who really supports obama here? lets discuss please
I'm glad there are some people who don't have a super right or super left agenda in this world. Too many people take slander for truth now a days.I don't really "support" Obama, never have, but he's no where close to as terrible as people are leading on. Sure he's failed to do many things, but there's clearly a significant organized movement to discredit him and make his job more difficult than it already is. GOP is trying everything it can to make his job impossible and blow everything out of proportion.
For those with a reasonable perspective, I really thought this article was a great read. I found it to be a pretty realistic portrayal of the current political climate, and how things are clearly being done to the detriment of the country.
There have been so many "liberties" taken by governments that it wouldn't surprise me. The rule of law these days (more so than before) only seems to apply to those that don't have the money/connections to avoid getting caught.was alex jones wrong when he said that it was a flat out criminal offense by federal law for political members of this country to meet with leaders of other countries in secret meetings?
so if obama and clintons and others attend said meetings...
phil are you deffending obama, lol
To be fair, I don't believe Obama campaigned on the fact that he would repeal the patriot act, he had already voted in favor of it (and the retroactive FISA amendments) as a senator. To anyone that could look past populist rhetoric, it was pretty clear that Obama wasn't going to be as great as he made himself sound.dude, totally agree with that notion.
obama said he was going to repeal patiot act, then he voted to keep it. said he would
bring troops home, then doubled the numbers in afg.
I think abolishing the FED would be a good idea, mainly because it's a private entity that holds immense amount of power and it literally has no checks and balances. I'm not opposed to the idea of a central bank however. If the goal was to stabilize the economy for the long-term benefit of the country... Not the current policies of propping up consumerism by keeping interest rates artificially low so that everyone can go buy all this sh*t they don't need and can't really afford at the expense of grandma and grandpa's life savings.do you support the idea to abolish the fraudulent federal reserve bank?
The deeper you dig, the more nauseous it will make you. I actively try to avoid most politics these days, otherwise I'd probably go insane. Way too much BS going on.been getting into politics just a bit recently and i am just really disturbed at what i find.