Sunday, August 08, 2010

The non-negotiables

There's a post over on Democratic Underground entitled "It Ain't working" that includes the following:

Only in America would the slight improvement of health care insurance, giving people who already have jobs some money to buy a house or car could be considered a great improvements. Are our expectations that low?

The basic non-negotiable demands for all progressive should be simple. A job for everyone that wants one and health care for all. Anything less is nothing at all.

I think it's something worth pondering. Really.

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