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    08-13-2017, 12:58 PM
    "Highest ranking Libertarian representative attending the rally, Augustus Invictus, gives a thoughtful interview after the torchlight rally:" :cool: ...i believe you'll find this tone-deaf loudmouth is a member of the stinking rotten republican party inc..if not, the stinking republiclowns deserve him...
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    08-13-2017, 11:24 AM
    ...love it...a line-drive home run!
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    08-04-2017, 05:50 AM
    ...i believe you'll find that it's not 'jobs' that people need or maybe even want...anyone not a gd fool has but to merely look around to see all kinds of honest work/jobs that need to/should be undertaken... ...what people really want/need is not 'jobs' but 'job$'...but that is a whole other matter that the gd fool republican and democrat puppets/monetary ignoramuses/etc. are incapable of discussing...intelligently anyway...;)
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    08-03-2017, 06:51 AM
    http://original.antiwar.com/kevin-zeese/2017/08/01/close-us-military-bases-foreign-soil/ Close All US Military Bases on Foreign Soilby Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Posted onAugust 02, 2017The Coalition Against Foreign Military Bases is a new campaign focused on closing all US military bases abroad. This campaign strikes at the foundation of US empire, confronting its militarism, corporatism and imperialism. We urge you to endorse this campaign. On the occasion of its announcement, the coalition issued a unity statement, which describes its intent as “raising public awareness and organizing non-violent mass resistance against U.S. foreign military bases.” It further explains that US foreign military bases are “the principal instruments of imperial global domination and environmental damage through wars of aggression and occupation, and that the closure of US foreign military bases is one of the first necessary steps toward a just, peaceful and sustainable world.” While the US sought to be an imperial force beginning just after the US Civil War and then escalated those efforts at the turn of the 20th Century, it became the dominant empire globally after World War II. This was during the time of decolonization, when many traditional empires were forced to let their colonies become independent nations. So, while the US is the largest empire in world history, it is not a traditional empire in which nations are described as colonies of the US empire. Nations remain independent, at least in name, while allowing US bases on their soil and serving as a client state of the United States. They are controlled through the economic power of the US, World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The US has used regime change tactics, including assassination and military force, to keep its empire intact. Commentators have described the United States as an “empire of bases.” Chalmers Johnson wrote in 2004: As distinct from other peoples, most Americans do not recognize – or do not want to recognize – that the United States dominates the world through its military power. Due to government secrecy, our citizens are often ignorant of the fact that our garrisons encircle the planet. This vast network of American bases on every continent except Antarctica actually constitutes a new form of empire – an empire of bases with its own geography not likely to be taught in any high school geography class. Without grasping the dimensions of this globe-girdling Baseworld, one can’t begin to understand the size and nature of our imperial aspirations or the degree to which a new kind of militarism is undermining our constitutional order. Our military deploys well over half a million soldiers, spies, technicians, teachers, dependents, and civilian contractors in other nations. To dominate the oceans and seas of the world, we are creating some thirteen naval task forces built around aircraft carriers whose names sum up our martial heritage – Kitty Hawk, Constellation, Enterprise, John F. Kennedy, Nimitz, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Carl Vinson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, John C. Stennis, Harry S. Truman, and Ronald Reagan. We operate numerous secret bases outside our territory to monitor what the people of the world, including our own citizens, are saying, faxing, or e-mailing to one another. We do not know the exact number of US military bases and outposts throughout the world. The Unity Statement says “the United States maintains the highest number of military bases outside its territory, estimated at almost 1000 (95% of all foreign military bases in the world). . . . In addition, the United States has 19 Naval air carriers (and 15 more planned), each as part of a Carrier Strike Group, composed of roughly 7,500 personnel, and a carrier air wing of 65 to 70 aircraft – each of which can be considered a floating military base.” The annual Department of Defense (DoD) Base Structure Report says the DOD manages a massive “global...
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    08-02-2017, 03:23 PM
    ....the important discussions concerning 'banking' will involve the who's and how's etc. of money creation...money issuance...who gets 'it' in 'the first round of spending' is an all-important 'economic topic' NEVER discussed thoroughly, intelligently, etc., by ANY of these miserable republicrat puppets with 'the microphone'/major media platform... ...and people of good will might as well just zip-it as to 'the economy' etc., until they understand 'our' :rolleyes: stinking rotten financial order...and the wolve$ at the apex of the pyramid-shaped henhouse...
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    08-02-2017, 03:09 PM
    ....whatever...ime, functionally, they both support the gd fool republicans overwhelmingly...'both' are DEFINITELY part of the problem...
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    08-02-2017, 12:52 PM
    ...a whole lot of republican-radio numbskulls just love this miserable drug warrior, arpaio...ugh... ...i hope he rots for his part in ruining people's lives in conduct of this gd fool drug war...just another glaring example of how much republicans/crats suck...ugh...
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    08-02-2017, 11:20 AM
    ...ugh...carlson sucks like a hoover vacuum cleaner!...YET ANOTHER stinking republican party inc. :eek: mouthpiece....ugh.. ...'the founding fathers' with whom this blowhard, carlson, claims affinity conceived 'the unted states ARE' ...republicrats like carlson conceive 'the united states IS'.. ...and many republican party cheerleading dopes i meet just loooove this 50 dollar haircut on a 5 dollar head, carlson!..ugh... ...i can describe carlson in two words: argumentative peckerhead...
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    07-26-2017, 01:53 PM
    ....get real......neo-cons are 'new conservatives' and like bosses the new ones tend to be the same as the old ones...they vary in puny ways only a trifling radio republican would/could get worked up about...'the new conservatives' i hear discussed are LARGELY supporters of the stinking republican party inc. just like the stinking 'old conservatives'...they are both LARGELY interventionists/warmongers...they are both absolute monetary ignoramuses who can't/won't discuss the fractional reserve deposit creation abomination which is used by some private secret-squirrel banksters to enslave the rest of u$...etc. ad nau$eam...they both really really suck...really...:mad: ...as to the most important issue$ there isn't a dime$ difference...that's why 'they' are allowed on $tage...giving the appearance of 'earnest, important debate' here in 'murka...it's part of the 'circus' in the age-old 'circuses and bread' ruse..
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    07-24-2017, 08:06 AM
    :confused: ...many many of the republicans, neo-cons, conservatives, etc. whatever you call them, i know are 'laughing' more than they ever have!..ime, republicans, are, generally, very average, or slightly below, as to 'smarts'...and you know what they say about 'the average american'...most of this same 18% or so of the population would vote for george dubya bush again if given the chance!...twisted hillary was right about one thing: ...republicans are, generally, truly deplorable...ugh.. :mad:
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