Sunday, April 27, 2008

(no subject)

Attention Americans: America is a one-party government. Republicans and
Democrats are two factions of the same party; the corporate party. Or if
you want to be more accurate about the party that supports merging
business and state authority while maintaining the trappings of
representative democracy, call it the Democratic Fascism party. And
that's the only choice we get because the corporations decide who you
hear about.

Do you think Obama is not a member of corporate party? Do you think he's
not another spokesperson for the military industrial complex? Do you
think he doesn't fully believe in the US's permanent war economy? Look
behind his charisma, at his policies. He wants to expand the military,
yes he does. He wants to increase US unilateralism and intervention
around the world, yes he does. He wants to leave a permanent force of
upwards of 20,000 troops in Iraq indefinitely, yes he does.

Look for yourself:
QUOTE "Expand the Military: We have learned from Iraq that our military
needs more men and women in uniform to reduce the strain on our active
force. Obama will increase the size of ground forces, adding 65,000
soldiers to the Army and 27,000 Marines."

QUOTE "Ensure a Strong U.S.-Israel Partnership: Barack Obama strongly
supports the U.S.-Israel relationship, believes that our first and
incontrovertible commitment in the Middle East must be to the security
of Israel, America's strongest ally in the Middle East. Obama supports
this closeness, stating that that the United States would never distance
itself from Israel."

QUOTE "Bring a Brutal Warlord to Justice: Former Liberian President
Charles Taylor has been accused of committing war crimes by
international prosecutors. After taking the presidency following a
brutal civil war that decimated Liberia's population, Taylor created a
rebel group that fought in neighboring Sierra Leone's civil war."

Digg me down if you wish, but you'll only be helping to keep people from
discovering where their interests really lie. If nobody is allowed to
say that all of our candidates are pro-war and pro-corporation, then it
will never change. It's okay to like Obama (I like him myself), but
please know exactly what you're supporting.

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