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- Sep 30, 2011
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They don't have any policies. We have been waiting on that. They have some feel good crowd pleasing slogans. They have some stuff they stand for. Again. That's not policy. Policies have details. Watch what they do.The US will never be a Communist country. Ever. Neither the Democrats or the Republicans are interested in it. The Democratic party is right wing. The only reason that you would continue that line of reasoning is to politically demonize the other party.Depending on my station? Fuck off with that shit. Socialism isn't coming to the US. There must be an election around the corner--it's time for another Red Scare.Healthcare is only one component of socialism you should be concerned about. Maybe not even the most worrisome, depending on your station in life.My dad had was in the ER for 7 hours and then taken to a hospital 3 hours away.
That's in the States. So, let's cut the shit on the scare stories on "socialized" health care. The speed in which you can obtain certain types of surgeries in Canada depends on where you live. Canada is a mixture.
The ER in most hospitals here is usually overcrowded. There is no alternative after 6. Urgent Care places close about 8.
List all of the policies presented by Trumps opponents and tell me that socialism isn't being pushed aggressively.
America knows not what they are in for. It's already beginning with social media and public shaming which is destroying careers and lives.
I don't work for any party, I don't set their policies. Surely you've heard some of the policies being pushed, you can list them all from the Green New Deal to healthcare for all (including illegal citizens), to eliminating all student debt. Plenty more to list, all very costly, big government programs that hurt free market capitalism.
There is a debate today for the Dems, let's hear their policies. No one need demonize what others are openly presenting.
Look, now, see this?
The Massachusetts senator, who is the highest-polling Democrat on Wednesday’s stage, was asked about the growing economy under the Trump administration.
“It’s doing great for giant oil companies that want to drill everywhere,” Warren said. “Just not for the rest of us who are watching climate change bear down upon us. When you’ve got a government, when you’ve got an economy that does great for those with money, but isn’t doing great for everyone else, that is corruption, pure and simple.”
“We need to call it out, we need to attack it head on, and we need to make structural change in our government, in our economy, and in our country,” she added.
What did she say? Not a damn thing. Nothing. How about now?
Warren, de Blasio raise hands in support of scrapping private insurance
Warren and de Blasio were the only candidates on stage to raise their hands when asked if they were in favor of abolishing private insurance.
The two candidates represent the progressive wing of the party on Wednesday night’s stage, highlighting the divide in the Democratic Party on the issue.
Warren referred to health care as a “human right” when addressing the issue, while De Blasio went on the offensive against O’Rourke on the stage.
"Why are you defending private insurance?" De Blasio asked O’Rourke.
You are worried about nothing. You're at worst fear mongering.