In the Republican Futureworld, there is no middle class, so whyever would we expect it to be mentioned?
For the only female on the stage, there is a special circle in Dante's Inferno. Her closing statement.Hillary Clinton is focused on making the economy work for everyone. Republicans are focused on...Hillary Clinton. https://t.co/4PrDee34vR— The Briefing (@TheBriefing2016) November 11, 2015
" Imagine, a Clinton presidency. Our military will continue to deteriorate, our veterans will not be cared for, and no, Mrs. Clinton, that situation is not exaggerated. The rich will get richer, the poor will get poorer. The middle class will continue to get crushed. And as bad as that picture is, what's even worse is that a Clinton presidency will corrode the character of this nation.Yes indeed! On the day Hillary did this.
Why? Because of the Clinton way. Say whatever you have to, lie as long as you can get away with it. We must beat Hillary Clinton. Carly Fiorina can beat Hillary Clinton. I will beat Hillary Clinton. And under a President Fiorina, we will restore the character of this nation. The security of this nation. The prosperity of this nation. Because as citizens, we will take our government back."
So much nonsense! So many forked tongues but plenty of distance among them. Ben Carson, who has no grip on American history whatsoever, says Americans need to be educated on what happens when we raise the minimum wage. Marco Rubio pretty much thinks we need no education at all except for how to use power tools. They all think the minimum wage is fine right where it is.
A dystopia of major proportions. Futureworld under Republicans promises more misery and hardship for the struggling and more profits off the backs of labor for the wealthy.
In post mortem interviews, the GOP participants thought that was a pretty good debate last night. I thought it made The Hunger Games look like Candyland.