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Um, well, Mary, I don’t believe I said only...

Apr 08, 2013
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Um, well, Mary, I don’t believe I said only artists should have affordable housing and free health care. I said, “If we had universal health care and affordable housing, people could be more creative, sleep better at night, and live longer.” “We” as in, us, and “people,” as in, well, people. This includes plumbers, teachers, housewives, househusbands, sanitation workers, etc. Have a nice night.

Um, well, Mary, I don’t believe I said only artists should have affordable housing and free health care. I said, “If we had universal health care and affordable housing, people could be more creative, sleep better at night, and live longer.” “We” as in, us, and “people,” as in, well, people. This includes plumbers, teachers, housewives, househusbands, sanitation workers, etc. Have a nice night.

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  12. emilyerock said: Wow. That’s really American of Mary to think that her privileged experience can happen for anyone if they’re just “good enough.”
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