More socialist nonsense from Kamala Harris

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Harris is obviously a threat, hence the hyperbolic misogyny is moved up a notch.
 
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In America every adult has the option to go to a place with free housing, free food, free medical and dental and only the authorities have guns. Utopia??? No.. Prison...... Liberty is a bargain at any cost.
 
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In America every adult has the option to go to a place with free housing, free food, free medical and dental and only the authorities have guns. Utopia??? No.. Prison...... Liberty is a bargain at any cost.
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Because the system right now is doing just great
 
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The child in that photo is likely living a life that could only be imagined in just a short time back in human history. If he has two pairs of shoes he is likely more wealthy then 90% of the people on this planet. His most valuable gift is his freedom. Unfortunately some gifts are never opened.
 
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Ask Greece or Venuzuela ....

They figured it out, didn't they?

Oh for fuck sakes, people will still work in the private sector it's not communism. Your tax rate might go up but then again you wouldn't have to pay for health insurance or worry how you're going to pay for your kids education. Why the fuck do you think they are the happiest people in the world?

Rich media magnates have used their control over large sections of news outlets to make policies that tax rich people less popular, also have used their lobbying power to lower the taxes their community pays. In recent years, overall spending on welfare policies has been slightly reduced by both center-right and center-left governments in a bid to decrease government deficits (without increasing taxes on rich people) and enhance economic competitiveness.

In 2006, The Economist asserted that the Nordic Model, with what it deemed "grave defects", would break down, predicting that a new centre-right government in Sweden would dismantle the welfare state.[3] This would not occur. Two years later, the economies of both the United Kingdom (where The Economist is based) and its less-regulated counterpart, the United States, crumbled into the worst recession since the 1930s. Sweden's total tax rate remains at near 50%, and every Scandinavian nation (excluding deregulated Iceland) has emerged with comparatively lower debt levels and unemployment rates than both the US and UK. The Economist has since, if begrudgingly, called the Scandinavian nations "probably the best-governed in the world."