A pair of one-sentence posts:Republicans, Have-nots, & Rising Tides
Republican philosophy is based on the erroneous proposition that Have-Nots are taking advantage of Haves when, in actuality, Have-Mores are taking advantage of both.
Though a rising tide lifts all boats, tax breaks for the wealthy are not analogous to rising tides but to cranes.
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10/15/2020 @ 2:49 pm
10/15/2020 @ 3:05 pm
Hate to be a pest, but there is a watermark on this image which means that it is a protected image and that could get us in trouble. Could you please replace this image with one that isn’t watermarked?
10/15/2020 @ 3:19 pm
The damned thing won’t remove
10/15/2020 @ 6:14 pm
It finally did
10/16/2020 @ 12:54 pm
10/16/2020 @ 1:58 pm
10/16/2020 @ 3:53 pm
Lindsay Graham sets my gag reflex going and I wanted to read a few posts, say hi, but urp, not those.
Here’s a woman’s perspective. To me, Republican philosophy is about white male dominance. The Have More is a subset of that. Have Nots having more is interpreted as less for Mr. White Man, which threatens his dominance, the dominance that was given to him by God.
10/17/2020 @ 4:20 am
Saccharum begets saccharum violence begets violence and hummingbirds hath the best radar somehow on and on begetting more hummingbirds illusive as summer GONE in that blurred blink.
Whereas bats bite and drip slick ick albeit bats inhibit mosquito manifestoes and extemporaneous neck slaps.*
*garnered from another ‘Studs Terkel-like’ conversation with a persona-savant underpass dweller between his dramatic fife riffs; rather a dank, dark dreary drama.
No joke! Cheerful bloke!
…mask is the task, no need to ask…
10/17/2020 @ 12:17 pm
The idea that “a rising tide lifts all boats” does not and cannot apply or matter to those who don’t have a boat and aren’t seen as being “in the same boat” as everyone or anyone else.