March 10, 2015
In April, I will be the age that I need to be to enter the race!
John Greenewald, Jr.
The Black Vault
January 11, 2013
December 4, 2009
Here's where another issue is: none of the candidates will have much luck making changes anyways... besides 1 candidate - Donald Trump. Now that's an issue because those are the changes we do not want.lol Other than that for now we can expect more of the same, and maybe more will happen to change the course.
“Living backwards!” Alice repeated in great
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass
December 4, 2009
January 11, 2016
I'm probably correct stating I have no right to weigh in on who to vote for so I won't.
Has the rich of riches come to an understanding that they are the problem? I think they have. What's an education cost in the states to become a engineer or a doctor? Forget trying to get into these schools for those degrees, try paying them off if you're like me and born without Trump's silver spoon in the ass.
I suspect a ton of shit is going to hit the metaphorical fan on this election/2016 year. Not just the states either.
Have to start getting NASA and other corps telling and showing everyone the truth. It's the only way. Knowledge is power.
April 9, 2009
Thats just one reason, but the ranting about all the new programs, and don't worry the top 1% will pay for all of it is ridiculeous. If you believe more and more givaway programs will all be free, and only the billionaires will pay for all of it, it makes no sense.
We always hear the middle class is disappearing, and its the top 1% that caused it. The rich get richer and its all off the backs of the middle class. Part of that is true, except the middle class is shrinking from both sides, and it impacts the middle class having to sacrifice more and more. The Donald Trumps making a mint off another resort doesn;t hurt the middle class, as much as more welfare programs, or raising minimum wage to $15. The more they giveaway in housing programs, medical programs, aid for everything from spitting out babies and staying single to section 8 housing is great for them, but the middle class never gets a penny of relief.
We pay for every dime of our housing, our food, we support the school systems in our property taxes, do not qualify for any kind of aid or discounts, and support all the illegals who are here enrolling kids in the schools we support, flooding the county emergency rooms and hospitals never paying a dime. We even have school lunch programs.
Bernie says he will give away free college for everyone. Ridiculeous! Who will pay for that, you think its only the top 1%? Just have no tuition, everyone gets in for free, what will happen to the standard of education, when this opens the door for another new program of school, and associated aid for housing is all paid for too? They will lower the standards to those who did not earn exceptance to college by a gpa average, and it will turn into another welfare scam. If you are paying for tuition, you are not going to throw it down the drain hopefully, but if its just all free, who will care about maintaining a high standard of grades. They will dummy down the standards, to accomidate those who are not up to college level work, the result will be grads (if the finish) at levels below what industry will need. As it is now a BA is not enough, many require Masters as minimum degrees.
If its anything like Obamacare, and "affordable care act", what out what that did to our pockets, and imagine a free college tuition for everyone program. Compare to many countries that have these programs they are far from free, and taxes are very high.
I don't buy into the "Socialism" buzzword any more than I buy into the idea of "assault weapons" or "FEMA camps". It screams naivety at best and archaic ignorance at worst.
Have you actually looked at some of proposed taxes by chance? Personal income tax of less than $250,000 will not change under Sanders. His proposed payroll tax is considerably less than what employers spend on their employees per year and in fact would lessen the financial burden of both boss and worker in the long run while allowing for more benefits that keep everybody happy and, maybe more importantly, healthy. Not to mention multiple taxes on Wall Street speculation and
I get the fact that nothing is free, and everything needs to be paid for somehow. At the same time, there is a way to keep the wealth inequality (emphasis on wealth, not money) at a minimum and create another golden age of prosperity for the U.S. Sanders is a legitimate choice and I think that many people who are apprehensive to his position might be able to see that many of his positions lead to a growth of many economic and social sectors of the country.
Most importantly, people are fed up with the establishment. People are tired of the same ol' song and dance, and that's what all the Republican candidates and Hillary offer. Sanders and Trump offer something new, if risky, and that speaks to the populace. The difference is that Sanders offers a way that could potentially benefit the masses instead of a select few, and that could be worth a risk.
War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.
Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.
Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.
War = Life
April 9, 2009
Wing I'm sure parts of Bernies programs make sense, just think overall he could be a disaster. If I were young, I think he might be the best thing since chicken soup, getting everyone free tutition, becasue that is what someone young is worried about the most. Hillary is trying to cash in on the same thing. Forget who had the guts to say "all lives matter" when 5 Dems were running in the first debate, but the ones who pandered to "black lives matter", a subject in itself, I thought was disgraceful.
As I have watched every debate both sides, so far, every single one of them has said something good, and I agreed with parts of all of them. Even Rand Paul, said quite a few things that made complete sense but I do not think I want him as commander in chief. On the Democratic side, Webb dropped out, but also had some good points about issues, as did many of the bottom runners. Personally I love Huckebee, but he lost my vote over the clerk in Kentucky. He still was not my #1 choice, but like him.
I think everyone loves Bernie, he is a likable guy, Larry David does him perfectly on SNL.
March 6, 2016
It's going to be a very ugly mess the next months ahead, Trump will be a very hated man and I think the November elections may not even happen because the Republican party will do almost anything to separate themselves from Trump.
Do you see what I'm getting at:
1. Car Accident
2. Medical Emergency
3. Terror Attack against Trump at some rally or event.
I can be certain that someone is planning this now as we speak.
April 9, 2009
Why would you think only Trump would be hated? In the end, if Trump gets the delegates, the GOP will nominate him.
What is becoming a critical issue, that you will not want to see, is Hillary win. First, if anyone can ignore all her corruption, lies, and now crimes, this country is pretty sad. More important is Scalia dying, Obama wants to replace him with a completly liberal judge, and the next POTUS will likely have to replace a few others, due to age/retirement. If the Supreme Court get loaded to the liberal side totally, this country will disintigrate. Its very critical the Supreme Court is well balanced, considering 9 judges, it will always be tipped in both directions with some, somewhere in the middle of issues. Having it totally to Conservative or the Liberal side, spells disaster. It must maintain a balance of positions.
March 18, 2015
I cannot imagine what some of you are thinking here about the Republican Party ..but you are missing out on what Americans are coming to understand about what is going on out here.
Americans are becoming severely disillusioned with the Republican Party as they realize without knowing all the details...that the Republican Party is not the party advertised. They try to pass themselves off as conservatives when their record clearly indicated they are not.
To those of us in the know..we call them...."Democrat Lite".
We know that the Democrat party is not American..in it's nature...but more socialist or to use the cover word..from Marxism..."Progressive." They too are not the product advertised.
What some are beginning to figure out is that between the two phony parties...we have going on a Hegelian Dialectic...thesis, anti thesis, synthesis.
It only appears on the surface to be a left right struggle ..but behind the scenes ...by silence or tacit silent approval..on the Republican side..they both quietly move and work together to move the nation to the left.
They have also quietly worked to subvert every department in government with progressives to brainwash Americans into thinking and accepting what is going on. That this is alright...the way to go.
They are also bankrupting America in the process. None of this can be accidental.
What you are seeing here is Americans turning on the political process.
They are willing to vote for anyone not associated directly with the system...both on the left and the right. But the change seems to have happened mostly on the right.
I have known this about the Republican party for years now..and in particularl the fabled Fox News..that they too are not the product advertised.
Let me state here that I am not a Trump fan...and not sold on him....but I am not sold on the rest of the pack running on the Republican Ticket.
But I do understand the disgust of Americans today with the Republican Party in realizing that they are not the product advertised.
People are getting tired and disgusted with going back to the voting booth and nothing changes...the very definition of insanity.
Jesse Ventura was not supposed to win years ago in Minnesota. But the people were so disgusted with the political parties they were willing to try anything different.
So too here.
The problem some of us are realizing...is that between the two dominant political parties ...they consider America to be their private fiefdom....not belonging to the American People. And people are disgusted with this non representative form of government as well.
Between now and November look for massive chaos in the political process as well as the phony media shilling for their respective parties and attempting to drag the public into the chaos by media manipulations.
I have already predicted that there will be a deluge of Race/Racism taking place..because it is the one surviving political manipulation card they can play on a unthinking overly emotional public. The war on women has fizzled out(thank goodness) and so to the gay issues. ....leaving the olde standby ...Racism.
Americans are getting tired of this one too..Racism. They do not want to wake up every day and have some phony leadership or media shilling for leadership ..hijack their day with guilt programming..guilt manipulations..in lieu of taking care of their private business.
Americans do not want to wake up everyday to think about whether someone is gay or straight, black or white, rich or poor, or whatever guilt trip is being foisted off on them today. They want to keep their business private..not part of the political process.
Thinking Americans are getting tired and disgusted with this phony process marking both political parties.
How do I know the Republicans are guilty of this ....by their very silence instead of teaching Americans how to overcome it..and the media too.
By this absence of knowledge..the Republicans are part of the dialectic. Part of the guilt programming.
This is what Americans are concluding about the Republican Party...and by this that they are not the product advertised. They are part of the problem.
This awakening is why they are looking to Trump..and not the other candidates.
None of your posts bring out this point or points.