“Let me contextualize,” she said. “When you’re No. 48 for mental health, when we’re No. 1 for maternal mortality, when you have an incarceration rate that’s on the rise and wages that are on the decline, then you are not the No. 1 place to live.”
While Stacy Abrams made some valid points with regards to mental health care in particular, in reading the article, how does whose in office relate to HIV positive rate? HIV/AIDS are transmitted by sex and sharing needles.
How is it whose in office affects such factors for maternal mortality as these?
I find it hypocritical she thinks it sucks, yet owns two houses there. While she makes some valid points, what solutions is she offering to Georgia’s problems?
Good question. I bet there are government policies that could help in areas like, say, mental health, but I certainly don’t have that expertise and have no idea if Stacey’s proposals would be effective (or even what they are, but surely she has some?)
As with most things, im sure everyone agrees the problem needs more money. The rub is how to spend it in a way that will actually make a difference.
If Soros is for her, all of us should be against her. George is one evil man, that hates God and is doing everything in his evil heart to ruin anything good that crosses his path. Stacey is a pawn to do his bidding.