mass deportation of immigrants and incarceration in “camps”​

  • Accuracy: The project calls for stricter immigration enforcement but does not explicitly advocate for mass deportation and incarceration in camps.
  • Source: Heritage Foundation Immigration Policy

End birthright citizenship​

Ban Muslims from entering the country​

Eliminates federal agencies like the FDA, EPA, NOAA, and more​

The Spin Begins
 
The last line about Commie-Barrett and Kavanaugh is a woot. Those two are hardly “extreme rightwing”, half the time those dolts side with the libtards.

“Project 2025” is the newest boogie man the left has to come up with to whip up their base, because Joe Biden sure as hell isn’t going to whip up the base.
This is at least the 3rd thread on this in the last 48 hours....It's like they all got the same e-mail blast from moonbat HQ.
 
What I would do is let more illegals in so Joe can hand em your money and your house if they find you not home
 
Democrats don't need a blueprint, just to keep doing what they've been doing.

You know, like mandating millions take mystery shots from Big Pharma companies? Fascism.

Make people wear masks and "social distance" all the time? Fascism.

Force businesses where people gather to close? Fascism.

That's Fascism, fucktard. :rolleyes-41:

That was one giant leap towards The Matrix.
Project 2025 is consistent with the fascist right’s advocacy of unitary executive dogma – the all-powerful president acting as despot and dictator unchecked by Congress or the courts.
 

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