Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is going to be the savior of our country – that we can tell you for sure. She introduced the illustrious Green New Deal where she explained in full detail how her plan will eliminate racism, sexism, xenophobia, fix our economy, guarantee jobs, make our country self-sustaining and remove all carbon emissions.
As the first youngest latinx woman to be elected into congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is already proving to be years ahead of her time. Her ideas are astounding and revolutionary. Among the many tenets of her Green New Deal is the following:
Economic security to all who are unable or unwilling to work is one of the most liberal and progressive ideas our country has ever seen. If implemented, this will make many people around the nation exceptionally happy. Financial security for those who are disabled or unable to work is a great idea – but not as good of an idea as financial security for those unwilling to work.
Who wants to go to work? How many people do you hear complaining about their jobs? How many times do you feel like quitting your job out of frustration? With the Green New Deal, people will no longer have to worry about financial repercussions for choosing not to work.
I didn’t graduate high school because of capitalism. I turned to drugs because of Trump. I had four abortions in the last two years because of conservatives. Thankfully the Green New Deal is on the table, which will make my life a lot easier because honestly – I don’t even want to work. I’m able to, sure. But I don’t wanna.
- Fredrick “The Booboo” Erikson, 31
Let’s face it – no one should be forced to work in this country. Working is a form of slavery and if we take a gander back in time, slavery was abolished over 150 years ago. It’s a free country and a big part of that concept is the word “free”. That’s why the Green New Deal is a good thing – because it will guarantee financial security for those who are unwilling to work and unwilling to subject themselves to the demands of cis-gendered white males running the corporations.
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