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    LOL! You are absolutely correct, unless one wants to follow "blindly and blatantly." I think that goes for the Democrats, Independents and the Republicans! Then again, there are those "sheeple" out there... Good comment.
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    If the rightwing conspiracy theorists truly questioned absurdity, they would have quizzed themselves out of existence by now. Those who tried to claim Sandy Hook was a hoax sounded so much like a macabre Monty Python sketch, I wouldn't have been the least surprised if penguins started exploding.
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    What the sheeple don't understand is that we who question absurdity, usually, do not use classifacation of any type of two party establishment system to discribe our beliefs!!!
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    You may be interested in the following: "America Track Towards Tyranny."

    -- breaking news --
    by Colin McNickle -
    Pittsburg Tribune-Review
    January 28, 2013


    "The Bill of Rights is under attack as never before. And the assault, every bit the definition of “treasonous” to the most reasonable of people, is being waged by the very government whose charge it is to preserve, protect and defend it.

    Worse, a growing nation of sheeple, fostered by large carrots on short sticks sold as “free,” has been complicit in helping to usher in the Era of the Dependent Serf. It‘s a cohort so lacking in intellectual wherewithal that “independence,” for them, is the pejorative their government masters tell them it is."



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    http://triblive.com/opinion/colinmcnickle/333...



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    @Malitia_Man Here's another 'conspiracy theory' I have always believed. If you are the government and want unbridled reign, devise a way for your people to blame each other for all the problems and not hold you accountable.
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    I think the claim is total bullshit. The more educated one is the more they should believe in conspiracies by our govt and big business. Watch the movie "The promised land". Corporate America leaves NOTHING to change or the will of the people. Hicks believe in Spaceships sucking people up for anal probes. Educated people tend to believe the govt is behind most things. On behalf of the ultra rich. Regardless of party.
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    Further if the right says it I tend to believe it's propaganda. If the left says it I tend to believe it's propaganda. The only "truth" coming out of the media today is that they are lying.
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    @marine1 These kind of claims are nothing more than "one side" trying to make "the other side" look inferior so people will think "Hell I don't want to be inferior so let me go over here". It's all similar to groups on the third grade playground. Except with far greater rewards for being "the winner". What a crock. People need to wake up BOTH PARTIES ARE CORRUPT TO THE CORE. There are no good guys in Washington.
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    @PNWest - So we're quoting comedians now, okay. That's cool, I guess. As long as we know the truth is that this is a center right nation, and we're not too keen on liberalism.
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    Tell me something I don't know, they have been trying to overthrow the government for the last 20 odd years. Doing everything they can most of it corrupt or illegal.
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    The real conspiracy is the Tea Party. Dems conspired to put akins and murduck on the senate ballot, conspired to have you carry signs like "get your govt out of my medicare." So far it's working like a charm...
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    @Knightmare Perhaps, but the tea party has been far more effective in costing republicans elections then the occupy movement. All occupy did was frame the debate, that was helpful, but when it comes to solutions, occupy, is not really aimmed at accomplishing anything.

    Repubs are actually trying to pick up seats in elective office, and tea candidates like akins, murdock, etc. cost themselves, and tea party rhetoric cost romney the election, so tea has been far more effective from a progressive point of view then occupy. Its one reason it is very rate for me to not make clear that I root for tea...
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    @PoliticalSpice Can't argue your point here....the initial volley was pretty good but this round this election cycle was....didn't go well....there were still some gains....I think it is that the Tea Party just doesn't speak political correctness....
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    Oh no, you're not saying they're more analytical, driven to find more information before jumping to conclusions?
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    Why doesn't Politix ever have an article by Patrick Buchanan or James Edwards? How about a little fairness here? Mother Jones? When you're left of Obama then you need to get your mental health checked.
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    I like Buchanan. Saw him a lot on msnbc. I am in agreement with you on this. Agreeing with you is is why i need get my mentak health checked. Being left of obama is just common sense.
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    seems to me when something is out of whack it needs to be checked,the lefts seems to think it crazy if even when it is right in your face .some never want to check on anything go with the flow and just except without question. except words even after caught feeding manure.
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    yeah, and the right wing has spent how long and how much to try and find some cover up in Benghazoi when the facts were open for all to see from the start?

    you freaks on the far right are no different than the freaks on the far left...
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    @woodtick57 did you not see those in gov saying that was all caused by a video? that was not the truth they knew it yet pushed it.says it all about them .
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    @woodtick57 He's telling the truth and you know it. You seem to have a problem with the truth. Most liberals do.
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    IDK..look at the previous articles about lobbying and corporations...

    a lot of people on the left post some pretty silly ideas about new world order crap....
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    Those weren't from real liberals. Those comments came from automated auto-commentators created by the Tri-Lateral commission and sent in by the Koch brothers.
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    @woodtick57 Possibly - but I think it might have something to do with that Stuxnet virus. That's like the flu right?
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    The political arena in general is becoming conspiratorial and aggressive as a result of the fight and ardent struggle for senseless power which is used in a manner contrary to what it is meant for.....http://unn.edu.ng/
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    Total BS=Barry Soetoro.......Right out of the WH complicitors machine.

    You may want to read the following.......

    by Colin McNickle -
    Pittsburg Tribune-Review
    January 28, 2013

    "The Bill of Rights is under attack as never before. And the assault, every bit the definition of “treasonous” to the most reasonable of people, is being waged by the very government whose charge it is to preserve, protect and defend it.

    Worse, a growing nation of sheeple, fostered by large carrots on short sticks sold as “free,” has been complicit in helping to usher in the Era of the Dependent Serf. It‘s a cohort so lacking in intellectual wherewithal that “independence,” for them, is the pejorative their government masters tell them it is."


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    http://triblive.com/opinion/colinmcnickle/333...



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    ]] a majority in both parties - 56% and 75%, respectively -
    ]] claimed to believe in at least one conspiracy theory.
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    ]] And doesn't everybody?
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    Only if they're poorly educated and not very bright to begin with.
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    "Conspiracy theories" are not theories. A theory is an explanation that agrees with ALL the evidence, 100% of it. "Conspiracy theories" require a DENIAL of evidence.
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