Election Poll, Sept 2011 Debate - Wittmann, AZ

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Oct 8, 2011
 
In three years we have yet become as torn apart as one year of time we elected a governor from Texas President of the USA
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Oct 9, 2011
 
Maybe you haven't seen the demonstrations on Wall Street. We were in MUCH better shape with that governor from Texas. Have you looked at the "community organizers" poll ratings lately? How many campaign promises has he broken? How is your homes value holding up? How about your savings? Are you getting 0.10 percent interest? Pretty soon we will be paying the banks to hold our cash.
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Oct 10, 2011
 
"A senior Iranian commander has called on the United Sates to release the protesters who have been detained during the recent anti-corporatism protests in America.

“The people who have been arrested and tortured during the peaceful Wall Street protests should be freed immediately and the American rulers should apologize to them,” said Deputy Head of Iran's Armed Forces Joint Chiefs of Staff Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri on Sunday.

He noted that US President Barack Obama's motto of “change” has reached a deadlock and the people in America have realized that Obama's real agenda is the continuation of the policies of former US President George W. Bush.

Jazayeri pointed out that the American public explicitly demands that their government use the country's potentials for solving their own economic problems instead of interfering in the internal affairs of other world nations.

Widening US protest rallies against the prevalence of top-level corruption, poverty, and social inequality in America, which began two weeks ago in New York, have now spread to more than 1,000 cities across the United States.

The US is grappling with an ongoing economic crisis which is America's worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

US's unemployment rate stays at 9.1 percent with around 14 million people still jobless.

General Jazayeri argued that the Wall Street bankers and corporations are not the only ones to be blamed for the ongoing crisis in the US, and that certain politicians in Washington from both the Republican and the Democratic parties are also to blame.

The Iranian commander warned that unless the White House meets popular demands, the “Occupy Wall Street” movement, which is still of an economic nature, will turn into a political and social one.

He also said that the American Awakening comes following the wave of Islamic Awakening in the Arab world, and cautioned the US protesters against any effort by the US politicians to hijack their uprising.

Damn! what will Iran have to say when the Government starts killing the wall street protester's. J.W. Simms.
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Oct 10, 2011
 
Chavez has voiced solidarity with the American protesters who have been staging rallies against Washington's financial policies, corruption, poverty and corporate greed since mid-September.

“This movement of popular outrage is expanding to 10 cities and the repression is horrible, I don't know how many are in prison now,” Chavez was quoted by Reuters as saying at a meeting in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas Sunday.

He also lambasted the US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for attacking what he had described as the “malign socialism” of Venezuela and Cuba.

“He's been attacking Venezuela and Cuba, and talking about the malign government of Hugo Chavez. And he has the arrogance to say that God created the United States so the United States can rule the world,” Chavez noted.

“And that crazy man might be the president of the United States,” the Venezuelan chief executive added.

As of Friday morning, the website "Occupy Together," a hub for nationwide events in solidarity with "Occupy Wall Street" protests reported gatherings of demonstrators in over 1,000 cities.

On Thursday, activists kicked off the "October 2011" protest by occupying Freedom Plaza, near the White House and Washington DC's downtown business and corporate section.

The members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have vowed to stay on through the winter.

US police officials say they have arrested more than 1000 in the ongoing protests across the country.

Protesters use the slogan "We are the 99 percent" to call attention to the fact that they are not part of the one percent of Americans in possession of the greatest part of the nation's wealth.

President Barack Obama has admitted that the ongoing anti-capitalist protests are result of the current crippling economic situation in the country.

Are we a third world country yet? J.W. Simms.

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