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'Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us': Protesters Arrested as GOP Pass Senate Tax Bill Out of Committee


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'Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us': Protesters Arrested as GOP Pass Senate Tax Bill Out of Committee

Julia Conley, staff writer

Resistance groups hold protests across country as Republicans clear committee vote, advancing bill to Senate floor


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From the willingness to thrown tens of millions off of their health care, to the provisions of the tax bill to the arrests…sheer $adism.


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Imagine if millions of people obstructed the halls of power. Get ready for total, rolling, non cooperation starting in the streets.


#4

Trump has taken the class war nuclear


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Amen to that Giovanna.


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Shit, forget the plan. Missed my arrest at Jeff Flake, the snakes office. At least the prick has called Donald Trump for the delusional dildo, he is. Go Jeff go…


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Just get the government completely out of healthcare and it won’t matter what they do.

And by “out of healthcare”, in addition to having no role whatsoever in healthcare, I also mean out of the pockets of the insurance industry. Break the unholy alliance of government coercion and corporate greed.


#8

You need to reread the Preamble to the Constitution.


#9

Kill the bill!


#10

Call 'em up! Flake, Collins, Rubio, Mc Cain, Lee, Corker, Murkowski.


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I have.

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

Only morons believe the founders intended the phrase “promote the general Welfare” to mean that the U.S. was to be a Socialist totalitarian State. They damn sure didn’t include anything like that in the Constitution itself.


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And only objectivist trolls believe that the founders intended “the general welfare” solely to benefit corporations and the idle rich.


#13

I agree completely.
And in what way does that invalidate my point?