having usable roads and bridges is white supremacy

@animeirl in my mind infrastructure is supposed to be something that you build once and many people use it, while maintenance is regular but cheap. Building a dam, which provides power, but still needs skilled operation, oversight, and maintenance would be a great example. Who cares who builds it when all can benefit?

Paying nannies and daycare workers is simply not infrastructure under any definition. It may even be a good thing, but it doesn't fall under that category.



> "And women and the Democratic base really respond to what you might call softer infrastructure — child care; school; caregiving responsibilities — which have come home very vividly during covid," said Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster who advised Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.

...surprise! this is a product of the BlueMAGA consultancy orbit, otherwise known as one of the reasons Democrats keep losing elections. it won't stop until these people are purged from the party.

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