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Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines introduced to condemn a resolution of emphasis on what he called “failed experiment” of socialism on Monday, and warned that the United States had “two paths” – with the “freedom”, and the other, “totalitarianism, the complete control of the government, and the abolition of our Constitution and our American way of life”.
The resolution comes as a new Fox News poll showed 54 percent of voters thought the U.S. movement from capitalism towards socialism would be a “bad thing” – also, as 53 percent of the primary voters said it would be a “good” development. To overcome the growing gap, is likely to play a Central role in the 2020 presidential election.
In his prepared remarks introducing the resolution, by Fox News, Daines, the Green New Deal and “Medicare criticized-for-all” – as well as the increase in partisanship on Capitol Hill. Less than an hour earlier, Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., similarly, division is condemned “hyperventilating hacks” to sow, rather than policy.
“We are at a pivotal time in our great nation’s history,” Daines. “We have shown the world, again and again, the genius of American ingenuity and grit of the American resolve. However, a radical, socialist, far-left movement is growing in this country. And it has taken root as the new voice of the Democratic party.”
Sen Steve Daines, R-Mont., was expcted to introduce a resolution on the condemnation of socialism.
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Daines said: “My grandpa was a Democrat from Billings, Montana. If he is still among us, he would be terrified to say some of the things that is far to the left, and to advocate. The words and actions of some radical members of the Democratic house, highlight this new standard for the democratic party.”
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To eliminate a draft copy of the resolution, said of Fox News, specifically target took on the Green New Deal, and “Medicare-for-all”, the proposals would be “to pay the private property of all the people in the United States” and the power of the taxpayers, trillions of dollars.
The Green New Deal could cost as much as $93 trillion euros, or around 600 000 dollars per household, according to a study co-authored by the former Director of the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office.
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“The renowned economist Milton Friedman who said,” One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programmes by their intentions rather than their results.’ Social Democrats fight to ensure that disastrous policy, the damage would be done to our economy under the guise of cleaning up the environment,” Daines claimed.
Earlier this year, Union leaders traditionally support Democrats — a similar contradiction to the Green New Deal, say raised, it could be blue-collar workers in the unemployment line.
Speaking to Reuters, a spokesman for the coal industry Union United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) specifically took offense to the Green New Deal resolution of the claim to a “fair and just transition for all communities and workers” to reach “net-zero greenhouse gas emissions” in the span of only ten years.
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“We have heard, that words such as ‘just transition’, but what this really means?” the spokesman, Phil Smith, said in an interview. “Our members are concerned about putting food on the table.”
Daines’ resolution ended with the reaffirmation, as President, Trump has done, that the United States “never” to a socialist country.
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In The Meantime, Bernie Sanders, Sen, I-Vt., to explain, under fire this week, how would he pay for his government-run “Medicare for all” plan, but took the time to the criticism in an interview last Sunday, with Jake Tapper, asking for a tax increase is likely to be necessary.
Sanders claimed that his plan would cut billions of dollars in health care costs due to the elimination of bureaucracy and the transfer of the price tag have together the more prosperous taxpayers. Also he suggested that Biden fellow 2020-presidential candidates Joe and a challenge for the feasibility of the proposal.
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“The wealthy will obviously pay the lion’s share of the taxes, but at the end of the day, the vast majority of the American population less pays significantly for the health care they receive now, because we are going to do away with hundreds of billions of dollars in administrative waste,” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“We will do away with the incredible business of the insurance and pharmaceutical companies making. So people will pay to, in some cases, more control, but overall… you will pay less for their health care. Of course, healthcare is not free. Now we pay for it through premiums and out-of-pocket costs. In Canada, it is paid for by taxes. We have to do.”
Fox News’ Nick Givas contributed to this report.