The GOP is set to vote to end Medicare and Medicaid in the next few months.
And that’s a huge deal.
This will mean millions of seniors and seniors with disabilities will be left behind in a country where the system is set up to let a few billionaires and special interests run roughshod over the lives of everyone else.
And it will mean the GOP has to come to terms with a future where the party’s traditional base will be crushed by a new, far right wing that would not only be even more reactionary and racist, but would also destroy Medicare and other public benefits.
But that’s where we’re going.
The Republican Party is a party that has always been about advancing the interests of the wealthy.
It is a political party that thrives on the economic exploitation of the poor and middle class.
When we’re talking about the Republican Party, this means that we are talking about an era where the Republican platform and philosophy are predicated on the exploitation of middle class and working class people.
And the Republican Platform and philosophy have always been predicated upon the exploitation and exploitation of working class and poor people.
And so the Republican party has always sought to exploit and exploit working class, poor, and disabled people.
So if the GOP does the right thing by changing course, the future of the party and of the country will be very different than it was under the leadership of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.
The Republican party is about putting profits ahead of the people.
The Republican party would rather have a billionaire who wants to make his money and power by ripping off vulnerable people than a working class person who has to live in a place where he is working longer hours for less money and less of his time.
If the Republican agenda is to change the political landscape of America, it’s going to have to start with working class Americans.
The next president of the United States has the power to reverse decades of GOP orthodoxy.
If he does so, the GOP will have to begin to rethink its position on the very issues that it once held dear.