Hi Thom,

Reinstating the draft might seem a good idea, but that means you think war is okay.

Also, take time to look at Wikipedia STOCKHOLM SYNDROME. In the same sentence, MILITARY BASIC TRAINING, battered-person syndrome, and college fraternity Hazing, are also mentioned. Things that ruin people's minds, either temporary or permanent. It seems only the most arrogant and greedy approve of war-mongering.

Take time to watch the video "PSYWAR" and "HUMAN RESOURCE", they explain more about brainwashed humans.

Kind regards, and with respect....

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mykelb 1 year 27 weeks ago
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Sorry Thom, I have to disagree. It's time the MIC is shut down and time for Americans to wake up to the real cost of war and for all Americans, including the so-called Corporations to pay for the last 12 years of it through direct taxation.

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Alberto Ceras 2 1 year 26 weeks ago
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For those who haven't seen Thom's video go here:

http://www.democraticunderground.com/1017101295#post1

I'm with Thom on this one, 100%

There are some posts and blogs on Democratic Underground, like this one of Thom's, that TH members would consider worthwhile, but if you should decide to join and blog on DU you need to know that the site's monitors will not tolerate anything that might be construed - by them - as in the least derogatory towards Israel. I got bounced on my very first post there for expressing an opinion about Israel that TH's monitors would scarcely notice. It is far from "the most liberal site" that it professes to be.

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