Corparate America owns the media and government. A barrel of oil is not worth a single drop of American blood. WE the People of the Republic of the United States of America have never protected Life in Iraq, not even American Life, and far less the rights of the people of Iraq. U.S. solders are dying for the oil of Iraq, not the people, and how do I know this?
Because all of my rights here in the US of A have all been taken away, So, I know we (our) solders have not been dying in Iraq for the last five plus years for OUR FREEDOM….Much less the people of Iraq. So KING George is in China today and as Russia is invading Georgia, King George is Dictating to China about human Rights after taking away all the rights of We the People of the Republic of the United States of America.
What is the definition of Hypocrite? How about: Oil Barons run the George-Dick-Haliburton-Rove White House and all of Osama Bin Laden’s wishes and dreams and prayers have all come true. Oil went to $147 a barrel from only $25 in only five years and all of our rights have been taken away, by the very same people we voted for to represent our freedom but now own and control We the People of the Republic of the United States of America. The state of government, maybe the Judicial branch of the U.S. government should over see the control of the justice department, rather than the executive branch that is in fact braking and ignoring and signing off on the law as it is being written. Thank goodness for state governments, Thank goodness for the state of Montana. Even with the federal government taking away all of my human rights, I still have some comfort here in Montana even if King George can now (legally) kidnap me and take me to a foreign country and illegally torture me and if I am lucky, I will just be drooped off in another country with only the shirt on my back, all because I am a Independent and not a republican neo-con-artist or neo-convict or so Karl Rove or Dick Cheney may think, Newt Gingrich keeps saying it is time to end Free Speech to better protect We the People. The only thing I need protection from are people and governments that think like Neo-Cons, who think like Neo-Nazis.
Maybe it is time for the fourth branch of government. The real, We The People. The only reason We The People have representatives in government is, We The People cannot gather together every day all in one big room to decide the law of the land because We all live to far apart from each other. So We let a few of us, We choose to TRUST, to speak for We the people. Well, It the government no longer speaks for We The People. For the most part the U.S. Government speaks for the corporate world, because in 1887 the Supreme Court illegally granted Constitutional Rights to entities just after a group of railroad barons bribed everyone in the U.S. government. So today entities called corporations give very large sums of money to both parties controlling the government in order to maintain its political power and existence over We the People.
Maybe it is time for We The People to come home from work everyday and vote from our computers and override anything and everything the government tells us We The People have to do for the government controlled by the corporate world, which has no mind or conscience or heart or spirit or soul. The entities that control Life are things. WE the People started out at the top of the food chain, but after, what Thomas Jefferson would call Fascist Traders, in the U.S. government, We are now at the bottom.
The corporations of the world just gave $100 million to the Republican party and $100 million to the Democratic party just for the party Conventions, so it does not matter which party wins, because the corporations own both parties. The same corporations give the same money to both parties in every election, Can you say Fascism ? Thomas Jefferson would. So Thank You Phil Gramm and Washington D.C. lawbreakers for removing the regulations put in place after the 1929 stock market crash and keeping the Enron loophole on the books.
Let monopolies and all kinds and degrees of oppression be carefully guarded against.
Samuel Webster, 1777