Republican party v. Democratic party

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steve.haslet
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Hello,

I'm currently having a debate with my neighbor regarding dems v repubs and their differences. He maintains there are few differences and I say that the differences are many. I'm wondering which of Thom's books might address the fundamental differences between the two. 

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gary phillips
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Parties KILL free thinking!  

Parties KILL free thinking!   It's like the bundling of your TV subscription or buying a computer - to get the 10 or 20% of good stuff you want, you must accept a bundle of other stuff you don't want or don't care about.   It's an awful system, and one that polarizes and incites controversy, which works out perfect for the party leaders who claim they are standing up for their constituency, while all the time accomplishing nothing.   In other words, as a party leader, if you can persuade your constituency that abortions, same sex marriage, and marijuana dispensaries are the top issues, then you really don't have to solve any REAL problems like economy, jobs, mortgages, immigartion, energy, environment, etc...   The result, of course, is the American dream is sliding into a banana republic, while we tax paying citizens helplessly watch in horror.

Lon-Paul
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The Republicans & Democrats

The Republicans & Democrats have been taking their orders fromthe Bilderbergers since JFK.

Might I suggest the Constitution Party.  They have been having a massive membership drive since 2008.

http://www.believeinamerica.com/index.php  The Forum
 
http://www.constitutionparty.org  The Official Website
 
https://secure.giftwrapplus.org/cpnc/DonorImages/Email/logo.png
 
Constitution Party Promotional Video
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_SobkISNrY

If you want to waste your vote on the 2 Bilderberg Parties okay.

However if you want the party even Ron Paul endorsed in the 2008 elections then go for the Constitution Party.

Lon-Paul
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gary phillips wrote: Parties

gary phillips wrote:

Parties KILL free thinking!   It's like the bundling of your TV subscription or buying a computer - to get the 10 or 20% of good stuff you want, you must accept a bundle of other stuff you don't want or don't care about.   It's an awful system, and one that polarizes and incites controversy, which works out perfect for the party leaders who claim they are standing up for their constituency, while all the time accomplishing nothing.   In other words, as a party leader, if you can persuade your constituency that abortions, same sex marriage, and marijuana dispensaries are the top issues, then you really don't have to solve any REAL problems like economy, jobs, mortgages, immigartion, energy, environment, etc...   The result, of course, is the American dream is sliding into a banana republic, while we tax paying citizens helplessly watch in horror.

I respectfully disagree.

I think we need more parties with a plethora of ideas coming to the legislative and executive branches.  The past 40 years on the Bilderberg duo-archy has really wrought havoc on America.  Of course the idiocy of the American voter has only helped the Globalists bring in their agenda.

elgiabo
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Thanks it is refreshing to

Thanks it is refreshing to see that people are waking up and waking up in droves.

We may just beat this thing yet....

False-flags by Globalists aren't going to have the same effect they used to.

Talk about living in interesting times.