You wanted Christians and lions in the coliseum , you got it . You want a circus in the political debates , there you go ! The last election amounted to a shallow and sophomoric political correctness in the present white house administration AND in result, it's horrible geo-political- and domestic ,economic state of affairs , while the rest of the world shakes it's collective heads . America is getting exactly what it deserves out of this election . And why ? No one wants to "do the homework" anymore . You are perfectly happy blaming your hectic lifestyles on the lack of individual responsibility , in your personal and necessary responsibility and accountability in acquiring your much needed political maturity . I know one woman whom I had actually considered fairly intelligent who actually answered , "I won't vote for Trump because I absolutely hate his hair ", determining for me right then that ,THAT is exactly where most Americans have evolved to .
The GOP , a circus sideshow .
The DNC, too old , too white , too phony.
I know one woman whom I had actually considered fairly intelligent who actually answered , "I won't vote for Trump because I absolutely hate his hair. . ."
We could look at it that way or we could say that we are so collectively disgusted with politicians, that we see no evidence of fair representation of the people, that we have grown to believe we do not matter to Washington; that these candidates are representative of all we believe our government to be. A circus that disgusts and entertains simultaneously.
I think we will revolt at some point. This is just an indication of why it is growing ever closer. And,it could be that Trump is an indication of the beginning of that revolt. If we survive him we may see politics change drastically (hopefully for the better) as a result of this. Not that he is better but that he represents the beginning of the end of an era.
I have a personal theory about Mr. Trump. Don't take it the wrong way, I'm just speaking my mind and saying what my intuition has been about this man.
There are, I think, 2 key factors about Mr. Trump: his age, and his financial aspect. He's 69 years old, so in a way his life has reached almost its near ending. How long will he be seeing the light of the world? 10 more years? 20 more years? Assessing his health and physique, and general lifestyle, I think he will not exist more than a decade at maximum. I think he himself knows that very well.
The second factor is his money. He has had the fortune/privilege and has accessed as much money as any man can dream of in their life. So, he's satisfied there. When you take away a man's hunger by providing him too much food, he no longer is a captive of the food or the persistent thought of acquiring food. He's free to think in grandest scales and proportions. He becomes interested about the very cosmos where he has lived his life, and the mystery that life itself is.
Trump has had both these factors about him. When you combine these with his Mark Antonio type of temperament I see no reason why a man like this could have resisted himself for so long from itching that very spot of skin that he has been witnessing in his country and in its politics.
And I think that's the reason why so many find in Donald Trump an impression of a savior.
That's pretty funny. Only because you might have to explain to Trump what the word cosmos means so he can start contemplating it. If he's ever looked up and noticed it. I'd think he has been too busy looking down grubbing for money.
I didn't mean to imply he was a fool. Different people think in different ways. I consider him to be short on the ability toward self introspection or lofty thoughts. That doesn't make him a fool.
No, not at all...its foolishness to think that.
Maybe he's trying to do a little business with all this. If he becomes president, he'll go down to history.
If not, it'll still boost his businesses.
And he has nothing to lose, by the way, with all this. He has lived his life, and it's just a show in the end, before leaving.
I think he is committed because he loves his business. He has never drank alcohol, smoked or taken drugs (and that's the way he has raised his kids). He attributes that in part to being successful (for himself), and that a person has to love what they do to be successful. And, he is willing to hand over his business to his kids, so he can devote his time to being president. He isn't going to evolve into being presidential until then. There's a time for everything!
He is a brawler on the debt stage and when the media continues to assault (target) him intentionally to get a reaction (to trip him up I suppose). People who know Trump personally say he is very gracious. I know he spreads his wealth being a blessing to individuals and groups. The pays people's mortgages off, and donates millions to help others. He saw a guy beating a homeless man on the street in NY and got out of his car and went over and told the guy that he needed to stop that. The guy respectfully called him, Mr. Trump, so he recognized Trump and knew who he was, and took off...
No body is perfect. Trump is a bad guy, he's a brawler...but, that's just what we need for a peaceful take-over of our corrupt government. One man, with a lot of guts! He wears a bullet proof vest everywhere these days because he is in danger of being assassinated. Tough guy!
I know Trump by his fruit...and that is why other evangelicals are voting for Trump. He has good policies he is willing to deal with congress on. The guy just shines at times! ... He is just a guy who isn't being phony, politically correct, and he honestly speaks his mind. I don't beat around the burning bush either.
Its a phenomenon happening. Once a person steps into the flow of the energy they experience (sense) something greater then themselves moving like a wind. Something spiritual is happening...and we're seeing a lot of manifestation along the way so far...
You seem to one of the few that actually respect and like the guy.
But I'm curious - does it bother you that a GOP representative doesn't seem willing to push the Christian agenda in office? Compared to the other GOP candidates, Trump is a Buddhist or something! (Yes, I know he's Christian, but he doesn't carry that as a chip on his shoulder and he doesn't carry it into the political arena).
Trump has my respect for dismantling the ruling establishment and redefining it. The GOP is divided, some support him, some don't. Others are coming around, some will move to another country. ( )
But I'm curious - does it bother you that a GOP representative doesn't seem willing to push the Christian agenda in office?
Nope, that does not bother me at all. I want a leader as president who listens to us and has our backs.
Trump is just a guy, but one who has amazing courage. I don't wonder where that kind of courage and strength comes from to withstand the fierce destructive attacks he fights to do what he must believe hes called to do. It just keeps on making him stronger.
It must be like walking through the valley of the shadow of death.
Family members say that Trump only sleeps three hours a night, that's what he says too. He loves to work hard, loves it...that's what he does. He'll turn the WH inside out and get it running right.
Hmm. You don't make a very good Republican, then. But that's OK - neither do I. I haven't gotten along with the party's insistence on pushing religion for many years and only stuck with them (mostly) for their conservative fiscal ideas.
Those religious ones involved in politics are ones that want to control people and use religion to do it. That would be / is blasphemy to do it in the name of God. Things are getting shaken up!
I just feel like dancing!
Go ahead - dance away! It's good for both body and soul.
Just don't ask me to join in. I don't like Trump even though I expect to vote for him the same way I voted for Perot and for much the same reason. To try and shake some sense into the circus they call Washington DC.
I was listening to Gingrich saying to this effect that ... The establishment is scared of Trump because he doesn't belong to their secret society club. That is making them crazy. Trump isn't a part of them and their club. They can't control him because he hasn't been through the initiation ritual. So, they have no idea how to relate to Trump.
They have no bribes, oops, I mean donations to hold over his head. No control. That is why so much money is going to Hillary. She is their golden goose now. Parties mean nothing to her handlers as they donate to all of them.
“Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lenders.” – The Honorable Louis McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee in the 1930s
http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-owns-t … erve/10489
The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families
http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-federa … lies/25080
Big donors to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The Rothschilds are the richest and most power family in the world, and the most corrupt. Their net worth is about $400 Trillion. Thanks to Queen Elizabeth asking questions, the "Rothschild Family Indicted and Mainstream Media is Silent" (video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kElp01ovbo
The Rothschild family owns the MSM and our corrupt politicians.
Colofulone beat me to the punch. The corporate conglomerate is also a chief supporter of Hillary as she is for free trade that has devastated the working class in this country. Her husband proved the failure yet she wants to continue the policy. Why you may ask? Because the corporations have made trillions on erasing almost all of the labor cost with overseas labor where in Viet Nam the average wage in these jobs is $0.65 per hour. If you could produce something at that wage compared to $7.00 to $10.00 per hour in the US, what would your profit margin look like?
The sad pathetic truth is that it can never come back. If the tariffs were brought back the US companies would invest heavily in robotics and machinery to keep the wages down. The other sad pathetic truth is that even if the jobs came back washed of overhead there is an ever growing loss of consumers to buy the products. That is why there is a big push for the corporations to move into China where they will soon surpass our economy and consumerism.
What do you think the Jews have to do with all this? Or am I asking the wrong question.
I don't know where you got a Jewish interpretation from all of this. Is it the Rothschild's reference?
I have a theory about the Jews. I actually developed it after I read Adolf Hitler's writings. It's just a theory and don't take it seriously.
The Jews have no culture of their own. Well, they have one, but not as distinct and elaborate one as the difference between German and Chinese food. Do you get what I'm trying to convey? They aren't an original culture. Well, some may argue that Americans themselves have no original culture. That's true upto some extent, given the fact that there is actually no original American cuisine or American national dress, etc. But still America has offered and is offering a lot of original contribution to the world culture, and it is, some may argue, still the center of the world so to speak.
The Jews have no culture of their own. The reasons for this being chiefly two. First off they're a numerical minority. But there are many such numerical minority groups around the world (Native Canadians for example), but they have their own culture. Some might argue that the Jews are the origin of what we call satan. They have a tendency to invade 'alien' cultures that they find suitable for themselves (they won't go to China, for example) and kind of get that culture by its nerve and brain.
Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx, The Rothschilds, etc - what these have in common? They're all prime examples of winning the world in the most subtle and technically clean way.
Even the Hollywood Film and Media organizations, for the most part, are Jewish establishments.
I'm really not an anti semitic guy. But I find the theory stated above to be interesting and partially valid.
Perhaps what this world really needs is a spiritual revolution.
There is an awakening happening, its a phenomena, a peaceful take over of the government. The corruption is being exposed for those who have eyes to see, and ears to hear. Let your voice be heard in you county and state. Trump is for real!
When people tell you that the "Nazis were right wing" simply tell them what NAZI actually means. "National Socialist German Workers' Party." Then watch them fall apart. 80% income tax. Mandatory abortion. A welfare state and socialized daycare/school.
Mr. Trump is, maybe, just on the surface of that spirituality.
Maybe killing off all the Jews, blacks and etc groups in America and elsewhere. Or, maybe, something like this: https://www.facebook.com/notes/erik-law … 4492973996
You already know everything.
For example, how about a system where every human being is guaranteed one complete tour around the world before they die? What if that is made a constitutional right or something like that? I know I'm talking crap, but concepts like these is what heaven made of. It's not going to happen in our current model of economy, but I think it's just as important as inventing a bed, to invent a system of economy and politics where something like this is provided to everyone, everywhere. And I think maybe inventions like these are waiting us in future. It's like setting a figure free, that is hidden inside a large chunk of marble. We'll have to find a way to curve it out. I'm talking crap right now but who knows maybe within the next few centuries we may find this line of thinking quite normal And by the way, the world is already a heaven for those who have eyes to see it
…. "spirituality" in regards to Trump, I am wondering.
My guess is that Mr. Trump is at the edge of his physical life. He's 69, and I guess he has not much to lose at this age and at this stage of his life. He has made money, maybe through immoral channels, we don't know. Anyway, my guess is that he's not getting in politics because he's greedy about money or official power.
When I was in school here in India, and was 18, I remember a young friend of mine (very ambitious) was once said he wanted to be an I.A.S. The full form of IAS is Indian Administrative Services or something like that. It's an educational qualification one may take up and complete after they're a graduate (which I never did). Anyone who ever completes an IAS degree here in India is certain to get a government job that pays more than 1 lakh rupees (1700 dollars) per month, a large governmental bungalow, and a car provided by the government, among other such perks.
Now, that are many young students in India whose chief aim in life is to become an I.A.S. They can't take a joke about this.
Now, Trump or anyone else of that level of awareness, might like to give themselves a decent fight about IAS and things like that. If I had that much money as Mr. Trump does, I would have liked to make a joke out of IAS. It's not that I can't make a joke now, but it becomes much more easier if you're already successful in life, and if you're doing something that is paying you more that one lakh and if you're still not a graduate.
One may argue that there is nothing spiritual about this in the sense that Eckhart Tolle is spiritual, or in the sense that Deepak Chopra is spiritual. But I feel that there is something called real life spirituality, as well.
Why is Trump running for PRESIDENT of the U.S.???? I am really not sure. Maybe to seek justice as far as the rich and enable them able to hold onto their money and not have it taxed unfairly, which the left thinks is totally fair.
He also wants to do some good in a patriotic sense in fighting our enemies, realigning with our allies, and securing the borders, which really must be done.
Maybe he just wants to do these things because SOMEONE has to do it! But, is there MORE to it?
If he is spiritual, which he says he is, he will not do anything to jeopardize the people 's lives and wellbeing. He is a Cancer, a sign which is very protective of the home. A sign which loves children and makes a point to do what is best for them both psychologically and materially.
We do need these focuses right now!!!
I read Mein Kampf recently and while there was a degree of reasoning in it I could follow the Jewish distortions were mind numbing. Hitler's ruminations rambling on with the subject were laborious and long winded to say the least. His dislike and eventual hatred manifested itself in WWII because of a class war he wanted to taint with conspiracies. With his ability to propagandize the distortions and lies with violence and fear he was able to relieve them from their wealth and standings in German society. As it turned out it was a fleecing rationalized by prejudice for greed.
I paint no such picture on a religious faction even with the Islam element that is now becoming popular to paint the same type of fear and loathing. Yeah there is an element that cultivate their power from an affiliation. But I think that the exception to the rule. The biggest determining factor that roots any people out in this folly is their downfall from their greed.
I hope you're correct. But sometimes we never realize certain facts unless we've traveled many other countries and cultures, apart from our own.
Prejudice and greed are a universal human trait and dangerous when unabated. My take on Hitler is not from just one source nor one area. I was in the Peace Corps and traveled throughout the Pacific rim so I have been to and lived in a different culture. Marginalizing a view by figuring out the others perspective is disingenuous as it only endeavors to lift ones own opinion over another's experience. Hitler was a monster who's ego and madness drove millions to their death. To revisit this past with a more sympathetic tone is a waste of time. The only good that can come from it is that we have a conscience of never letting it happen again. What our government has not done is remember that in the many third world countries that now practice this type of genocide.
What do you think can be done to broaden human awareness (one person at a time, and also collectively)?
I'm not sure if I heard it right, but the American nation was founded after the whites had pursued and completed a genocidal policy to eliminate the land of the Native Americans.
Adolf Hitler didn't do anything radically different from what the founding clique who established America, had done. The only thing that separates him is the fact that he was somewhat deluded. But that can be debated.
The Native American Genocide and the Teaching of US History
When the term "genocide" is uttered in mainstream school environments, it usually refers to the Jewish Holocaust, or to other genocides committed in the 20th century: Turkey, Stalin's Russia, Nanking, Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia-Herzegovina. But in many US classrooms, the United States is left out of the list of countries where genocide has occurred. And so, when the College Board decided in 2012 (1) that high school students taking Advanced Placement US history should learn about the American Indian genocide - and other events in our history that do not support the notion that ours is a country where peace, justice and the so-called "American way" have always prevailed - the uproar could be heard from Texas to Georgia, and Colorado to North Carolina.
This unquestioned belief that "America" - that is, white settlers - "had a mission" from God to spread democracy and new technologies sits at the heart of the problem. The issue before us is whether we want an educated populace that has a nuanced understanding of our history during the colonial period or a citizenry that is not equipped to think about history, because one very narrow interpretation of it is accepted without thought or criticism.
By Tanya H. Lee, Truthout | News Analysis
http://media.collegeboard.com/digitalSe … iption.pdf
The American overthrow of the Indigenous people in North America was a travesty of justice to say the least. It started with the Spanish and continued through the English and the French as they "acquired" more land in their conquests. If you want to really talk about a travesty in American History it has to be with the importing of black African slaves for labor and trading. They were treated even worse as their very identity was erased for profit. If you are looking for me to defend these and other actions of the US government in it's Imperial conquests you will get no arguments here. My mind set is more in keeping with exposing these truths and determining what is acceptable as a correction or healing the wounds these events have festered.
As far as changing the human perversion for conquest and killing it comes from two sources. Greed and belief. Whether it be from a thirst for money or an oppression of religion, these two things are the most dearer of the human reasoning's to kill for.
No, I was just kind of checking you out. I wanted to see how much depth you have.
I think it's worthwhile to remember that had the white settlers not captured the land of America from the Native Americans, somebody else would have. What we witness as historical events are actually manifestations of events that rise out of underlying facts and reasons.
The Chinese government, for example, would be very interested to acquire the land of America if the white settlers leave. Or Russia, or someone else. The Native Americans simply could not continue their way of life for too long, in a world where other communities were making inventions and discoveries that improve the quality of overall life. I have deep respect for Native Americans and their culture, but I can not deny practical life. History deals with practical life.
What is unfortunate is the fact that the administrators of the original white-settlers could have dealt with the Native Americans in a more compassionate way. There were natives in Canada, in Australia, in New Zealand as well. But the whites who settled there didn't commit genocide. At least we don't hear about those genocides even if they did.
Germany, today, is in good standing in the world. If the news agencies are correct, it's the wealthiest element among the EU members. And it has been the most compassionate country who have welcomed Syrian refugees in the most heartwarming manner. More can be said about Germany, but let's make it brief here.
Germany could not get to this point of manifestation of its energies if they still had tolerated the passive Jewish control in their community. Just as America could not have been so productive in the world if they started to live like Native Americans.
What's unfortunate is the fact that Germany and Hitler could have deported all the Jews from their country, instead of harming and killing them.
But just as in our personal life, we do not seem to learn certain lessons unless we suffer upto a tragic length, and therefore grow wiser.
I have heard we are at the lower end of the higher ages. We are headed to amazing times. However, the age of Aquarius is bringing more tests, maybe more treacherous than ever before. I feel like we are in a kind of lull compared to what lies ahead. Also I feel it has little to do with Armageddon. It won't be that easy to escape the consequences of the use of individual and collective use of free will.
Enjoy the lull, (what is left,) while it lasts, I say.
I hope I passed your checkup on my depth because it would devastate me if it was otherwise. NOT!
"There were natives in Canada, in Australia, in New Zealand as well. But the whites who settled there didn't commit genocide. At least we don't hear about those genocides even if they did."
There was and still is genocide even to this day in those aforementioned countries. While to a much, much lesser degree there is still animosity and greed when the "white settlers" come into contact with something they want whether it be land or money. In the beginning of these countries it was just as violent and severe as any of the battles we have seen where land disputes between the indigenous and invader clash.
Your hanging onto of a peaceful Hitler conciliation with the Jewish holocaust makes me question the depth of your studies as well.
If you're talking about 'undocumented' genocides, then we may have much to talk. Nobody has been videotaping every second of the past centuries of human interaction. We really don't have much firsthand knowledge regarding these issues such as genocide, or human love, as they continued through history.
We are forced to depend upon secondhand accounts. And ourselves.
You are actually quite wrong about similar treatment of indigenous peoples all over this world , perhaps the P.C. of todays media influences have clouded your knowledge . Indians everywhere suffered and suffer still . Canada for instance has mirrored the treatment of natives to the US. This knowledge is quite open and common if one reads into it. America's hyper- left would have the entire world believe that people like George A Custer , Christopher Columbus , and those like General Miles and Kit Carson are the only evils in the otherwise utopian society that leftists blame for the evils of American caused , world genocide . ........But REAL truth itself , knows the rest of the story ! You will find a lot of allies here of either persuasion , I advise a neutral study of YOUR own . I can give you allies here , of either persuasion if you like .
What Canada committed against First Nations was genocide. The UN should recognize it
On Monday, Oct. 14, we have the unique and historic opportunity to meet with Professor James Anaya, the Special United Nations Rapporteur for Indigenous People. It is our conviction that Canada’s history with First Nations people was not just dark and brutal, but in fact constituted a “genocide” as defined by the 1948 UN Convention on Genocide. Unresolved issues regarding genocide can have the effect of holding back real progress in economic development in any community.
The United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (CPPCG) was adopted on Dec. 9, 1948. It gives a very clear definition of what is and what is not a genocide. Stated another way, since 1948, social scientists have had the necessary tools to determine if genocide has occurred. It should also be pointed out that under the CPPCG, the intention to commit genocide is itself a crime, and not just the act of genocide.
It’s clear that Canada’s first prime minister Sir John A. MacDonald’s policy of starving First Nations to death in order to make way for the western expansion of European settlers meets the criteria of genocide under the CPPCG.
Phil Fontaine and Bernie Farber
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 7:30AM EDT
Last updated Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 3:11PM EDT
However, the point remains identical to the original one: that if the whites who've established today's Canada, didn't forcefully acquire the land from the Native Canadians, then somebody else might have.
China is very willing to acquire Canada, and the entire North America. There are many such forces available in the world who would commit similar atrocities if Americans, Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders leave their lands.
A friend posted "The Communist Takeover Of America - 45 Declared Goals" list on Facebook yesterday. Its a little long, but I found it interesting to read.
[From "The Naked Communist," by Cleon Skousen]
1. U.S. acceptance of coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.
2. U.S. willingness to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war.
3. Develop the illusion that total disarmament [by] the United States would be a demonstration of moral strength.
4. Permit free trade between all nations regardless of Communist affiliation and regardless of whether or not items could be used for war.
5. Extension of long-term loans to Russia and Soviet satellites.
6. Provide American aid to all nations regardless of Communist domination.
7. Grant recognition of Red China. Admission of Red China to the U.N. ...
Our country was founded on the separation of church and state.
I am a Christian and I know Trump is a Christian. I don't feel the need to actually state the fact that I am a Christian over and over again. I don't think Trump feels the need to do it either!
If Hillary wins the presidency by hook and crook, Donald Trump will be going down in a blaze of glory. He will be A HERO. She will still be a villain.
(Remember the women, children, and men who were murdered at the WACO Davidian under Bill Clinton?... Yeah, when Hillary was acting as the Unofficial Co-President.)
Oh but, I don't like Trump's hair they cry.
Well, Hillary wears wigs!
I believe Hillary may be pardoned by Obama , but that may or more than likely, NOT help her .
I hope you are right as the more disgusted we get with these slime bags we may become more united for change. We must form an Article 5 Convention where we can change the rules the dirt bags have side stepped for years to wrangle control away from us. Term limits, publicly financed campaigns and lobby reform would be the best we could do to turn this criminal element out of our system for good.
" I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical." Thomas Jefferson
From the time I was able to vote I voted Republican. I am 80 years old, and have a great deal of respect and influence with hundreds of senior ball players who also network with thousands of others around the country.
I received your questionnaire and request for money and strongly agree with every question, as I have since Obama was elected. Unfortunately the one question that was missing is “What have the Republicans done for the American people?” We gave you a majority in the House and Senate, yet you never listened to us. Now you want our money.
You should be more concerned about our votes, not our money. You are the establishment, which means all you want is to save your jobs and line your pockets… Well guess what? “It’s not going to happen” You shake in your boots when I tell you we’re giving our support to TRUMP and he hasn’t asked for a dime.
You might think we are fools because you feel Trump is on a self destruction course, but you need to look beyond Washington and listen to the masses. Nobody has achieved what he has, especially in the liberal state of New York.
You clearly don’t understand why the Trump movement is so strong, so I’d like to share with you an analogy to help explain the Trump phenomenon. By the way, it’s not just the Republicans who feel ignored and disrespected, there are plenty of Democrats and Independents who also feel let down by the Washington elite. You seem to have forgotten about “We The People” and who hired you to represent us.
So here it is, the best analogy I could come up with. Here is the reason so many Americans have boarded the Trump Train, and why you’re pleas to come back to the party who deserted us, is falling on deaf ears:
You’ve been on vacation for two weeks, you come home, and your basement is infested with raccoons. Hundreds of rabid, messy, mean raccoons have overtaken your basement. You want them gone immediately…You call the city and four different exterminators, but nobody could handle the job. There is this one guy however, who guarantees you he will get rid of them, so you hire him. You don’t care if the guy smells, you don’t care if the guy swears, you don’t care how many times he’s been married, you don’t care if he was friends with liberals, you don’t care if he has plumber’s crack…you simply want those raccoons gone! You want your problem fixed! He’s the guy. He’s the best. Period. Here’s why we want Trump: Yes he’s a bit of an ass, yes he’s an egomaniac, but we don’t care. The country is a mess because politicians have become too self-serving. The Republican Party is two-faced & gutless. Illegal aliens have been allowed to invade our nation. We want it all fixed! We don’t care that Trump is crude, we don’t care that he insults people, we don’t care that he had been friendly with Hillary, we don’t care that he has changed positions, we don’t care that he’s been married three times, we don’t care that he fights with Megan Kelly and Rosie O’Donnell, we don’t care that he doesn’t know the name of some Muslim terrorist.
This country is weak, bankrupt, our enemies are making fun of us, we are being invaded by illegal aliens and bringing tens of thousands of Muslim refugees to America, while leaving Christians behind to be persecuted. We are becoming a nation of victims where every Tom, Ricardo and Hasid is part of a special group with special rights, to the point where we don’t even recognize the country we were born and raised in; “AND WE JUST WANT IT FIXED” and Trump is the only guy who seems to understand what the people want.
We’re sick of politicians. We’re sick of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. We just want this thing fixed. Trump may not be a saint, but he isn’t beholden to lobbyist money and he doesn’t have political correctness restraining him. All we know is that he has been very successful, he’s an excellent negotiator, he has built a lot of things, and he’s also not a politician. He’s definitely not a cowardly politician. When he says he’ll fix it, we believe him because he is too much of an egotist to be proven wrong or looked at and called a liar.
Oh yeah…I forgot…we don’t care if the guy has bad hair either.
We just want those raccoons gone.
Out of your house.
(from 100% FED Up! by anonymous)
That's it, people aren't concerned about the small stuff. (except for small minded people, but we don't have any of them in the HubPages Forums)
" I know one woman whom I had actually considered fairly intelligent who actually answered , "I won't vote for Trump because I absolutely hate his hair "
I have heard some of these inane remarks myself. But between Trump and Rubio doing the dozens with each other, the size of his hands?, this really is back to high school stuff.
I once used to consider physically short people (those below the 5 feet mark) to be powerless and I used to be sensitive towards them whenever I met one. I used to feel I might hurt their feelings and I used to abstain myself from inciting any conversation that might bring up about anything that is tall, like the Empire State building, etc. Funny!
Years later, I found out that these short guys are some of the most dangerous enemies that one can make in life.
Napoleon comes to mind. But we all have our own distortions.
It's actually called Napoleon syndrome.
"Think Your Vote Was Counted? Think Again."
http://observatorial.com/2016/03/10/thi … ink-again/
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Joseph Stalin allegedly said:
“It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”
Sadly, in America, this is the case with ongoing widespread voter fraud taking place in nearly every state that’s held a primary election. And a former computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil, designed the program to hack voting machines in 2000.
Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis told the world in open testimony that voting machines are not only hackable to determine an election, but that he’s done it.
Curtis’ testified before US House Judiciary Committee Members in Ohio in 2006. He testified that Tom Feeney hired him to build software that would rig an election using electronic voter machines. According to Curtis, he could rig the machines in such a way to determine a 51/49 split in favor of a desired candidate.
I pray to God election fraud is stopped! That's what was happening in Texas when electronic votes were being switched from Trump to Rubio.
* http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/as-r … switching/
Thank you Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis for being a stand-up man and telling the truth. Bless his heart!
Yeah, all that happened because of the former GOP Bush Administration taking too many liberties with our systems and screwing this country and our reputation up as badly as they did. Independents and people who care were/are not about to let that EVER happen again.
The GOP needs a decent candidate to compete for these elections ever since the GWB massive failures. But, what they do instead is make sure to give us more reason to NOT let them in that office.
I can only imagine that there are at least a few good candiates on both sides who would qualify (yeah, Hillary is getting my vote) - but that is not the way they are chosen; they are chosen by how much hype they can stir up; and who can make our country's divisions DEEPER. That is who brainwashed GOP constituents always seem to want.
Put a serious candidate up there and you might stand a chance against even Hillary.
1. A 20th century politician who may face indictment for a federal felony charge.
2. A megalomaniac bigot who incites violence.
3. A little boy who is wearing a hat way too large for him.
4. A liar who reminds us of the Nixon days.
5. A worn out former governor whose time has come and gone.
Yea, that'is a great slate. Sit this one out as a protest.
Every candidate has an easy to find website. No excuse for ignorance. That said, when the people vote for cake and circuses you get what free college gives.
Without sounding too auspicious, I truly see a Sanders-Cruz competition, regardless of what the pundits are spewing.
Love the way Trump has beat media at their own game.
Love how much more interesting this election season has been.
Very sad how much bad information from the past has infused the mainstream population.
Especially sad how it is positively OK to bash religion without realizing that for many people their political views are their religion, and they bash others with it more ruthlessly than religions of love and peace.
Does anyone realize the more laws you have the less likely they are to be enforced unless someone wants to attack someone?
I like what you said.
"Does anyone realize the more laws you have the less likely they are to be enforced unless someone wants to attack someone?"
This! I would like to see some of the laws on the books being enforced, instead of ignored. We don't need more laws. After all, it is laws of the land that keep us safe when they are enforced. I think it creates a healthy respect or fear.
If I walk in the park with my dog without a poop bag, according to posted law, I am breaking the law. I hate dog crap just left, but to be finded?
Fear of the police is not healthy. So many of our laws (most?) are there simply to give police an excuse to punish/arrest/stop when they have no reasonable cause.
Example: my son was once stopped when driving...for a dirty license plate. Of course it wasn't that at all - he was shirtless, dirty and disheveled, heading for an auto parts store to get parts to finish the car repair he was working on. The cop simply wanted to stop him and investigate him, not for anything he did but because he looked bad. I've read where it is virtually impossible to drive even a couple of miles without violating some law or another and think that's probably true. A cracked tail light lens, a dirty license plate, speeding by 1 mph, forget the turn signal, make a wide turn, lose concentration and "weave" in your lane, ice on the back window; the list is nearly endless of things you can be stopped for.
Good morning, wilderness!
Correction: Healthy respect or healthy fear.
There is "healthy fear" and there is "unhealthy fear". Phobias are unhealthy, while conscientiously respecting the laws of the land is a "healthy fear" ... because people do not want the adverse consequences of breaking the law.
When I wrote that post, I was thinking more of the heroine dealers that come across the southern border to sell illegal drugs in the US. There is a heroine epidemic in several states, and the heroine trafficking could be greatly curtailed by enforcing-laws. The Border Patrol has been ordered to stand down from enforcing immigration laws, to allow illegal aliens to come and go by the Obama Administration.
Heroine deaths could be reduced by the WH. Its a real problem that is taking lives, and leaving children without parents. etc.
I wasn't thinking about a minor traffic stop.
Sorry, but if Trump is elected, only those who voted for him will deserve the stupidity that will ensue. The rest of us will be saying "I told you so" and "how could you be so stupid?"
Edited to add: How many of you regret voting for GWB? I told you so, and how could you be so stupid. How many of you regret supporting the invasion of Iraq? I told you so and how could you be so stupid.
There are a whole lot of people saying those exact same things about Obama and have been for several years. It doesn't matter who is the sitting president (Democrat or Republican)... there will be people who say "I told you so" and "how could you be so stupid".
Well, of course, the question is whether or not those comments directed at a particular presidency are wholly deserved. GWB oversaw 9/11, the Iraq debacle, the Katrina disaster, and the economic collapse. Seems pretty deserving of an "I told you so" and "What WERE you thinking?"
You're blaming a president, any president, for a terrorist attack and a hurricane? An economic collapse that was years in the making? Really?
I'm not blaming him for the attack, I'm blaming him for ignoring specific intelligence that the attack was imminent. I'm not blaming him for the hurricane, I'm blaming him for appointing his unqualified buddy to head FEMA, and for the inept response that followed. I'm not blaming him entirely for the economic collapse, but he was in charge at the time, and his policies did nothing to ebb the downward spiral of the economy, until it was so late that a bailout was required.
I notice you didn't mention the Iraq invasion, the biggest debacle of them all, that cost our country thousands of lives and billions of dollars, for pretty much nothing.
Well, now - the Iraq invasion was done on the basis of semi-false intelligence information. While it DID turn out there were WMD's there they were pretty minor and not significant enough to warrant a war. But you do blame him for that bad information, I see.
Bush knew there would be planes flown into the towers that day? News to me! Poor FEMA response in Katrina was primarily due to lack of cooperation from New Orleans, not FEMA and certainly not Bush. And the collapse was a result of congress declaring that everyone should have a house and forcing banks to make bad loans, not from watching a spiral downward for years. So poor old Bush didn't cause any of those things but still gets the blame - not unusual as we commonly give praise and blame both to the president whether he could or did anything at all.
The active phase of the economic crises during Bush as president can be dated from August 9, 2007, when Banque Nationale de Paris S.A. (BNP) (Bank of Paris and the Netherlands) terminated withdrawals from three hedge funds citing "a complete evaporation of liquidity".
Financial crisis of 2007–08
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial … E2%80%9308
The banks can create economic crises, not presidents. BUT, the politicians lie to cover for their puppeteers and the Democrats blame the Republicans, R's blame the D's. The media doesn't tell the truth, and the public is left to believe whatever they listen to...blah, blah, blah.
And, the bankers and D&R corrupt politicians line their pockets for being good little puppets. Sounds like a song and dance!
Your right, Bush didn't cause the economy to crash! He gets blamed a lot, but that's part of the game...he gained!
I expect the next economic crises will come as a result of the Bank of China decreasing the USD even more, but I could be wrong. 1 US Dollar equals = 6.49 Chinese Yuan...and that they will wait till after our election. If a Republican is president, Communist China will blame him, and so will the Dems and liberal press...and on and on we go!
Thank you, Sandi Kroeger. Glad you liked this post. I like it so much that I am going to bump-it. There is a lot to learn about the levels of corruption in government and with those who buy them. We have hope.
It's human nature to want to point a finger at someone or something that we believe has caused a problem. Often it is just a way to express anger or alleviate our own guilt. Finger pointing will rarely solve any problem but we see it everywhere in the world of politics.
"It's human nature to want to point a finger at someone or something that we believe has caused a problem. Often it is just a way to express anger or alleviate our own guilt. Finger pointing will rarely solve any problem but we see it everywhere in the world of politics."
Pointing people in a direction where they might be able to see where there is a huge problem for themselves isn't pointless. People don't need more light shined in the darkness, but only need to be open to see the bigger picture for themselves. Everything is relative and connected in political science, Einstein...
Just love to see the arrogance of so many on these hub pages. There must be so many more people with genius IQs than I ever thought there could be. Everything is indeed relative AND my perception is my reality!
"Just love to see the arrogance of so many on these hub pages. There must be so many more people with genius IQs than I ever thought there could be. Everything is indeed relative AND my perception is my reality!" - Sandi Kroeger
Things are not always what they seem and corrupt politicians and the liberal mainstream media are great at making people see what they want them to see even if it doesn't have a hint of truth. They put off the perceptions they want that aren't reflective of the truth. So! Perceptions can become colored in the way they are presented and in the way we filter them. - Its interesting to watch it play out.
I don't judge ("point a finger") HubPages members unkindly or sardonically. We do have rules in the forums.
Some of Trump supporters discovered their Votes were switched for Rubio in the state of Texas. I remember mentioning it on TX voting day when people were seeing that their electronic votes were switched. So, no recount? Old news now? Too bad, too sad!
https://www.google.com/search?q=why+tru … o+in+texas
Why can't a find I reputable source to confirm that? Can you provide one?
Austin radio station flooded with reports of voting machines switching votes from Trump to Rubio (audio)
http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/austin- … -to-rubio/
Austin/Cedar Park TX voting machine switched Trump vote to Rubio prr KLBJ-AM caller (transcript)
I watched the video. I would be interested to see how you felt if we had a similar video of members of an armed occupation you didn't agree with leaving the area they were occupying, refusing to surrender to arrest by insisting they planned on driving another fifty miles and talking to another law enforcement branch, advising the law enforcement on site to 'stand down', leaving at high speeds and attempting to circumvent a road block, jumping out of the vehicle and yelling 'shoot me' and when no one would reaching into their coat as if to pull a gun.
I am continually saddened by the one sided, arrogant and disrespectful nature of some American attitudes. Refusal to look at a situation fairly and honestly; hypocritically complaining about behavior patterns when those they support are treated in similar manners to those they don't. Cheering on the police at one moment when video evidence would suggest further investigation into the legality of their actions; then lambasting them at others when video evidence suggests they acted within the boundaries of common sense.
Lavoy Finicum died because Lavoy Finicum did not recognize the authority of the law. He appeared to be of sound mind so it is not unreasonable to assume that was by choice.
I think Trump knows what we want to hear. He wants to get elected. Will it be the same as with Obama: "Elect me and there will be hope!" Trump: "Elect me and there will be hope!"
HOPE FOR WHAT?
Changes? Toward what end?
Greatness? What is greatness?
Prosperity and jobs? By what means?
W h a t L i b e r t y?
When the boundaries become so multiplied, complicated and tangled up in laws, legalities, regulations, mandatory fines and over-burdensome taxation, what hope, greatness, prosperity or happiness can there possibly BE ?????
How to get back to the basics????????
Is it possible?
Can Trump bring Hope, Change, Prosperity and the potential of J O Y to our collective human condition?
What CAN he bring about?
I have a theory about this too.
I think the level of true democratic participation depends upon the level of collective awareness of a community. The voting-machine, itself, is really nothing. And I don't think anyone forces anyone to vote for anyone or anything. We all do it voluntarily.
The problem is that of awareness.
We need a Leader.
We do not have philosopher Kings. Maybe this is an unfortunate fact.
The people have brains the size of peas in regards to knowing what they need in order to be happy and secure within a home or within their country. The ideal is everyone enjoying the earth and living harmoniously according to their own strengths and abilities, as far as being able to survive and contribute.
Now we're talking about real spirituality.
There are many voters, and one or two voters themselves can not do much if the remaining voters have the same old awareness within, and outside, themselves.
But if we can, however, alter and elevate that awareness, upto a collective level, then they themselves would be demanding their rights and making true democratic spirit and participation happen around them. There are many sections in both US and Indian national constitutions which support people if they would like to deactivate a government. (By the way, the modern Indian constitution is heavily influenced by the American constitution.)
The key here is the collective elevation of awareness. If we can make everyone 'see' what's really going on about and over their head - they would be moved. The challenge is how do we make them 'see'? It's difficult to 'see'.
~ especially when they were either lucky enough to have … or unlucky enough not to have.
But the word "luck" is the point of ignorance, isn't it?
In this light, what would YOU have them see?
I would have them SEE that educating their children is the most important thing they can possibly do. And this is where the world needs a great deal, (understatement,) of improvement!!!!
Well, we can make them see many other relevant things, things that would 'drastically' elevate their level of awareness in a collective manner.
For example, the cat in your neighborhood do not know that there is a cat in my neighborhood, crossing the blue ocean. Etc.
Do you know where YOUR cat even is at this very moment?
~ wandering around outside, playing in someone else's house, eating another cat's, (or dog's ) food, not respecting boundaries. Shame on my cat. I can't do a thing about it. Can people across the blue ocean do anything as far as holding their cat to some sort of reasonable standards or discipline????
Allowing the people Liberty is the only guarantee of prosperity because Liberty ALONE leads to enthusiasm and motivation in life. Did Mr. Marx know or care about the human spirit in regards to its dependence on FREEDOM for happiness??
Freedom is what free, self guided, will requires. Certain boundaries guarantee FREEDOM. When followed, The Golden Rule provides the main necessary boundary. All rules should be based on this main boundary.
Well, my personal opinion is that Mr. Marx was just trying feel important in a world where he couldn't connect himself to any specific culture, and therefore he didn't become culturally creative, but culturally de-constructive and an element of cultural annihilation. I think the same is true about Mr. Freud as well. I have always felt that the 'intellectual' Jews suffer from a sort of cultural complex. They're highly intelligent, but they're also disappointed because their own Jewish culture doesn't provide them an original culture that they can build something upon. So they go to Germany, Amercia (but not in China ), and elsewhere, where they may become important.
Whenever I see an interview of Noam Chomsky, I can't but feel that my gut about the 'important Jews', is true.
Did Mr. Marx know or care about the human spirit in regards to its dependence on FREEDOM for happiness??
I really do not comprehend his confusion in regards to connecting to culture. Why do you mention this issue?
"… culturally creative, but culturally de-constructive and an element of cultural annihilation. I think the same is true about Mr. Freud as well. I have always felt that the 'intellectual' Jews suffer from a sort of cultural complex. They're highly intelligent, but they're also disappointed because their own Jewish culture doesn't provide them an original culture that they can build something upon." R.
Perhaps you've some insights for us regarding the importance of identifying with one's own culture.
Well, I had to define myself to myself over many times during the years. You need to understand that India is a very complex country. There used to be an original culture in this land. They used to speak Sanskrit, the descendants of this old language are now Bengali, Hindi, etc. I speak Bengali myself.
Now, there was an invasion on this land by Muslims. So it disrupted the cultural flow of India. Then the British. Now all of this happened decades, and centuries before I was born. But the effect of these invasions are still continuing in India.
Right now, there is no original culture in India, so to speak. I mean there is, but it's not creatively evolving. What's happening is that people around this place are unconsciously copying everything that's happening in the 'West', culturally. So I think I have some legit right to speak about the Jews!
You can not expect anyone who has no culture of their own, though he or she might be highly intelligent and etc, to contribute creatively into another 'alien' culture.
I don't mean that a Jew should be denied permanent job visa or citizenship into a foreign country. They should be, there's no harm if they work in any corporation or office etc. But when these 'intellectual' Jews start formulating sophisticated philosophies, you better be prepared.
Lastly, I must confess the fact that these are all theories and don't take them seriously.
Oh. I do not understand what you are saying. Your statements have a solution in spirituality?
Ultimately we're all spirits. Culture, nations etc are superficial things. I'm 29 now. 80 years later my nationality won't be bothering me much. I might be dead by then, and might be born elsewhere in Brazil or in Uruguay, or elsewhere.
If reincarnation exists, then we might all have had multiple citizenships.
Actually, I worked closely with a woman from India who was half English, (British) and half Hindu.
She felt all messed up and confused.
She didn't know what religion or culture to identify with. She eventually found a solution
… and it does take a search.
I myself was happy to find out about my Scottish background. But, I was raised not knowing. I think Americans are almost trained to not identify with a culture.
I think America itself is a culture.
I sometimes wonder how the American government connect across the original whites (those who have established America), the Chinese, the Korean community, the Jews, the Indians and Pakistanis, the blacks etc. It's something really difficult to do. I have many times imagined myself as an American politician. The results were both extreme and fascinating.
Chomsky, Noam |ˈCHäm(p)skē|
(1928–), US theoretical linguist; full name Avram Noam Chomsky. Noted for expounding the theory of generative grammar, he also theorized that linguistic behavior is innate, not learned, and that all languages share the same underlying grammatical base. Notable works: Syntactic Structures (1957) and Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (1965).
Why did you mention this guy?
Because he's always saying, in a profoundly affecting manner, that American and British governments are criminals and etc.
But when the interviewer asked him what is the meaning of life, he says: "Ants also have life. . ."
"... historian of linguistics Frederick Newmeyer considers Syntactic Structures "revolutionary" for two reasons. Firstly, it showed that a formal yet non-empiricist theory of language was possible and more importantly, it demonstrated this possibility in a practical sense by formally treating a fragment of English grammar. Secondly, it put syntax at the center of the theory of language. Syntax was recognized as the focal point of language production, in which a finite set of rules can produce an infinite number of sentences. As a result, morphology and phonology were relegated in importance."
empiricism |emˈpirəˌsizəm| noun Philosophy
the theory that all knowledge is derived from sense-experience. Stimulated by the rise of experimental science, it developed in the 17th and 18th centuries, expounded in particular by John Locke, George Berkeley, and David Hume. Compare with phenomenalism.
"a formal yet non-empiricist theory of language was possible …"
language itself is not based on the senses, but something *from within* !!!!?
syntax |ˈsinˌtaks| noun
the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language:
Language might just be the spirit inside us expressing itself? Even cats display a myriad variations of vocal tone based on their moods and feelings. And cats, too, have facial expressions, just as we do.
Not mine. He is all black - can't see his expressions. He is very hard to read. His name is Rikki.
~ pretty much. He is big like a black panther. I think he is part exotic. He has green eyes.
Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance
The best way to learn any language is to learn the sounds of the alphabet first and how to put the letters into words, words into sentences, sentences into … etc.
~ thats right. They return for a bite to eat … well, if they haven't been fed by SOMEONE ELSE!
Well, the cat we have occasionally brings in small lizards, rats, even doves. I think they don't do much hunting specifically because we don't like to clean after them. Otherwise God has provided them with enough food.
by Russell Brand (shelved 1 time as noam-chomsky)
I wonder what HE has to say!!!???
In this book, Russell Brand hilariously lacerates the straw men and paper tigers of our conformist times and presents, with the help of experts as diverse as Thomas Piketty and George Orwell, a vision for a fairer, sexier society that’s fun and inclusive.
http://www.amazon.com/Revolution-Russel … 1101882913
(You are welcome, Russell!)
People with the name 'Russell', seem to be always fascinating. Bertrand Russell for example.
You are still up there in… near Nepal… I forget where.
Well I'm still in this 3rd World gutter near Darjeeling. I hope I've settled the matter.
Russell, Bertrand |ˈrəsəl|
, 3rd Earl Russell (1872–1970), British philosopher, mathematician, and social reformer; full name Bertrand Arthur William Russell. In Principia Mathematica (1910–13) he and A. N. Whitehead attempted to express all of mathematics in formal logic terms. He expounded logical atomism in Our Knowledge of the External World (1914) and neutral monism in The Analysis of Mind (1921). Nobel Prize for Literature (1950).
Maybe thats why he is so finicky as far as his prepared meals.
yes. its good I can't see his expressions when he jumps up to eat on top of the TV cabinet. Thats where his TV tray is. He looks down at us when happy. Otherwise he puts up his tail and faces the wall just staring at the junk he is expected to eat ...
Have you? usually its grey green and dark blue.
Have you seen a blue ocean? There is churning sand, waves, depths and light reflecting according to various times of day … We could declare the sky to be blue too: But of course, there are clouds, fog or haze and thank goodness for atmosphere and changing weather patterns. If the sea were blue and the sky were blue … well… everything would sure be blue.
Of course, when viewed from space, the earth is blue, green and white.
So you are probably right.
This is the one that I've seen in person. It's not pure blue, it's light blue. But the internet offers a lot more than that.
On second thought I think may be, I have not. It's a lot of material. That I have not personally experienced. The good thing is that it doesn't take any more than thirty hours to arrive at San Francisco, from here, and vice versa.
The US Federal Reserve, The Bank of England, the European Central Bank, the Bank of Japan, and the Bank of England...and those who run them. They run the show. ..elected officials do their dirty work and get taken care of very well on our dollars.
Money is fictitious. Let's all go to these banks you mentioned tomorrow. And lets all ask to close our accounts.. watch how fast your idea of leadership crumbles. Money is the biggest lieing politician of them all.
My point is that no other nation is any better .we all being lead by dolts
I think you underestimate the power of greed. These systems and political tiers we now have are being constructed by very smart and wily characters. We are the dolts who dream of these "leaders" taking us away from the harm this current structure has developed. We are afraid to make hard choices and vote with our country in mind. Everyone wants for themselves and can't face the responsibility of investigating and making informed decisions. Sanders offers free everything while others offer programs that have proven don't work. We my friend are the dolts for being so easily led astray.
And those who support any of our dolts in this election deserve what they get.
Trump is going to purpose we bring back Glass-Seagull Banking Act, and I believe it will get him elected. There are four rules with that law, two were being followed by the Federal Reserve, but Bill Clinton did away with the other two while president. You can bet that Hillary was in on that acting as his Un-Official-VP. I can hardly wait to hear the lies coming out of her mouth in a Trump vs Clinton debt. But, most people are smart and will check the facts for themselves, I think.
Government policies and the subprime mortgage crisis! The bankers made a haul and the Clintons gained for doing the dirty deeds. Greed!
Follow the money!
Unfortunately, there are indeed many Dummies living in this country who will VOTE for a CON-Man Bigot like Trump ~ FORTUNATELY, not nearly enough to get him elected President ~ He'll probably be in Prison by Election time anyway ~ ~
He doesn't look good lately either, I mean he's always been a Creepy Strange looking FelIow, but I'm watching him on "MTP" right now and his skin is orangey colored, the bags under his eys and his lips are Purple-ish, and well, his Hair PLUGz look the same ~ ~ He's Babbling almost Incoherently as well, as usual, and he's being "Called" on MORE Lies which he NEVER admits to ~ ~ He's obviously a Shady Wounded Character with Pressing Psychological Issues ~
These Forums , these open media sources are one new way of an over governed people who are watching as tyranny overshadows their elected legislative representation , so that they may actually HAVE a voice , whether listened to or not by government ! If you, Sandi Kroeger, or any one else has a problem reading any political opinions , then simply stay away from the forums .
Forums are also one way for even differing opinions to view each other first and then vice opinions until all of us find either a middle ground or our own un-flexing ideological differences , Join in ! Or stay away , it really makes little difference , but then why complain .
Thank you for singling me out in the midst of thousands of postings related to political opinions and shenanigans - many of which are not very nice OR open-minded. That being said, I do enjoy reading the forums and believe everyone has a right to their opinion.
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