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Originally posted by elaine
So my answer is "huge multi-national greedy corporations".
We should find ways to pin-point them, rebel against them, uncover their
low-life tactics publicly, and somehow also find ways to stop supporting
them in any ways we can.
That is the problem with most of America and the world for that matter. It is just a lot easier to blame than to confront and solve the problem. Is blaming going to fix things? Is blaming going to change the present?
I admit that sometimes I am among those who blame others, but that is usually out of frustration.
I used to think it was only the government and the politicians and of course they do share a large part in who I blame. But now I see that huge corporations are really running the government and the economy. These greedy corporations I'm talking about don't care about people or the environment only the all might dollar... So my answer is "huge multi-national greedy corporations".
I find Conservatives to be completely going overboard on accusations on Obama and government...but yet I see Liberals being completely ignorant to what is happening as well. We are also seeing anti-incumbent anger...but those who will replace them will be of the same ilk.
Depending on who you talk to, I am a conservative on one day and a liberal the next day.
Until Americans find a common theme where we can unite we will continue to see the same problems. We are no doubt divided and stuck in our beliefs. Neither side seems to want to give or take for a better society.
The ONLY way to correct this (unless we suddenly elected political leaders with morals... LOL) is to draft a Bill with NO loopholes in which any "public servant" or family members are NOT allowed to personally profit during or after their terms. In other words, no sweetheart lobbyist jobs after office, No "speaking engagements" funded by a large contributor as a payoff, No job for your wife on the "board of directors" of your favorite partisan non-profit, No stocks owned during or 10 years after service (I love how politicians can profit from investments they make while writing the legislation that impacts their investments).
To really get down to effective measures though, you have to define the parameter, in this case, 'who are the enemy?'
I would say they are as follows:
1. A growing, regulator, overspending government.
2. Corporate control/Lobbiest
3. NWO groups (Bilderbergs, Trilateral commission, Council on Foreign Relations, SPP)
4. Illegal aliens
5. Legal racial or cultural separatist (i.e. La Raza, KKK, Black Panthers)
6. Anti-freedom/anti-self-governing political parties (socialist, communist)
7. Societal Cancers (Political Correctness, Multi-culturalism, anti-heroism, deviant behavior glorification)
8. Historical revisionist