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Comment It's not really a problem (Score 1) 224

The Hillary voters are going to still vote for her. It doesn't matter what she does. For those of us who will vote for somebody else, eh, no big deal... Just don't give her the job, and forget about her. And besides, the gig she is after is Kissinger's spot. He's ready to buy the farm any second now. There's much more, longer lasting power there, and she won't have to answer to anybody.

Comment Re:total bullshit? (Score 5, Insightful) 224

Does anyone actually believe this line of bullshit?

Unfortunately, yes... It should be obvious. Lots of people are going to vote for her regardless... There's not a lot that be done. Maybe, if we can wake up the non-voting block, it might be possible to defeat democrats and republicans. Even together they are a minority block of less than 40%.

Comment Re:your speech borders treason (Score 2) 65

Actually you are wagging the dog. The state is set up by the corporation to serve its interests. It takes a lot of money to put it all together, and politician who doesn't comply will lose all financial support, or worse. Napoleon's power didn't come from the wretched.

I oppose corporations (and unions) from contributing to political causes, either directly or indirectly.

You shouldn't. It's interfering. Just don't vote for people who take their money, and the problem is solved.

Comment Re:your speech borders treason (Score 3, Insightful) 65

The problem is, there is too much money involved in the politics of killing off corporations.

That sounds more like your typical libertarian poutrage than any kind of truth. Nobody's trying to *kill off corporations*. We only want them to abide by the same rules the rest of us are under. The real problem is that we allow them too much authority over our governments.

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