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Comment: Re:My favorite part (Score 1) 37

by fustakrakich (#49553537) Attached to: Hillary is still going to be our next president, isn't she?

One by one, their old friends are gone. Death, natural or not, prison, deported. Hillary Clinton is the only one left, because she always made money for her partners.

I firmly believe Hillary is only using her star power to draw money and attention to the party. There's plenty of time to find another charismatic muppet and let her ease herself out while putting on a 'vigorous' campaign. The presidency just doesn't seem logical.

Comment: Re:But aren't corporations people now? (Score 1) 37

by fustakrakich (#49553011) Attached to: Hillary is still going to be our next president, isn't she?

I think most people hold their noses and vote for the lesser of two evils. I know that's the feeling of most of the people I talk to.

Yes they do. And it is that kind of thinking that puts them where they are. The 'prison' is self made, and they feel more comfortable there while moaning about the cruel world.

Comment: Re:But aren't corporations people now? (Score 1) 37

by fustakrakich (#49552781) Attached to: Hillary is still going to be our next president, isn't she?

They don't need a 'viable' candidate. With control of congress they can get what they want. And I don't know why people argue about this as if democrats and republicans really oppose each other. That would be like a wrestler beating on his tag team partner. This whole theater is the same tired old good cop/bad cop routine. What's sad is that people still fall for it, right here on Slashdot.

Comment: Re:But aren't corporations people now? (Score 1) 37

by fustakrakich (#49552637) Attached to: Hillary is still going to be our next president, isn't she?

13% of those polled approves of congress. Over 96% percent of them were reelected. Over 98% of the voters vote for the institutional party, which is the republican/democrats. That number has been stable for a very long time. We have fewer independents in congress than ever. There is no indication that will change any time soon, despite all the angst being posted here. There is very little reason to believe mass media polls.

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