posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 01:55 AM
i really dont think it matters who wins this election, though i think obama is a leap rather than a small step in the path towards euro-socialism...
this may seem like some sort of far right wacko mindset, but bear with me.
both of these candidates were supported by the same investment firms, universities, and banks; including jp morgan chase, us bank, bank of america,
harvard, morgan stanley, annenburg foundation, etc... why should we believe that they wont kater to special interests?
you must realize that our government has bowed down to special interests for quite some time, but our founders of this great nation gave us
protections against such things. however, our government has been eroding our civil rights for years, ignoring the principles that our country was
founded upon. our personal liberties, as defined by the bill of rights, are under assault, just look at the partiot act.
thomas jefferson said that any governmet big enough to give you anythihng you want is also powerful enough to take everything that you have. he wrote
the declaration of independence, as well as helped draft our constitution, and more importantly the first ten ammendments, our bill of rights. James
madison's ideas shaped this document, and in the first ten ammendments, united states citizens were given safeguards agianst intrusion from despots
both foreign and domestic.
lincoln said that america will only be conquered from within, and this has never been more evident. we have been conquered by our own elected
officials... in the 1770's we shed the blood of Patriots and Tyrants for the idea of no taxation without representation... if 90 percent of the
citizens are against a 750 billion dollar bailout, where is their representation, because im pretty sure that the taxation isn't in the interest of
united states citizens. be angry, make a difference, act