It is time for Democrats get back to the basics. We all know what this means: war accountability, national healthcare, affordable quality education, banking regulation, the environment, and fair elections.
Under Trump, Secretary of State James Mattis and National Security Advisor John Bolton are headed in the wrong direction. But things could get worse. The real change we need, beyond Mattis and Trump, is peace.
Americans are so in love with capitalism that the average person is being screwed. We think only the Robber Barons in this kleptocracy should share in our vast oil and natural gas wealth.
In my estimation, since I live near Chicago, he’s been more favorable to the affluent that to the poor even though he’s thrown a few bones to the poor. For me, he’s still a corporate democrat and Bernie is still the man to run.
Venezuela has truly faced the consequences of being a socialist country in a world that a fascist United States loves to dominate. Venezuela has huge oil reserves that the US plans on controlling.
As it sits now, the mess of healthcare in the US has left the average citizen shell-shocked from a series of ongoing abuses designed into the current system. Many have come to see a true solution as beyond reach.
Democrats don’t have it easy. It’s so much easier to sell the conservative and Republican idea, the have it your way, the ‘all about you’ philosophy. It is just fun to join a quest of self indulgence and the destruction of compassion.
The problem with America is Wall Street-style heartless capitalism where the guys at the top love only money, worship greed, and don’t care how it affects you and I. That’s just the way it is. Profit without conscience is the credo.
Are you ready to go to war again? Trump has been talking about war with Iran the way George Bush talked about war with Iraq before and after his disastrous invasion.
I deeply respect and acknowledge what Black Lives Matter is doing. They are current to the cause. God bless them. They are the only voices out there that are really in the thick of it and trying to bring justice to the underserved.