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PhillySane Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-12-10 08:35 AM
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144. Machine Noise
I thank you for running long. Part of what think tanks do is define the other side so you know exactly what you're up against, thus you better know how to defeat it. Maybe that's something else this side needs more of. This is the Bernie Sanders thread and he ran long on the issue in an attempt to defeat it. But out of his speech came some really excellent T-Points or slogans. One was-"How much do they want? Do they want it all?" And, Bernie, the answer to that is yes! They do want it all! So let's not let the so-called mainstream forget it. The rich, corporatist/republicans want it all! The less we (99%) have, the more the 1% has, and only the Democratic Government ruled by the 99%, can change that.

So they somehow have to turn that around and own the issue. Which Obama let them do. The first thing they did after meeting with him earlier in November was to come out and say nothing gets done until the tax cuts are passed. As if they didn't already exist. Like this was somehow their miraculous idea to save the economy. Obama need to say right then and there, NO, they didn't work, thats part of the reason we're in this mess. Remind the country who got us here in the first place. And, NO, we're not going back to that.
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