The public is way to the left of Republicans and the Corporate Democrats on these. -- antonStill not able to tell just what you're trying to do or say or expect in return. I thought we clarified that you wanted some examples of policies that show that we are a divided nation. The examples I gave are highly contested by half the country at least, probably more, but not everyone speaks up on policies. There are also millions who like the policies I listed. At least 25% of voters do, and they manage to control the Senate and governors and keep laws from being changed by getting involved at the local level.
You listed some liberal policies and included climate change which is a scientific theory and included money in politics which I think everyone hates, except those who get the money. For healthcare, Medicare, Medicaid and SSI are some of the most popular programs in US history, but there is this weird twist that some people think they should get it but others shouldn’t. I’m not sure how they justify that and I would call them “fringe”, not a group that really should have a say on policy.
Anyway, where is this conversation going?