November 2011

Super Committee members enjoying a Special Interest Cash Bonanza!

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The super committe is turning into the worst of the worst example of what is wrong with our democracy.

Max Baucus's $1.5 Million fee from the Health Care Industry for Obama Care.

The following excerpt was taken from David Harvey's book "The Enigma of Capital" page 220:

Ha Ha Wall Street is doing to you what you have done to others. But now I'm the 99%-right

Pony boy would be laughing his butt off right now. Now that the middle class has been getting screwed by the upper class they want to whine about how unfair it is. Comical. But I guess it's good for something. I know that if the lower class was to do this we would have been shot with real bullets already. And no one would care. And I know no one would care cause it's been going on for a long time. You think you know police brutality,unjustified arrests. Sure. I think thats why I don't see any larg minority groups involved. They know what will happen to them.

Raise your own taxes

My plan is to raise my own taxes. I hear all these statistics about folks wanting the government to raise their taxes. For my 2011 filing, I plan to take less deductions and raise my own taxes a bit. Stop saying, "Raise my taxes" and just do it yourself if you are so inclined.

POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!: “...Out there is a fortune waiting to be had, if you think I’ll let it go your MAD!!...”

“…You got another COMING!...”

ROCK ON 99%

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For the Morons who hate the Occupy Wall St. Protestors.

I can't believe some of us who are in the 99% are actually condemning what those magnificent protestors are trying to accomplish. The video discusses it.

GALLUP: 58% of Americans want a 3rd Party Candidate for President in 2012.

Barac O'Lieberman was the last straw.

Come On Jesse Ticket!! (ventura/jackson, jackson/ventura).

And to hell with Ron Paul

http://www.gallup.com/poll/143051/Americans-Renew-Call-Third-Party.aspx

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The GOP war on workers has killed again...

It’s time to stop the conservative's war on working people in America.

Since the birth of our nation, conservatives have always been wary of average working-class Americans having too much political or economic power. John Adams, the second President of the United States and a Federalist (precursor to today’s Republicans), was very wary of the working class, which he referred to as “the rabble.”