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An Open Message to Police & Military: There is no honor in what you are doing

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Submitted by John Boering

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Maybe we expect too much. Maybe we actually believe that our military and law enforcement agencies are comprised of  honorable individuals whom we can respect and admire.  That may have been true at some point in time, and it may be a truth to some extent now, but look at what is happening to us at the hands of these very same people, today.  The only people showing up at events, rally’s, protests or other public venues, prepared to instigate and commit acts of violence are….the military and local law enforcement.

 Here is a message for those of you who participate in the police state:

This is a message to the Police, to the military, to the TSA, to Homeland Security and to members of every other enforcement arm of the government.
http://waitingforthestorm.com

 

God save the oil cartel subsidies and to hell with the poor!

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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While the Republicans disparage any thoughts of asking the upper 3% and corporations to pay their fair and equalized share of taxes, they also fight like banshees to prevent the repeal of the 36 billion in tax credits and subsidies to the oil cartels which continue to produce billions and billions and billions and more billions, in net profits.  

God forbid we should even bring up capping the prices the cartels can charge the public for their products.

With both party’s having done their fair share of damage to the economy, jobs and the standard of living for most of America, neither party is too keen on rolling back the unearned and unnecessary financial privileges extended to high dollar corporate campaign donors especially when these funds from the oil conglomerates are so lucrative. 

With the battle still raging in the District of Criminals regarding how to cut spending it is apparent that no one considered the idea that possibly cutting those massive subsidies to oil companies might just lessen the load a bit.  Instead, knowing that oil prices had risen an average of 40% above last year (no reason for this other than they could raise them) our collection of jackasses in the District decided the best way to save money would be to cut fuel assistance to low-income families; that was far more acceptable than exercising any sort of control over oil cartels. 

Besides, poor people aren’t likely to take you to expensive restaurants or to fly you around on one of their corporate jets to some vacation get away disguised as a government business trip and they don’t have the money to finance your political career…..so screw them. More

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