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Frances Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-08-05 12:04 PM
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80. But my point is that
Clinton leads by 2 points, Reagan by a landslide.

That shows that the public has bought into the MSM lies that Democratic political positions are not in their best interests.

I think that any objective criteria would show that the opposite is true. Dems have to find some way to get that message out into the public consciousness. Right now the internet is really the only way we can do it because the media is controlled by corporations whose best interests are served by the Republicans.

Even if the U.S. goes down, which it will if Repubs remain in control, the corporations will just move to another country and take over the government there, be it China or India or a European country. Right now corporations are the world's superpower, not the U.S. as a country.
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