Low prices by way of low wages may sound appealing to those who only care about themselves, but it’s still not a good deal for them. It is in their best interests to want to pay higher prices so people can have higher wages, so they can buy more stuff and experience less poverty.
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) June 14, 2021
Just one more example (women’s suffrage, gay marriage) that persistent, unrelenting grass roots movements can win even against the most powerful interests. If you believe in UBI, join https://t.co/Pz0K5QBgnm. https://t.co/vh0j6Yx0PL
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) June 13, 2021
Today, President @lopezobrador_ and I discussed our shared interests in security, economic opportunity, vaccines, and migration. The United States sees Mexico as a partner on these issues. https://t.co/49p1iyChKu pic.twitter.com/Ux2oXihtcp
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) June 8, 2021
We have a once in a generation chance to deliver fundamental change — cash relief, small business recovery, better paying jobs, green reinvestment in NYCHA, safer streets, accessible mental healthcare, public banking, and real representation for you instead of special interests.
— Andrew Yang🧢🗽🇺🇸 (@AndrewYang) June 5, 2021
And yet, with our democracy and national security on the line, Republicans in Washington put political motivations and, frankly, their fear of Donald Trump ahead of our national interests. It’s cowardly, it’s undemocratic, and they must be held accountable. END
— Mike Levin (@MikeLevin) May 28, 2021