can't sit still wrote:Over time, we have gradually morphed into a representative democracy.
cowboyangel wrote:Democracy is indeed dead on the federal level. I may be deluded but I still believe it functions on the state level to a higher degree and I see it at work on the local level where it's alive and well. The federal government is a whore to the corporate-military-intelligence agencies- beast. It is a sickening organization that is begging for reform or overthrow.
cowboyangel wrote:Dan there's news all over the regular news outlet's about how corporate profits are up and jobs have increased....but that increase is in US company hires over seas. The articles cite Caterpillar as an example. NAFTA needs to be trashed. The corporate Uncle Tom in the White House needs to be replaced by a real Roosevelt reformer who knows how to create "real" jobs in the US-not phony jobs filtered through the corporate maze. Whatever happened to the "green jobs" program? Poof. Gone baby gone.
By creating state banks, the states can save the entire union. The feds are finished. I doubt anything less will work at this point. On Tribe, some of our out of work people have started to ask for help....money whatever. What is the gifting sharing example of Burning Man doing about this? Not much. Is it just a party in the desert for one week a year or is it a model on how Americans can help each other? I had always hoped for the higher expression but Larry and crew have developed arterial sclerosis of the consciousness it seems.
Things can change..... yes they can.
cowboyangel wrote:taking "power" away from the big banks is a great start...
can't sit still wrote:A staff writer for the Washington Post says that the "constitution has no binding power on anything"
http://www.breitbart.tv/liberal-star-bl ... years-old/
Evidently, the UCC has the last word on everything.
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