No matter the day, month, season, or year, there is one subject that conservatives love to rally over. What is it? How low-income people spend their money.
Congress can easily fix it, but right now it could change retirees' Social Security benefits by thousands.
Somehow the thought that health care is a key issue has wormed its way into the brain of the heaving pile of rancid orange-tinged lard in the White House.
The White House is quite put out that Donald Trump's efforts to destroy Social Security are not being wholly embraced by American businesses.
Let's take a look at those wonderful values the temporarily former Republicans keep telling us about.
His handlers keep saying that isn't what he means, but he keeps saying it.
"This is no art of the deal. This is not presidential leadership. These orders are not real solutions. They are just another cynical ploy designed to deflect responsibility."
If Dems effectively communicate to people that Donald Trump proposed cutting Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security in his last two budgets, they will win, Paul Begala said.
Democratic strategist Paul Begala reminds the party that they need to hammer on the fact that Trump is a threat to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
Because Trump has surrounded himself with conservatism's least competent blowhards—namely, whichever self-promoting grifters impress him during Fox News appearances—the executive orders produced manage to both do extremely bad things, and to do them illegally.
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