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Josh Hawley is a patrician posing as a populist

He lives in Virginia, but uses his sisterís address in Missouri for his voter registration, which speaks to his integrity. Hawley attended to Rockhurst High School, a private all boys Catholic high school in south Kansas City for the elite. (I lived nearby for many years across the state line in Kansas, in a very affluent neighborhood & am quite familiar with his type. My sons had friends who attended testosterone-overloaded Rockhurst.) His credential from Stanford and Yale law school speak for themselves. Hawley just another entitled rich kid posing as a Trumper populist-a polished grifter doing whatever it takes to advance his career, and increase his net worth.This latest silliness about challenging the electoral college vote is just a stunt he thinks will advance his political ambitions. Scratch Hawleyís surface, and despite his elite degrees, thereís nothing of substance there.

Trump wants Covid relief payments increased to $2,000, a gift to Warnock & Ossoff!

Heís threatening to veto the bill. Pelosiís wants to hold a vote and McConnell must be having apoplexy.

We've Been Here Before - The Big Con

Excellent article from The Guardian (and a bit long but worth it) shows why the Biden/Harris "Build Back Better" is crucial to the future of our democracy.

[link:http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/05/the-big-con-what-is-really-at-stake-on-election-day

Democrats need to address Republican use of the scare tactic, "socialism"

Republicans have been able to get far too much mileage from it. As Harry Truman said, itís a scare word Republicans like to use for programs that help everyone. Democrats are overdue to reclaim the narrative that we know will be weaponized by Republicans and the mainstream media once Biden is inaugurated and in office. Letís be proactive.
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