The answer lies in questionable decisions by the White House and Republican leadership in Congress
The Republican remedy for the disaster of “free market” health care is more of the so-called “free market.”
Every quote from an Ohioan who declares the Russia investigation is irrelevant is a testament to the delusive brand of Republicanism that now reigns supreme.
Let me suggest the real problem is not the Trump family, but the GOP.
Eliminate Trump (legally and peacefully, of course), and the fundamental corruption that laid the ground for his so-called Presidency remains.
In California last week, Democratic state Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon helped his and his party’s corporate donors block a Democrat-sponsored bill to create a universal health care program in which the government would be the single payer.
This is sheer, stubborn stupidity, and it’s reached the level of national crisis.
A lot of it really was about sort of celebrating the victory of white supremacy and the return of white supremacy after Reconstruction.
“What are you doing in there?!” demands America, banging on the Senate door. “Nothing!” cries an excited Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as he finishes off Medicaid.
Has any man ever admired another man as much as Newt Gingrich admires President Trump? After reading Gingrich’s new book, Understanding Trump, I can answer firmly in the negative.