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Bwild: “President Joe Biden spoke at length about the challenges of getting coronavirus vaccines where Black Americans can best receive them, saying at a CNN town hall that his administration is prioritizing mobile vaccine clinics, community health centers and pharmacies in what he called “the toughest neighborhoods in terms of illness.”
“The other thing is, a lot of people don’t know how to register,” Biden said during the CNN town hall in Milwaukee. <span>“Not everybody in the community, the Hispanic and the African American community, particularly in rural areas that are distant and in inner-city districts … know how to use, know how to get online and determine how to get in line for the covid vaccination,” Biden said. “So we’re committed to spend a billion dollars on public education to help people figure out how they can get in.”
Bwild: Maybe. If he'd stay on message and stop it with the attacks. Hillary isn't very likable. She's an easy target. Have to exploit that. And there's the promise of an October email dump that will land Hillary in plenty of hot water. I'm hoping for that. I'd love to see her in striped pantsuits.
ketchuplover: I think Trump came to my State but I'm not sure. He can't win anyway. I can't stand big crowds so I'd never attend a rally. I live in a small town. I play guitar with the mayor here. lol. He's a conservative and we have coffee and chat about the city. That's the extent of my involvement in politics here. I like to read about it and complain but I can make differences elsewhere. ;)
crosseyed: I believe I said that. So we're in agreement there. People of all flavors can do good things and often do. I was simply pointing out that we hear about the bad people do because that makes the news. Feel good stories are a segment of only some news programs and are a small percentage of the overall coverage.
crosseyed: Religious or non religious - lots of people doing good works. They don't often make the news. Sometimes they do but most often they don't. They represent a huge majority of people. Those that do bad and violate the trust of others most often make the news. However, especially when it comes to children, it's terrible to read that someone in a position of power abused that trusted position. Children should always be protected and loved, guided and nurtured. Whenever we read where abuses happen, it's not the fault of religion, it's the fault of the fallen heart of men and women.
rod03801: I so agree. Hillary would be so bad for our country. I'd like to get rid of most of those in Washington. Most do what's right for their careers and not what's good for the people they represent.
rod03801: true the left likes to intimidate but there are conservatives that see through that nonsense. Those on the left claim the high ground while walking the dark path of deception. It won't work. God bless the Tea Party!
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