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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Mexdeaf, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. Mexdeaf

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    How sweet are the labors that freemen endure,
    That they shall enjoy all the profit, secure, -
    No more such sweet labors Americans know,
    If Britons shall reap what Americans sow,

    Swarms of placemen and pensioners' soon will appear,

    Like locusts deforming the charms of the year:
    Suns vainly will rise, showers vainly descend,
    If we are to drudge for what others shall spend.



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    http://www.americanrevolution.org/war%20songs/warsongs6.html
     
  2. poncho

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    We won our freedom from the English crown and the central bankers during the revolution only to give it all up again in 1913 under the Federal Reserve act.

    Now we all labor for the private central bankers once again.
     

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