Shocking Election Night Fox Polls - What Americans Want!

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  1. Horhey

    Horhey Well-Known Member

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    Issue by issue, both parties are far to the right of the electorate.



    72% favor "changing to a government-run health care plan." Both parties oppose it and are funded by the healthcare industry.

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    60% say the government "should do more." The Washington Consensus" says reduce top marginal tax rates, liberalize trade, privatize government services, and deregulate industry.

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    70% favor "increasing government spending on green and renewable energy." Both parties oppose it and are funded by the oil and gas lobbies.

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    Oligarchy.

    Real fascism.
     
  3. Melb_muser

    Melb_muser Well-Known Member Donor

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    Quite a few of my Trumper friends are a little shocked at his retrograde environmental policy. It's a really hard sell to say we should be going back to how it was
     
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    Only those who don't understand how politics really works are shocked, here's how -101: $$$$$$$$$$$$$. See? It's simple!
     
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    Melb_muser Well-Known Member Donor

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    Yes that might will be the philosophy under Trump. It's short-sighted though - obviously.
     
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