All you really want is a home you can live in comfortably, have the family over, let the grandkids run through...well there are people out there who don't want you to have it.
In politics, the media or business, an unspoken rule seems to be that accomplishing one's proprietary goals necessarily means discarding the quaint notion of being influenced by one's own conscience.
Bill Clinton has repeatedly put self-gratification above the best interest of the people and that is reflected even today in his throwing Obama under the train to protect those who are driven in limos.
Is this a case of the media creating an exploitative story for financial and/or political benefit or were they just doing their job and holding a politician's feet to the fire?
What does that do to the Petri dish of American society when injustice is virulent? Doesn't it create an ideal breeding ground for the kind of racism, intolerance, chauvinism and venomous "debate" that has become so mainstream today?
It's understandable that no candidate would choose to openly campaign on cannibalism, except perhaps Ron Paul, so this terrifying agenda has been well hidden by Romney's campaign until Ted Nugent's accidental slip about it at the NRA convention.
America has become one big cynical carnival of games but at least the GOP has even been considerate enough to throw in a number of clowns at no extra cost.
In his slippery slope argument against the ACA, Justice Alito simply asks us to consider all the people who've been bankrupted and have lost their homes having to pay for their own sudden burial and the ongoing costs of remaining dead.
Evangelicals/Dominionists are pursuing a dual strategy on public schools. They want to destroy them and turn education over to private religious schools and in the meantime, they want to control every aspect of public school curricula.
It is well known that the Religious Right are out to turn the world to Christ and what better way to do it than by using the biggest and strongest military in the world?