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This article should either scare the **** out of you or piss you off. Maybe a little bit of both. Either way, its appalling that we've gone so far Backwards in such a short amount of time.
Please stop being bi-partisan and realize that no single party was responsible for our demise. It was a combination of both. Both dems and repubs are bought and paid for by the Koch brothers and our real leaders on 5th Avenue...
We've been sold and instead of doing anything productive about it, we point fingers at 'demorats' and 'republitards', or better yet, kick some poor bastard making 7 bucks an hour when he's down. Too much infighting. Too much division. We're never going to get any of these things back unless we stop and look at the real evil.
Freedom & Liberty. Truth & Justice. Free Press & Free Speech. The Constitution & The Bill of Rights. .....the American Dream.
Small to medium farms. Now days I don't see cattle at every farm. Abandon homesteads, run down buildings, and big corporate farms. Turning every piece of land into crops. Just like the big cities having everything run by corporate enterprises. Leaving the small and medium farmers out.
None of the aforementioned things have disappeared as fast as hard working, responsible, men and women that realize their duty to do or sacrifice whatever it takes to preserve this nation by holding to the foundations that made it what it was..
Common Sense was out a long time ago...
White People... --- --- --- Black People too...
The Middle Class...
A Job not about Computer-something...
Good thing my kids are home schooled! They won't be like the ignorant masses of sheeple.
Another bad thing to lose is the last lead smelter will be shutting down at the end of the year... So we're going to have to rely on China for this as well?!?!
Not smart, people. Not too phucking smart.
Things disappearing from America?
Affordable fuel oil.
Hope that things will get better.
Believing in our Congress.
One paycheck families.
And here is one of my all time favorites which upsets me the most, our pre-9/11 freedoms that so many of us took for granted.
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