6) Union labor is important, which is why liberal businesses should be legally obligated to ONLY use unionized labor. Granted, that might mean long delays, their competitors dramatically undercutting them on costs, or even going out of business, but wouldn't that be worth it for those people if they got to put more money in the pockets of union members?7) Fairness is very important. That's why we need to apply the Fairness Doctrine to newspaper editorial pages, MSNBC, Current TV, and the Huffington Post.
8) We all know animals (and trees) should have the same rights as human beings; so is it really worth it to save human lives if animals have suffered to make it possible? That's why it should be illegal to sell liberals insulin, antibiotics, drugs that fight AIDS/HIV and any other medicines that were made possible by testing that was done on animals.
9) Let's put salary caps in place to keep rich guys from earning money that they don't deserve. How about a maximum of $100,000 for any actor's appearance in a film? That seems fair, right? Wouldn't you agree to star in a major motion picture for $100,000?
10) Increasing diversity is an important goal; so we should set quotas to insure that every newspaper staff in America (and we can't forget MSNBC) have as many minorities present as there are in the population. It would also be nice if Netroots Nation wasn't as white as a snowstorm in Maine; so maybe next year some of those white, liberal attendees could give up their tickets to people of color.
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