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February 22, 2010

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yoyo

So the phone tapping without warrent under Bush was thoroughly unconstitutional and no doubt illegal? Tell it to the rights darling Yoo, who has never heard of a village of innocents the President can authorise wipping out.

Eugene Garner

Unfortunately our Constitution has been shredded by a century of professional politicians created by the oligarchy of banksters and big corporate monopolies that rule our government through special interests.

The power of the military/industrial complex and the neocon imperialistic philosophy keeps us in perpetual wars to feed the greed and lust for power of the banksters and their corporate minions.

A century of debasement of our money through the actions of the unconstitutional Federal Reserve has led us and our progeny into perpetual debt slavery to this oligarchy and a controlled monolithic empire that our founding fathers warned us.

Our founders led our revolution from a similiar oligarchy in 1776. Time for a new revolution. Hopefully this one can be done peacefully. The pen is mightier than the sword.

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