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Shut Down 2019

Anyone going to talk about the fact that there are over 500 Congressmen and women who are guaranteed 6-figure salaries, and only about 70 of them are donating their paychecks during this shutdown? We’re in this mess because the people in power can’t figure out how to get along and yet they’re still getting paid for it. The average yearly pay for senators and representatives is $174,000. Divide that by 12 and that comes to roughly $14,500 a month. Per person. If each congress person gave up just half of their (extremely large) salary during this shut down, that’s almost $4 million put back into the government. Now I don’t know how all the logistics would work, but that’s a whole lot of government workers who would get payed back for the fact that the congress and President can’t figure out how to act like grownups and compromise. And just a quick disclaimer: I would absolutely be saying President Trump needs to give up at least some of his salary too but he already doesn’t take a salary.

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Shutdown!

Let’s dumb this down. Trump wants wall, Democrats don’t. Trump needs 25 billion dollars for wall and asks congress for only 5 billion but Democrats say no. Trump attempts to negotiate and offers to help support the DACA program in exchange for border wall funding, this is commonly referred to as a compromise, but Democrats say no. Trump has continuously attempted to compromise and negotiate but the democrats simply say no to anything he tries to put forth. Democrats are the ones being ridiculous here and its obvious they will not do any give and take all democrats want is to take take take!

anonymous asked:

Hey so I'm not American and have been following you to educate myself on American politics and politics in general and I agree with a lot of the views you've expressed so far that I've seen. I was wondering if some democratic candidates go to Wall Street for funding, why would that compromise their morals/means they're no longer progressive? I know WS is shady but like, am I missing how bad they really are?

Great question!

Yes, many Democratic candidates do go to Wall St. to fund their campaigns. This compromises their “progressive” title because big $ interests (AKA Wall St.) are inherently against progressive reforms on a direct and indirect level. The wealthy want lower taxes (which they’ve acheived), greater political influence (which they’ve achieved), and less government regulations (which they’ve acheived).

So how are Dems complicit? Alongside Republicans, they take money from Wall St. with the agreement that they either help them achieve their goals or at the very least, maintain their self-serving status quo. When the wealthy earn more money, they can further influence the political system, and when they further influence the political system, they earn more money (and so the vicious cycle continues).

As a result, the needs of the working and middle classes are left unaddressed because ordinary Americans providing individual campaign contributions can’t compete financially with Wall St. That is, a candidate’s true political platform focuses less on Americans’ interests because they aren’t the ones financing the campaign - Wall St. is. NOTE: Candidates will pretend to care, but at the end of the day, the bills they pass do not often reflect these population’s interests.

If you look at wealth/income inequality statistics, at how vastly unpopular Congress is, and at how disaffected Americans feel with the U.S. political system, you will see the consequences that Wall St. has on this country.

it’s honestly ridiculous how people are actually supporting Trump and his shutdown. The government, which is literally in charge of running the country, is shut down. Meaning, therefore, that federal workers are not getting paid, national parks aren’t open— but Trump’s salary is still coming in. Does anyone realize what this means? Airport security workers are being treated like slaves; they’re forced to work and they ARE NOT GETTING PAID. When is anyone going to stop this madness? When is anyone going to realize what a mistake the 2016 election was?