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formercia Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-09-12 07:17 PM
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1. Mein Kampf was a Blueprint for the 30's
That Gang that DeMint hangs with has it as required reading.

There wasn't an Internet in 1929 where people could get together and figure out who the real crooks were and still are. Economic hard times always have been a fertile environment for authoritarian types to convince the populace that; only they have the solutions.

It didn't work this time. People wised-up quickly.

In the long run, the Third Reich didn't work out well for Germany or the Planet. The survivors of the Reich moved to America and set up shop here, hoping to give it another shot. Bush Gang were naturals to suit their agenda.

We came really close this time.
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