Fabrestuta wrote:Happens all the time Rev. Nobama said he was going to protect the middle class and they were the ones taxed to death when he took over. Michigan is broker than Oliver Twist and something needs to be done. New York and California are basically bankrupt because of years of ineptitude and corruption (both parties have been involved) but because they basically run America its covered over.
America is in trouble, the whole country, each side finds something they can run with to blame the other. There is a shit load of news groups who profess to be bitpartisan (Fox just gets hammered) but they all have an agenda.
Michigan has been run into the ground over the past 25 years but nothing was said, it was a democratic stronghold but people have had enough. Having a Republican elected absolutely freafed out the let. Same as what happened in Massachusetts.
Forest wrote:For you across the pond, i dont see a way out and cant see how things can get better in majority of your life times.
Leody wrote:FYI Rev, Rachel Maddow is very left leaning... to put it mildly.
I don't like what is proposed in Michigan in the least, but I find it very irritating that they're going to raise hell and report on this story like it's the end of democracy when Obama has been appointing his unconfirmed czars for years that have undefined powers to oversee whole sectors of our economy. You want to talk about usurping democracy? What's happening in Michigan doesn't even begin to match the dictatorial actions of Obama. This is slanted reporting at it's best.
Why have they chosen to point this out, when they've ignored the actions of our president for years? Oh, and let's not even get into the peacebringer that is Obama unilaterally getting us into a third war with no defined objective, no exit strategy and no approval from Congress... and the fact that he waited weeks to make the move and then did it in the middle of the night as all of Congress was going on recess and leaving town and he was on his way to Brazil.
What a chicken-shit move that was...
And then he waited another ten days to even address the nation. And still only justified his actions, without giving an goal or plan or anything...
Reverend Gooner wrote:So Republicans and Democrats use the constitution as a set of guidelines rather than rule of law, my impression (mainly from the big screen and highly charged news interviews) is that Americans love the constitution, militantly and value their countries values and freedoms with their lives. If so why is noone marching against the government, whichever one is in power?
Forest wrote:Have you been looking for a job really hard or is part of you slack because others get hand outs and spoon fed for being idle sh!ts?
(providing your still unemployed)
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