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Comment: Re:Greens (Score 1) 115

by Liam Slider (#16838386) Attached to: Top 10 List of Worldwide Internet Censors
In the US they tend to attract the people who are too left for the Democrats, or occasionally protest votes from Democrats who can't stomach their own candidates. It is true on some issues they might be viewed as conservative, shift towards more decentralized government for instance, but on others...well they support the "decentralization of wealth" (communism) just as much as they support the decentralization of government, mixed with extreme environmentalism. As you can see read for yourself... http://www.gp.org/tenkey.shtml Basically they are ecologically "friendly" communists.

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