Hat tip to my economist Jonathan Meer at A&M for this policy idea that's blindingly obvious once he stated it. Is there any principled counter-argument? Any *principled* reason for either D's or R's to vote against a narrowly-tailored amendment to the ACA?
“I believe when you are getting into good trouble, when you realize the 15th Amendment has guaranteed the fundamental right to vote, any action that is a peaceful action of civil disobedience is worthy.”
Trump just had peaceful demonstrators viciously attacked. No, Mr. President. This is not a dictatorship. This is the United States of America. Our citizens have a constitutional right to peacefully protest. It's called the First Amendment.