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What Republican Policies Yield

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March 5, 2016 by skokielib

Marco Rubio is upset that Democrats are “politicizing” the Flint Michigan water crisis. I don’t blame him. Because this failure of basic Republican ideology, this failure of Republican government to provide basic services offers a very good idea of what all Americans would be in for should Republicans be given free reign.

Republicans are always upset about politicizing any issue on which they lose. Which these days, is pretty much all issues. They really don’t have any solutions. But they have lots of fear to sell. Fear of what might be. But we don’t need fear of what might be. We need to wake up and see what happens when Republicans are in charge. Their putting money before all else results in the poisoning of children. It results in unsafe drinking water and an unsafe environment. This isn’t politicizing or selling fear. It is fact!

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