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‘Let’s keep it going,' Obama urges Dems

Just in case you don't remember, you are better off now than you were 8 years ago. The Clinton administration, for all its faults, was the best since Eisenhower.

Trump is all in for himself and only himself.

July 28, 2016 at 8:50 a.m. suggest removal

Hillary gets boost from Bill as she wins historic nomination

Despite the attacks on him, our country fared better under Clinton than under any Republican.

July 28, 2016 at 5:18 a.m. suggest removal

Clinton: Hillary has always been a change-maker

Our country fared better under Clinton than under any Republican. I'll bet you did, too!

July 28, 2016 at 5:13 a.m. suggest removal

Trump ignites firestorm after asking Russia to recover Clinton emails

A vote for Trump is a vote for Putin. A
vote for Portman is a vote against yourself.

Meanwhile people who live in glass houses:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/t...

Note the comments.

July 28, 2016 at 5:07 a.m. suggest removal

What will Sanders’ supporters do?

90% have already gravitated to Clinton.

The big news is that Putin/Trump tried to use the emails to split the opposition.

A vote for Trump may be a vote for Putin.

July 27, 2016 at 7:38 a.m. suggest removal

Ohio FOP endorses Portman for U.S. Senate

They have to be nuts. Portman supports cutting the programs instituted during the Clinton administration..

July 27, 2016 at 4:38 a.m. suggest removal

Democrats get their turn

The real story, 76Ytown is that had Obama not vetoes the Republican budget, Medicare would already be a voucher system and we'd all be screwed. And it;s not 7 years, The Republicans have been trying to privatize it and support cuts to benefits. It's as simple as that. Portman has been voting that way.

Most people confuse DI with SSI. DI is based on your 35 years of earnings.

The DI fund has been bailed out for the short run, It was self sufficient until 2008, I blame Bush for paying down the backlog. And Trump has bought the same bull.

Meanwhile, he cares nothing for anyone but himself.

July 27, 2016 at 4:34 a.m. suggest removal

Democrats get their turn

Trump is a would be dictator.

I have a stake in this election. I receive Social Security and Medicare. I paid for them over 40 years of work. Medicare and Social Security are not free. What the Republicans want to do is screw us out of insurance benefits already earned.

Trump told Speaker Ryan that he supports cutting Social Security but will not admit it publicly because it would hurt his election chances, according to a report in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

“From a moral standpoint, I believe in it,” Trump said of cutting Social Security. “But you also have to get elected. And there’s no way a Republican is going to beat a Democrat when the Republican is saying, ‘We’re going to cut your Social Security’ and the Democrat is saying, ‘We’re going to keep it and give you The most popular government programs are Social Security and Medicare.

Wall Street has tried to get to the money from the Social Security Trust Funds for a long time. You can trace the notion of "privatization" back to 1978 when GWB ran for Congress. At the time, his uncle Press was the spokesman for Wall Street groups like Goldman Sachs who advocated that privatization, standing alone would save our economy. When he became president, he thought he had a mandate to privatize it. Although he Trust funds are currently solvent, projections show that in 33 years, the funds will be in "default," when there will only be enough to pay 75%.

July 26, 2016 at 6:02 a.m. suggest removal

Emails show Dem hostility to Sanders

Sanders was screwed. But Trump is a would be dictator.

For those of us who rely on Social Security and Medicare, we would be the big losers if people like Portman and Trump get their way. Portman has voted many times to turn Medicare into a voucher system and was a big fan of privatizing Social Security.

Despite what he may have said earlier Trump would cut Social Security benefits. He recently gave a statement to AARP that tacitly supports the Republican position.

July 26, 2016 at 5:49 a.m. suggest removal

U.S. Sen. Portman says GOP is unified

Portman is/was a Bush man. He has repeatedly voted to turn Medicare into a voucher program and was an enthusiastic supporter of Bush's plan to privatize Social Security.

The most popular government programs are Social Security and Medicare.

Wall Street has tried to get to the money from the Social Security Trust Funds for a long time. You can trace the notion of "privatization" back to 1978 when GWB ran for Congress. At the time, his uncle Press was the spokesman for Wall Street groups like Goldman Sachs who advocated that privatization, standing alone would save our economy. When he became president, he thought he had a mandate to privatize it. Although he Trust funds are currently solvent, projections show that in 33 years, the funds will be in "default," when there will only be enough to pay 75%.

The Republican Party, led by Speaker Ryan has been crying "wolf' on that issue. Every Republican member of Congress has voted to privatize Medicare and most still want to privatize everything. Look at what they have done to USPS. We lost perhaps a $ trillion in contracts in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. by using the modern version of the spoils system with companies like Halliburton.

Trump told Speaker Ryan that he supports cutting Social Security but will not admit it publicly because it would hurt his election chances, according to a report in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.


The Republican Party, led by Speaker Ryan has been crying "wolf' on that issue. Every Republican member of Congress has voted to privatize Medicare and most still want to privatize everything. Look at what they have done to USPS. We lost perhaps a $ trillion in contracts in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. by using the modern version of the spoils system with companies like Halliburton.

Trump told Speaker Ryan that he supports cutting Social Security but will not admit it publicly because it would hurt his election chances, according to a report in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

“From a moral standpoint, I believe in it,” Trump said of cutting Social Security. “But you also have to get elected. And there’s no way a Republican is going to beat a Democrat when the Republican is saying, ‘We’re going to cut your Social Security’ and the Democrat is saying, ‘We’re going to keep it and give you more.’?”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/d......
more.’?”

July 23, 2016 at 2:57 p.m. suggest removal

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