A Tale Of Two Parties
This is a political post.
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I have done numerous posts about how hard the Democratic Party works to help makes the lives of most Americans better.
Conversely, the Republican Party works hard to harm most Americans. And now they are working…in plain sight…to also destroy Democracy.
Yet people I know who are intelligent and caring keep voting R. In talking with them however the exact same pattern always unfolds:
- Everything they believe about their party is a lie.
- Everything they believe about Democrats is a lie.
- And NOTHING I can say or show them convinces them otherwise.
So, this post is not intended to change a single R mind. Such minds are allergic to reality. Rather, if you vote for the Democratic Party, you may not be aware of just how much the Democrats in Congress, and the Biden Administration, is accomplishing. NOTE: The media is much more interested in discussing Trump 24/7 than reporting just how much Democrats are accomplishing to help the American people.
Just now, the House voted for the House Passes Inflation Reduction Act. The Act will:
- lower prescription drug costs,
- address global warming,
- raise taxes on some billion-dollar corporations
- and reduce the federal deficit
These are all good things. The act will not raise taxes on a single person earning less than $400,000 a year.
This is great legislation.
How many Democrats voted for the act? All 220.
How many Republicans voted for the act? 0.
This is to be expected, of course, from a party only interested in harming most Americans.
Compare all this with Trump’s four years. Republicans talked about improving the infrastructure of America. And, during Trump’s first two years, the party had absolute power.
So what did they accomplish with this absolute power? Nothing to help most Americans. They did though reduce taxes on the very richest of people, and lower taxes on huge corporations.
And infrastructure? It never even came up for a vote.
With totally opposite agendas:
- One is for the people.
- One is against the people.
I’m a proud Democrat.
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