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Clinton won the Presidency today and I am sad.

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posted on Mar, 6 2016 @ 01:48 AM
a reply to: zandra

Dude, Trump would be the ideal leader of the NWO. Global government will need some snake oil & no one sells it like da Trumpster.

posted on Mar, 6 2016 @ 11:20 PM

originally posted by: Aazadan

originally posted by: nenothtu
The same thing that happens if I don't get cancer - I eventually die, either way.

Well, for those of us who would like to use medical technology to live a few more years, can you admit that we should build a system such that it should be possible rather than one where only the wealthiest get those extra years?

That depends on whether or not you feel your "system" has a right to pick my pocket to create itself. To be honest, I don't care who gets those extra years, or how they go about getting them - as long as I'm not being robbed to provide them. I'd rather live the life I have, and not worry about extra time.

originally posted by: nenothtu
Corporate water monopoly? What kind of people do you live among who thought it was a good idea to give corporations control of THEIR water?

What a strange concept - this old world just keeps getting curiouser and curiouser!

...people who argue the government can't provide anything efficiently, and therefore it needs to be privatized in order to lower prices for consumers. Sound familiar?

I've never known the government to do anything efficiently, but I'm still curious about why folks would give anyone else - government or not - control over their water. It's a strange concept, and one I'd be getting out from under pronto if I were under it.

posted on Mar, 6 2016 @ 11:25 PM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: nenothtu

Actually what I would like would be the government actually paying for healthcare, not health insurance. There is a distinct difference there which results in one being DRASTICALLY cheaper than the alternative.

And that's where we differ, i suppose. I'd prefer the government keep their grubby mitts off of my health, period, and restrain themselves to the business of governing. I want neither bread nor circuses from them, and I see no reason they should force me to pay for the bread and circuses of anyone else. I can figure out on my own whom I want to provide for, and do not need a government to decide that for me. Government should concentrate on governing.

posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 04:01 PM
Realistically Hillary knew she would be president a LONG time ago, she has been waiting for her time which is now and nothing can stop it because our voting system is a sham.

The beauty of this election is that there are candidates that are trying to expose to the public just how corrupt it all really is, but not enough people are listening yet. Hillary will be in office for 8 years even though that makes us all want to vomit in our mouth. The good news is that I genuinely feel that in 2024 there will be many more people listening to candidates like Bernie and the Paul's and the days of big $$$ buying the presidency will be over. Only question is, can we make it another 8 years doing the same of sh#t?

posted on Mar, 7 2016 @ 04:05 PM

originally posted by: kaylaluv
a reply to: sligtlyskeptical

Vote for Bernie! He'll get rid of Obamacare, but he'll work to have a TRUE universal healthcare system, like they have in all the other first world countries.

(We gotta vote the sitting Congress out as well though, to make that happen.)

he'll work with who????.....the republican majority in congress???....right, because our congress will gladly work with a socialist jew......give me a break, it's one thing to be hopeful, as long as that hope is somehow grounded in reality....

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