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I wish it was just a bullying tactic but I am afraid that this out right oppression, you can deal with a bully, because majority rule, but when is a power using oppression that is close to what dictators do, you know we are in big trouble, we have a constitution that very soon could not apply to executive decisions , in history we have learned that oppressing the free media is how governments become dictatorships, but the new dictators will not be one sovereign supreme leader anymore, but look what is happening in the US, for the last few decades the two ruling party in the nation with their recycle trash politicians has taken over any opposition, you either have dumb or dumber and as long as people get a choice of two clowns they think is democracy at its finest.
Not so, both parties are catering to each other, the laws that one party enact open the door for more take over and bigger government from the next.
Is a trend and people are too busy fighting over stupidity this days about who is better party than who to even taking notice it.
The FCC has cooked up a plan to place "researchers" in U.S. newsrooms, supposedly to learn all about how editorial decisions are made.
It just goes to say... We all thought MSM was already in the NWO pocket... What else have we got wrong too?edit on 21-2-2014 by NowanKenubi because: (no reason given)
Most media organisations are owned by multi-national multi-billion dollar corporations that are involved in a number of businesses apart from the media, such as forestry, pulp and paper mills, defence, real estate, oil wells, agriculture, steel production, railways, water and power utilities. Such conglomerates not only create potential conflicts of interest in reporting the news but ensure the makers of the news take a corporate view.
You are talking about trickle down economics Reagan, right? Destroyer of the free world Reagan? They guy that paved the way for international bankers to get a death grip on the economy Reagan?
As opposed to the guy who actually did get his head blown off by the MIC for trying to enact change after serving on a PT boat in WWII, right after averting a nuclear war?
Only Republicans pretend to like Reagan, and they do this for acceptance among their peers.
Are you a member of the Tea Party?
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In all fairness, there are a number of fascists who wanted to make sure he could not work with congress on anything at all.
Once again, not sticking up for Obama, just looking at things objectively. If he is genuine about his wanting to bring the working class out of poverty and level the playing field, it makes sense that much of the ruling class would try to stop him from keeping his word on anything. They want to make him out to be a bad president.
Not saying Obama isn't just another sell out, though. He sold out on a number of issues. However, the Republicans who constantly attack him and try to stop him from making any kind of progress are even worse than he is.