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Republi-Crats don't have hanging, dimpled or pregnant chads on their assholes.

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    Ali-Dubya and the forty thieves http://www.fuckusama.com/george-beard.php http://www.nader.org/interest/012402.html Republicans & Democrats don t have hanging,
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 10, 2002
      Ali-Dubya and the forty thieves



      Republicans & Democrats don't have hanging, dimpled or pregnant chads
      on their assholes.

      Al Gore, Senators Trent Lott, Bill Nelson, Richard Gephardt, and the
      rest are all corporate-catamites!!!!




      ....the members of legislative bodies are selected by political
      parties, largely financed or otherwise influenced by private
      capitalists who, for all practical purposes, separate the electorate
      from the legislature. The consequence is that the representatives of
      the people do not in fact sufficiently protect the interests of the
      underprivileged sections of the population. Albert Einstein-- "Why

      This crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of
      capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An
      exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who
      is trained to worship acquisitive success as a preparation for his
      future career. (Ibid)



      Private capital tends to become concentrated in few hands, partly
      because of competition among the capitalists, and partly because
      technological development and the increasing division of labor
      encourage the formation of larger units of production at the expense
      of smaller ones. The result of these developments is an oligarchy of
      private capital the enormous power of which cannot be effectively
      checked even by a democratically organized political society. (Ibid)


      Criminal capitalism

      Why must American taxpayers subsidize the greed,
      corruption, and recklessness of foreign regimes?

      By Ralph Nader

      Washington, D.C., recently hosted a swarm of 3,000 central
      bankers and finance ministers from around the world. Limousines
      were thick as locusts, and hotels filled to bursting with the gushing
      hospitality of banks and securities firms. But the reason for their
      meeting was hardly cause for celebration. After all, the worsening
      crisis of runaway global capitalism isn't something to rejoice over.

      Conference rooms filled with concerned "three-piece suiters" and
      their cell phones, listening to speakers who pretended to offer a
      diagnosis for the problems confronting them. Out of the sobered
      and weighty discussions, one theme emerged: The capitalists
      called on socialism -- in the form of government bailouts, loans,
      and credits -- to save them. Small taxpayers -- mostly Americans --
      would bear the financial burden and risks of subsidizing that aid.
      The message was relentless -- governments must do something;
      Congress must send $18 billion of taxpayer money to the
      International Monetary Fund to pour into Russia, Brazil, and other
      nations where corruption and oligarchy abound.

      Invoking socialism (i.e. taxpayers) to save capitalism has become
      routine in Washington. Our federal government and other western
      countries use our tax dollars to guarantee profits by subsidizing
      private investment with public monies.

      After so many years of such largesse -- at our expense and without
      our participation -- big corporations have begun to view such
      corporate welfare policies as entitlements. They demand them.
      And they often get them, while those who truly suffer -- the poor and
      the underfed -- are faced with two- or five-year welfare cutoffs,
      nonliving wage jobs, and heaps of opprobrium.

      It's bad enough that the United States must aid American
      corporations in financial trouble; can we also reasonably be
      expected to bail out foreign regimes and their speculating Western
      creditors? Apparently. If we don't -- secretary of the treasury
      Rubin and president Bill Clinton warn -- our own economy will

      Globalization, as practiced by many multinational corporations and
      their governments, means interdependence -- GATT (General
      Agreement on Trade and Tariffs) style. Autocratic regimes are able
      to squash democratic processes and the rule of law. There is little
      room under corporate globalization devoid of democratic practices
      for community self-reliance or self-sufficiency. But criminal
      capitalism continues to expand, while innocent American taxpayers
      are forced to pay for the greed, corruption, and recklessness of

      Many consumer, labor, and environmental groups have been
      pressing for a sustained national debate on economic
      globalization during and between elections. If you'd like more
      information on economic globalization, send one dollar in postage
      to the Multinational Monitor Magazine, P.O. Box 19405,
      Washington, D.C. 20036.






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