"And I think the thing that is really hard for, for people to sometimes see is that, when we are on this path of a slow erosion and a slow, slow, slow just like move away from what we've always been, we'll be a hundred miles -- you'll, you know, you realize you won't even realize that you've drifted a hundred miles, so when someone's talking about our core -- it's like, Oh this is radical,' but this isn't radical. This is what we've always been. ~ AoC
"She is talking about ideas, not Americans ~ Zarnon."
Its not just ideas in the ether, without foundation and who has them.
She's talking about America, and where we are. She's trying to defend her "radical" ideas, by juxtaposing them to our current country, insinuating we are 10% from garbage.
"It's like, this like, it feels like, moderate is not a stance it's just an attitude toward life of like meh"
Which is to say America likes where it is, 10% from garbage.
#20 | POSTED BY ANDREAMACKRIS AT 2019-07-20 08:13 PM
Who has them? The GOP? Who's taking the taxpayer money as taxcuts? Who's not repatriating anything, regardless promises of money and jobs? Who's garbage ideas are we being undermined with year after year, parasitically extracting all wealth and expanding methods of mismanagement?
Medical aid for all. Education for all. Food, housing and employment aside, these two obvious trajectories to economic feasibility are turned into for-profit institutions where the disadvantaged remain so, never to compete with the obscenely wealthy and their alleged "inventors and creators" class. They are proving inferior in most regard, particularly preventing a dangerous precedent for equilibrium. Meaning your money has no value so long as there is no way to spend it.
This is the worse year for black home ownership yet. What sectors does this wonderful GOP economic boon go towards? It doesn't appear to have any benefit to those making under $40k, though I'm being conservative in my guesstimation, you can't get a home loan if you make that little. But with both kids working as well that does make having a mortgage that much more possible. School, not so much. Pick and choose your bootstraps, right?
People are being exploited in every conceivable manner and all you can do is state that we like going into debt for medical procedures that are provided free and instantly elsewhere, minimum wages haven't been rising in conjunction with taxation and other economic mechanisms for decades but we must compete with offshore competition making even less, and unless you are independently wealthy it's not possible to compete for a real education whatsoever so just fit into box A because slot C is closed to you.
Who pays you to twist so inelegantly?
I dig your savage ignorance. It smells of desperation with top notes of entitlement.