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Sunday, August 23, 2015

What's with this "American Dream" pandering? None of them are saying fix Wall Street and subordinate it to Main Street, and then fairly tax the rich so the 90 - 99% don't have to carry their weight. Bernie is the only one acknowledging income inequality is what's deep-sixed the American Dream. Not Clinton. Not one of the mob of equivalent interchangable parts on the GOP side.

Trump sent me a red ball cap saying, "ME TOO," but, well ...

YES. Trump should send each of the sweet sixteen a "ME TOO" cap, except for Jeb. Jeb deserves one with a big "W" on the front.

The image is from a Strib/AP item, here. An excerpt from early in the item

At the other end of the spectrum was former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a newcomer to events financed by conservative industrialists Charles and David Koch. Bush was attending his first national conference of Americans for Prosperity and was greeted with respectful but restrained applause by a group that rose essentially out of Republican dissatisfaction with federal spending under his brother, former President George W. Bush.

Cruz, a tea party favorite since his 2012 election, sparked deafening cheers in the Columbus Convention Center auditorium even before he took the stage, entering to the 1980s power anthem "Eye of the Tiger." During his speech Saturday, he went on to promise to "repeal every word of Obamacare," and" rip to shreds this catastrophic Iranian nuclear deal."

"Eye of the Tiger?" Don't know it but for a Koch Brothers' special event, at least one other tune exists. One giving due attention to who the Kochs are.

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