Yes! Reagan worshippers across America are freaking out....
35% (12 votes)
No! If the GOP can't win fairly - they'll just rig the next election & prevail anyway...
65% (22 votes)
Total votes: 34

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David J. Cyr's picture
David J. Cyr 1 year 39 weeks ago

Well no, big government amassing big debts for more wars will continue because the corporate party's Republicans and Democrats regularly join in firm solidarity together to criminally provide the 99% who affirmatively vote to continue having a corporate-state with a massive military that roams the world mugging poor people living over rich resources... while refusing to stop the constant growth consumer economy that caused climate change.

There's nothing more despicable than a corporate party (D) voter pretending to be a good person.

The "Principles" of Liberal Voters:

http://chenangogreens.org/home/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id...

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washnwmn 1 year 39 weeks ago

Something of a trick question, but my take is that, as long as our government is in the hands of the corporations, banksters and Wall St., they may try to block progress, that doesn't fit their agenda. Yes there may be more jobs, since they need people to buy things and keep the corporate machine looking as innocent as possible, while they screw everyone behind the scenes, including themselves..particularly the banksters and Wall St manipulators...who may be only a few steps ahead of another major crash.

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arky12 1 year 39 weeks ago

I voted yes because I prefer the glass half full vs half empty philosophy. Thoughts are things and if the majority continue to put negative thinking into the collective consciousness, they'll get what they expect, negative consequences. To accept what the GOP is doing as fact that cannot be changed, rather then doing something about it, makes those persons responsible for the outcome. I hope this makes sense.

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