Monday, February 29, 2016
When will democracy come to the U.S.A. in a form where people are free to vote for the party which best represents their interests and concerns?
Has anyone noticed how so many members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus are supporting the warmonger Hillary Clinton?
Even John Conyers who stakes his claim to fame on supporting HR 676, the single-payer bill, is supporting Hillary Clinton.
Does anyone really believe that a guy who supports Hillary Clinton is going to actually lead a struggle for single-payer universal health care.
John Conyers is the same guy who said he was going to fight to impeach Bush and Cheney and then ended up having Cindy Sheehan arrested instead.
We don't need a bunch of phony "progressives" in the Democratic Party looking out for our interests; what we need is a real progressive people's party that is working class based and anti-monopoly/anti-imperialist which brings forward the best citizen activists who we can rely on to fight for real reforms like a National Public Health Care System, a National Public Child Care System, a "21st Century Full Employment Act for Peace and Prosperity" which views creating jobs improving the lives of the people their main priority with the required funding coming from ending militarism and wars.
Does anyone really believe that a bunch of members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus now supporting Hillary Clinton have advanced a "People's Budget" for any other reason than to keep people trapped in the Democratic Party under the illusion that the lives of working class Americans will really be improved through voting for a bunch of Dumb Donkeys?
We need a new party to challenge Wall Street for political and economic power and we need this new party NOW, not decades down the road while we are still waiting for the Democrats to take a few baby steps on a long trail of non-existing "incremental reforms."
How much longer will people tolerate this farce that is nothing but a two-party trap being paced off as the world's greatest bastion of democracy?
Kind of ironic that people in Toronto and London are more familiar with this song than people here in the United States: