Black People Politics : What America sees...

willa

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Is there anyone running for Democrat President who isn't a Socialist advocate? Here's what you'll get eventually by voting in a Socialist President.

This is a report from a letter I've read this week coming from outside Moscow. "Beds and equipment are needed for the poor and disabled to help those who come in to get the needed treatment for their ailments. Even in a Socialized Medicine country like we have in Eastern Europe many cannot be helped for lack of medicine and equipment .

Also, without the required bureaucratic paperwork of proper documents for one reason or another, you will get turned away summarily. There is a great need all over. Russia is so big, the smaller the city the greater the need. When visiting some of these areas you get a new perspective of absolute suffering.

Back home we get upset if we have a hang nail or an ache. Some people here have pain unrelenting and they don't say they are mistreated. They are just thankful for any help.

Death is expected and whenever it happens it is accepted as "that is what happens." There was a 38 year old man who died of a ruptured appendix, as simple as that. And also another incident we know of, a man in his late 40s whose wife died suddenly. Well, they bury them here quickly, unless you have money to embalm the dead. Many boarding houses and places for the elderly are often called places where you go to die. The family can't afford to help them anymore, the government steps away from doing anymore on your previously socialized life. They expect you to take your own bedding, pillow, gowns etc. to these places. Compare contrast to the generous life that Capitalism gives us in the U.S.."
 

ogoun

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So are 'we' (the US of amerika) a democracy or a republic?

And leads to a couple of questions.
When the Constitution was written just who were the minority that were worried about the tyranny of the majority?............They were the large land (read plantation) owners, they were the land speculators, they were the slave and indentured servant OWNERS. Those people were the minority...........and still are. So given that today, while they are so both vocal and in deed of in their victimhood, when clearly the tyranny of minority has been ruling over the majority for quite a number of years isn't it time the majority start having a voice?
My Representative(s) to the House is elected by a majority vote. My Senator(s) is elected by a majority vote. Why not the POTUS?
I'll still have the same number of Representatives and Senators.

Want know what tyranny of the minority looks like? Look into Mitch McConnell's waste paper basket, there you'll find some 400+ bills passed by the House that weren't even brought to the floor of the Senate for a vote or debate.
Ya wanna know what tyranny of the minority looks like check out todays equal to the Know Nothing party of yesteryear......the GOP and increasingly of the DEMs the last couple three of decades. Go ahead check the record.
Ya wanna know about the fear of the minority from the majority? Think of the people and of their status those who wrote the Constitution and those who now claim their victimhood, and fear.....of the majority.
 

willa

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I get it. The majority vote Republicans and Democrats together make the law.

Or, pressed for a take over of moral values of that ol' timey Democrat party is now plagued by communistic Socialists an oxymoron of liberal fascists, free Socialists, and human fights.

Man! :shark:
 

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"Of course, things will never be “normal” again: some of us, the privileged and wealthy, may be afforded the illusion, but this illusion is likely to be carried on the backs of the vast majority who will work harder, longer and for less, suffer greater risks and fewer rewards."............
 

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