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Kucinich was also only one of five to vote in both houses of Congress against the resolution in support of Israel's actions in Gaza yesterday. He is a stone in many shoes - only the fact he is marginalized by the MSM probably keeps him safe, for now.

As to Obama, he 'aint even in office and he already sounds like previous Administrations warmed over. I think we will have little meaningful change and most of his supporters will be very disillusioned by end of February and beyond.

Not until we get America out of the deathgrip of the Men Behind The Curtain will there be any meaningful change. Period. Re-arranging the deck chairs on the 'Titanic' is lots of fun.:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
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#12
Peter Lemkin Wrote:...
As to Obama, he 'aint even in office and he already sounds like previous Administrations warmed over. I think we will have little meaningful change and most of his supporters will be very disillusioned by end of February and beyond.
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Obama is disgusting. He doesn't want to prosecute the war criminals Bush and Cheney because he'd rather "look forward." The next time I commit a crime I'll just tell the judge that we need to look forward not backward. I'm sure that'll get me off the hook, right? After all, justice is blind.
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#13
Myra Bronstein Wrote:
Peter Lemkin Wrote:...
As to Obama, he 'aint even in office and he already sounds like previous Administrations warmed over. I think we will have little meaningful change and most of his supporters will be very disillusioned by end of February and beyond.
...

Obama is disgusting. He doesn't want to prosecute the war criminals Bush and Cheney because he'd rather "look forward." The next time I commit a crime I'll just tell the judge that we need to look forward not backward. I'm sure that'll get me off the hook, right? After all, justice is blind.

Dawn be sure to use that in Court next time and even quote the new Pres. In physics, it is well known, the difference between non-change looking back in time and non-change looking forward in time:musicus::joyman:

Steady as she goes mates and full speed ahead - we're taking this Ship O' State right onto the rocks!! Shovel that oil and coal into the engines! Man the weapons! Prepare for War! Ship's mates get dried fish gruel for dinner; the ship's 'officers' will have their usual 12 course repast, with wine and whiskey in the captain's private diningroom. And don't forget - Go Shopping; No Stopping! End of Empire, here we come - but we ain't finished trashing the World and everyone and everything in it YET! Ahoy Mates! :captain::dancing2:Viking
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Myra Bronstein Wrote:
Peter Lemkin Wrote:...
As to Obama, he 'aint even in office and he already sounds like previous Administrations warmed over. I think we will have little meaningful change and most of his supporters will be very disillusioned by end of February and beyond.
...

Obama is disgusting. He doesn't want to prosecute the war criminals Bush and Cheney because he'd rather "look forward." The next time I commit a crime I'll just tell the judge that we need to look forward not backward. I'm sure that'll get me off the hook, right? After all, justice is blind.

Well we don't know this yet...he is leaving it up to his designated AG Eric Holder. We shall see what Holder is made of. Frankly if this admin gets away with all of this I will be most surprised. (But I have been disappointed before). Shit we have them admitting to torture. The case for the prosecution does not get any better than that. Obama's "base" will be all over this. Will he disappoint all?
Dawn
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Steady as she goes mates and full speed ahead - we're taking this Ship O' State right onto the rocks!! Shovel that oil and coal into the engines! Man the weapons! Prepare for War! Ship's mates get dried fish gruel for dinner; the ship's 'officers' will have their usual 12 course repast, with wine and whiskey in the captain's private diningroom. And don't forget - Go Shopping; No Stopping! End of Empire, here we come - but we ain't finished trashing the World and everyone and everything in it YET! Ahoy Mates! :captain::dancing2:Viking[/quote]

"The bottles stand as empty, as they were filled before.
Time there was and plenty, but from that cup no more.
Though I could not caution all, I still might warn a few:
Dont lend your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools"

Grateful Dead
"Ship of Fools"

Keith
"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
Buckminster Fuller
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#16
The latest communication from Stephen Zarlenga on Dennis Kucinich and Monetary Reform.

Ron Williams

++++++++++

Dear Friends of the American MONETARY Institute,

Monetary reform is advancing rapidly, because it must, in order to resolve our national crisis.

There are two links below that are MUST viewing, and please forward them to your email lists.

On this link:

http://cspanjunkie.org/?p=1724

Congressman Dennis Kucinich describes the economic and monetary crisis for one hour on the floor of the House of Representatives. You can see what a devoted and great leader he is. View it all. At about 40 minutes in, he discusses Stephen Zarlenga and our monetary reform proposal - a must see!

Here, Dennis in just over one minute describes the reform program in summary:

http://votersthink.org/?p=1073

Please enjoy the second link immediately, and set aside an hour to view the first link.

The internet is allowing a marvelous communication process to take place in our land, in this time of crisis. Please use it fully, forwarding this to your friends and let me know their reactions.

The full text of the American Monetary Act can be viewed at:

http://www.monetary.org/amacolorpamphlet.pdf

Warm regards and thanks for your attention,

Stephen Zarlenga
Director,
American Monetary Institute
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Ron Williams Wrote:The latest communication from Stephen Zarlenga on Dennis Kucinich and Monetary Reform.

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Great links Ron, thanks.

Kucinich is getting even bolder. This latest statement of his just blows me away: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r_-QRKyu6g
"Dennis Kucinich States His Intention To Put The Federal Reserve Under Government Control"

IMO bypassing the Federal Reserve is what got Lincoln assassinated.
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#18
Quote:IMO bypassing the Federal Reserve is what got Lincoln assassinated.
Some say that's what got Kennedy assassinated too.

And yes, great links Ron Smile
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
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Magda Hassan Wrote:
Quote:IMO bypassing the Federal Reserve is what got Lincoln assassinated.
Some say that's what got Kennedy assassinated too.
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I know they do but I see no persuasive evidence that it's true. I think JFK merely reissued Lincoln's Greenbacks in April of '63 and I doubt it was a
a factor in his murder.
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Myra Bronstein Wrote:Kucinich is getting even bolder. This latest statement of his just blows me away: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r_-QRKyu6g
"Dennis Kucinich States His Intention To Put The Federal Reserve Under Government Control"
IMO bypassing the Federal Reserve is what got Lincoln assassinated.

Right, Myra. It has been tried and proposed a number of times - in each case I can think of it was 'handled' by the elimination of the proposer - by political destruction or death. I also don't think the 'Best Congress Money Can Buy' is 'up' for it. The Public not demanding it and unaware of the problem, generally. I don't yet see anything along the lines of a 'no business as usual - but something COMPLETELY different' mentality. The people who caused the problems with their corrupt, opaque, trickle(pour?)-up voodoo economics are still at the helm. :captain: steering the ship of state right into the rocks.
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