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 on: Today at 03:52:44 am 
Started by Santander - Last post by Sir Mohamed
The only prez who beats Lincoln is FDR.

 on: Today at 03:46:37 am 
Started by buritobr - Last post by AtorBoltox
The United Kingdom itself was obviously a legitimate democracy, Germany was not. The empire wasn't democratic, but at least they hadn't committed genocide in the previous 10 years like Germany had

 on: Today at 03:40:52 am 
Started by ExtremeConservative - Last post by Shadows
Sent to Destroy Sanders' Case for Democratic Socialism, Danish Right-Winger Bolsters It

Fellow at Peterson Institute, a regressive-minded think tank, concedes the many benefits of a nation that provides universal access to pre-school, healthcare, and college

In a televised debate with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on CNN Thursday night that quickly became a social media sensation, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) "dunked on" a Danish representative of a right-wing think tank who challenged Sanders on his support for Scandinavian social democratic policies. Jacob Kirkegaard, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute, charged late in the debate that Sanders wants to spend like a Scandinavian nation, but not tax like one. Sanders responded by highlighting the benefits citizens of Denmark, Sweden, and other Scandinavian nations reap as a result of paying more in taxes and concluded that these benefits far outweigh the costs.

"How much do you pay when you go to the hospital, if you have cancer, God forbid, and you went to the hospital?" Sanders asked. "Zero," Kirkegaard said.

"And what about college in Denmark?" Sanders went on. "Our kids can't afford to go to college. How much does it cost to go to college in Denmark?" "Well, in fact, you get a government stipend to go to college," Kirkegaard said.

"Oh. In other words, not only is it free, they give you a stipend." "They want to make sure that every kid in that country gets the best education he or she can have."

By the end of their exchange, Kirkegaard conceded that familiar right-wing talking points about single-payer healthcare—for instance, the oft-repeated claim about extraordinarily long waiting lists—are false.


 on: Today at 03:38:28 am 
Started by Shadows - Last post by AtorBoltox
It would be to the benefit of everyone if they just convinced her to retire.
Seriously. She'll be 90 at the end of her term if re-elected.

 on: Today at 03:35:07 am 
Started by Santander - Last post by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee
Best President Ever: Lincoln

Worst President Ever: Jackson

Buchanan was the worst President ever.

 on: Today at 03:33:11 am 
Started by Compassion Fills the Void - Last post by dead0man
the chicken cordon blue (yes, I know) is good, but heavy.  The curley fries are great as are the jamoca(sp?) shakes.

 on: Today at 03:30:34 am 
Started by Senator Scott, PPT🍂 - Last post by dead0man
As an adult with no children under 15, it's a meaningless "holiday".

 on: Today at 03:27:55 am 
Started by Jacobin American - Last post by dead0man
we need more abortion

 on: Today at 03:27:44 am 
Started by ○∙◄☻¥tπ[╪AV┼cVê└ - Last post by Dwarven Dragon
Why are they doing this?  This is so goddamn petty and shortsighted....

Does Perez realize that by conducting this Red Wedding of all the Sanders and Ellison supporters, he is not so much stabbing the knife into their backs, but into Democratic hopes of winning the 2020 election, and ending the Trump nightmare?  You can't win without their (enthusiastic) support.  

They want to win with a platform friendly to corporate interests, or not at all.

Yep, and it's for the best that that's the case.

 on: Today at 03:26:36 am 
Started by Warrior for Christ the King - Last post by Parrotguy
I think you need to be correctively banned.

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