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What do liberals believe?

RickWA

Senator
Which ones are common ground for you?
Everything in blue, “Lobbyists”, “Trashing the planet for profit”, etc. Really, there are only 4 that I find problematic.

It is likely that where we differ is in either definitions here or there…or the proper agency for address of the issue.
 

JuliefromOhio

President
Supporting Member
Everything in blue, “Lobbyists”, “Trashing the planet for profit”, etc. Really, there are only 4 that I find problematic.

It is likely that where we differ is in either definitions here or there…or the proper agency for address of the issue.
I don't have a problem with any of them. They're compassionate, not selfish.
 

Drumcollie

* See DC's list of Kook posters*
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I'm down with all of them.
Yet you voted for Joe Biden.

1. Poverty 13.7 percent in 2021 versus 11.4 in 2020
2021-poverty-projections.pdf (urban.org)
poverty percentage rate as of 2020 - search results (bing.com)

2
RankNameCompanyTotal
1Elon MuskCEOTesla6,658,803,818$6.7B
2Mike PykoszCEOOak Street Health568,442,024$579.3K$392.7K$359.7M$207.7M$11.4K
3Trevor BezdekCo-CEOGoodRx Holdings497,838,903$500.0K$480.5K$496.8M$9.5K
4Douglas HirschCo-CEOGoodRx Holdings497,836,647$500.0K$480.8K$496.8M$6.9K
5Eric WuCEOOpendoor Technologies388,713,679$189.6K$388.5M
6Alex KarpCEOPalantir Technologies369,553,959$1.1M$91.9M$273.4M$3.1M
7Geoffrey PriceCOOOak Street Health356,271,777$526.7K$357.1K$233.5M$121.9M$11.4K
8Tim CookCEOApple265,043,550$3.0M$10.7M$250.3M$1.0M
9Griffin MyersCMOOak Street Health221,354,227$458.2K$266.2K$152.6M$68.1M$11.4K
Highest Paid U.S. CEOs: Top Salaries in 2020 (bloomberg.com)
These all donated to (D)

3. Wall Street
Money to CandidatesMADOFF, BERNARD
NEW YORK, NY 10022
CHAIRMAN01-13-2000$1,000Clinton, Hillary (D)Federal
CategoryContributorOccupationDateAmountRecipientRecipient Jurisdiction
Money to CandidatesRAJARATNAM, RAJ
NEW YORK, NY 10022
08-28-2008-$2,300Clinton, Hillary (D)Federal
Money to CandidatesRAJARATNAM, RAJ
NEW YORK, NY 10022
GALLEON08-31-2008$2,300Obama, Barack (D)Federal
Money to CandidatesSTANFORD, R ALLEN
MIAMI, FL 33131
STANFORD FINANCIAL GROUP05-31-2008-$2,300Obama, Barack (D)
The 15 Most Notorious Wall Street Villains (mutualfunds.com)

4. School shootings
'Defund the police' may linger as 2022 challenge for Democrats


5. Subsidies-Largest given under Obama.

1. Washington: Boeing

- Subsidy value: $8.7 billion
- Year awarded: 2013
- Funding source: state
- Industry: aerospace & military contracting
Biggest Corporate Subsidies of the Last 20 Years | Stacker


6. Dictated medical decision for women.
Biden announces sweeping vaccine mandates affecting ...
...

No one should tell you that you can't believe in these ideals, however if you look at the first half of your list, The people you voted for clearly didn't support your values. Maybe the "party of Slavery" isn't for you.

I am not going to support some of these Ideals. I don't whine about what others make...I went and got mine. You could too. Homelessness hasn't gone down this year. As for lobbyists talk to your own party.

It's time you started a new party, call it equal rights socialism or national socialists workers party, but not the (D) "Party of Slavery."
 

Drumcollie

* See DC's list of Kook posters*
I don't have a problem with any of them. They're compassionate, not selfish.
That the beauty of the America Republicans know and love, where you have a right to speak what you believe in, not get shut off like Jen Psaki does people.
 
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