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To: Fishtalk

That’s because Congress has become the domain of the evil white Republican that can, according to community organizer Alinskyism, be simply ignored as reactionary forces to the ultimately prevailing revolution.

The Constitution doesn’t matter, as long as the Supreme Court decides it doesn’t, like this past Summer over Obamacare.

I’m convinced that the Republic is dead. All hail the glorious people’s revolution!


21 posted on 12/02/2012 6:14:24 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
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To: Alas Babylon!
I’m convinced that the Republic is dead.

All the fanfare about secession is just bluster, too.

As Franklin said, ' ... a Republic, IF you can keep it."

Well, we didn't seem to be able to keep it. Thus, how is seceding and trying again going to work out? In a while, the new Republic would be suffering from the exact same problems. Once politicians find they can rob the treasury, they will do so. History will repeat itself. Then, there will be talk of seceding from the new Republic to create a newer Republic.


25 posted on 12/02/2012 6:23:40 AM PST by TomGuy
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To: Alas Babylon!

All hail the glorious people’s revolution!

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Yes, we are there. I well remember the years when Americans were inconvenienced by industrial workers’ strikes. As a lover of language I noticed what was said, and then reported about the positions and demands of both sides in the negotiations.

Summary: the workers asked for the moon, knowing that they would advance as far as they could intimidate the ‘suits’ into accepting.

This is exactly what Geithner, Obama, Jarrett and the other Red Diaper Doper babies in office today are doing.

There is NO way that Republicans can ever win the approval of the media and the general public, so they have to face this fact. The suits in long gone industries never had the support of the media and the public - they were the RICH!!!

What happened, though: the entire workforce lost their nice incomes in the quest for ever more.

I see our country in the same position as, for example, the steel industry of the 1980s.

Scary and extremely depressing.


26 posted on 12/02/2012 6:24:53 AM PST by maica
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