The growth of right wing militias...

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by OPTIONAL777, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    "But Sekoff added that the Obama administration has played a part in fueling the anger with its Wall Street-friendly handling of the bank bailout and behind-closed-doors deal with the pharmaceutical industry."
     
  2. So when people get angry at a political move, they should organize a right wing militia?

    Oy vey...

    Why not just try working through the system that is in place?

    Geez, what a cretin mentality the right wingers have...


     
  3. The left has been trying to tell you about corporate welfare for decades.
     
  4. fhl

    fhl

    grow, darn it, grow!

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  5. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    It worked for the <s>cretins</s> American Patriots in the late 1700's.

    Apparently they felt the "system that was in place" wasn't working anymore.
    I have to agree, then and now.
    And now their messiah Obama is dispensing corporate welfare himself.

    "Change" we can believe in?
     
  6. The American Patriots were not established in their own independence or with a functioning system to work through political issues peacefully...

    You ain't too bright son, you ain't too bright...

     
  7. Chomsky always instructed that dems and reps were two sides of the same corporate boot licking coin.
     
  8. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    True enough, but I don't see the relevance. In any case we the people are rapidly losing our independence to a intrusive, bloated, out of control federal government that no longer resembles anything like the founding fathers had in mind.
    No? The Americans never negotiated with the British Monarchy or Parliament prior to hostilities?
     
  9. True enough, but I don't see the relevance.

    No, it takes some depth of thinking to see the relevance.

    In any case we the people are rapidly losing our independence to a intrusive, bloated, out of control federal government that no longer resembles anything like the founding fathers had in mind.

    "We the people" voted in the politicians we have now, the ones we will have in the future, etc.

    A call to arms against the government is foolish, a call to vote in politicians who can solve the problem working within the system is smart...

    No? The Americans never negotiated with the British Monarchy or Parliament prior to hostilities?

    They tried, but Americans were not a sovereign nation at that time, they had not won that sovereignty or been granted that sovereignty. They were still officially under British rule...

    Alas, I am sorry, but you ain't too smart son, you ain't too smart...
     
    #10     Aug 13, 2009