Reach out to the 1% and Christmas Message

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I would like to reach out to the 1%. Thank you for those very few honorable among you who have spoken out for higher taxes for your income group.

The 1% have families, grandchildren, descendants that will know the true history of their cooperation and silence during this defining moment in history. Regardless of the dishonorable efforts of the corporate think tanks, Heritage, Carlyle, Freedom Works, and countless others, the truth will be known and mythologized. Despite somewhat successful efforts to rewrite text books, we still have the internet and the people will always maintain an oral history.

Unless the 1%, and those they are able to corrupt with their money, change their greedy, self serving,“free market” course and use their ill-gotten, vast resources to correct their abuses , I look forward to:

The obscenities now popularly used in our culture, will be replaced in our future oral histories, poems, and songs with the family names of the current 1%.

Christmas message to the 1%: The Occupy Movements can be said to represent THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS FUTURE for you and those who support the “Free Market” Friedman Shock Doctrine Ideology; War and Disaster Economics. The present Republican platform that speaks the 1% goals would take the USA back to the time of Tiny Tim and Bob Kratchet. Think about how you and your families will be justifiably portrayed in future plays, songs, poems and film.

There are mostly honorable people in all families. Great positive changes are possible. The negative people and their power are “not the boss of us” the majority.

!SI SE PUEDE!

RANDB

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