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This could have the effect of a revolution occurring under the radar... just consider...

It looks like O is going to come out on top on Tuesday if all the indicators are accurate. Just think of what this says about our country.
The billionaires failed at buying the government of the people.
The cheating could not stand up to the actual vote.
The lying was unable to smother the truth and the ability to distinguish the difference.
The Tea Party will become obsolete.
Perhaps the Republican Party itself will be relegated to the history bin. (doubtful of that one, but who knows?)
The Supreme Court will be out of corporate control for the first time in decades.

There are more major ramifications to this election, so you can add your own .
But the point is this... If we re-elect Obama (as we damn well should), this election is very possibly a bigger revolution than the first one when we elected our first African-American president.
Posted by world wide wally | Sat Nov 3, 2012, 02:02 PM (68 replies)

Is it just me, or is Mitt Romney the absolutely most unlikable person in the country?

I will truly have to move off the planet if I have to look at him and listen to his bullshit for 4 more years.
I shudder at the thought!

Do us all a favor and just go away.... for a very long time.
Posted by world wide wally | Wed Oct 31, 2012, 02:26 AM (57 replies)

What Obama absolutely needs to point out at this last debate.

Obama needs to explain to people in the simplest terms possible the number of Bush people working with Romney. I am not sure of the exact numbers (perhaps one of you can fill them in) but he has about 7 people from the Bush team working as his economic advisors. We all know where they got us, and Romney's plan is almost exactly the same.
Beyond that, he has about 7 more of Bush's people working as his foreign policy advisors. If you love endless wars, these are your people.
The biggest problem with all this is that the average voter does not know about all this and the Prez only has one more chance to explain it to them. Of everything said about this election in the past year, the most compelling is when PBO says "We cannot go back to what got us here in the first place".
These "minor" details need to be spelled out in the simplest terms possible for the last big audience on Monday.
Posted by world wide wally | Sun Oct 21, 2012, 11:24 AM (6 replies)

Freedom isn't free?

Why is that saying only applies when we're talking about the lives of men and women fighting in wars, but when we ask the wealthiest Americans to pay another nickel in taxes... suddenly freedom is supposed to be free?
Posted by world wide wally | Sat Oct 13, 2012, 07:15 PM (5 replies)

Great!... And here's another one..

Why is it that when we're talking about the lives of men and women in war they say "Freedom isn't free" But when we ask the wealthiest people in the country to pay another dime in taxes, all of a sudden Freedom is supposed to be free?
Posted by world wide wally | Sat Oct 13, 2012, 07:11 PM (2 replies)

So how's that millionaire tax cut workin' out for ya?

Posted by world wide wally | Sun Sep 30, 2012, 11:50 AM (0 replies)
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