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Do you really want to free the US?

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posted on May, 16 2012 @ 07:31 AM
Republicans and Democrats. Some or other person* once said during one of his talks that in London there are two very big appliance stores right across the street from each other. If a customer is not happy with a price at one store they always say that they will take their business to the next. The shop person then tries to give him a better deal. Sounds like everyday bargaining huh?

Well what if I told you both shops were owned by the same person? It is. And what an ingenious business plan it is! To the people at the top it doesn’t matter where you go, you still get the big bucks at the end of the day.

You think your political system doesn’t work this way? You can bet your bottom dollar it does.

I have always found it funny that Americans have a “World Series” of Football or whatever but they only ever play against themselves. And whenever they try taking the padding and crash helmets off for a game of rugby it usually doesn’t end well either.

The one thing that I have always admired America for is the first three words of their constitution, “We The People”. It seems the people no longer care who it was meant for.

American dream, football, elections, ‘election polls’… it’s all just part of the elusion. An illusion generated to keep you quiet and to help you obey.

You really want to screw with their plans? Start an alternative political party, not republican or democrat, a People’s Party.

Tell people the truth, get some sponsors together, a good spokesman to avoid the media backlash, ingenious ways of getting exposure in the media, stay far away from George Sorros and avoid any and all other parties.

Just give people a different choice. A chance...

On election polls.
Since when has these become such a major part of the election? In the 1930’s there weren’t little boys running about screaming out the candidates’ percentages to the streets. The didn’t have barometers in the daily newspapers saying how much favor one has over the other. Now polls are held like clockwork. Somebody does a speech, election poll. Somebody takes a poo, election poll. This is madness.

*And that man is David Ikce. Go ahead, say what you will. The idea is all the same no matter who the messenger.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 08:23 AM
There are other political parties out there, such as the Green Party, Libertarian, Constitution Party. The problem is the alternative parties do not recieve any of the attention of the media and therefore are not well known. In this politcal arena, money talks. Corporations are considered "persons" under the law and therefore have their rights protected by the law. Financial contributions are considered a form of speech. That of course means that multi billion dollar corporations can contribute massive amounts of money to any political party it chooses. It is doubtful that they would back a prty that has the interests of the general population. They of course are going to do everything they can to protect their profit margin.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 09:58 AM
Everybody always says things like "It's time to give America a real choice" or "a second chance".

But they never define what that second chance really is.

So what system would be this second chance?

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 11:28 AM
reply to post by Monkeygod333

Yes I do, and if America and Russia go down, the rest of the world will fall apart.

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