The Koch Brothers and ObamaCare: and Other Koch Brothers Facts Your best Interest
Demand Alabama Governor Robert Bentley expand Medicaid. Here’s his contact number 334-242-7100 or fax 334-353-0004. #UniteBlue Populist George Wallaces’ Alabama belongs to the people; Healthcare belongs to each and very citizen whether you claim it or not. Let us each one think for ourselves, in just one moment, bigotry not withstanding
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Demand 1 Alabama Governor Robert Bentley expand Medicaid. for 99% Here’s his contact number 334-242-7100 or fax 334-353-0004. #UniteBlue
Wallace replied, “You know, I tried to talk about good roads and good schools and all these things that have been part of my career, and nobody listened. And then I began talking about niggers, and they stomped the floor.”[17]
The following Governors Follow the Koch Brother’s Lead:
Mike Pence (IN), John Kasich (OH), Robert Bentley (AL), Bobby Jindal (LA), Sam Brownback (KS), Rick Perry (TX), Nikki Haley (SC), Nathan Deal (GA), Robert McDonnell (VA) and Jay Nixon (MO)
… Are toeing the line, regardless of the impact on their constituents.
So when Rick Scott of Florida stood up against the giants, AFP was meet with anger and disbelief,
“AFP IS EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED IN LEADERS IN FLORIDA SUGGESTING THAT THE SUNSHINE STATE SHOULD CREATE A HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE. AN EXCHANGE WILL INCREASE INSURANCE PREMIUMS ON CONSUMERS AND TAXES ON HARDWORKING FAMILIES. FLORIDA’S BEST INTENTIONS WILL BE MASKED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S ONEROUS REQUIREMENTS.” – Americans for Prosperity
The Koch Brothers and ObamaCare: and Other Koch Brothers Facts
Mike Pence (IN), John Kasich (OH), Robert Bentley (AL), Bobby Jindal (LA), Sam Brownback (KS), Rick Perry (TX), Nikki Haley (SC), Nathan Deal (GA), Robert McDonnell (VA) and Jay Nixon (MO)
When constructing history, context is all-important. Specific events tell us less about reality than the
social, political, and cultural
environments
that produced them.
The application of this truism is especially apparent in the construc- tion of Alabama constitutions. The 1819 Alabama document that cre- ated the state was written in the aftermath of the American Revolution and amidst westward expansion. Its assumptions were democratic and expansive within the context of a culture that believed African- Americans1 were unfit for political participation and that white women should not be exposed to such a sullied pro~ess.If~political culture allowed only white males to vote, then Alabama’s constitution makers believed all white males should be granted suffrage without regard to whether they owned property, attended church, believed in God, or were literatc3 Such beliefs were consistent with the prevalent Jacksonian democracy of the Southern frontier.At graduation exercises in the spring of 1964 at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina, Wallace received an honorary doctorate.[25] At the commencement, Bob Jones, Jr., read the following citation as a tribute to Wallace:“ Men who have fought for truth and righteousness have always been slandered, maligned, and misrepresented. The American press in its attacks upon Governor Wallace has demonstrated that it is no longer free, American, or honest. But you, Mr. Governor, have demonstrated not only by the overwhelming victories in the recent elections in your own state of Alabama but also in the showing which you have made in states long dominated by cheap demagogues and selfish radicals that there is still in America love for freedom, hard common sense, and at least some hope for the preservation of our constitutional liberties.[26]

 

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