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So from reading this, we must be going back to the dark ages/wild west. The real question is, do I really want to life in that kind of world? These scare tactics create drama, ratings and fear. Wonderful world, isn't it? Not much better than the middle east which we are soooo busy fighting.
WHY?? OBAMA THE MESSIAH THE GENIUS WAS REELECTED FOR ANOTHER 4 YEARS OF HIS AWESOME SOCIALIST LIBERAL
AGENDA THAT WORKED SO WELL THE FIRST 4 YEARS????? 1/2 OF AMERICA BELIEVED ALL THAT PROPAGANDA! THE REST
OF US KNEW BETTER! 1/2 AMERICA DIDN'T HAVE TO USE THEIR OWN MONEY TO PAY BILLS BUY GAS FOOD AND OTHER
EXPENSES! 1/2 OF AMERICA THINKS THEY ARE GETTING A FREE RIDE TO SOCIALISTUTOPIA WITH HEALTHCARE! WAIT TIL
THAT BIG GOVT DIASTER KICKS IN WITH TAXES FEES REGULATIONS AND SERVICES DENIED BY HIS DEATH PANEL!!!
BLAME THE DEMOCRATS FOR TURNING SOCIALIST AND LEFT WING MEDIA FOR LYING AND NOT DOING THEIR JOB!
Over 30 foreign military bases under the United Nations flag are already set up in the USA . These bases are already manned with over ONE MILLION troops from Russia, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Great Britain, Nicaragua, and Asian countries. They will have no qualms about firing on U.S. citizens. There are Russian tanks, military trucks and chemical warfare vehicles outside Gulfport, Mississippi. Hello? That was hit by Katrina in 2005. Anyone see heavy military equipment and foreign troops near San Francisco?
Welcome to Obamaville. Don't worry, when Barry comes to confiscate your wealth, he'll credit you in Obamadollars.
mmm, mmm, mmm.
Gold and silver will get you no where is a stressed world. No one cared about them during Katrina in New Orleans. FYI...
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