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EPISODE #230

AIRED: 03-01-2020

Our continued examination of Socialism in American politics leads us to perhaps the most critical question we all face this election year (though strangely, a question nobody seems to be asking): Do you and I, as individuals, have any legitimate responsibility for anyone else’s healthcare, student loans, or whether their kids are put in cages at the border as they try to invade the country? Or is it our own families and our own success that are the most important responsibilities we have? Also, Mayor Pete fails to come from behind in the Democratic Primary (cue laugh track), and so I tackle the question–is there any way that I could ever vote for a gay Presidential candidate?

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