YES! - And they will pay for it by finally rolling back The New Deal.
43% (10 votes)
NO! – The Democrats will defend the 99% and not let this happen.
57% (13 votes)
Total votes: 23

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rob321pgh 2 years 3 weeks ago

The house will pass something but will not pass the senate and veto by the president

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R.A. Stewart 2 years 2 weeks ago

That is true in the current term. Next year, with both the House and the Senate probably in Republican hands, will be a different matter. They may not have veto-proof majorities then, but it's quite possible that they will dragoon enough Blue Dogs or just plain craven Democrats into siding with them.

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The GOP war on workers has killed again...

It’s time to stop the conservative's war on working people in America.

Since the birth of our nation, conservatives have always been wary of average working-class Americans having too much political or economic power. John Adams, the second President of the United States and a Federalist (precursor to today’s Republicans), was very wary of the working class, which he referred to as “the rabble.”

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