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  • Let's catch her on the playground at recess and throw rocks at her.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment well appreciated :)
  • I didn't bother to vote for 20 years the problem is fools still go and vote for other fools this is how we ended up where we are today. When times were good and politicans had a go for the people not purely for themselves like they do today it didn't really matter who was in power. How did such an old corput set of traitors get so much power? Greed will be the end of us all do they really count the votes Ive never worked out? Everytime I ask people of my town who they voted for I never know anyone that voted for the winner.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • If you don't vote, you can't complain.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment well appreciated :)
  • I feel the same DWW, when you become aware that your vote means nothing, and that they are going to do whatever they've planned regardless, because it's the big corporations and banks that sponsor these people, (and I mean both sides) and so their interest comes before ours, then the least you can do is not support the corruption. Let's face it, when was there a politician you voted for because you liked and believed in them, not because you believed it was the lesser of two evils, or after voting realised that, nope the person was still a liar and a jerk? Rubbish in, Rubbish out. To top it off every president is elected an honorary freemason in office, hence he is then beholden to the lodge, NOT the people or the law.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment well appreciated :)
    • Army Veteran
      Did you follow Trump's 2016 campaign enough to know that he provided all of his own financing? He did this because he didn't want to be indebted to any special interest groups. It's one of the reasons Democrats hated him so much - he owed nobody nothing and so he couldn't be controlled. In general, though, you're right. Politicians are owned by special interest groups - except the ones who could afford to pay their own way.
    • Creamcrackered
      Trump did have some backers, but mainly racked up debt to finance his own campaign, but in the world in which Trump manoeuvres, debt isn't a bad thing, as it's a debt and discharge society, and he is at the top of the ladder, and a brand in of himself, it will never be the same as us being in debt, but like us in order to get credit, you have to have debt. As for being in control, no president is in control in office, they are merely puppets, it's the people behind him that control the country and the invested interests behind them, take a look at who his cabinet members were and their histories. Trump was also a freemason while in office at least, as all presidents now are, as you can tell by the dodgy handshakes, hence he is beholden to the ideas of the lodge first and foremost, not the country.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)

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