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Yeah, well, Hitler was able to get his approval ratings up with the same tactic …. lying.
Looks like you are unfamiliar with the liberal media.
Whether they become the accepted standard will decide whether we keep a democracy or not.
First of all, we don't have a Democracy. Second of all, your form of government hasn't budged in 3 1/2 years.
Obviously that's just one (or two) right wing polls …. maybe even three or four
Gallup: center left
Either we keep America great …. or go Trumpican.
Unemployment was 3.5%, and the DOW was 30,000 pre-pandemic.
Hopefully sanity and pride will out
The Democrats just attempted to put diversity training, climate change, $15 minimum wage, and $35 million for the JFK Center into a Coronavirus Emergency aid bill.
With 17 million Germans receiving assistance under the auspices of NSV by 1939, the agency "projected a powerful image of caring and support". The Nazis provided a plethora of social welfare programs under the Nazi concept of Volksgemeinschaft, which promoted the collectivity of a people's community where citizens would sacrifice themselves for the greater good. The NSV operated 8,000 day-nurseries by 1939 and funded holiday homes for mothers, distributed additional food for large families and was involved with a wide variety of other facilities.
The Nazi social welfare provisions included old age insurance, rent supplements, unemployment and disability benefits, old-age homes and interest-free loans for married couples, along with healthcare insurance, which was not decreed mandatory until 1941. One of the NSV branches, the Office of Institutional and Special Welfare, was responsible "for travellers' aid at railway stations; relief for ex-convicts; 'support' for re-migrants from abroad; assistance for the physically disabled, hard-of-hearing, deaf, mute, and blind; relief for the elderly, homeless and alcoholics; and the fight against illicit drugs and epidemics". The Office of Youth Relief, which had 30,000 branch offices by 1941, took the job of supervising "social workers, corrective training, mediation assistance" and dealing with judicial authorities to prevent juvenile delinquency.
One of the NSV's premier activities was the Winter Relief of the German People, which coordinated an annual drive to collect charity for the poor under the slogan: "None shall starve or freeze". These social welfare programs represented a Hitlerian endeavor to lift the community above the individual while promoting the wellbeing of all bona fide citizens. As Hitler told a reporter in 1934, he was determined to give Germans "the highest possible standard of living".
During World War II, the NSV took over more and more governmental responsibilities, especially in the fields of child and youth labor. The expenses for the Nazi’s welfare state continued to mount, increasing significantly just before and after the beginning of World War II. In three budgetary years, the funds required by Germany's social welfare programs had more than doubled from 640.4 million Reichmarks in 1938 to 1,395.3 million Reichmarks by 1941.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!