If you are a fat cat with no heart it is hard to argue with that.
But most Americans have hearts, they care about each other. That's why we, the majority, fight the Dark Side and the bright orange Cheetohead who leads them.
Yesterday we rallied in front of Senator Rubio's office in Miami. He continues to be 45's lackey in the efforts to dump the ACA and to make health care worse.
The numbers are out, under Trump's latest plan
(which he himself calls "mean") 22 million will lose health care benefits.
Don't stop now. Resist!
JUSTO WAS ONE OF US
With The Orange Loser running the country there is so much to resist. My heart goes out to our immigrants who's families he continues to belittle and tear apart. In Miami they are everywhere. Many do the most menial jobs, the one's most of us try to avoid.
Most Miamians avoid the hot sun and yard work. Lawn service trucks are everywhere.
Justo Delgado came here years ago from Peru and quickly found work mowing lawns. Over the years he developed a successful family landscaping business that maintains most of the yards on my street.
While I do my own yard work, I asked Justo for help three years ago. I needed someone to climb a tall tree and to lope off a thick rotten limb. It was much too high for me to tackle. I figured he'd ask one of his sons to do it but with no hesitation, Justo -ten years younger than me- did it himself. He was happy to crawl out on the limb with a chain saw dangling from his side.
Yesterday, he was doing similar work work for a neighbor down the block. Justo climbed a tall ladder with a pole saw in hand. As he cut through a hard-to-reach branch his pole hit a power line. Justo was electrocuted and fell to the ground. Efforts to revive him failed.
Our whole neighborhood is shaken by his death. He was one of us. So are his children, who, are back on our street this morning working. When a neighbor approached a son to express her condolences he thanked he and added, "We're working today to honor our father".
Justo was also one of millions of hard-working immigrants who we should honor, not vilify. We're in this together. All of us deserve understanding, respect, and back to where this conversation started, health care.