Oct 20, 2012

Nuff bullshit. Not TERROR acts. It's "WAR!" We KNEW it already! ---- And THIS:-- Mitt Makes millions on GM Bailout to CHINA! Sending GM's AC Delco batteries to China!! The guy's sellin us out for MONEY! Pay Attention!!

  • I grow tired of Republicans continually expecting us to use the Bush phrase "Acts of Terrorism."Maybe Bush was conducting a WAR on TERRORISM by attacking two countries so he wouldn't feel the need to ask Congress for Articles of War.

  • But it really IS an undeclared WAR against the militant muslim movement--across national boundaries. Assassination is not TERRORISM. It's WAR. Terrorism is designed to SCARE PEOPLE into making political decisions. The KKK was using TERRORISM. 
     If Germany attacked London with buzzbombs today, would we call it TERRORISM? Probably so, even tho Obama's obviously tired of the worn-out phrase.

    Using the word to describe what's happening in the world today is inaccurate. THIS IS WAR. Just as much as the enemy would be attacking us with planes. Wait, they DID that. And we mistakenly called those attacks "terrorism".

    HERE's the POINT!:  I hope our Monday night Debate moves beyond quibbling over whether Obama called the Bengazi an act of "terror" on what particular day

    .     We need to talk about how to conduct this war.....against the militants, and against the ECONOMIC dealmaking by our our billionaires with the cooperative Chinese government.    They  reward them WELL by building OUR PRODUCTS CHEAPER, as they screw their own workers to get our jobs at $2 bucks an hour and with no health care coverage!  

    And American BUSINESSMEN are okay with that to pleasure their US investors' greed!
    Maybe US corporations have screwed the pooch... meaning they've screwed themselves the ability to make money in America. And yes, screwed their own children and grandchildren!


    Story 2....Mitt Romney and Country Club friends make millions on GM Bailout by sending AC Delco jobs to China!    US workers, out of jobs again!

    And you want this man to be our president? 

    We turn now to a major new exposé on the cover of The Nation magazine called "Mitt Romney’s Bailout Bonanza: How He Made Millions from the Rescue of Detroit." Investigative reporter Greg Palast reveals how Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made some $15 million on the auto bailout and that three of Romney’s top donors made more than $4 billion for their hedge funds from the bailout. Palast’s report is part of a film-in-progress called "Romney’s Bailout Bonanza." Palast is the author of several books, including recently released New York Times bestseller, "Billionaires & Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps." [includes rush transcript] 

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