Voting for Peace | Blue Oklahoma
OK Gazette ... By Nathaniel Batchelder Thinking about the Nov. 6 elections, it is clear to me that we the people must stand in the gap to reverse America's drift toward becoming a nation and government of, for and by the few doing very well, while the many struggle merely to get by. The stakes are daunting. It is shocking that candidates on the national scene express commitment to giving more tax cuts to the wealthy and addressing the deficit only by cutting social programs serving America's most vulnerable. They would repeal the Affordable Care Act, removing health insurance from some 30 million qualifying people. They would privatize Medicare with vouchers.