Marianne Williamson: Peacebuilders Will Have a Seat At the Table of Power

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Published on July 23, 2019

Democratic Presidential hopeful and author of “A Politics of Love,” Marianne Williamson, believes there should be a Department of Peace.

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  • P K 2 years ago

    Pleasantly surprised, no wasted second, total sense, no bs, shed be a great president. Wish CBS gave her bit more time to speak

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  • KingKazma _ 2 years ago

    You need to support Medicare For All Marianne. I support you but this is a very bad position for people and politically as you’re agreeing with Joe Biden and the Pharmaceutical Industry.

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  • Joseph Clemente 2 years ago

    meh. Warren is still my squeeze.

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  • Jay Torr 2 years ago

    The texture of her voice is unlistenable: she’s trying too hard to overcompensate… like a brittish librarian talking into a fan!!

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  • Kingsley Ezeanaka 2 years ago

    She did 10 times better here than in the debate.

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  • Jack Warren 2 years ago

    Painful to watch…honey, go home

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  • Alexander Campbell 2 years ago

    Marriane Williamson AND “Coven Witch From The Film Heridatry Who Wants The FamilyNot To Suffer As They Die As The Demon Is Brought Forth”

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  • Time-traveling Troll 2 years ago

    Speaks from the heart, but I’m afraid she’s way out of her element. Then again, I thought Trump would never make it past the first round of republican debates, so who knows….
    Still, she’s kinda hot for being 67, giggity giggity.

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  • F Z 2 years ago

    I agree w her message on peace, disappointed that she’s flip flopped on Medicare for all. The whole “forcing people off of private insurance they love” trope is BS pushed by those very private insurance companies into political discussion. We don’t have a public option for k-12 schooling, we just have public school. If you want to buy private school for your kids, you still have to pay property taxes for the public schools anyways, as it should be. That’s part of why public education is chronically underfunded, particularly in areas w great economic disparity, our interests and experiences diverge based on whos elite and who isn’t. Also, unlike education, m4a only bans duplicative coverage, which is just a list of procedures insurance covers. Schools can vary a TON in comparison to two healthcare plans that cover the exact same things.

    Single payer is better than a public option – it saves more money, it creates a better business environment (higher labor mobility and entrepreneurship as well as Lower costs for small businesses and startups), it erases gaps in coverage, and it ties our interests together.

    If social security or Medicare for those 65+ was a “public option” where only poor and middle class people chose it, would it still exist today? OF COURSE NOT. THATS WHY FDR MADE IT UNIVERSAL

    Medicare for all is the obvious choice. Paying for private healthcare is a private tax. M4a eliminates that private tax and replaces it with a cheaper public tax. It saves lives, helps our economy, and provides a basic degree of human dignity and security that has been a right in every other developed country (all of which are poorer than us), for decades. A public option doesn’t have the economic benefits, will be endlessly politically vulnerable to cuts in benefits and raises in premiums, and people won’t be able to keep their doctors as under m4a

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  • Fran Fresno 2 years ago

    She’s nuts but she’s frigging lovely. ❤️❤️

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  • Jeff Maylor 2 years ago

    She doesn’t believe anything she says. She just makes money off gullible White people.

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  • Rachel K 2 years ago

    Does she ever age?

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  • zizinnnn 2 years ago

    everything she says makes sense BUT war and disease are ways to make money and if you don’t change this, you don’t change much

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  • Matthew Boyce 2 years ago

    She sounds intelligent but our county is too far into the forest to see the trees.

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  • Alexander Campbell 2 years ago

    Marianne Wulliamson AND “Oprah Is Campaigning For Kamala Harris”

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  • Rita Forte 2 years ago

    Break it down Marianne!

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  • Mich Paddington 2 years ago

    The democrats so wanted Oprah to enter the race who has no political experience…. bit hypocritical.

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  • Lisa Cory 2 years ago

    Heard her speak last week in LA, she was powerful & fabulous. She has a super smart plus well rounded mind, a heart with a long track record of public service, she’s known and respected internationally, is an excellent public speaker (especially when given more than 7 mins), she dreams big and yet is aware of needed bridges. She outshines them all !!. – even Harris and Warren whom I admire. I realize the slim likelihood of presidency, but right now I am supporting her voice of reason, ethics and compassion to be heard!

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  • Alexander Campbell 2 years ago

    Marianne Williamson AND “Elder Disney Villainess Who Thinks She Is The Young Princess”

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  • Wendy Pastore 2 years ago

    I can’t help it but I sort of love her. Not going to vote for her in the primaries but I still love having her around.

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