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**Main-stream media: Your congress is bought. Nothing will change until you get rid of them!!**
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[quote:Sammie:MV8xNzIwOTI1XzI4NDc2MzYxXzEzQjg4RjI3] "All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us." -JRR Tolkien It's not about saving the world. It's about maintaining one's self-respect and having the integrity to stand up for your principals. Saving the world is too great a feat. It's overwhelming and hence, no one engages. But in all actuality, we should at least retain our morality as individuals. [/quote]
Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC:
Your congress is bought. We need to abandon this "bought" congress. You congress is incapable of making legislation on health care, banking trade or taxes, because if they do it, they will lose their political funding, and they won’t do it.
Tens of trillions of dollars are being extracted from the United States of America. And we're sitting here arguing about whether we should do the $4 trillion plan which kicks the can down the road or burn the place to the ground, both of which are reckless, irresponsible and STUPID.
This is not some opinion. This is a mathematical absolute.
Powerful video. And one of the most alarming videos I have ever seen.
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