The fact that 50 million Americans have no health insurance, 46 million Americans face food insecurity, 9.1% of Americans are unemployed, we're still in Afghanistan, the education system and infrastructure are jokes, we only a feeble patchwork of environmental regulations and the top 400 families pay an effective tax rate of only 17% but Congress actually spent time affirming that, "In God We Trust" is our national motto.
I'm disgusted about our congressmen (and women) who vote to waste money. Our state representatives vote to fill their coffers.
Standard citizens feel unempowered, but always have their vote.
Vote any moron who sends jobs out of the country out!
The state of our political system. Congress has really let us down, and the president is going to bypass the constitution get things done. The whole thing is very sad.
by Susan Reid6 years ago
Just read the revised (upward, of course) number of Americans without health insurance. I'm hoping someone here can explain to me how this is better than Obamacare?Seriously.The number of people lacking health...
by Susie Lehto8 months ago
Trey Gowdy posted this article link on Facebook minutes ago. It is the beginning of the end of Obamacare and a legacy.* http://thirdestatenewsgroup.com/breakin … d-to-know/The repeal legislation will go to...
by Kathryn L Hill17 months ago
"Make y o u r voice heard and VOTE !" Says K Rock! / 106.7 FM on recent get out and vote campaign ads. This radio station basically plays alternative rock geared toward the youth of the 90's...
by Dr Billy Kidd5 years ago
From several exchanges, I learned why some people are voting for Romney. It is because Romney will launch a war against Iran. Generally, it is said that Muslims will attack the U.S. again. And that Iran will use nukes,...
by John Harper5 years ago
Would be interested to see what comments folk make about this video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFxc67bL … n&NR=1Dr. Pim van Lommel is a cardiologist who has experienced many patients having near death...
by Petra Vlah5 years ago
According to the report, entitled "Cost of the Crisis", the financial and economic crisis cost Americans $12.8 trillion.The report also highlights the current impact to the U.S. economy, including:• ...
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