Transparency of the little dictator [or is it a hammer]

Discussion in 'Politics' started by OldRegular, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. OldRegular

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    In the last few weeks we have had two vivid examples of the transparency of the little dictator's regime:

    First: The Inspector General of Americorps was fired illegally by the little dictator for having the audacity to investigate the ethics of a friend of the little dictator.

    Second: The head of the Congressional Budget Office, which is independent of the White House, was summoned by the little dictator for some unknown reason.
     
  2. matt wade

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    I didn't know Napoleon was so actively involved in politics today!

    Seriously, OldRegular, these antics of yours are just silly. Can we act like adults and discuss topics without your little name calling games? If you are going to play the games, do you think we really need you to bold the term "little dictator", or do you think we might miss it?
     
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    I don't know. Do you wear specs or just enlarge the print?

    This is still a free country. No one forces you to read the bold print or for that matter any of my posts. I believe that Obama, who I currently call the little dictator, is the pawn of Satan. Anything I can do to call attention to his Satanic purpose I will do whether you think it silly or not.
     
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    Wait..."still a free country"....yet we have a dictator in power. How can that be?

    I agree with your message, but it's the delivery that is off. All you do is come off sounding like a kook.
     
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    Notice I said a "little" dictator. Instead of calling me a kook think about what you are reading. You may be surprised!
     
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    Be careful of Matt OR, 6 out ten people might agree with him putting you firmly in the minority. Being in the moniority makes you wrong automatically no matter how much evidence you have to support your conclusions. That's called "consensus" (of opinion). Note: Heavy emphasis on opinion always over rules cold hard facts. According to the "consensus" of the corporate media where the majority of folks get politically educated these days.

    Not only that but daring to think and speak outside the corporate "consensus" automatically makes you a kook too! Just thought I'd let ya know. :smilewinkgrin:

    There is one bright ray of hope in all this though, the majority eventually catches up to us kooks (knowledge wise) in two or three years and tend to agree with us then.

    That's about how long it took for the majority of folks calling me a kook about the North American Union to get educated enough to see what was really happening.
     
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