Wednesday, August 11, 2010


@Whippet, why blame apathy, what could 98 out 100, or an even more infinitesimal number in reality, possibly do in response to the rape and looting of the national treasury? One doesn't hear too much from the likes of Pelosi, Frank and Reid these days, except sound bites of their rants to insiders. They have to recognize the gig is up, their days of pulling the levers of power at the behest of the highest bidder are coming to an end. Yet, who will replace them. A good first step is to vote against any incumbent who can be connected to Wall Street Gate. I noted that the US Congress's interest in maintaining the viability of the dollar in order to maintain status quo and thus their own retirement in perpetuity made strange bedfellows with Wall Street Financiers, who are complicit in the smoke and mirrors game being run by the Fed and Treasury to prop up the dollar. It would have been better to let the banks fail and deal with the aftermath, than to sell off the assets of the American People to keep the Banks and Investment Bankers alive. Either way, the end result is going to be the same, the people of these United States will still be here to pick up the pieces, what remains to be seen is whether our federal government will be the enemy.

@Gaffer, almost the same response as to @Whippet, what could the average person possibly do, or even why should they care. It's up to their elected representatives in government to represent them as constituents, instead we have a failed system of government. What could anyone possibly do except fight against that system by any means necessary, and to what end? If you can't answer these questions, then you're just blowing smoke. The average American isn't to blame. Answer the question, what can they do? We learned during the Vietnam War that the MSM is not to be trusted. Even if the Internet had been available, it would have taken a ground swell of public disapproval to have changed anything. I think we're seeing the same thing. Our government is acting independently of the interests of the American People, and there isn't a damn thing anyone CAN do about it, except to communicate and share information. It's an uphill battle, and we may have already lost the war. Peace, out.


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