Millions of people are losing their homes
under the Republican's Reagan and Bush.
School loans were cut and of course the rich
have received the biggest tax breaks in
history and no breaks for low and middle
income people. Sub-minimum wages had been
proposed by Reagan, which if enacted would
have caused more minimum wage people to lose
their jobs to younger people. Reagan
eliminated many widow's benefits, he
eliminated legal aid for the poor and
proposed prayers in the schools. The
Republicans wanted major cuts in social
security programs. From 1946 to 1975,
according to a report from the Brookings
Institute, the United States has threatened
or resorted to armed intervention in other
countries on 215 separate occasions.
The U.S. force feeds us a sanitized version
of capitalism and distorts the truth about
other ideologies. Can there really be a
democracy in the U.S. when both major parties
really represent the same business interests?
Who is there to represent the people?
Who is there to vote for?
Is it better not to vote?
Not to vote is an expression, a demonstration of
no confidence and it happens
in every election............
Unless things change and we get a Jessie Jackson to rally around,
someone who understands the class struggle that is going on in this
country and understands racism which is caused by class antagonism
because he has lived through it, unless we have someone like that to vote
for I choose not to vote. for I choose not to vote.