Okay I watched the video a bit - notice how outsiders like Jimmy Carter, a Democrat who challenged the establishment, had his administration
sabotaged. Also, that the U.S. is ran by the C.I.A. and the military-industrial complex, and big corporations like Monsanto, and that the President is
just a figurehead.
When Paul Craig starts to make it sound like this is Obama's fault, he is making some bad arguments here - for one, the N.S.A. started way before
Obama, and The Patriot Act 7 years prior to his election. For another, he already said that the President does not hold any power.
Well, we can see that a lot of what he is talking about is definitely true - in my opinion, the people of the U.S. are being used to give the
corporate leaders, bankers and corrupt politicians false legitimacy to run their schemes - Democratic legitimacy.
I think, however, that the U.S. government is going to start going for military legitimacy - in other words, making it so that it doesn't have to
listen to input from the people. The whole point of that is so that the corporations can make laws forcing the people to buy their products or produce
cheap labor for them without having to be held accountable to their customers or employees, or to anyone in America, or the world...
I fail to understand the logic of this, but my best guess is that a bunch of morons who don't know the first thing about life are in charge and
instead of accepting life, which they are too afraid to do, they want to force their false vision down everyone's throats through military force.
I mean, this is fairly prevalent... it is basically like rape or abuse - Where a man gets his way through force and tries to suppress those around him
from finding out the truth because he is afraid that he won't be able to keep up with more intelligent people than himself.
I really think that Democrats in general are good people - it's really up to them (I'm a centrist) to do something about this, Republicans are too
earthy and established.
The Tea Party, though - I know it is bashed on all the time, but it shouldn't be! That is who is running the House right now, and the House is pushing
heavily to overthrow the surveillance state. The Tea Party is just like Occupy Wall Street. At this point, we have to differentiate between
Republicans like Ron Paul and Rand Paul and ones like Bush, and especially
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