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INSTEAD OF DISCUSSING THE ISSUES SUCH AS THESE!!!!!!!

 

Why wasn't Clinton going after tax dollar loopholes as a senator as in driving the house leadership to get on with it?

 

24/7 SUPPORT FOR THE DEREGULATED LENDING INDUSTRY THAT BILL CLINTON PUSHED THROUGH!

 

24/7 support for the now fraudulent student loan industry.

 

A 24/7 WAR FOR OIL CONTROL.

 

A war on women.

 

A war on the economy.

 

A war on USA jobs.

 

A war on voters rights.

 

A war on public education.

 

A war on medicare.

 

A war on Medicaid.

 

A war on Social Security.

 

At the federal and state levels of government as we speak.

 

Voter Suppression is a problem that some are suggesting is being effective. Don't underestimate these white collar criminals.

 

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You omitted debt

 

 

Spending

 

 

Va healthcare

 

 

 

Taxes

 

 

be more specific please....

 

Clinton and Trump have reduced the campaign to bullshit talk .....

Let's keep the issues on the table and get rid of this sex talk !!!! It has become more about sensationalism in the news and less about the issues.

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Are you saying Hillary is waging war on the issues you listed? I'm confused

 

 

I'm saying neither Clinton nor Trump are devoting any substance to the nations issues - both are grandstanding. And party leadership does not seem to

give a shit.

 

As for VA care conservatives on both sides of the aisle have fucked over VA care by defunding the same that is happening to public education.

 

The nation will never be without debt and never has been. HOWEVER it is reckless as hell to be building debt through war instead of investing in

USA jobs. The big banks are making a fortune funding 24/7 war as we taxpayers guarantee the big banks big profits.

 

The nations debt and spending can never be managed like a private business because the variables are so great.

 

Taxes don't have to be evil again it depends on how taxes are spent. 24/7 war for oil control is unacceptable spending. Subsidies going to wealthy industries is extremely

reckless spending. ETC ETC ETC.

 

HOWEVER providing single payer insurance would be smart spending because that is spending on all of the taxpayers thus keeping the work force healthy

and keeping health care costs reined in. Disabled Veterans would be far better off with single payer insurance because it would provide care immediately instead

of waiting for capitol hill to declare their injuries as eligible for coverage. Not only that their families would be receiving health care without worry after all a vet with

50% or more disability can have problems with employment not to mention a fair wage.

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INSTEAD OF DISCUSSING THE ISSUES SUCH AS THESE!!!!!!!

 

Why wasn't Clinton going after tax dollar loopholes as a senator as in driving the house leadership to get on with it?

 

24/7 SUPPORT FOR THE DEREGULATED LENDING INDUSTRY THAT BILL CLINTON PUSHED THROUGH!

 

24/7 support for the now fraudulent student loan industry.

 

A 24/7 WAR FOR OIL CONTROL.

 

A war on women.

 

A war on the economy.

 

A war on USA jobs.

 

A war on voters rights.

 

A war on public education.

 

A war on medicare.

 

A war on Medicaid.

 

A war on Social Security.

 

At the federal and state levels of government as we speak.

 

Voter Suppression is a problem that some are suggesting is being effective. Don't underestimate these white collar criminals.

 

Didn't reduce, exposed. Same as your candidates are doing since they don't try to fix where humanity lost track of the self evident either.

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Hillary is going to give free stuff who will pay is it sustainable?

 

Hillary will give no free stuff ...... she's a conservative who finds a way to make the middle class pay up for everyone.....yes even cover the cost of tax breaks.

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Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for President of the United States, promises a Manhattan-project jobs program that would ignite our economy, repair our crumbling infrastructure, and put the US in the lead at the forefront of the world’s newest and hottest technologies.

She will put forward the health care policy most of us wanted in 2009: the public option, effectively Medicare for everyone. She will withdraw our troops out of Afghanistan and implement the advice George Washington gave in his farewell address: “The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign nations, is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible.”

Jill Stein will bring to the table a demand for an equitable tax system, not one in which the wealthy pay too little and we the 99% have to close schools, fire police, and shutter fire stations to make up the difference. Climate change and food security are at the top of her agenda, as is getting the money out of politics.

A Jill Stein presidency will herald the liberation of a democracy currently hijacked by wealthy Americans like the Koch brothers and by corporate banksters like Lloyd Blankfein the CEO of Goldman Sachs.

From the perspective of those of us in the 99%, the only plausible reason to fail to vote for Jill Stein is that voting for her will take votes away from Clinton Let me explain why this fails to show that we should not vote for Jill Stein.

 

My explanation requires we distinguish the significant issues that affect all of us in the 99% from those issues that divide us. Some of the issues that unite us include the need for jobs, a vibrant economy, accessible health care for all, a fair tax policy, a democracy in which we have a voice, security from foreign threats, and an environment that will allow us to live healthily as well as allow our children and grandchildren to live healthily after us.

The emotionally inflammatory issues that divide us are promulgated by the media, politicians, and even some religious leaders. These red herring issues draw us away from the basic issues that unite us: our economy and a vibrant democracy

 

http://www.counterpunch.org/2012/08/24/jill-stein-and-the-99-percent/

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Voters should learn

 

VOTERS should have learned a lesson which is the republican party is not the same and is not fiscally responsible and has not been for about 37 years.

 

Fiscally Responsible Republicans may want to hold their noses and vote democrat and Green Party which is the fiscally smart choice. Why? The old school fiscally responsible republican party is dead.

 

The Koch/ALEC Dynasty wages war against republicans and democrats who appear not to do as told which means big dollars are being spent to replace them with bogus representatives.

 

Never forget it is this bogus GOP led by libertarian right wing politicians that has effectively rendered the USA bankrupt.

 

NOT reinstating the ALEC tax cuts should not require a lot of thinking. It will however require a ton of backbone and truck loads of ethical stamina.

 

Next session reward middle class, real republicans and democrats for the pain and suffering extended to them by Koch dollars,the American Legislative Exchange Council,The Democratic Council as in the Clintons and associated sheep.

 

Fully fund public education instead of totally destroying this most effective institution.

 

Then cut sales taxes on the following in all states:

 

--- school supplies from kindergarten – college graduation

--- clothing

--- shoes

--- groceries

--- all healthcare related purchases

 

Privatization is evil and steals our tax dollars!!!

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