What will Progressives do next to harm nation?

2013-04-21T00:00:00Z What will Progressives do next to harm nation? nwitimes.com
April 21, 2013 12:00 am

What will be the next steps the Progressives take to change the landscape of the United States?

First we got the Unaffordable Health Care Act that nobody got to read before it became law. Now we begin to see the many taxes the law imposes, one of which Congress has already rescinded because of the effect it would have on medical appliance makers. We also see the steps being taken by small and large businesses, ie: fewer employees being hired and  shorter hours for those already working.

A judge has approved selling the Plan B contraceptive/abortion pill over the counter to children under age 10.

The age-old establishment of a marriage between one man and one woman is being replaced by the union of same-sex couples. 

We also see the weakening of our armed forces and the challenge of the North Korean despot.

We can only imagine the schemes the Progressives have in mind for the future of this once-powerful nation.

- Michael Millikin, Valparaiso

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