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This has GOT to make it into the DT 'presidential' liberry.

FL passed $15/hr minimum wage AND voted for DT -- that tells you something

With 98 percent of precincts reporting, more than 61 percent of voters approved the legislation — which increases minimum wage from $8.56 to $10 per hour starting Sept. 30, 2021, then raises it $1 each year until 2026.

There is something wrong with our message if the state approves a higher minimum wage AND votes for the rapist in chief.

It is not the voting machinery!

Yet another reason to dislike Bill Mahar

Does anyone actually like this ex-libertarian?

Should we believe Tara Reade?


Why is any money going to businesses?

My brother runs a small business, with about 10 employees. All of his customers have stopped buying his products, he laid off all of his employees, he has enough to pay for electricity which is reduced because his doors are closed. He might not pay his loans after April. He will have less money when this is all over as will you and I.

Pay people.

If you want to pay businesses create a loan freeze rule where the banks will freeze their loans for 2 or 3 months; any interest payments would be paid by the treasury.

Pay people.

This means the the DNC's approach to defeat Senator Sanders has failed.

Most candidates for president since 1911

I canvassed for Obama in 2008 -- I was given a list of houses to contact and skipped the rest

100% Agree

In my life I've worked on 2 presidential candidates, it will soon be 3

1) Nixon, when I was 10, because my dad had me put fliers in houses on one side of the street while he did the opposite side
2) Obama, phone banking because I believed it was very important for him to win.

Minor impact at most; this questions seems like a neoliberal talking point

Remember in 2016 when the Repugs said the same thing, they lost 6 seats in the house

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could be a drag on some of the party’s down-ballot candidates in Kansas, the Kansas Republican Party’s executive director said Tuesday.

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article109007802.html#storylink=cpy
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