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But I thought Americans voted to revoke their privacy when their leaders (Bush and then Obama) accelerated the National Security-Police-Welf are state, keeping the populace paranoid, afraid, and dependent on the system to even exist. The left and right are dominated by the same interests, and they are not mine or yo...more
Romney, Obama...either way the political establishment will present further "security" measures in the name of safety and stability. Do research on the cashless society, scanning devices such as the RFID microchip, purchasing powers and this story will become even more terrifying..
I agree that Obama is a failure and must be removed, but is the alternative "choice" we have been offered going to be better or worse? Based on current projections and trends I estimate things will get worse no matter who occupies the White House. Destroy the political duopoly (google it) and we may begin see positive ...more
Government and big industry are made up of the same circles of people. It is the "I scratch your back you scratch mine" being played out before us. These elites know that they must steer public opinion, hence they own or influence just about every major media source we are exposed to. TV, film, papers, internet, and so...more
Your reply is flawed in so many ways I don't even know where to begin. I will try to go in the order that you did. Obliged to liberate Kuwait? An oppressive monarchy? Why for our energy needs? How about instead of investing billions on warfare we make ourselves energy independent?
Clinton did not fight a war in Iraq,...more