Sunday, November 5, 2017

Why We Need To Ditch The DNC For Next Year's Midterm

Given the bombshell revelation by Donna Brazille about The Democrats rigging the primaries last year, it's more of a reason to go around the DNC for the midterms next year. That deal they made with Hillary Clinton in 2015 about giving her complete control of their primary process was shameful and shortsighted. Granted the party was in terrible debt after Barack Obama's re-election back in 2012, but that was no excuse to sell their moral compass to a candidate who was so universally disliked and was being investigated for possible treason, via the Espianoge Act, in addition to various other crimes. Additionally, that was no reason to carry out a new wave of McCarthyism following Hillary's loss to Donald Trump.

However, the biggest reason to ditch the DNC is that it's clearly lost touch with the progressive grassroots and the country as a whole. That's why for our purposes it's better to go through Our Revolution. The DNC will never listen to us progressives, and would rather let themselves be steamrolled by the GOP than to concede that we're right on the merits. We can thank Donna Brazille for making our point for us, and many others who have bravely come forward to put an end to the Clinton Dynasty's holding us hostage.

What Next Year Holds In Terms Of Healthcare, Taxes, Et Al.

By all means are we going to see the collapse of what's left of our restored economy next year, and won't get it back again in our lifetimes should the GOP get its way with "Tax Reform." It's made even more aggrivating that the Vice President told Congressional Republicans and their billionaire donors to move quickly to bully the American electorate into supporting this nakedly upward transfer of wealth. How this connects to health care is that there's a complete scrapping of all American's ability to write off medical expenses for tax purposes. That's an additional tax that approximately 90-100% of the people cannot afford. Raising taxes on the poor to subsidize the rich is the most ass-backward approach to retaining a sustainable economy.

Do yourselves a massive favor by using this link to contact your Senators and Representatives in Congress (especially if they're Republicans) and tell them to ditch this plan fast: https://whoismyrepresentative.com/. I can't stress this enough, as it's not right nor sustainable.

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