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Ideology that believes government is bad, and that public institutions and places are not valuable, is as destructive as corporate greed.
The combat exclusion policy was adopted during the Clinton Administration in 1994 and says women can 'be assigned to all positions for which they are qualified, except that women shall be excluded from assignment to units below the brigade level whose primary mission is to engage in direct combat on the ground.'
Choosing to work where there is a union and getting the related benefits of higher wages and collective bargaining, but not paying a fair share of the costs of representation, would be freeloading, right?
I'm a proponent of single-payer health-care, public education, protecting the environment - all the things Democrats rally around.
The opposite of corporate greed is personal generosity. Government policies that enable the former and prevent the latter are both worthy of protest.
I bring to the table core Democratic values and can articulate them very strongly. I'm not someone who tries to claim the middle.
In Maine, nobody is required to belong to a union or pay dues.
I want to stop directing so many of resources to the military budget and focus them here at home. I believe government should invest in public infrastructure.
It's really Democrats who are fighting for working families and small businesses and trying to address the biggest problems that we have, which are huge disparities in incomes and wealth and money influencing the Democratic process.
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