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newspeak Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 01:38 PM
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43. the corruption is so rampant in this country today
and people, families are hurting, some are on the streets. I could give a damn what your "office" buddies think. We have done election, we have heard promises, we have heard two democratic presidents tell us to move along no corruption to see here about the previous repug presidents and their slimy administration. And, by not taking care of the corruption and immorality on WS, in government-WE, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, HAVE BEEN HURT-besides paying for the outright corruption and greed.

So, now you think that voting is going to solve a problem that's been going on since reagan brought the age of glorifying greed (doesn't care how you obtain it) and selfishness? You think that just allowing the same status quo that got us into this mess, will just magically work itself out--especially, the wealthy and corporations that have way too much influence in our government, on both sides of the aisle? The only way to rectify the problem is to shine a light on the cockroaches or hold a mirror up to their dorian faces.
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