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  1. This is so SHOCKING! Brace yourselves! He shoulda hung for this!
  2. Plain and simple and I just want to hear if people think this is a possible way to take our power back and start making Washington work for us and Wall Street lose at least a little and slowly maybe even more and more. Instead of being the 99% camping out on Wall Street being labeled as losers, lazy and many other negative things we somehow turn our attention to the media starting with local news stations in as many towns as we can. Start picketing them to follow up on stories they initially start about corruption in government locally including branches where funds were misused by those in charge of education, human services, etc. In Des Moines we had the head of education give herself some ridiculous raise in the hundreds of thousands while school budgets were cut further and further down, art, music and drama programs cut, grades dropped among students due to teacher cut backs and more. The local news reported her name and her crime. Congress requested her appear and answer questions. She refused a few times. No warrant or arrest was made like should be the case. Then, in the end, she appeared, answered some questions that weren't very tough considering her crime. Nothing more was ever reported. Her name was forgotten. Did she have to pay the money back. I don't think so but there was no local news program that claimed this to be an outrage. I don't even remember if they followed up with the findings. No jail time was heard of but she lost her position. Let's push the reporters to stop giggling about their own banter and a goat that was confused in traffic this morning and make them remember that their real purpose was to be the watchdogs for the people. Let's make it not so fun to go into work and leave the building throughout the day until they giggle less and deal with the serious stuff more.
  3. What is your favorite political parody? Comedy is important to politics because it seems like comedians can be more honest about politics through comedy. People on Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, ABC, all hold back on some of their stronger opinions because they cannot be blatantly honest and they have a formula they have to follow. Comedy allows people to be free. What is your favorite political parody? This is mine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSnMSrXzMpA It is of a man who claims to be a tea party member singing about how President Obama doesn't love America.
  4. What is "deeply rooted" in America are American's who are weary of criminals, and the manner in which Black criminals are held in high esteem by liberals and our administration for nothing but political favor, and White law enforcement are the ones who are demonized because they enforce the law when dealing with Blacks and Whites alike, but are chastised when a Black is their target. Obama is guilty of exacerbating an the current disharmony between Blacks and Whites. His words incite more violence, which is his just part of his devious mind working to ensure more constituents join his party and rally together. Obama is a sick puppy. WHITE HOUSE Obama tells BET racism 'deeply rooted' in American society Published December 08, 2014Associated Press December 1, 2014: President Barack Obama, center, speaks during his meeting with elected officials, law enforcement officials and community and faith leaders in the Old Executive Office Building on the White House Complex in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is prescribing time and vigilance to tackle problems as entrenched in American society as racism and bias. He also is urging patience, saying progress usually comes in small steps. In an interview with BET, the president described his conversation with a group of young civil rights activists, including a leader of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, he hosted last week in the Oval Office. Obama said he told them that "this is something that is deeply rooted in our society, it's deeply rooted in our history." America has made gains, and that "gives us hope" of making more progress, he said. "We can't equate what is happening now to what was happening 50 years ago," Obama said, "and if you talk to your parents, grandparents, uncles, they'll tell you that things are better, not good in some places, but better." Obama said he is advising young people to be persistent because "typically progress is in steps, it's in increments." In dealing with something "as deeply rooted as racism or bias in any society, you've got to have vigilance but you have to recognize that it's going to take some time and you just have to be steady so that you don't give up when you don't get all the way there," Obama said. The full interview is set to air Monday night. A video excerpt was released Sunday.
  5. Do you liberals love multiculturalism so much that you still are in favor of open borders? How many more Ebola infected refugees from West Africa does it take before you will recognize that your family may end up dead because of it? There are a few countries in Africa that have in fact defeated Ebola. What do they have in common? They all enforced strict border controls! http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/AF_EBOLA_AFRICA_CONTAINMENT?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2014-10-16-14-24-38 Some of your children are paralyzed and have died because of the enterovirus. Do you know that has been traced to Central America? Now when was there a recent influx from central America, hmmm. Your messiah has by incompetence or malfeasance slaughtered your own people. How do you feel about that? http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/us/bombshell-claim-deadly-enterovirus-d68-first-identified-in-cities-that-have-one-significant-thing-in-common There is a reason why a cell has a cell wall. There is a reason why castles have moats and medieval cities had walls. There is a reason why even liberals have skins; and there is a reason why most rational countries, including Mexico have strict border controls.
  6. There has been alot of news about how Cheney and Bush were right about Iraq recently. Well they should be, as they invented the problem with knowledge beforehand that the current situation would be the result. Cheney was dead right about Iraq in 1994. But dead wrong or intentionally wrong in 2002. In Cheney´s own words from 1994: "Because if we'd gone to Baghdad we would have been all alone. There wouldn't have been anybody else with us. There would have been a U.S. occupation of Iraq. None of the Arab forces that were willing to fight with us in Kuwait were willing to invade Iraq. Once you got to Iraq and took it over, took down Saddam Hussein's government, then what are you going to put in its place? That's a very volatile part of the world, and if you take down the central government of Iraq, you could very easily end up seeing pieces of Iraq fly off: part of it, the Syrians would like to have to the west, part of it - eastern Iraq - the Iranians would like to claim, they fought over it for eight years. In the north you've got the Kurds, and if the Kurds spin loose and join with the Kurds in Turkey, then you threaten the territorial integrity of Turkey. It's a quagmire if you go that far and try to take over Iraq. The other thing was casualties. Everyone was impressed with the fact we were able to do our job with as few casualties as we had. But for the 146 Americans killed in action, and for their families - it wasn't a cheap war. And the question for the president, in terms of whether or not we went on to Baghdad, took additional casualties in an effort to get Saddam Hussein, was how many additional dead Americans is Saddam worth? Our judgment was, not very many, and I think we got it right." Dick Cheney April 15, 1994 in a C-Span interview I agree that we need to do something about ISIS in Iraq and Syria but to so blindly dismiss culpability for the mess they created is disgusting. Dick Cheney gave a now prophetic interpretation of what it would mean to topple Hussein in 1994, all of which is now coming to pass. Referring to Cheney´s words from 1994, I can only surmise that the current state of affairs is exactly what they intended by going to war in Iraq. Both Bush and Cheney families are heavily invested in defense and oil contracting with some of the largest players in the business of war, Haliburton, KBR, to name a couple. By ensuring America is in a state of perpetual war, they are ensuring their families, friends, and associates futures. Its really quite disgusting and so divorced from any notion of a common good, nearly unfathomable for someone like myself. But, I guess when you earn your fortune as a CEO for Haliburton in times of unrest and war, it changes your perspective of right and wrong. I can only hope that if this is their motivation for throwing America into the fire, they burn themselves´, in an everlasting fire.
  7. Bullet by bullet, cent by cent, K.R.G. President Massoud Barzani continues to trade independence for the approval of the United States, Iran, and the faltering Iraqi government. In exchange for capitulating on an Independence referendum, Kurdistan ‘s Peshmerga will CONTINUE to receive a trickle of weapons, with the vast majority still funneled through the self serving Baghdadi government. Barzani’s KDP party has even been specifically, further isolated from military support, with the Iran aligned PUK party receiving the majority of advanced weapons from the US and Iran. If the months of fiery rhetoric regarding Kurdish independence were not merely a political ploy to gain influence in the Iraqi government, the man so commonly described as a lion has seemingly been starved into obedience. The PUK/ KDP division will continue in any post Islamic State world, with the president of Iraq always being selected from the PUK party. As long as there is a Kurdish figurehead position within the Iraqi government, one that has been specifically selected to endorse the Iranian Shiite agenda, there will be an inorganic power struggle within the KRG: the nationalist, conservative KDP party seeking independence, while the Iranian and Baghdadi proxy party PUK seeks to ensure the economic interests of its chief source of nourishment and empowerment. The PUK large presence in the disputed, oil rich Kirkuk could mean the end of any dream of Kurdish Independent. Faud Masuand, current president of Iraq, has already begun to urge Peshmerga out of portions of the region; there should be no surprise when the figure head president declares Kirkuk’s oil fields as rightfully Baghdadi owned. The KRG’s deputy Prime Minister Quban Talabani stated that there is still a great imbalance between the weaponry used by the Islamic State and that of the Kurds. While Talabani pleas with the west to support the religiously tolerant, Israel and American friendly Kurdish region, the United States continues to increase funding to assorted groups of Syrian revolutionaries – many of which have traveled to Syria on Jihad. Because of their status as soldiers of a “non-state, ” Kurdish troops are told that American and European countries cant supply with weapons or TRAINING unless coordinated through Baghdad – the current status of Libya and Syria would suggest the opposite is true in differencing circumstances. Despite being starved into submission – through military isolation and oil sanctions – president Barzani still cowers from independence, in exchange for his safe, subservient place at the Iraqi table, content with receiving mere scraps from the ruling Iraqi/Iranian government and the myopic,hypocritical western governments that initially propped it up. The Kurds, despite what president Barzani believes is a positive servant/master relationship with America, wont benefit from attachment to the Sunni/ Shiite civil war that will ever increasingly be waged to Kurdistans’s south.With the Sunni run Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia sponsoring Jihadist groups in a proxy wars against Syria and Iraq, resolution could only be accomplished by an American intervention that wont ever be considered: More than weapons funding and air strikes, if sanctions and legitimate threats are bestowed upon the pan-Arab countries who are currently funding this war, the Islamic State will wither and die. If the United States does not take this action, their policy will reveal its true nature: oil deals, more than basic morality, recent historical responsibility, and the deaths of millions of Middle Easterners, is the paramount issue regarding the United States decision making process. If the Kurds CONTINUE to rely on a culturally ignorant, sorted, capitalistically minded American foreign policy to protect and guide them, they will forever lose their chance for independence.
  8. you read the full article on my blog: http://sgresearchinitiative.wordpress.com/ The Iraqi national borders are factually a culturally blind, capitalistically minded creation of 20th century Imperial England. After World War 1, during the fragmentation of the former Ottoman Empire, the League of Nations granted England the land currently known as Iraq. With quixotic visions of the Garden of Eden sprawled out through their minds, the English pictured a time when their Indian colonists would grow enough food for the entire British Empire, cultivated on the fertile shores of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Originally slated to become an independent state, the Kurdish Region, including Its ancestral capitol of Kirkuk, later was denied and fused with the rest of modern Iraq; the discovery of large oil reserves surrounding Kirkuk had made the area especially important to the English. In 1918, Kurdish leaders unsuccessfully requested English support for a united, independent Kurdistan. Tensions between the Kurds and the British occupiers would continue to mount when the Meccan born Faisal bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashim, a man nearly no Kurd had ever heard of, was installed the first King of Iraq. The people of the region have faced their share of death, destruction, and betrayal since 1918: in the 1920s, Winston Churchill advised and authorized use of mustard gas to suppress Kurdish leader Mahmud Barzanji’s Kurdish revolt; in 1945, the short-lived, soviet backed Mahabad Republic was created, abandoned, and left to be destroyed by Iran; in 1974, seeking only to slightly weaken the Iraqi Government, the United States and Iran initiated a Kurdish revolt- only to abandon the plan midway and leave the Kurds to be massacred; during the 80s, Hussein led the infamous Al Anfal campaign against the Kurds, murdering and displacing tens of thousands. Propaganda, Exploitation, and cruel despotic power have been the only agents of Iraqi preservation. In 1991, after the Gulf War, the American exit allowed the Saddam Régime to reinstitute its genocide of the Kurdish people. As a result the United States would eventually enforce a no-fly zone over the Iraqi Kurdish region. It is under this most recent protection that the largest ethnic group without a recognized nation-state began their most promising attempt at independence. Now free from the destruction and violence of Hussein’s genocidal Al- Anfal campaign, the KRG’s 1970’s autonomous accord agreement was finally reaching its desired fruition: A Kurdish flag was flown all through the region; a national anthem was created; a new generation grew up within this autonomous zone, isolated from the Arab culture and language of the south; various political parties have formed; independent relationships with many international governments had even formed. Israel and China have both released statements supporting Kurdish autonomy. Through Foreign aid and black market deals with Turkey and Iran, Kurdistan began to grow its wealth. In addition to the oil being exported in the U.N.’s nobly titled oil for food program, the Ibrahim al-Khalil crossing on the Turkish border become a viable, profitable method for transporting oil out of the region. The relationship with Turkey would prove critically valuable in the future. The culturally tolerant, pro-western Kurdish region now stood in sharp contrast to the genocidal Government threateningly looming just below its borders. When America would officially return in 2003, they would allow the Kurds to come even closer to their dreams of independence. Fighting on the side of the coalition forces, the Kurds established a great deal more power during the chaos of war times, even briefly seizing control of Kirkuk. Afraid that a Kircuk included KRG would spark a civil war, the United States convinced the Kurds into militarily exiting their ancestral home. Although leaving Kircuk was a bitter reminder of how quickly fortunes can change, The Kurdish people rejoiced to be finally free from Saddam Hussein. When entering in the North of South of Iraq, American soldiers had been greeted as liberators. The celebration over the fall of Saddam Hussein was short lived, as the struggling new Iraq quickly began to break down. The third American approved Shiite prime minister since the 03 invasions Nouri al- Maliki promised to increase Sunni representation in the army and central government. However, Prime Minister al-Maliki’s detention of thousands of Sunnis without trial, destruction of the democratically chosen Iraqiyya party, and the bombing of Sunni civilian areas has only further alienated the majority of the afflicted Sunni population. Prime Minister al-Maliki’s grandfather actually served as minister of education under the first British installed puppet king of Iraq. When the IS, an extremist Al Qaeda splinter group would aim to create an caliphate out of Iraq and Syria, they would find their enemies terminally divided. With Iraqi troops fleeing from IS forces and abandoning their positions in Kirkuk and its neighboring territory, the Kurds returned to their ancestral land and are currently protecting the region’s diverse population and coveted oil fields. However, the IS threat against the KRG has never been greater. Already in control of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city and a southern neighbor of the KRG, the IS forces have used abandoned United Sates weaponry, vehicles, and military bases to launch their first successful attacks on Kurdish territory The Obama administration, afraid to be credited with the splitting of Iraq, has appeared more fearful of Kurdish autonomy than Kurdish destruction. While the IS battled for supremacy within the region, Baghdad and the United states declared oil originating from the Kurdish region as stolen, despite the Supreme Court of Iraq stating the contrary. Any actor who perpetrates the alleged criminal act of purchasing the oil will likely face charges and be banned from future southern Iraqi Oil fields dealings. Rather than assisting the Kurdish people in thwarting the IS, the American administration had focused entirely on how to keep the KRG embattled and financially blockaded enough to no longer seek autonomy. . Only with the global community rising up in the face of potential genocide and unprecedented instability, the pensive, conforming, tarrying, Obama administration finally confronted their fear of saying the word “Iraq” and did what should have been done months ago: provide incentives for Shiite politicians to oppose the divisive al- Maliki: provide the Kurdish people with financial and military aid: protect billions of dollars worth of foreign investments; ensure that American weaponry doesn’t fuel the creation of a genocidal, fascist Islamic state. For months the KRG has pleaded with the Obama administration for military aid, only to be told to first acquiesce to the demands of Baghdad. Financially starved and militarily drained, with all of Iraq on the brink of destruction, the Kurdish region, had finally received American assistance On the subject of the Al Qaeda splinter group becoming a significant threat, President Obama stated,”If a junior varsity team puts on Lakers uniforms, does that make them Kobe Bryant?” That splinter group has become a full-fledged military force, in no small part due to the United States’ complete failure to recognize, at the least, a significant regional threats. President Obama’s previous support for an administration that fails to honor the Iraqi constitution or the Iraqi Supreme Court, and his complete forsaking of the Kurdish and Sunni people has contributed to the division and disenfranchisement that so frequently breeds terror.While the ever-pleasing President Obama accomplished his main goal of satisfying his constitutes enough to win two terms, the abrupt, vote pandering exit and political misinterpretations that followed have brought Iraq back to crisis. An administration that places more importance on electioneering than human rights and moral responsibilities certainly doesn’t embody change anyone can believe in. If the IS is destroyed tomorrow, the United States will pressure the Kurds into giving Kirkuk to the central Iraqi government, regardless of whether or not al-Maliki is present. The KRG has questioned the constitutionality of the Iraqi oil Ministry’s deals with foreign oil companies, as the disputed land’s ownership has yet to be determined by referendum. The Iraqi constitution granted right wont stop the United States and Baghdad from requesting Kurdish withdrawal from their ancestral homelands -and a return to a unified Iraq. The Obama administration and Bagdad could never militarily force a Kurdish exit, especially due to many years of positive media portrayals of the the Kurds. If the IS happens to be contained after the KRG loses land to the extremists, America’s largest obstacle in obtaining Iraqi unity would be removed- without the political and global complications of taking the land directly back from the Kurds. Conflicting motives make poor allies.However,with the insatiable need China and Russia have for oil, the Kurds are not short on potential allies who don’t mind crossing America.
  9. What a twist! House Republicans voted to proceed with a lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday, saying that his executive actions are so extreme that they violate the Constitution. The nearly party-line vote — all Democrats voted against it, and all but five Republicans voted for it — further agitated an already polarized climate on Capitol Hill as both parties used the pending suit to try to rally support ahead of the November elections. Halfway across the continent, Obama almost gloated at the prospect of being sued... Weeell, wish Good luck to gentleman. We'll have to see what can it lead to
  10. What a wonderful day! Finally our Congress agreed to put Obama into court for all his evil actions. I thought that it would be useful to highlight some aftermath of his presidency. 1) Our national debt is bigger then the sum of debts by all the other presidents. 2) All those money were spent on the military development, on creating installations, on supporting terrorist groups, military governments, rabels and traitors. 3) Brought here thousands of uneducated sick people, allowed them to settle down in our cities, live in the neighborhood, made for them multiple donations and other support 4) Created a taxation system for healthcare 5) Supported gay couples, marriages and other perversions that deprave our community 6) Put our relations with China and Russia into a crisis edge. I'm sure I forgot something. And i'm still wondering how could we be waiting for so long?
  11. Why do we still entrust our country to this terrorist? It became quite obvious that 0bama is paid by those terrorist groups, which would like to proclaim autocracy in the Middle East. That’s why they use our military forces as a gun fodder in the region.Why do we still entrust our country to this terrorist? It became quite obvious that 0bama is paid by those terrorist groups, which would like to proclaim autocracy in the Middle East. That’s why they use our military forces as a gun fodder in the region.
  12. How can this country be called the most powerful if we can’t even start solving our internal problems? Did you know that if the Chinese govt asked their people to pay their national debt for them, it would cost less than a cent for a person. If our government did the same, we would have to pay 1.5 average yearly income for 1 citizen.
  13. I believe that most of us know in what situation our economy is. Sad. Some indicators are quite gloomy. In 2013, the budget deficit was $ 680 billion. In the current year projected deficit should not be more than $ 500 billion. In 2015, the U.S. government plans to reduce it to $ 450 billion. It would seem that the situation will stabilize, but actually no, these figures is still critical to the U.S. budget. Yes the short term it may be good, but the government should think 10-15 years ahead. Meanwhile, the U.S. foreign debt is growing by the hour. And this is the most nasty indicator of our economic situation. On the overall U.S. debt the planet 20% less than our own could exist. Total debt at the U.S. citizen = $ 193.199. Total debt at the American family 1 = $ 757.368. Horribly. The network has an anonymous, which makes a simple understanding of the situation with external debt. Enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrAzTVngV3w
  14. Look at the new manual for beginners dirty politicians! Really good guide as to become the president. For dummies, of course . Not for the experienced "criminals"
  15. Hello All, I'm an independent iconoclast and writer greatly annoyed with current government dysfunktion. My friend is a comedian, more conservative leaning, although liberal on social issues, and we co-wrote a blog post about the immigration debacle. It's called "100,000 Juans don't make it right." I'd love to know what y'all think: http://kiltsandcocaine.wordpress.com/
  16. Hello, I'm a young, learning citizen in the political area and I would love as many opinions about my three questions that I can get. Please, feel free to respond, don't hold back, and share your links!! 1. Has Obama successfully met the public expectations of presidential power? 2. Does Obama utilize political resources that are available to him well? 3. How would you describe his ability to use personality to achieve favorable policy outcomes? Thanks for your help!
  17. ts true , iam egyptian and i have been active on the street and i can confirm that obama is working with a big global group of terrorism agnist america u need to wake up and take him down b4 everything get worth and ur usa will no longer be united !!
  18. I recently watched the film We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks. Great film by the way. I’m very liberal and love Obama. A lot of the information in this film troubles me, but the point I'm addressing troubles me more than anything else. According to the Third Geneva Convention, Article 12: Prisoners of war may only be transferred by the Detaining Power to a Power which is a party to the Convention and after the Detaining Power has satisfied itself of the willingness and ability of such transferee Power to apply the Convention. When prisoners of war are transferred under such circumstances, responsibility for the application of the Convention rests on the Power accepting them while they are in its custody. Nevertheless if that Power fails to carry out the provisions of the Convention in any important respect, the Power by whom the prisoners of war were transferred shall, upon being notified by the Protecting Power, take effective measures to correct the situation or shall request the return of the prisoners of war. Such requests must be complied with. The US, Iraq and Afghanistan are have all signed and ratified this treaty. Also, the United Nations Convention Against Torture, Article 3.1 states: No State Party shall expel, return ("refouler[sic]") or extradite a person to another State where there are substantial grounds for believing that he would be in danger of being subjected to torture. The US has signed and ratified it, but Iraq has not. But in Iraq, US forces routinely turn over detainees(POWS) to Iraqi forces. And the current Iraqi government, which we put in power, regularly torture detainees. Here are a few examples: http://rt.com/usa/st...ath-squads-527/ http://www.dailymail...on-Baghdad.html http://www.aljazeera...1828428516.html There are hundreds of these online. Just Google Iraqi detainee abuse. Google News gives me over 1000 results. And this wasn't when Saddam was in power. This is today. When US forces handover prisoners to the Iraqi state, they are violating the Geneva Convention and the UN Convention Against Torture. And since Obama is commander and chief, does this mean that he is violating the Geneva Convention and the UNCAT? I have been thinking about this for a while and would like to hear the opinions of others. Thanks for letting me share my mind. Vote Green!
  19. Spread the word ...http://www.newsblaze.com/story/20101119134718king.nb/topstory.html
  20. A Government that Lies to the People, who stifles and suppresses all forms of public scrutiny, who encourages mistrust of their fellow citizens and intentionally pits it’s people against themselves in order to claim more control over its citizens freedoms; is not a democracy but a dictatorship in sheep’s clothing. AMY GOODMAN: For nearly two years, the White House has waged a program called Insider Threat that forces government employees to remain on the constant lookout for their colleagues’ behavior and to report their suspicions. According to McClatchy news, it targets government officials who leak any information, not just classified material. McClatchy : "The [insider Threat] program could make it easier for the government to stifle the flow of unclassified and potentially vital information to the public, while creating toxic work environments poisoned by unfounded suspicions and spurious investigations." http://www.democracynow.org/2013/6/25/insider_threat_government_employees_urged_to No president in our nation’s history has used an outdated and archaic espionage act to stifle the voice of normally everyday law abiding citizens as much as the Obama Administration has. It is no coincidence that Barack Obama is a constitutional lawyer and has used every bit of knowledge provided to him by the people’s institutions to subvert, pervert and destroy the basic lines our forefathers drew between the people and the government’s authority over the fundamental freedoms of its citizens. Show Obama by July 09, 2013 in this Petition to Pardon Edward Snowden that American Integrity Is Not a Crime https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/pardon-edward-snowden/Dp03vGYD http://www.thesocialhysteriablog.com/2013/06/obamas-wrath-on-whistleblowers-strikes.html
  21. The Wrath of Ultimate Power By Brian Thomas Armstrong The “old school” Republican Political Party dirty tactics seem to have been revisited and sadly revised not to mention re-utilized by the “New School” Democratic Party Administration to the same old-sad-ends. Nixon, Nixon, Nixon, those used to be dirty words to old school democrats like myself, but the new dirty term in the counter culture has somehow become reversed in a somewhat ridiculous and ironic twist – We Democratic upholders of truth and eternal justice, have become “The Man.” Trial, what trial. Torture, depends. Protection, how much you willing to pay. Insider perks and arrangements - Have you pre-paid already? All these new “Social Democratic” ideals have been piling up lately much to my old school democratic embarrassment, but they have also been a long time in coming. 2008 might have given liberals the mistaken, (or maybe not) impressions that it was the democratic parties turn to be the “good old boys.” The word dictator has been thrown around all last year and the year before with distasteful posters and middle class young nerds hitting the streets with their offensive card tables and their punch-in-the-nose- stupid looking conservative sweaters. Now I could go on and on about how my party has upheld the standards of American politics but that would be a blatant lie, and there is too much of that going on in both sides of our “Two Party System.” I propose a system where we go back to the blissful days when American government was not as transparent as government aspires to be these days. I long for the good old days when we tortured and assassinated people constantly but no one really cared nor needed to read about the gory details during their morning coffee. I long once again for those by-gone days when you could get all the cheap tail or young page cock you wanted, or at least all you could handle/ fondle at the White House, as long as your wife was out of town or back in the home state, somewhere baking cookies for a girl scout troop and trying not to think about who their husbands are screwing at the moment. Having too much transparency in government is not only inconvenient and embarrassing, but also dangerous. Transparency reminds the sleeping nine to five apathetic American population that there is only one political party in this nation and always has been. The Democratic / Republican Party! Ultimate Power Always Corrupts Ultimately and Absolutely.
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