Thought Of The Day. February 21, 2016

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Today’s Thought:

Republicans and Wall Street Democrats are both supportive of the corporate rule of America. They may disagree on social issues like immigration, abortion, and guns, but they are in lock-step when it comes to foreign policy, military adventurism, trade agreements, corporate welfare, monetary policy, Wall Street, appointing industry lobbyists and executives to regulatory agencies, super pacs, corporate bribery of candidates and elected officials, etc.

Only liberal Democrats, and socialists like Bernie Sanders, are opposing corporate ownership of the US government.



Author’s Notes:

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3 thoughts on “Thought Of The Day. February 21, 2016

  1. I am unaware that Bernie is a vegetarian …he supports gun ownership and hunters so I find it hard to believe he cares about animals …I hope I am wrong… I do know that Bill Clinton and Al Gore are both vegans …
    Hillary may be a vegetarian at this point she hangs out with a ton of vegetarian folks…
    check on all of this …


    • The rationale for supporting Sanders, or any candidate, is not whether or not they are vegan, but what will be the impact upon animals if they are elected. Sanders is threatening the very foundations of corporate ownership of the US government. He is fighting to get corporate money out of politics and to eliminate the influences of lobbyists and special interests. He opposes Big Ag’s factory farms and pushes family farms, which would greatly minimize animal suffering.

      Neither Bill Clinton nor Al Gore are vegans for the animals, they are vegans for health reasons.


  2. And Sanders’ campaign is being funded by small donations by the people who believe in him. Can we count on citizen participation in the future or can we get reform against entrenched intetests?


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