You know phrases that we repeat continually are our common knowledge-they give an indication of our culture. In the article “The Phrase “Share and Share Alike,” or Some Variant of It, is Universal Because of Its Importance. How Can the GOP Run Counter to that Adage that We All Have in Our Subconscious Minds?” we show that our culture wants to give every individual a fair chance to succeed, but that the GOP is against the 99%.
The GOP is attacking the 99% when it attacks the Affordable Care Act and they are selling us a bill of goods as unctuous as the worst dealings you endured at the hands of a used car salesman.
If a family can’t afford health care they are ruined. The bills run up too rapidly and the formerly loving members begin to hate each other as they can’t afford food, clothing and survival. On the one hand the GOP is always trotting out how they are all for family values while they are simultaneously ruining their economic ability to exist.
I worked in Child Welfare and one of the first things you look for when you are trying to determine if there is neglect or abuse of children is family income.
Remember the line in the song “Right between the eyes” that says “a man’s a man who looks a man right between the eyes”? When is the last time one GOP operative has said one truthful word about their goals to replace and repeal Obamacare?
The article “Tim Huelskamp Explains Why 42nd House Vote To Repeal Obamacare Will Be Better Than The Previous 41” explains that the GOP is trying every tactic at their disposal to shaft the 99%.
They have so much practice at it. You’d think their presentation would be smooth, but every time one of them starts prevaricating about their health care plans–try as they might, they start hemming and hawing and squirming and looking at their shoes.
The article “The next health-care debate” amplifies how enrollment in the Affordable Care Act is skyrocketing and how the GOP is trying to repeal every program that benefits the 99% and they have the deep pocketed Koch brothers bankrolling their treachery. The article illustrates how federal government programs are required because charitable institutions historical fail.
The GOP villainy against the 99% has been going on for generations as the article “For Generations GOP Candidates Have Used Pretty Phrases Such as “compassionate Conservatism” to Hide Their Vile Policies” illustrates.
I can see Bush 41 saying to 43 I’ll raise your “Compassionate conservative” and see your “Thousand points of lights” in a card game aimed at shafting the 99%!.
The GOP have simply not been honest brokers regarding our social safety net. The GOP is deep into the Koch brother’s pockets and every one knows they will devise methods to help the top 1% solely.