Leisher wrote:Source of the post Not only that, but how can a socialist be called a progressive?
1) Progressive sounds better.
2) People want socialism. A lot of people have not done well in the past 30 years in the US.
TheCatt wrote:Source of the post 1) Progressive sounds better.
TheCatt wrote:Source of the post 2) People want socialism. A lot of people have not done well in the past 30 years in the US.
Leisher wrote:Source of the post No, how can someone being a socialist equal being progressive. Socialism would be a backwards step.
Leisher wrote:Source of the post So because they're ignorant and/or lazy we have to drag the rest of the country down to their standards?
if you haven't done even a small bit of research on the political system you're begging for, then you are indeed ignorant and lazy.
GORDON wrote:Source of the post "I want free money.". Core beliefs of.most socialists.
TheCatt wrote:I read something about a year ago, that basically said within the US, most wealth generation has gone to the upper class (duh). But, more interesting was that worldwide, a lot of wealth generation had gone to developing economies, building wealthy and middle classes in those countries. Wealth that prior to the 80s was going to the middle class in the developed economies. So they've benefited at the expense of many Americans.
TheCatt wrote:Source of the postGORDON wrote:Source of the post "I want free money.". Core beliefs of.most socialists.
I support free public education, and cheap/nearly free post-secondary education. I'm close to universal healthcare as well, since ours is such a disaster. I think people should get a relatively equal start in life.
GORDON wrote:Source of the post
I don't like the complete divorce of consequences, from actions, that we've achieved. Bad decisions have been handwaved away as bad luck, or worse, "It wasn't fair."
Leisher wrote:Source of the post Sanders wants Amazon and others to pay for their workers' government assistance.
It's a fine concept in theory, but the problem is that they're going to pass those costs onto consumers.
TheCatt wrote:Source of the post
I support higher minimum wages. Better than government programs.
So sick of that bullshit "BigCorp" should pay their employee's public assistance bullshit. I say, quite trying to raise and support a family while holding a job you should have moved on from after you graduated high school and got marketable skills. Oh wait. You chose to not get an education or a skill. Well dumb ass. Not sure why you thought you'd be able to support yourself with a minimum wage job. Here. Let everyone else support you. You just keep being a dumbass.
Vince wrote:Source of the post This seems like it should be getting more coverage.
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