Category Archives: GOP

Politicians are cowards. More than that, they are cowardly followers. So are we.

I recently received this in an email from a friend. Brilliant! Anger is the only way. You have won me over.  This is America.  American’s respond emotionally.  We have to rile them up against the right.  But if Democrats aren’t … Continue reading

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10 States With Lowest Uninsured Rates Post-ACA

While the uninsured rate has dropped to a record low of 13.4% nationwide, according to Gallup figures, rates differ dramatically across states. Here are the top 10 states with the best uninsured rates in the aftermath of health care reform … Continue reading

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Stop Beating a Dead Fox

The conservative news channel’s only real power is in riling up liberals, who by this point should know better. Source: nymag.com I missed this in January. I’m so glad I found it. Thanks to the facts presented here, I’m going … Continue reading

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You Could Say That a Vote for Republicans is a Vote For More Guns

Statistically, you’re most likely to be a gun owner if you’re an older, white, conservative, married, Southern man. Know what else you’re more likely to be? Republican, especially a conservative Republican.   Why is that? Is it really grown men … Continue reading

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You Could Say That a Vote for Republicans is a Vote Against American Jobs

If you’re like me, you may have little to no understanding or appreciation for something called the Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank. The Pittsburgh Business Times published a good article today titled, Roderick, NAM urge action on Export-Import Bank. I recommend reading … Continue reading

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To All Women: A Vote for the GOP is a Vote Against Yourself

To all the women in America: We are all counting on each and every one of you to get out and vote this November and to turn every state and DC in your favor. That means, of course, as far … Continue reading

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When Will Poor, Working, and Middle Class Learn That the #GOP is Not Their Party?

The Great Depression was the direct result of the Gilded Age, a time when banks, corporations, and the men (were there any women or people of color in power then?) of wealth of power had government by the balls, treated … Continue reading

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A Debate About Minimum Wage: Who Are We Kidding?

News flash: The Republicans are still doing everything they can to self-destruct and to take the middle class, the working poor, and the poor with them. Oh, and they’re taking those Americans who have been completely duped by their message … Continue reading

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Who Are the Koch Brothers and What Do They Want? – YouTube

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst Sen. Sanders talks with Joy Ann Reid on MSNBC about his Huffington Post column on the Koch brothers. Read the article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rep… Greg Russak‘s insight: The more dangerous and extreme Libertarian ideals of the … Continue reading

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Republicans have a major demographic problem. And it’s only going to get worse.

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst 2016 will be a tough election for the GOP to win. 2024 might be impossible. Greg Russak‘s insight: Writing at Commentary magazine on Monday, former Bush Administration official Pete Wehner concludes:   It’s an undeniable … Continue reading

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