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cute corruption
#1
Here's an off-the-cuff assessment of politics in the U.S.:

We have two parties. controlled by corporate greed and media corruption.

Imho, we got Trump because all the investigations into his rampant corruption inadvertently exposed the endless corruption of the opposing parties.
Trump won because he had a state sponsored media outlet. Fair and balanced.
Odd that our A.G just met with Murdoch, and the next day, Shep Smith; a reasonable journalist, had to go.
This should be the most chilling news of recent days.

The most sane voice on Fox News is gone...the day after Rupert met with our A.G.

The Ukraine investigation is inadvertently exposing Joe Biden's corruption.
Same like last time. And now, we have 3 top runners in the dnc.
Biden, Bernie, and Liz.

Biden should bail out now, before he gets entangled in controversy.
Bernie had a recent heart attack...that has hurt him, big time.
The next target is Warren. 
Her hypocrisy is so stellar, so ambitious; that she couldn't endorse Bernie when it would have mattered.
Now she echoes him...in as; same hollow rhetoric.  In an insincere way. She's Hillary. Same outfit

Ever wonder why we can't have a viable 3rd party?
That's the place to focus. That's where the cute corruption focuses its energies.

I'm on board with several of the real progressive voice.
And without naming names, they are focused on the corruption of the dems.
The corruption taking place presently is a fascinating show. 
All eyes are on Trump.

Christ, he must be cumming in his pants.

Imagine the thrill of  clinical narcissist, garnering this level of attention?

It's epic. 

Meanwhile, we have sick rules to prevent a 3rd party.

Wake up call:

The two parties we have, and the mechanism of promotion therein, fails to mention something significant:

They are the same party.

The majority of american voters prefer a Julian Castro; Tulsi Gabbard; Andrew Yang type candidate/

You'd think, along with Bernie, we could have a third party.

That we can't is the ultimate unit of corruption,

I think it's where we should focus.
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(10-12-2019, 09:08 AM)stanky Wrote:  The majority of american voters prefer a Julian Castro; Tulsi Gabbard; Andrew Yang type candidate/

I'd be interested to see how you made that analysis, given the three of them added together are attracting 5% of Democratic votes, while 100% of Republican voters don't want them. I make that support levels throughout USA of under 3%, so how that translates in a majority confuses me a bit.
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#3
Yeah, you should be confused.
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#4
So, no chance of telling me how it can be?

Mate, that's an evasion of Brobdingnagian proportions.
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#5
Brob who?

Thing is, the mechanism of our democracy is designed to weed out the desires of the voters.
An obvious example is what happened to Bernie. He got screwed by a corrupt dnc. He would have creamed Trump, imho. Polls agree.

Instead, we have Trump. That in no way reflects the majority opinion in this great nation.
We're mostly progressives.
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(10-12-2019, 11:22 PM)stanky Wrote:  Brob who?

Gulliver's Travels.

The Brobdingnags were the giants.
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#7
Strange i missed that.

I read Gulliver's Travels.
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#8
Easily one of the top five books in all human history.

Not bad for an Irish priest.
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#9
reminds me, i need to read douglas adams. i keep forgetting.
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Quote:They are the same party.

I've been saying that for years but I had to be wrong cos not Murrican and not 'liberal'.

just sayin...
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