Republican Rant Hangover

Arrogant, ignorant, self centered, lazy people defending their arrogance, ignorance, and selfishness. Only in America. I had to stay off of Facebook yesterday because I couldn’t bear to read the stupid posts by people who know nothing about the Affordable Care Act, how our economy runs, how a bill becomes a law and then once a bill becomes a law you can’t shut down the government and “negotiate” it because you...

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Run Run Run!
Sep11

Run Run Run!

  After being thrust into the center of the national debate on health care reform at the beginning of 2012 while going through life saving cancer treatment, thanks to Obamacare, I came to the bitter conclusion that the only way I could really effect policy on health care and public education was if I climbed inside the box, donned the traditional dress of a politician, reined myself in a bit, and took on the status quo on where it...

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Must Read: Selling a New Generation on Guns

Yesterday, the New York Times embarked on a novel approach to covering the gun issue: Instead of focusing on gun culture, it kicked off a series of reports on the gun industry — whose response to fewer Americans participating in shooting sports was to feast on the fear and loathing of a Democratic President who the NRA paints as someone who is plotting to shut down the Second Amendment and “take away our guns.”

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Radiated, Lithiated and All Coked Up — Lessons Lost in Food Labeling and Ingredient History
Dec10

Radiated, Lithiated and All Coked Up — Lessons Lost in Food Labeling and Ingredient History

This is how and why product labeling is important. Although we may be initially unaware of the long-term effects and dangers of some ingredients, eventually, we do learn, albeit usually the hard way.

Current nutrition labeling is viewed as a means to educate consumers about nutrition. Labeling and consumers have come a long way in a remarkably short time. Although labeling modifications to further inform consumers and affirm ingredients, whether simple such as quantity or complicated such as quality, are depicted as potentially inflammatory and burdensome on food distributors…I think we can probably handle it.

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#SheVotes Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on why women's votes will make the differen…

#SheVotes Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on why women's votes will make the difference this year! (Donna) https://momocrats.com/2012/10/26/sen-kirsten-gillibrand-women-must-make-their-voices-heard-and-vote/Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Women Must Make T…

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#SheVotes Richard Mourdock also has radical opinions that are not about rape. He…
Oct25

#SheVotes Richard Mourdock also has radical opinions that are not about rape. He…

#SheVotes Richard Mourdock also has radical opinions that are not about rape. He thinks Social Security is unconstitutional. He'll filibuster any justice to the left of Robert Bork. Let's hope Indiana voters don't send him to the Senate….

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