You continue to disappoint me Rogue.GP org wrote:
All your picks are bought and paid for by Wall Street.
They are conservative in name only.
They have been lying too you for the last 30 years with smaller government and you keep on buying into it.
CNN Gets Blitzed by Michael Moore
You do know that GP.org is Green Party, don't you? And you do know who their presidential candidate was in 2012 was .... Jill Stein! Whom ever she is?!?
From Wiki: Jill Stein was endorsed for President in 2012 by Noam Chomsky,....She received 456,169 votes for 0.36% in the election.
I think that says it all.
That does speak volumes because GP does not take Wall Street funding which means the people would benefit.
The masses have to be brainwashed by these two corrupt corporate parties which you still believe in one of them.
Unless your in the top 1% percentile YOU ROGUE have been taking it on the chin for the last 30 years while Limbaugh, Hannity, Matthews, and Congress laugh all the way to the bank.
Follow The Money and it almost always leads you to the truth.
The Shock Doctrine: Naomi Klein on the Rise of Disaster Capitalism
http://tinyurl.com/2aqdqh September 17th, 2007
Pinochet's coup in Chile. The massacre in Tiananmen Square. The collapse of the Soviet Union. September 11th, 2001. The war on Iraq. The Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. Award-winning investigative journalist Naomi Klein brings together all of these world-changing events in her new book, "The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism." In her first national broadcast interview since the publication of "The Shock Doctrine," Klein joins us in our firehouse studio for the hour. Klein writes, "The history of the contemporary free market was written in shocks." She argues that "Some of the most infamous human rights violations of the past thirty-five years, which have tended to be viewed as sadistic acts carried out by anti-democratic regimes, were in fact either committed with the deliberate intent of terrorizing the public or actively harnessed to prepare the ground for the introduction of radical free-market reforms