a reply to: nwtrucker
As a disillusioned inde, Flag and Star! The die is melted.
With 2016 being the skeletal remains of our picked clean
republic for a platform, recovery from where nobody in
great numbers will stir dashed my hope many cycles ago.
What we have seen lately is obviously the death of social-
ism in America and the full bore installation of a baldfaced,
totalitarian fascist oligarchy. Only the awake notice, and
are the first called insane for speaking up to it...maybe
vanished to anywhere they
Giving the voter a Republican selection of McCain and
Palin not that long ago was a most blatant and scripted
"sword-fall" as I've ever seen. The wheels were greased
by the PTB for our Democrat incumbent-- after a late
night meeting with his later appointed Secretary of State.
It wasn't a convention, it was a straight-up mafia sitdown.
As the cards played, and all else pretty close in the numbers
game for whomever walked out as the agreed candidate---
I can't help but wonder who else was or were in that room
with them...? Anyone who implies that the Democratic
Presidential candidate in 2008 was due to an agreement
between the two front runners... I've got the card of a really
good doctor in my wallet, you're welcome to it.
This is what the media gave us, this is again what we accepted.
Name brand ideologues that can't possibly deliver on their
flamboyant promises seem a little too desirable to the body
politic here, and it's so telling per that echo from Carlin:
"This is the best we've got." I submit it's all we'll be offered.
Anything or anybody else that breaks through with a real
platform beneficial to the people, and in defiance to the PTB
will be made bloodsport... or worse, make us feel more helpless.
Besides, there's a lot of time until the primaries. Who's to say
for sure we'll get even one more choice in the matter? I can't..