There are numerous ideological differences between the two major political parties in the United States today, some are superficial, others deep-rooted. But one of the main ones, I believe, is what their view of the purpose of government is. The Democratic Party largely believes in investing in people, while the Republican Party is more concerned with investing in Profit … profit for the already wealthy, that is, not for the average Joe.
I have shared two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof’s work before, and his column yesterday in the New York Times is another that needs to be read, pondered and absorbed. He makes the case for President Biden’s proposals for investment in the people of this nation, and he makes it well. If the Republican Party chooses not to participate, then perhaps it’s time we leave them behind … for the greater good, the good of the nation and
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