Mr. Grimes yet again uses his column (“A conventional opinion,” Aug. 28) for, what has become for him, a ritualistic bashing of progressives in general and democrats in particular. This is neither surprising nor interesting.

But I did find the following sentence that Mr. Grimes used interesting and telling. The sentence is: “Among the destinations: ‘a mass people’s movement working to establish … guaranteed health care, higher education, living wages, and labor rights … repair the wounds of racial injustice, colonization, misogyny, and homophobia, and to build re-imagined systems of immigration …’ (The ellipses are Mr. Grimes’.)Mr. Grimes dismisses these goals as “lofty leftist lingo”.

Are we, his readers, then to infer that the right, or the GOP, is against guaranteed health care, higher education, living wages and labor rights? And further that the right, or GOP, is against (the) repair of the wounds of racial injustice, and of colonization and re-imagined systems of immigration and for misogyny, and homophobia?

Is this Mr. Grimes intent? And he wonders why Americans are divided politically and socially.

Bob Lauer

Frederick

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phydeaux994

When do the RRR(RadicalRightRepublicans)/BTT(BullyTagTeam) begin to CARE??

MRS M

Never, phydeaux. Sorry. Recall the definition of a cult: Those having misplaced or excessive admiration, veneration or devotion to a person regarded by others as strange, sinister and dangerous. And, as in the case of Donald Trump, endangering America, it's citizens' safety, and the rule of law. A real, honest-to-goodness Jim Jones freakin' killer.

phydeaux994

DONALD JOHN TRUMP KNEW!!! How many lives? How many businesses and jobs? How many LIES???? DONALD JOHN TRUMP KNEW!!!😢But he didn’t want to start a PANIC. Just DEATH and DESTRUCTION!! DONALD JOHN TRUMP KNEW!!?

Greg F

More utter corruption, lies and falsehoods from trump. Add this to the list of what Bosco and CD-read only will never read or believe no matter who exposes it https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/09/politics/dhs-whistleblower-white-supremacist-threat/index.html

MRS M

Thanks Mr. Lauer; YES, OF COURSE, the question you pose is rhetorical, correct? We only need to look at the words and actions of the GOP to see proof that the " Right", and the GOP, are "against guaranteed health care, higher education, living wages and labor rights? And yes, " that the right, or the GOP, is against (the) repair of the wounds of racial injustice, and of colonization and re-imagined systems of immigration... and for misogyny, and homophobia"?

Actions, or inaction, speak louder than words, in most cases.. Remember "trickle down economics"? How about "compassionate Conservatism". Or fine Republican standard-bearer Trump's references to the "sh*twhole" cities of America, the assaulting of women because "he can", and his references to the "sons of bi***es" who take a knee in recognition of police violence? The coda of the GOP, it's members, and those who enable this reprehensible behavior with their silence, is: "I take care of mine.......but everyone else?? "You're on your own, sucker". So many examples, the best being 10+ wasted years spent attempting to destroy the Affordable Care Act...........with nothing to show for it, but a remaining Supreme Court case, brought to you by Trump and 18 Republican States' Attorneys Generals, risking that their singular contribution to health care, after a decade, will be 20 million MORE Americans will be left uninsured. Yeah....that was a rehtorical question you posed.

bosco

Divided? How many attacks have there been on people wearing a Biden hat and how many attacks have there been on people wearing MAGA hats?

Who assaults outdoor diners trying to enjoy a meal and demand that they raise their arms in the antifa salute?

Whose political leaders (Maxine Waters) tells the Dems to find Republicans and get up in their face?

Whose mayors and governors are letting the Burn Loot and Murder rioters and looters go unchecked?

Who has protested and rioted when a speaker of the opposing view was scheduled to speak at a university?

Which hat would you wear to one of the riots, a MAGA hat or a Biden hat?

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PurplePickles

@bosco/Eric Trump

Which hat would you wear Eric? I guess it would depend on the outfit you have on? You want to make sure it doesn’t clash. Why don’t you ask Melania she has great fashion sense

Eric what did you do to make daddy upset that you have to post inane comments constantly in the FNP? Don’t you want to go outside and play, you know fly a kite.

Greg F

Every day in every way, trump finds new lows...yet you bubble to the top of the dung heap of trumpeted to always paint the rosy glow over the stench. Here is yet one more example of why you may think you’re guy is a top dog...he may be...of the prison road gang, soon. Subversion and abuse of power and lies again https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/09/politics/dhs-whistleblower-white-supremacist-threat/index.html

JerryR

Let's go one further Bosco, when Obummer won the election, and the conservatives didn't want him as our president, but did you see conservatives burning and looting businesses in DC like the left did when Trump was elected?? No way! Again, the hypocrisy of the left knows bounds!

threecents

For those who don't think America can change, just look at how the pandemic has changed the whole world. We may be more inflexible than most countries, but even we are very different compared to last year. Why not aspire to do great things - like fixing our healthcare and immigration system messes? Why not lead the world in the fight against global warming? OK Boomers?

Greg F

Yesterday the trump boat parade sank. Today the shoddy Rose Garden rehab job went bad. It’s a sign...hahaha. https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/08/politics/rose-garden-repair-melania-trump/index.html

Riptide262

The biggest problem with running a trillion+ per year debt is it divorces the benefit of programs from the cost. Free (presumed good) healthcare would be great. Unfortunately, it is not free. Same is true for college, environmental protection, etc. These substantial costs are borne largely by middle class taxpayers. Very rich folks generally pay lower capital gains rates rather than the much higher income tax rates their lifestyle would suggest. Poorer folks see zero or very low tax rates. Unfortunately, this results is a system there those that benefit from social programs or giant tax cuts are not the ones actually paying for those benefits. I wonder how many progressives would line up for 'free' healthcare if they had to pay even $5000 per man/woman/child for it. Likewise, how many rich folks would sign up for corporate tax cuts if it meant all capital gains would be treated as ordinary income and taxed at 37% rather than 15% or 20% (over $462,000). Balancing the budget would provide some much needed linkage between cost and benefit and society as a whole's willingness to pay for that benefit.

NewMarketParent

@Riptide262

We used to make these things in this country called investments.

Health Care - investment

Education - investment

Higher Education - investment

For some reason, we have forgotten these fundamental things as a country and have decided that the only reasonable measure of our success is how many billion/trillionaires we can produce.

It probably the billion/trillionaires who managed to game the system to make us forget who we used to be, but this is where we currently are. *points to a map of the top of crap creek* We could use a good paddle right about now.

hayduke2

The economy doing well is not the same as the stock market doing well even though that is the myth that is perpetuated on us.

JerryR

The wacko progressives simply don't understand that there is no such thing a free lunch. Insanity!

bosco

Don't tax you, don't tax me, tax that man behind the tree.

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PurplePickles

@bosco/Eric Trump

From now on I’m going to call you bosco/Eric Trump. Your comments and responses sound exactly like what Eric Trump would say.

threecents

Jerry, It seems to me that congress is buying a lot of free lunches even as you are reading this. Doesn't that scare you?

Greg F

No...that would be republicans who don’t want to tax the wealthy who already have a lunch and a massive tax tip to go with it. Can’t spend without some tax revenue.

bosco

So how much wealth would you confiscate from the wealthy and how long would that last at the current spending rate - and then what?

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hayduke2

So Bosco, explain why during the wonderful 50's,60's and 70's the top tax rate was in the 70% area. That was also the rise of a real middle class. Did we not do well as a nation and have plenty of wealthy folks. You reasoning is flawed.

PurplePickles

@bosco

How rich are you? Because that sounds like how a rich person would respond to the question? Is this what rich people do when they are bored, play in the comment section of the FNP?

gabrielshorn2013

@ hayduke2 Sep 8, 2020 7:28pm

Hay, as you know, even in those times very few actually paid those exorbitant tax rates. Even back then there were deductions that everyone took advantage of. As for the rate, why should someone at the top pay a higher rate than everyone else? If the income tax code were truly egalitarian, there would be a flat tax with no deductions, which is in line with other taxes such as gas tax, sales tax, property tax, and on and on. Got kids? Pay for them without deductions, and stop forcing the rest of taxpayers to pick up the shortfall. Plus, get rid of the social security cap. Make more, pay more. Buy more, pay more. Trying to carve out niches for both the top and the bottom has effectively hollowed out the middle. We are the ones getting stuck with the bill. Time to end the deliberately established class war.

hayduke2

Gabe - I can agree with that but would add that all the loopholes and tax deductions be eliminated. A flat tax is a great idea in theory as is a balanced budget but I am not hopeful that it would be applied equally to all. While the reform would take place, why not put severe limits on lobbying and get rid of Citizen's United.

gabrielshorn2013

@ hayduke2 Sep 9, 2020 10:09am That is exactly what I was saying hay. No deductions, meaning no loopholes. Compile your income from readily verifiable documents (the government already has the data), and multiply by X% to determine your income tax. Income taxes done on a postcard. Simple. However, the IRS and tax preparers might not like it.

As for lobbying, agreed. However, one man's lobbyist is another man's representative. We all have lobbyists working on our behalf, whether we know it or not, or appreciate it. AARP, ACLU, groups supporting kids, minorities, unions, labor unions and other working people, businesses, educators, craftsmen, environmental groups, trade associations, and on and on, all acting on our behalf and representing our positions to government. We can't restrict some folks representation and not others because we happen do disagree with their position. The First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, and the right to seek redress from the government. These days that happens through lobbyists. As I said previously, nobody has ever tripped over a bag of e-mail, and too many people are unwilling to write a letter and pay postage to contact their representatives.

As for Citizens United, agreed...to a point. Having read up on the history of that decision, The Supreme Court was correct in my view. The CU lawsuit was in response to Michael Moore's anti G.W. Bush, ahem, "documentary" "Fahrenheit 911", which was funded by big-moneyed Democratic supporters. CU wanted to make a similar anti-Clinton, ahem, "documentary". They were unable to distribute it as Moore did, because the FEC said Moore was a "documentarian", while CU was not, and that violated Federal election law. You can't allow one side to smear the other without the possibility of reciprocity by hiding behind a law. Either everybody has the ability to make such, ahem..."documentaries" for distribution at election time, or nobody does.

gabrielshorn2013

@hay. Here is some background on Citizens United v. FEC:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizens_United_v._FEC

DickD

Unless you are a billionaire, Jerry.

DickD

You think that we don't all pay for our Social Security? Aren't you aware that we pay a percentage of our wages, along with a matching rate from our employer, for the Social Security we receive? It is based on the percentage you earn up to the maximum amount that is taxed. This is a insurance and it is called a insurance. Your idea simply does not match the reality.

bosco

Social Security is the biggest Ponzi scheme ever devised, and by whom?

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hayduke2

Bosco - do you get social security?

PurplePickles

@bosco

We are all waiting to hear about your time in Cuba? Before anyone will respond back to you need to tell us about Cuba?

bosco

DickD, here's a little reading on the Social Security Ponzi scheme.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johngoodman/2015/08/13/why-was-social-security-designed-like-a-ponzi-scheme/

momo

As a country, we already pay WAY more per person than any other country in the world, and we have worse health outcomes than most developed countries. Maybe we can't afford not to fix healthcare.

threecents

[thumbup]Momo, that sums it up.

rogy

Well stated! As long as Congress can unrepentantly instruct the mint to turn on the printing presses running larger and larger deficits is almost inevitable. We’re becoming numb to how much a trillion dollars is, let alone 25 trillion! Demand fiscal sanity! Vote these deficit hawks out!

DickD

Bob, you have Mr. Grimes exactly right. [lol]

NewMarketParent

@DickD

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matts853

All of what Mr. Grimes is apparently opposed to are laudable societal objectives. If we could accomplish those things it seems we’d be better for it rather than living in this violent, dystopian society that Trump is fomenting with growing alacrity. Trump relishes in the ongoing chaos in the nation, at least as a pretext to his re-election. It’s all he has left to campaign on since he has no policy platform or accomplishments to speak of. The reality is that the supposed law & order President is not only doing nothing to stop the violence, he’s building a powder keg on the verge of exploding by doing things like injecting images in his supporters brains of professional anarchists flying all around the nation clad in black suits. This of course emboldens his crazy QAnon cult and white supremecist groups to man the streets with assault weapons.

I predict that Trump will lose and then flatly reject the election results and not leave office. If he does that, I fear the nation will break out into pockets of right vs. left civilian wars. It’s already gotten hot. More blood will be shed requiring an unprecedented National Guard response. America will resemble a banana republic.

Trump supporters don’t realize this because they exist in anti-reality bible, but this rampant social discord that Trump is inciting is precisely the objective of Vladimir Putin. The DHS and some intelligence agency have said so. Putin saw a soft target in Trump that he could use as a virus to weaken our country from the inside out. It’s working.

threecents

Matt is correct. Trump's use of "alternative facts" and his war on the free press are exactly what Putin wants.

des21

None are so blind as those who refuse to see. You guys are being led down the road to perdition by a "free" press that selectively chooses what to report, what not to report and present editorializing and activism as journalism. You seemed like smart guys, I don't know why you don't get that.

des21

Someone- not Matt he's too far down the "Trump is evil " cult- but somebody reasonable please recognize that it is Biden and the Democrats who have advocated a coup d'etat casually and repeatedly over the past several months. Someone sane acknowledge reality here!

tonyc51

It's pretty obvious, unless you've been under a rock, that the problem is that there are extremes on both the left and right, and that they would rather destroy the country than to work together to find true solutions to the problems.

awteam2000

Tonyc51, I corrected your comment for you: “It's pretty obvious, unless you've been under a rock, that the problem is that there are extremes on both the left and right, and Trump is in the middle, careless ( social injustice , discouragement of military persons and service, no respect for women or the security of our country against Russian interference) only out to get his way. He would rather destroy the country than to work together to find true solutions to the problems.”

- going golfIng 🏌️‍♀️. You can thank me later.

bosco

It's pretty obvious, unless you've been under a rock, the Democrats are trying to drive America into socialism. Looks like the Dems have it all covered:

1) Healthcare — Control healthcare and you control the people

2) Poverty — Increase the Poverty level as high as possible, poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live.

3) Debt — Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.

4) Gun Control — Remove the ability to defend themselves from the Government. That way you are able to create a police state.

5) Welfare — Take control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Housing, and Income).

6) Education — Take control of what people read and listen to — take control of what children learn in school.

7) Religion — Remove the belief in the God from the Government and schools.

8) Class Warfare — Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to take (Tax) the wealthy with the support of the poor.

Two demonstration projects on how well socialism works can be found in Cuba and Venezuela.

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gary4books

No need for a point by point discussion, but the problem is not debt, but what we spend the money on that counts, Our current National Debt has two parts: (1) an unreasonable and unnecessary tax cut for the rich (where my modest taxes actually went up) and (2) relief from the economic effects of fighting the Virus. Just tell me which borrowing made sense and actually helped the economy and I can see supporting either or both, but question excessive tax cuts for the wealthy as a matter of principle.

shiftless88

I am generally liberal and know many, many liberal people. I do not know anyone who wants pure socialism.

Greg F

Interstate highways, NIH/NCI, NASA, Libraries, airports, air traffic controllers, hospitals, schools....oh those nasty socialist things....tons more like this...they should not use if they don't like it.

bosco

All created through the possibilities of capitalism. How well are the highways, health care, hospitals, schools working in Cuba. Watch "Cuba and the Camerman" on Netflix and then come back here and espouse the glories of socialism. I've seen it first hand in Cuba - have you?

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awteam2000

Bosco, Nearly all the cost of building and maintaining highways comes from general taxes such as income and sales taxes (plus additional federal debt) as comes from gasoline taxes or other “user fees” on drivers. Taxes fund public schools and supplements hospitals . 🤦‍♂️ As usual, you don’t know what you are talking about.

awteam2000

Enlightenment "on the fly" - Bosco, The fundamental difference between capitalism and socialism lies in the scope of government intervention within an economy. Private enterprise verses state run enterprise. No one is calling for the USA to take over the automotive industry, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Verizon, Apple... There’s no call to prevent you from creating a product or service and marketing it in America.

awteam2000

In Cuba, health care is considered a human right for all citizens; health care is therefore a national priority, providing care for all ... Life expectancy in Cuba is higher than that of the US. We are realizing the affect of a dysfunctional healthcare system and racial injustice in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Thomas Jefferson said, “you can’t have life, liberty and pursue happiness, without healthcare for all” (paraphrased). “ A right.”

Over the last six months, 190,000 Americans have died, for no reason, lost their all, their lives, liberty and pursuits.

PurplePickles

@Bosco

When where you in Cuba and for how long? You said you know about Cuba? So tell us about your time in Cuba.....

Greg F

Um, no, boxcar....there are roads in Sweden, there are roads in communist countries and socialist countries...all built for the benefit of the PEOPLE by the state. Now you're comparing a tiny island cuba....offs.

phydeaux994

bosco, Purple Pickles has questioned that you wouldn’t know what Socialism is if it hit you in the Face, and has suggested that he could debate it with you. Since your knowledge of Socialism is based on a Cruise with a stopover in Cuba with a guided tour around Town you might be overestimating your expertise on the subject. That’s what the FNP Opinion Forum should be used for, an honest debate on the facts of an issue. I, for one, am unclear what these terms really mean, Socialism, Fascism, etc., since there seems to be many variations of all of them. I believe that your definition of Socialism listed above as a Democratic Platform is Total 🐂💩(BS).

PurplePickles

@phydeaux994

Bosco could be getting ready for another cruise and is studying up on the country he is going to visit? Doubtful he has the time to debate me? I don't want to tire him out before his trip.

bosco

Shiftless, is that like being a little bit pregnant?

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PurplePickles

@bosco

Your comment above is that like being a little bit stupid ?

threecents

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bosco

You need to inform Biden and his puppet masters of your opinion, shiftless, because if you read the Bernie/Biden manifesto it smacks of socialism and is not sustainable.

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phydeaux994

Where can we find the Bernie/Biden Manifesto??? And when are you going to tell us about your Cuba stay. My interest is piqued now too. This Socialism Debate will be educational for me. I never realized that giving ALL American citizens equal Rights and Opportunities and giving the down and out a helping hand is considered Socialism by the RRR(RadicalRightRepublicans).

bosco

https://joebiden.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/UNITY-TASK-FORCE-RECOMMENDATIONS.pdf

threecents

Bosco, I would love it if Biden was closer to Bernie on the issues, but I actually watched the debates and followed Biden's career. Unfortunately, Biden is a moderate. As for your "a little bit pregnant" comment, that absolutist thinking is what is wrong with your conclusions. Pure capitalism does not work any better than pure socialism, which is why we have a combination. It's like the argument to cut taxes or increase taxes: Virtually nobody is saying to eliminate taxes altogether or to tax everyone 100%.

olefool

Congratulations bosco, you have just published Trumps manifesto and the basis for his plan to seize the helm of the US government and rule its society. It seems that every time you write something here you try to endorse the alternate reality that you're living in and blame your, and your idol's, hopes and dreams on democrats. All eight of your statements are those of yourself and Trump. These hopeless endeavors at spin and obfuscation are making people with reasonable minds weary, time to cut us a break. .

DickD

Most people would call Venezuela and Cuba dictatorships. How do you call them Socialist, bosco ? Maybe that's your problem, you don't understand the difference.

Greg F

Hey B...just how many of these steps toward Fascism has Agent Orange and his henchmen and house/senate done their work towards?

The steps are:

Invoke a terrifying internal and external enemy. (check...brown people, illegals, anyone not rich, foreigners, the usual "commies" mantra)

Create secret prisons where torture takes place. (check....we still have Guantanimo, he set up camps (prisons) for migrant workers and their KIDS that are horrendous conditions that are torture in and of itself)

Develop a thug caste or paramilitary force not answerable to citizens. (see above...brown people, poor people)

Set up an internal surveillance system. (check...and simultaneously disrupts real monitoring by putting cronies at top spots and firing IG, investigators, and anyone with knowledge of what is going on)

Infiltrate and harass citizens' groups. (check...loves Qanon, KKK, Confederate flag waivers, creating state run media out of Fox, bashing media not friendly to him, retaliation on anyone questioning him at all)

Engage in arbitrary detention and release. (check...see brown people comments above, all the shoot first ask questions later from right wing cops, mass incarceration of minorities, holding kids hostage that cross over borders, then dismantling courts that would adjudicate the cases)

Target key individuals. (anyone and everyone not white, rich or on his side, pushes out decades old alliances, fires whistleblowers and wants to overturn those protections in law, targets media and agency officials that don't agree with him)

Control the press. (wow...of course....then deems them enemy of the state...straight outta the Joseph Goebbels playbook)

Cast criticism as espionage and dissent as treason. (every single day)

Subvert the rule of law.[3] (every single day he has been in office and in most egregious manners and in plain sight)

Fleawest

I'm sorry you were led to believe this is the Democratic agenda. You should really try talking to some people with differing points of view. You'll find that we're not so different from you in reality.

Greg F

They're too busy being deluded by Trump and Fox, Hannity, and a liar press secretary who can't say one thing without a smirk and glance she knows it's all bunk.

PurplePickles

@bosco

Wow you should be proud you read a whole book all the way through yesterday! Are you excited that you will be able to get your COVID-19 vaccine in about 7-8 weeks?

lewisantq

I love these Republican crocodile tears over the national debt. In the last year of the Bill Clinton presidency the U S actually ran a surplus and financial projections predicted that if tax policy was not changed the entire national debt would be paid off by 2014. So what did the Republicans do when they won the White House in 2000? They passed the biggest tax cut in history, a tax cut which primarily benefited the wealthy and put us on the road to to national insolvency. Bob Lewis

NewMarketParent

@bosco

It's pretty obvious, unless you've been under a rock, that people who use the word Socialism don't really understand what it means and have decided that using "The Red Scare" tactics are their best attempt to keep the reigns of power.

They also want:

1) Privatize everything of value so that America becomes the oligarchy that they think should exist

2) Fight to keep people ignorant so that they willingly become wage-slaves to ultimately provide the human capital for #1

3) Provide unregulated weapons of mass destruction to anyone willing to own one so that their brownshirts can protect #1

4) Convince you that it could always be worse than being a wage-slave

5) Use religion to reinforce #1

6) Class Warfare - convince poor people that they are temporarily embarrassed millionaires and that they will one day own the boots that they feel on their necks

Two demonstration projects on how well oligarchies work can be found in China and Russia

PurplePickles

@NMP

You and I both know Bosco has trouble with his critical thinking skills and such. He hasn't thought critically about what he posted, he just is proud of himself he read a whole book last night and was showing off what he read, why he chose to read that book is beyond me? Check out Public-Redux comments on this article

https://www.fredericknewspost.com/opinion/columns_syndicated/neither-fascism-nor-communism-is-coming-to-america/article_edd4c875-fde1-546c-ad24-cbc6608ed190.html Once again bosco is falling for lies..lol

NewMarketParent

@PurplePickles

"Green Eggs and Ham" is not the great feat that it once was considered.

threecents

Bosco, You are too smart to believe any of the eight points you posted. Don't worry - I have still not lost faith in you. I think you post nonsense like that to keep in the good graces of your conservative buddies.

Greg F

It's pretty obvious, unless you've been under a rock, the GOP, is against guaranteed health care, higher education, living wages and labor rights. They've given massive legislative and tax relief to big pharm, health insurance but not invested a dime in health care. Besty DeVoss...the unqualified enemy of the education system plus decades upon decades of efforts to instill revisionist textbooks, defund public schools while fostering religious and charter schools and take any funds they can from education, and for living wages and labor rights have lied through their teeth about coal jobs, the AC jobs, and have been union busters for as long as they've been around. POTUS has no interest in labor rights, nor any of his henchmen.

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