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Sums It Up For Me.

A tip of the tinfoil hat to The Other 98% for sharing this. It would be nice to have a party of which corporations are not their most important constituents. Radical right or moderate right really isn’t much of a choice.

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  1. mac
    August 16, 2012 at 9:29 am

    Hey, TinFoil – good to see you’re posting again!

    And yup – little choice at the moment, but things are slowly improving I think.. or getting worse at a decelerating pace might be more accurate..

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    • August 16, 2012 at 10:17 am

      Hi Mac, how have you been? I took a little bit of an extended break from blogging, but I seem to be heating up as the political season is heating up.

      Our (supposed) two party system really is a joke: although I admire the Democrat’s stance on many social issues, the majority of their ideologies make them no more liberal than Nixon or Reagan. I wish Kucinich would run!

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      • mac
        August 16, 2012 at 12:48 pm

        Thanks, doing good! I had a bit of a break from T&P blogging myself a few months – but when Romney the Trainwreck started last month – I got back into it.

        And I still think the longer political trendlines are encouraging – with the younger generations and the digital age as empowering the individual – and weaking centralized private powercenters. I choose to believe anyhow….

        Great you’re back – always enjoyed your posts and take on things šŸ™‚

        Talk later!

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