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America is losing its perspective

October 16, 2013

The impasse in Washington is symptomatic of a general loss of perspective throughout America. I can understand the Tea Party’s concern that we must get our financial house in order....

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keithkaye

Oct-19-13 7:12 PM

Part II-And Bronson (a “Progressive Democrat” candidate, whatever that is) is overlooking a huge part of the equation: the ‘government’ is NOT a government by any stretch of the imagination it is nothing but a CORPORATION itself. By many of its own publications ‘our’ purported government describes itself as, The Corporation. Simply stated, The Corporation is a commercial entity totally divorced from our Constitutional Republic and from flesh-and-blood men and women. “If we had kept the same tax rates as we had in the 1970's, the average family would be earning $100,000 a year” is another of many of Bronson’s-spin statements. It didn’t happen in the 70’s it all started in 1913 when the “banksters” unlawfully took control of our money system. The Fed created a system of lending that encouraged government spending which has now totally debased our economic system. The Corporation, according to plan, has spent us into oblivion. Candidate Bronson has spun a yarn for you.

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keithkaye

Oct-19-13 7:13 PM

Part I-I guess I shouldn’t have taken a few days away from this site: I turn my back for a second and political-spin crap like this is written.

“Their big lie is that government is going to take over all businesses when the reality, their deep cover, is that it is the other way around”; this is a total lie. The government owns hundreds of millions of businesses; home titles and investment packages. They have positioned themselves (Congress, union leaders) for their future role in a communist system to become employer to ALL of us. And how did they get this wealth? mainly from government-agency (fire, police, teachers, public-workers) INVESTMENT PLANS and unlawful FORECLOSURES. They tell us the mortgages and investments “went bad”, baloney they STOLE it from the taxpayers. Sure, the “banksters” and the big corporations have made out very well but let me ask you, “WHO the heck do you think WROTE THE LAWS THAT ALLOWED for these THEFTS and SUBSEQUENT COVER-UPS?!”

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