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  1. Shouldn't the President be more focused on American problems, instead of foreign problems? Shouldn't the President focus on fixing the economy, instead of bringing rap stars to the White House? Shouldn't the President focus helping Americans, instead of giving money to illegal immigrants and there children?

    If your answer is yes....... Vote Ron Paul

    If your answer is no......... You can take your precious Obama and go to another country... Perhaps the real country he was born in!

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    • independent voter

      @josh......its people like you who are an embarassment to American politics. I have no problem with Ron Paul, and think he'd pose the best chance in a general election to capture the more moderate voters in the country; He seems like the "go-to guy" to sovle alot of problems dealing with Federalism and States' Rights. But I also have no problem with president Obama either, especially after how he handled Bin Laden... he saw an opertunity and pulled the trigger. But if your still hung up on "Where Obama is actually from" then maybe you should support someone like DONALD TRUMP because clearly you and him are on the same level...you both are a joke.

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    • independent voter

      @Josh

      Oh and nice spelling/gramar mistake.... it's THEIR children not "there children"... pretty sad.

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      • Obama did not "handle" Bin Laden. Our wonderful military took care of that.

        We have something in common in that poor grammar and poor spelling also bother me. Therefore, I shall also point out three of your mistakes.

        1) You misspelled "opertunity." The correct spelling is "opportunity."
        2) When you said, "But if your still hung up on...," I believe you meant to say, "If you are (or you're) still hung up on...."
        3) You said "because clearly you and him are on this same level." The correct pronoun is "he," not "him."

        I hope this was helpful. :)

        (Innocent typos happen. When you criticize the grammar of others you should at least try to do so correctly. I only found 1 error in Josh's comment. I found 3 in yours.)

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    • "It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought an idiot, then to open it and remove all doubt."

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  2. Every one in the country should put in an envelope. A small piece of tar and a feather and send it to the speaker of the house. Let him know our disgust.

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  3. @truthseeker

    I understand that why you think the wealthy should be taxed a higher percentage of their income than the rest of us. But I dont agree with you. A tax is a tax-- it is someone taking money from one person to give to anouther through force. Based on that principle, it is wrong. Even if the person is extremely wealthy, it is still wrong. Also, dont be a douche and refer to someone as " my son".

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    • aha my son i agree with you. besides if the wealthy are being tax they will find a way to make all the services and products more expensive and paying employees less.

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  4. Thank you, I will not foret the Federal Government, it is our security, we must respond with our talents, as best we can, especially at times when so much is needed, simple life and honesty, brings peace and joy miraculously! Keep up the good work and do as you do what you can to keep your beliefs going.

    Thanks again,

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  5. I have read Ron Paul's 6 point plan to stop illegal immigration.

    What I DID NOT READ is him saying he will send EVERY Illegal Resident out of this country.

    I also did not hear him say he would do anything about it himself, but I did see him say Immigration officials.

    I'm sorry but that isn't enough. Not to mention the fact that anyone can have a plan, but you need Congress to approve it, how will you get the Libtards to approve sending their voters out of country?

    There is currently a program where as an employer you can check the validity of a Social Security number through the Social Security website. It should be MANDATORY LAW that EVERY employer in this country do this and those people caught should be detained IMMEDIATELY, investigated and sent packing.

    We also need a LAW that says, ANY CEO, or it's BOARD OF DIRECTORS will face MANDATORY 6 month's jail time for ANY illegal hired in their company. The company also needs to be fined 100,000 per illegal hired.

    This is how I would stop it.

    We'll never see a Politician put their money where their mouth is.

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    • I agree with your suggestions on how to handle the illegal immigrants in this country, but to refer to Liberals as "Libtards" is simply unnacceptable.

      " ..how will you get the Libtards to approve sending their voters out of country?"

      By this logic, how will you get people to support your policies when you use terms such as "libtard"?

      In general, I am impressed with the comments on this website and think that Ron Paul has some pretty smart and classy supporters. Let's keep it that way.

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    • Illegal immigrants vote? Seems to me that's a great way to get caught...

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    • First off, I'm only 16 so kindly excuse my naivety, poor grammar, and possibly ignorance in advance.

      Though I realize this is Ron Paul's website, I've been browsing through some of the other candidate's websites recently and Gary Johnson's policy in particular stuck out to me. Though I won't bother to regurgitate all that's on the page as you can read it yourself, your proposed method seems unnecessarily aggressive if not simply an attack on illegal immigrants. Johnson's plan would turn "a national problem... into a national benefit."

      http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/issues/immigration

      Now don't we all wish we could pick and choose policies from multiple candidates and produce a more effective overall policy? Too bad.

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  6. How to control a country. Re educate its people. Indoctrnate them into beleiving a lie.
    Communism. Convince them that they are not the ones who have been indoctronated.

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  7. Many teachers make 80-k per year, even not including their health care/many more do not. We certainly should not nationalize anything including utilities. Our power company, however, was sold to a Spanish Company and I certainly did not like that. Municipal utilities might be the answer, but never Federal!

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    • Many, but not most. Really would like to see some proof of that statistic. In fact, one of the problems with teacher salaries is that they are so varied. Many school districts have access to so much funding that they get whatever they desire; many school districts don't. Many school districts rely on teachers fresh out of college through programs like "Teach for America"; they burn out so quickly because of lack of preparation, lack of funding, and the immense workload.

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      • Another issue I have with Ron Paul’s proposals is his homeschooling plan. While I am totally for homeschooling (we supplementally homeschool our children to a great degree since public or even private schools can’t give them as individualized attention as they need and deserve). However his tax credits for homeschooling, I feel, will not necessarily result in a more educated populace. What I see happening, is the already vastly undereducated populace will take advantage of the tax break scheme, pull their kids out of public school to get their tax rebate, and not bother to do anything about actually educating their children. It is essentially no different than food stamps program. Lazy, undereducated people will take advantage of the system, and our country will grow more and more ignorant.
        To look at how good schools work, look at Finland or South Korea. State run systems that are also surprisingly efficient, not bogged in bureaucracy, give intense autonomy to teachers, yet uphold the highest of standards. They pay far LESS per student than we do, yet their teacher’s pay is on par with their doctors and engineers! Teaching is a solid and viable career path in those nations, unlike our country which has teachers on par with a Wal-mart employee. It CAN work at a state level. In fact, do any research on schooling and you will find ALL the best school systems of the world are state run.
        http://schoolmatters.knoxnews.com/forum/topics/how-does-finlands-education
        http://www.mckinsey.com/App_Media/Reports/SSO/Worlds_School_Systems_Final.pdf
        The problem is in our states execution of it. Our systems is bogged down with an ineffective methodology, and needs a total revamp from the ground up… Not an elimination.
        If there is one thing any society should collectively be responsible for and committed to is a solid education of our youth. And although parents need to be an integral part of every child’s education, most parents in our nation, I dare say, are clearly NOT qualified to be the SOLE source.
        This would be a dreadful disservice to the future of our nation.

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    • Sean L. Hellems

      Cooperatives are the answer.

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    • Where the Hell do teachers make 80 k a year? I'm packing my bags now.

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      • http://schoolmatters.knoxnews.com/forum/topics/how-does-finlands-education
        http://www.mckinsey.com/App_Media/Reports/SSO/Worlds_School_Systems_Final.pdf

        Finland, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, ...

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  8. sound money quit spending more than we take in and no more empire building

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  9. I support Wisconsins Governor! Why is it that teachers who make $80,000 a year is whining because they have to pay more? There can never be political peace. Liberals want to spend more and tax more and run State and Federal debt through the roof! The hard working people in Wisconsin voted for a change. A change to lower debt. By Democrats fleeing to different states, that just proves that Democrats are weak and not ready to lower the debt. I encourage more states to do the same as Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan and other states are doing to Unions. I'm 17 years old and I'm worrying about where the country is going as Obama as president. He's weak, no leadership, no civility, and he won the nobel peace prize for no reason. He reminds me of Jimmy Carter or John Adams. We need to Ron Paul!

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    • Brian Saintsing,

      First let me praise you for your interest in pubic issues at age 17. I hope more teenagers become as responsible as you are. Our political and economical trouble is not caused by lines of divisions along liberals and conservatives my son. Both liberals and conservatives are wasteful and exploitative. If we have to pay taxes, it should not go in big salaries for our bureaucrats and state administrators, nor should it go to hire more police force that do very little besides hiding around the corner to solicit traffic violations when our neighborhoods continue to be burglarized and attacked. If the state needs to generate funds to perform its functions, we have better options. One would be to raise taxes on the wealthy that make in excess of $250,000. Another would be to nationalize water, utility, oil, and mining industry. The profits generated should be more than enough to fund the budget of our state and local governments. So it all depends on who should pay for the maintainability of our government. It is not about the teachers or the coal miners. Cutting wasteful spending is the first step to a well-balanced budget and efficient government.

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    • What teacher makes $80k a year? Are you nuts?

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    • Its great you're interested in politics at a young age, but the first lesson should be do your research. Always be able to back up everything you say with facts. No teacher makes 80,000 a year and dividing liberals and conservatives is just asking for more trouble. We need to work together to solve the problems that hurt our country today, the blame is unnecessary and pointless. All politicians spend too much and have different motives. And this won't be changed until clean elections are utilized. We need representatives that actually work for the people, not the companies that pay them. TruthSeeker is right, the excessively wealthy should be taxed and wasteful spending needs to be cut. Taxes are necessary to a certain extent, they're made to pay for our well being but the spending isn't.

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      • As a WI high school senior, I can tell you my government teacher makes over 90k a year

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        • I'm not going to say that this is the best website or best statistical evidence for this argument, but http://247wallst.com/2011/02/26/the-ten-states-that-pay-teachers-the-most-and-why-it-doesnt-matter/ points out right on the first page that the maximum salary paid to WI educators is just a tad over 60K. Perhaps your teacher is talking about a combined salary (his and his spouse)? Another good reason to go to the site is because it stresses that salary doesn't necessarily influence quality. Which is true; however, if we're trusting these people with the futures of our children, shouldn't we want our children to be their primary concern, and not their impending mortgage payment? Just sayin'.

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          • To look at how good schools work, look at Finland or South Korea. State run systems that are also surprisingly efficient, not bogged in bureaucracy, give intense autonomy to teachers, yet uphold the highest of standards. They pay far LESS per student than we do, yet their teacher’s pay is on par with their doctors and engineers! Teaching is a solid and viable career path in those nations, unlike our country which has teachers on par with a Wal-mart employee. It CAN work at a state level. In fact, do any research on schooling and you will find ALL the best school systems of the world are state run.
            http://schoolmatters.knoxnews.com/forum/topics/how-does-finlands-education
            http://www.mckinsey.com/App_Media/Reports/SSO/Worlds_School_Systems_Final.pdf
            The problem is in our states execution of it. Our systems is bogged down with an ineffective methodology, and needs a total revamp from the ground up… Not an elimination.

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  10. I'm from Wisconsin and what worries me a hell of a lot more is the fact that this bill allows the Governor to sell off all the public power companies to privately owned companies (Koch Industries - $43,000 in campaign funds to Walker) for whatever price they see fit. Koch already has job openings listed on their website for power plant managers in Wisconsin.

    SECTION 44. 16.896 of the statutes is created to read:
    16.896 Sale or contractual operation of state−owned heating, cooling,
    and power plants. (1) Notwithstanding ss. 13.48 (14) (am) and 16.705 (1), the
    department may sell any state−owned heating, cooling, and power plant or may
    contract with a private entity for the operation of any such plant, with or without solicitation of bids, for any amount that the department determines to be in the best interest of the state. Notwithstanding ss. 196.49 and 196.80, no approval or certification of the public service commission is necessary for a public utility to purchase, or contract for the operation of, such a plant, and any such purchase is considered to be in the public interest and to comply with the criteria for certification of a project under s. 196.49 (3) (b).

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    • SOD,

      This is a dangerous time we live in. The whole government apparatus works for the 1% elite. What we have is the farthest thing from a government by the people of the people and for the people unless of course you mean by the "people" the 1% elite. Unless people rise up and start a national revolution, things will deteriorate to the point where the future of the 99% is in immanent danger. I could see that coming in less than two years. I do not like betting, but I would bet on it otherwise.

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    • Sod,

      I'm from WI too! Greetings!

      This bill worries me as well. Now there are rumors of a financial martial law (much like the one in MI) being drafted. I hope to goodness it isn't true; I do NOT want to see public land being sold off to companies for development. Can you picture high rise condominiums in our State Parks? I can't, and I hope Walker can't either!

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  11. I was wondering what others on this site think of the situation in Madison WI where the governor refuses to meet with the union heads, even though the unions are prepared to make steep concessions, and is set to eliminate the collective bargaining power of all public workers.

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  12. A Broader View of Things
    http://thecrowhouse.co.uk/090210.html

    The Crowhouse Radio Programs
    http://thecrowhouse.co.uk/radio.htm

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  13. US cities face financial collapse
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkwkof7J9Ro

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  14. Income Tax does work it does bring in enough revenue to cover the gov. bills. We need another sourse of to pay our bill besides borrowing from China. "The Fair Tax" or some other national sales tax except Va tax.

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  15. Ron Paul for president 2012! Its time for someone who actually listens to the American people!! Stop large government, stop the socialist ways, and stop the wasteful spending in this country.

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  16. WE are all Indians now:

    http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/1027.html

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  17. ZEITGEIST: MOVING FORWARD | OFFICIAL RELEASE | 2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w

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  18. REVOLUTION 2011: The People Rise up Against The Illuminati New World Order 2012
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXWwt6OVjHs&feature=player_embedded

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  19. Hi TS;

    Been busting my butt in the shop here for the last couple of days, and thinking.

    You've mentioned several times that China has what is probably the only production based economy in the world and this is absolutely correct. As far as i know the Chinese Yuan is the only legitimate state issued currency in the world as well, and China has the only economy in the world which still exists as a result of this as the F'ing bankers have managed to pretty much shut down all the others

    The reason China has a legitimate production based economy and a legitimate currency is that China is simply too powerful for the bankers to organize the countries they control to go to war with because they would most likely lose, so they haven't been able to shut it down as they have all other such economies in the past. As you say, China has a true Capitalist economy and the only legitimate economy in the world at this time to my knowledge, by now who have not been foolish enough to use their bank debt as a means of trade.

    Back in the late 1970's the Chinese began to realize that the system of Communism which the worlds banks had established for them could not sustain itself and was going to eventually collapse. Instead of holding on to the bitter end as the former Soviet Union did, they realized that the single and only way they were going to restore their economy and the single and only way in which China would survive is to create a thriving and abundant private enterprise system in which the people themselves would have the incentive in order to make this happen. At this time they began approaching the United States for the purpose of entering into trade relations with us, as they needed both the market provided by the American Population as well as access to many of our resources, in order to make this happen. The Chinese economy was established by, exists by, and sustains itself by trade with the United States. Since the United States no longer has an economy which has been shut down by the banking establishment and its puppet corporation posing as the United States Government, China is in deep trouble and they know it as well.

    Until now, China has had the second largest economy in the world, the largest economy (thanks to the innovation and ingenuity of the American People, despite it's idotic monetary system which has now become unsustainable) has always been the United States economy and this economy no longer exists. China has lost its trading partner. This is a mutual exchange as well and not a one way thing as so many perceive it to be. They need our food, they need our resources and materials, they need Americans to have the means in their hands to buy their production in order to sustain their own economy and population as well. They also need our skills and engineering abilities to come up with things which they cannot do on their own. 10 and 15 years ago, when the banks were flooding our economy with bank debt in order to rape the population for the last of what they owned in interest, production was booming, and i was buying steel for $ 0.25 / pound. China bought a lot of that steel too for $ 0.25 / pound but we used more of it here than they purchased from us. Today we are no longer using steel because no one has the means to buy what can be made from it, the small steel mills have all shut down, eliminating competition and the large ones are having to maintain the production facilities they established to produce a million pounds a month when they can only sell 1000. A couple of weeks ago i bought some steel for the shop and i paid $ 1.73 / pound, China is paying the same today as well. China is in an awful lot of trouble, America is in an awful lot of trouble, and China is in trouble because we are in trouble.

    China has done what they could in order to try to sustain the American economy under the current conditions, in other words trying to give America the means to buy both its own and their production which our banking system has simply gobbled up along with everything else leaving us and them with nothing. As a result we are currently owing China an awful lot of money and they are demanding payment for lack of an economy here to sustain trade for their own production. They are not wanting bank notes, but they are demanding Gold and Silver. We have no gold and silver to pay them with because our banking system has consumed all of that long ago, so what are we to do ?. What is China going to do ?

    Well short of the American people regaining control of their own political establishment, killing the Bankers and the business of money and establishing their own legitimate production based economy, where everyone will be getting filthy rich at lightning speed simply due to the lack of a parasite to consume our productive effort, the only alternative that i can see is for America to go into receivership with China.

    Would this be a bad thing ?. Well compared to what we have now, i don't think so, in fact it might be America's salvation.

    The Chinese are not as stupid as we have been in tolerating this current "Free Market" idiocy which basically is nothing more than a system of theft and fraud designed to rape productive people of their productive effort and in the end
    shutting down that production by lack of means to exchange it.

    THE LAST THING IN THE WORLD WHICH CHINA WANTS TO DO AND THE LAST THING IN THE WORLD WHICH CHINA NEEDS TO DO, IS TO KILL THE GOOSE THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGGS.

    THE ONE THING IN THE WORLD WHICH CHINA DOES WANT TO DO AND WHAT CHINA DESPERATELY NEEDS TO DO, IS TO GET THAT GOOSE LAYING GOLDEN EGGS AGAIN, INSTEAD OF JUST SHITTING BANK NOTES.

    If it becomes necessary for China to Foreclose on the United States so to speak, will the force the United States Government to destroy America's banking system and adopt, produce and manage a legitimate currency which is backed by the full value of what it is designed to trade for so that we can actually sustain trade for the production we are capable of ?. Yes they will. What do the
    American people desperately need to do at this point ?. Exactly that.

    Will the United States of America and all of the rights and freedoms guaranteed to its population survive this ?. I expect they will. Again,

    THE LAST THING IN THE WORLD WHICH CHINA WANTS TO DO AND THE LAST THING IN THE WORLD WHICH CHINA NEEDS TO DO, IS TO KILL THE GOOSE THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGGS.

    WHAT CHINA DOES WANT TO DO AND WHAT CHINA DESPERATELY NEEDS TO DO, IS TO GET THAT GOOSE LAYING GOLDEN EGGS AGAIN, INSTEAD OF JUST SHITTING BANK NOTES.

    The country of China does not need another province, they have more than they can handle now. What they do need is a good, effective, productive and mutually beneficial foreign trading partner, which they no longer have. If they are to have such a trading partner again it will be at the good will and co-operation of the American People, securing this good will and co-operation can only be accomplished by giving the American People more than they had before, in other words, giving them the means and the right to prosperity in addition to the rights and freedoms they have always been willing to die in defense of before.

    Who wins ? China Wins, America Wins, everybody wins except the Banks who have always made everyone lose but themselves.

    Since China's benefit can only come at the benefit of United States of America and the American People, and since the United States Government has rarely existed as anything other than a dummy corporation in the service of the Rothschild Bank, who's benefit can only come at our expense, who should the American people trust ?. If we remain too stupid and ignorant to seize control of our own country, Government, and economy for our own benefit, then who do we need to do this for us ? Maybe China ?.

    Who is currently our greatest friend and ally ?, who may end up securing America's freedoms and constitution by force if the American people remain too stupid and ignorant to do this on their own ?. Maybe China ?.

    What can the Bankers do about it ? Well with a combined alliance between the United States of America and China if they try to do anything we will simply wipe them and the nations they own and control off the face of the Earth, so the only option they have is to simply allow all of the other worlds economies to continue to stagnate and die until the populations of these countries finally kill their own bankers and become part of our great and productive alliance instead.

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    • Hi David,

      China has been a significant player in our life in more than one way. It does not seem though that we are learning any lessons. Watching what is happening so quickly and drastically around the world if you are watching the news now is saying something many including us have been saying. People and only the people have the power to settle the issues we have. It is time for the truth, for justice, and for vindication. It is the people's call and only the people have it in their hands. Hope to see the same dramatic changes soon here in the US.

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      • Hi TS;

        You've got it, people around the world have had enough, and their starting to revolt. Its 6 billion + of them who need working functioning economies which will actually allow them to exchange the wealth that they can create for each other against a few banking families who have consumed all of the wealth for themselves and shut down the production of the rest.

        Guess who's going to win, and i agree, it will happen soon too, and i think they understand enough by now that they can get it right as well :)

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    • Hi Christine,

      The following is a video that I think you would like:

      http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/socio-economics/the-banksters-the-fdic--you-who-wins.html

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  20. TruthSeeker,
    I am not sure you understand that america is not a democracy. Look up the defination, and re read the bill of rights. It says plain as day this country is a republic, and it will be a republic again and forever after people start reasearching and doing there home work. Please stop trying to feed the minds of america your elitest crap. Yes this is a truley great country, one I am proud to call home. Do you realise how quickly it will fall if we turned our backs on the rest of the world, it is not a policing the world issue it is a buisness move to pull the country out of the depths of despaire that we as a nation are circling. It is not all the governments faults its the uneducated masses that led to where we are. The elitests who believe so foolishley that this country is a democracy, and have forgotten what our ancestors wanted for America. Then there are those who refuse to listen to the ones who have clearly done their homework. Untill we as a nation educate our selves nothing will change.

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    • "“I am not sure you understand that america is not a democracy. Look up the defination, and re read the bill of rights. It says plain as day this country is a republic, and it will be a republic again and forever after people start reasearching and doing there home work. Please stop trying to feed the minds of america your elitest crap. Yes this is a truley great country, one I am proud to call home. Do you realise how quickly it will fall if we turned our backs on the rest of the world, it is not a policing the world issue it is a buisness move to pull the country out of the depths of despaire that we as a nation are circling. It is not all the governments faults its the uneducated masses that led to where we are. The elitests who believe so foolishley that this country is a democracy, and have forgotten what our ancestors wanted for America. Then there are those who refuse to listen to the ones who have clearly done their homework. Untill we as a nation educate our selves nothing will change."????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

      Sorry but I need a translator! Pal you need to go back to school and make sure you do your homework every day. Make sure you learn how to write a meaningful English sentence, come back and post some of what you learned in class.

      Besides who is BMK? You sound like someone I know.

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      • I'm sure you were not hinting at me, but just to clear things up it is not me. Besides, you know defending "republics" is not my stance. I decided to check in today because I have great news! Did you get a chance to check out that essay? I was really hoping to hear your take on it. If you didnt yet, the great news is that I found a free audio book reading of it. Let me know if i should get you the audio book.

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