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Amy McGrath on the Issues


Amy McGrath is a former Marine fighter pilot who believes the GOP tax cuts are "fiscally irresponsible and in my opinion just morally wrong." She supports the Affordable Care Act, and is also "100% pro-choice."



Per Bloomberg, McGrath has also adopted a message about America and government that is clearly meant to counter Trump:


“The concern I have is this constant bashing of our institutions, of our principles, bashing the government itself,” she said. “Trust me, I’ve been to countries where there’s no government. And our government’s pretty damned good.”


We can make American governing institutions better, she said, "but we can’t make them better if nobody wants to go into them because we’re bashing them.”


She’s similarly concerned that core American principles are being undermined by attacks and indifference. “Our constitutional principles, which you can say, ‘Well, they’re on a paper and they’ll never be taken away.’ Folks, we have to fight for those every day. Freedom of the press -- you think that can’t go away? OK. Maybe.”



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