Wednesday, December 16, 2015

GOP Debates

I have found that I don't want to waste time watching the Republican candidate debates. The Republicans attack our President, push for more wars, and propose more tax cuts for the rich. It is
the same old record. There is nothing new that they have to say.  Besides, I won't be voting for any of the GOP clowns anyway.

---  If you have been following the recent escapades of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, then you know that he is against safe healthcare for women. Mike DeWine worked, on our dime, to stop marriage equality, and now he is trying to smear Planned Parenthood. DeWine just hates the fact that women have access to safe healthcare and abortions. Why does Mike DeWine want to deprive women of treatment for yeast infections? Ask him! According to Plunderbund, Mike DeWine is
thinking of running for Ohio Governor! Yuck!

--- U.S. Sen. Rob Portman is against equal pay for women!!!!! Wow! That is disgusting! I'd never vote for a candidate that is against equal pay and equal rights.

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Time to get to work!

You might be shocked to learn that the health care bill that assists the first responders from 9/11 needs renewal. Some politicians are good at using words to praise the rescuers from 9/11, but that is all they've done. More than words are needed.


Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show this Monday evening to continue his fight to get Congress to do the right thing for our 9-11 first responders: Jon Stewart's Back On 'The Daily Show' Tonight, And He Is Not Happy:
    Jon Stewart isn't letting up in his effort to convince lawmakers to pass a new 9/11 bill after his   visit to Congress last week -- the former host of "The Daily Show" returns to the broadcast Monday night to put an exclamation point on his trip to D.C. 

    Stewart and a group of 9/11 responders on Thursday toured the halls of the Capitol and visited the offices of senators in hopes of spurring them to pass a permanent extension of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, which began expiring in September.....

Republicans Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell need to get this legislation passed NOW!

Attention, Ohio voters!  Sen. Rob Portman had avoided signing to support the Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act----- until Jon Stewart cornered him (see HuffingtonPost).