Gore is a Republican?On
Gates is a Republican?
Take off your rose coloured glasses.
Take a closer look at who the wealthy are and who they support.
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Exactly!!! All of that! You are absolutely right!!!
Plus, even more than that will go to the Koch brothers, BP, Exxon, AT&T,
Coca Cola, and all those foreign countries and firms who coughed up
money to the Chamber of Commerce.
The Haves and the Have Mores may not be large in numbers, but they are
everywhere and they have the power.
Now they _also_ have a political party determined to give them what is
left of the existing wealth in this country.
On top of all that, Republicans are determined that any new wealth
produced by the working people in America gets shunted to the wealthy,
too, even faster than before.
I keep asking myself - to whom will the wealthy sell their goods when
we middle class Americans have no money or jobs left?
On 4/1/2011 8:56 PM, Alan wrote:
On 4/1/2011 2:42 PM, Dick Martin wrote:helping?
First of all, it is jobs for Americans, probably paid for by Libyan oil.----
Secondly, the smile at the end meant nothing to you?
I just do not understand how the "jobs, jobs, jobs" chant from
Republicans to get elected has turned into a concerted effort to destroy
the American middle class and shift all the wealth to the already
wealthy. Where on earth has this new goal for the Right come from?
Don't be fooled. This is a drive to destroy the middle class. That
includes every one of us here excepting for Paul.
Shift it to the wealthy? How about like carbon taxes to make Gore richer
YOu mean more juicy contracts to Obama buddy the CEO of GE?
Pledges to buy billions of dollars of Brazil offshore oil while banning
American offshore drilling?
How about telling us what kind of light bulbs we can buy or telling us
we have to have toilets that don't flush?
How about funneling ever more trillions to Washington DC which already
has the highest per capita income in the country, like an imperial seat
of power should...
On 4/1/2011 1:16 PM, Jason Pennybacker wrote:
What a narrow view. What is the cost to the U.S. at this time for
That cost is affecting everybody and you just shrug it off and
the military supplies business is booming.
On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 1:03 PM, Dick Martin<ofpgmr@xxxxxxxxx>
That is just American capitalism at work, Jason.
See, its like this: Military suppliers need conflicts to push up
double-downsales volume. So the Middle East is their mother lode. The
problemis when they get to supply the arms for _both_ sides. They already
provided the arms for Qaddafi's side, so from their perspective it is
only fair if they supply weaponry for the rebel side.
Its just good old American ingenuity at work. Why do you have a
with that? Are you not a patriot?
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