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  1. This is completely idiotic - the rest of society doesn't want to be on the hook for all the downstream social and financial consequences of the children and single mothers created by deadbeat dads.

  2. Does she plan to ban falling down a flight of stairs, drinking alcohol, and bulimia as well?

  3. Voting is necessary, but not sufficient on its own for change.

  4. Democrats should codify Roe now, before the midterms, or at least put the question to the Senate.

  5. What's stopping the House from just codifying Roe now, and at a minimum putting it to the Senate?

  6. An earlier comment with replies that may answer your question.

  7. Why not codify Roe now, when it's actually, clearly necessary?

  8. My final thought, because I’ve been ranting and raging too much here…

  9. Democrats should codify Roe now, and at a minimum the House should put the question to the Senate.

  10. They are all part of one criminal conspiracy. Billionaires fund it and direct it. The media manufactures consent for it. The politicians abuse their offices to further it.

  11. One part of a solution is addressing systemic corruption comprehensively, and at a root level.

  12. Fundamentally, what needs to be done is to address systemic corruption comprehensively and at a root level.

  13. We need to deal with systemic corruption comprehensively and at a root level.

  14. Yes, but the problem is at least as much systemic corruption as it is the poor character of the obscenely wealthy, though that is also a problem.

  15. The people making 100k still don't even register on the actual wealth/power scale.

  16. This is the take. It doesn’t matter how you paint it, defending your enormous salary as an elected official is not a good look…

  17. Billionaires/kleptocrats are enslaving, gaslighting, factory farming, and

  18. For the love of all that is holy, do both rather than doing nothing.

  19. I had to take micro and macroeconomics in college. I thought it would be interesting, until my professor started trying to convince us there should not be a minimum wage and that the invisible hand will take care of everything.

  20. Economists are paid to gaslight the public and working classes into slaving away for corporate/kleptocratic profits forever.

  21. The US is an oligarchy/plutocracy/kleptocracy, in which the ruling class uses the thin veneer of "democracy" to superficially legitimize their systems of mass human enslavement, abuse, and exploitation.

  22. millionaires are ok, billionaires arent? where would you draw the line? at which point in your wealthy life would you then need to give it up? think hard about it and tell me a system that could work, create a prosperous economy and at the same time get rid of all billionaires

  23. Like with age of consent laws, reasonable people can disagree on where the line should be, but not on whether there should be a line.

  24. There is. Even if you're poor, those people whom accrue that much wealth usually provide a service. And even if they don't, you can't exactly take it from them ethically. If you Tax the shit out of them, they'll leave the country, taking all the jobs with them and deprive the country of that economic steam. Not to mention, the government sure as shit doesn't spend it efficiently or effectively.

  25. The US is an oligarchy/plutocracy/kleptocracy, in which the ruling class uses the thin veneer of "democracy" to superficially legitimize their systems of mass human enslavement, abuse, and exploitation.

  26. Systemic corruption is a cancer that allows kleptocrats to rob, enslave, gaslight, and

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