Yes. It's a bit difficult for Obama supporters to come to terms with this, so don't expect a reply from them. Don't expect a reply from Romney supporters because they know most likely he will continue in that same vein, and they want to push that out of their minds as much as possible.
Voting for either of these candidates is tantamount to covering up your ears and saying "Nope, not listening!".
It only translates the level of hypocrisy reigning on this platform, serving as a microcosm of the American society. Where are the maverick minds that built the US? The pro-Obama flatter his social "reform" forgetting on the other side that he consented on the new bills that restricted freedom, forgetting that he's droning civilians in any country refusing the American yolk. The military budget being 700 billion.
A parenthesis here, Ben Affleck, guest at Mahler's show mocked the lack of freedom of speech in Iran without even considering the US as a future model.
Question to hubpages, since I can't post anymore, are we that far from a dictatorship?
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