I have had my fill of gossip in this election…..this is a reoccurring phenom in every election since Jefferson….it is getting sickening.
Instead of mentioning her plan for poverty on the campaign trail she issued an op-ed in NYTimes…….
Hillary Clinton penned an op-ed in today’s New York Times outlining her anti-poverty plan. She often talks about issues related to poverty, but this may be the first time in the general election that she has put forth a plan to address it. (she has been running for a year or more and it is important now…why?)
The best way to help families lift themselves out of poverty is to make it easier to find good-paying jobs. As president, one of my top priorities will be increasing economic growth that’s strong, fair and lasting. I will work with Democrats and Republicans to make a historic investment in good-paying jobs — jobs in infrastructure and manufacturing, technology and innovation, small businesses and clean energy. And we need to make sure that hard work is rewarded by raising the minimum wage and finally guaranteeing equal pay for women. (what part of this is a plan? Sounds like the same platitudes we always hear)
The American Enterprise Institute…..whose main concern is the maximizing of corporate profits…..
These are the same promises we always hear at election time…..where is the plan to actually get this done?
But to be fair…here is a link to the original report……
It is a lengthy report and if you read it then tell me where the promise can be fulfilled.
All this is just a re-hash of the bullshit from the DLC in the 1990’s……her plan will benefit no one but corporate interests…..
Please DO NOT be fooled by the bullshit passed off as a “plan”.
But speaking of a job…..let’s say Clinton wins the election and you would like a job in the White House….what must you do?
If you’re wondering how to get a job in a Hillary Clinton White House, start by reading campaign chairman John Podesta’s hacked emails.
From a billionaire plugging a federal official for a cabinet appointment to Podesta himself plugging the daughter of a friend for an internship, the trove of Podesta’s correspondence posted by WikiLeaks is a portrait of Washington insiderism, showing powerful people turning into supplicants using connections and flattery.