"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards. On the road to tyranny, we've gone so far that polite political action is about as useless as a miniskirt in a convent. ... Something’s eventually going to happen. Government will bloat until it chokes us to death, or one more tyrannical power grab will turn out to be one too many. ... Maybe it’ll be one more round of “reasonable gun control” or one more episode of burning children to death to save them from “child abuse.” Whatever, something will snap."
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An astute observation in the extreme obvious.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    They have usurped the healthcare industry and a huge part of the automotive industry...maybe when they "nationalize " all the retirement accounts for the greater good, people will get outraged. Abdicating their responsibilities of defending our borders and keeping a strong national defense apparently aren't doing anything to alarm the populace. Remind me again, when was it the German people stood up to Hitler?
     -- H Rearden, Burr Ridge     
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    This quote is great, right on target.
     -- jim k, austin tx     
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     -- jim k, austin tx      
    awkward and dangerous
     -- empty pockets, new orleans     
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    Removing the work from the laborers hands. mechanization has and always will be very dangerous. Old ways are good ways, but even mechanization of thought is also dangerous if used incorrectly. Most are simple, and should be afforded to stay that way. Hover cars and horses, those for each and respect for each. In the remote high country, at one time were 750 small farms, flood irrigation, the norm. Happy, with small homes, easy to keep warm, and some stock too. By way of greed and the government. The damn came, water rights stolen, deep wells installed. sucking more than they needed for greed sake. To sell overseas ! Valley all but ruined, 500 families pushed out of existence. Now a home for the elite, HP, Coca cola, TV stars and the such. Many killed in the battles over sheep or cattle. Cattle won out, more aggressive people. Some miners still hang in and hold out. They have been reducing and pushing the people to slavery and city dwelling factory workers sense the industrial revolution started. Now tell me and the people with all honesty what should be done. We the people are a product of the elites manipulation. Whose at fault for this pickle we are in ? The elite cull out among themselves, the fated calf is sacrificed, and there will be many more to come. During the mean time you must feed, cloth, and house, all those that were not a burden, but now are. This due to the greed of the elite that harbor malice in their heart. Kinda like Hitler and the Jewish people, who's churches are being burned right now in Crimea. Nothing on the news about that. Or other nations who despise the perverted behavior of same sex marriage promoted by This administration. Corrupting the morality and ethical principals our nation was founded upon. The media elite and tec industries, play upon their ability and count on the people not to say no ! addicted through manipulation. Made lazy because of innovation and technology. Removed from the land that supplied their livelihood. Bastards Slaves.
     -- watchman13, USA     
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    I think these guys at the helm know exactly how to string the poorer classes along just enough to keep them from lynching the lot of them. Bread and circuses have become an art form. Nothing short of real enlightenment among the People will ever save us from our own willful Ignorance.

    Revolution is inevitable, but the chances of an outcome in favor of Liberty and individual sovereignty (i.e. freedom from the State) can only occur if the victorious leaders are enlightened and honorable -- like George Washington but 21st century style. Real men and women of honor and integrity must be a majority of the People, for we can only hope to reap what we sow -- there is no trumping the Natural Law.

    I do believe that the majority of Americans (and the common people of the world) are good and honorable but unfortunately heavily conditioned to bow to 'authority' as a matter of custom. We cannot expect to break free while clinging to the dogmatic views that bind us. The next Renaissance will herald the world's awakening.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Washington, 21st century style, Like the new creature style. We are in the 11th House, a 24,000 year cycle. eleven is the number of change. The whole creation groans for this manifestation. Two names associated with this house. Aquarius and Naphtali. The constellations, #of 12, each tribe carried a flag, with their host patterned upon them. Natural law indeed ! And this understanding goes quite deep. Washington a star man. Liberal science at its best. Those guys at the helm, know very well this application of knowledge. But rarely spoken about. Kept behind closed doors. I like your broader mindedness Archer, shows a better insight concerning enlightenment
     -- watchman13, USA     
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