Sledgehammer Politics American Style


Article by Correspondent Dallas Darling When Mia, a fast-food worker and single mother of two, expressed concern over the government slowdown, being forced to spend an extra $175 per month for baby milk, it reminded me of sledgehammer politics. But before discussing how a Republican Speaker smashed through chamber doors with a sledgehammer, and then proceeded to seize the House from popularly elected Populists, sledgehammer politics always injures the most vulnerable members of society like Mia, the very people the State is sworn to protect. Working thirty hours a week at a meagerly wage of $8.03, Mia exists on a monthly income of only $600. The WIC program, that provides baby milk,…

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