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mac2 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-18-07 01:38 PM
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29. Difference between parties
Today there is little difference because all too many aren't of a party but of big frat club to steal for themselves. They aren't public servants or even care about the Constitution.

Seems to me that all too many of the Republicans want to be royals and steal from the people. You're on your own citizens they keep saying. Where's my benefits and pension for life the Congress ask. There is no large group of citizens more on the "public dole" than those in DC. Shouldn't they pay their own health care, start saving for retirement, and stop using private jets for travel? Take pay cuts to pay off our debt while we are at "war to save civilization"?

It is not a political agenda they seek but office for themselves. They don't even care about the mandate by the majority of the voters. They ignore it and seem to want to destroy everything this country has built for democracy over the last 200 years.

They certainly aren't of the "right stuff" to represent us in DC. Jail should be for many of them.
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