Originally posted by WeRpeons
Hey I like this guy! This guy is mad as hell and he doesn't want to take it anymore! He should be running for president.
It's time we demand our congress to eliminate banking and corporate influences. Throw the lobbyists out of the house and start working for us!
Ha ha! I just commented on msnbc's feedback thing (thanks to the member who posted that link) -- and said the very same thing to THEM!
Yes, Dylan, run for president, and DO IT! Do it do it do it!!
Does anyone here besides me know the history of England before their Civil War in the 17th century? King Charles fired Parliament because they would
not go along with his agenda. It's been done...yes, he did it for the wrong reasons and it resulted in a civil war, and him being exiled and then
executed (que barbaridad!) but it changed things...
is it possible for Obama to do that?
Send their sorry asses home and just get things done! Oh, wait, they ARE at home. Have them all put under house arrest. Stop paying their salaries.
As for "checks and balances" it is well known that the Judicial Branch is unable to keep up with the corruption - Checks and balances? Please. What a
fiction. It's collusion and corruption to the nth degree. Congress won't do anything to stop the pillaging, because they are ON that pirate ship known
as Wall Street, and THEY get part of the booty.
Come on America, let's rally behind this guy. He beats the knickers off of Alex Jones and Ron Paul too!
ETA: I just emailed "my" senators and representative and insisted that they watch this video once for each citizen they represent (I plugged in the
numbers for state population and for congress. district population).
I told them they must do something. I wrote "please", but then added "No, wait. Not please. Just do it. You don't have to want to, you just have to do
Do the right thing and change the system. Realize that Ratigan is right.
I encourage every member of ATS to do the same. I say this as a citizen, but also as a professional Social Worker (Masters level). We are trained to
look at systems, from tiny to huge, and to point out the dysfunctions and recommend fixes.
We are change agents. You can be, too.
edit on 11-8-2011 by wildtimes because: (no reason given)