Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan Insist ‘Friendship’ And ‘Traditional Marriage’ Can End Poverty

Both Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan’s sentimental economic prescription towards solving the poverty and hunger issues in our nation are ridiculous in light of the fact that the majority of us can barely keep afloat much less offer support to others; their platform is even sillier when presented in context at the wealthy donors’ venue in N.Y.C. Abraham Lincoln himself said that the legitimate role of government is to do for the people what needs to be done; what they cannot accomplish on an individual basis, but need the collective action of their government such as in building and maintaining our infrastructure, helping the poor, the infirm and the elderly. Since the Republican Party removed our governmental commitment to the War on Poverty and Hunger(thanks Reagan) we have seen our poverty stricken numbers rise. However, the Republican Party hasn’t any qualms when it comes to government charity given to Big Oil, Big Banks and the wealthy; moreover when they are ready to grant more tax breaks and tax cuts; these revenue losses are never offset by anything, unlike when the democrats propose extending unemployment benefits to aid those in need while they desperately try getting an employment. No one in the 99% can afford four more years of a republican economic agenda; they do nothing in terms of job growth, research and development, innovative investment, retirement security or economic expansion. The Republican Party is only about wealth, exploitative practices and economic hoarding; they have nothing visionary to offer.
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