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I Can't Get No Satisfaction

There is too much information being presented through various forms of media i.e., TV, Computers- Social Media, I -Phones, Radios, News Papers, Magazines, Posters, Billboards, Mailings, etc. So much information being presented at rapid speed it is impossible for any individual to actually intergrate and take seriously the world as presented through media. Also there is an enormous amout of Marketing material designed to inspire the consumer to make purchases.

So much useless…

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Added by JOHN on October 13, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

Why Obama wins

I think most people instinctively know the economy will either improve, stay the same or become worse  no matter who is president. Regardless of this, many people will still vote. People will vote for window dressing- Obama appears to make better window dressing than Romney. Obama should win this election- because he is known and liked better than Romney.

 

The economy is connected to everything else all domestic and forgien policy issues are connected to economic interest. So…

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Added by JOHN on July 4, 2012 at 10:32pm — No Comments

Loans Provided By a Mortgage Lender Can Be Fixed Rate

In the world we live in today it is not as quick to obtain the loan you want. Loans utilized to be as typically offered as debit cards, but with a faltering economy banks are shying away from lending money to those in the center and lower classes. Middle men, known as mortgage brokers, are created to help those who can afford a new loan, but are being denied by their neighborhood banks. By permitting a mortgage dealer to search for the ideal bank for you, you can be sure to locate the…

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Added by Dan Z. Sampson on June 1, 2012 at 12:34am — 3 Comments

A lost alienated state to find oneself

Only in Capitalism could natural phenomena - Nurishment and Shelter be turned into somthing one has to seek after in the form of a dream the american dream- a home and sustenance.

 

What a twisted reality man has created for himself.

Added by JOHN on May 22, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Opposite of an intent

 

It appears that at some point in time people utilized some form of exchange in order to facilitate their lives. Some form of exchange to make life more simple and perhaps better. However, over time it appears that the means of exchange ceased being a way to facilitate life and became a distructive force. The original purpose turned on itself and became it's opposite;The means of exchange became superior to life itself. Life became subjugated to the means of exchange. One can…

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Added by JOHN on February 19, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Good for goose good for gander

 Because of Citizens United Supreme Court decision basically justifyng corporations having individual rights- That is, the individual right to free speech - Then if they are deemed to have this individual freedom, it only follows that they must pay a tax rate at the individual effective rate and not corporate rate with only 15% for dividens etc.

 

What is good for the gooses is good for the gander- Pay the Tax or shut up!

Added by JOHN on January 21, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

A straight line

 

 Language could be simple if it were not for the lies that have become necessary in a convoluted exploitative economic system. To be covert, sinister, hidden, shim-sham, shyster, sell a bill of goods, the brooklyn bridge if you will- to get over, to make it, to out wit and win over all lies inherent to Capitalism.

 

What is wrong with people who expect politicians to not be capitalisits? Why is it people are confused about politicians taking advatage of their elected…

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Added by JOHN on December 31, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Online Bachelor's Degree Program

Mostly, people take online bachelor's degree so that they can earn more money. Usually a bachelor's degree is a 4 year course. The main advantage of taking an online bachelor's degree is that you get a higher salary when compared to non-graduates.



The main advantages of taking an online bachelor's degree program are:

  • Time - it is an important advantage of an online bachelor's degree program. As it is not a full time intensive program, you can opt to study at your own…
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Added by Daniel Martin on September 16, 2011 at 1:01am — No Comments

A useless Rumsfeld

Rumsfeld is a bag boy for international investors he is a timid useless excuse for a human being almost as timid as Dick Cheeney.

 

Peter King of New York another bag boy bringing home the cash to local investors under the guise of "freedom and security." 

Added by JOHN on March 3, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Let Love

Okay what shall we do to get a sing along going? Who wants to start the song? Let me try since everyone is so shy. "Born down in a dead man's town, the first kick I got was when I hit the ground, end up like a dog that's been beaten too much till you spend half your life just covering up" Born in the USA.

 

Is this a good song? How about one from Paul Simon? "Many the times I've been mistaken and many times confused and I've often felt forsaken and certainly misused, but I'm…

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Added by JOHN on February 20, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Second time is no charm for Alvin Greene

(Originally posted here.)

 

Being an international celebrity didn’t help Alvin Greene in his latest campaign.

 

In yesterday’s special election primary for the State House District 64 seat, Greene finished a distant last behind…

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Added by Rob Groce on February 16, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

DeMint could help Obama win South Carolina in '12

(Originally posted here)

At the moment, South Carolina’s Sen. Jim DeMint is only thinking about entering the next presidential race, but he could be counterproductive to the state’s Republican Party if he does.



A recent survey of Palmetto State voters,… Continue

Added by Rob Groce on February 9, 2011 at 1:48am — No Comments

Tax Cuts

Regarding the Federal government- there is not a spending problem, there is a revenue problem.

 

Now that the rich received an extension of the tax cuts- Democrats must constatnly ask:

 

Where are the jobs? The living wage jobs? Now that the doubt of whether or not Tax Cuts would be extended is gone.

 

Where are the living wage jobs?- if they don't come soon - bye bye tax cuts.

Added by JOHN on February 1, 2011 at 11:36pm — No Comments

TAX CUTS JOBS

Now that the Republican's have been granted their "tax-cut" for the rich, please all democrats constantly on all forms of media remind them of the following:WHERE ARE THE NEW JOBS RICH PEOPLE HAVE CREATED?

WHERE ARE THE NEW JOBS ONLY RICH PEOPLE CAN CREATE? WHERE ARE THE NEW JOBS THAT RICH PEOPLE CREATE?

 

You see the problem is not that there is too much spending, the problem is that those making billions do not pay enormous taxes and they should.

 

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Added by JOHN on January 22, 2011 at 8:26pm — No Comments

Tea Party violence backfires on Arizona GOP, official resign

Originally posted here.

 

 
Insinuations of Tea Party-provoked unrest and violence have been continuously reported…
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Added by Rob Groce on January 13, 2011 at 3:47am — No Comments

Right-wing terrorism promoted by right-wing political groups, politicians and media

(Originally posted here)

 

Yesterday’s attack on U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (Ariz – D) rings the same anarchist toll as many other recent circumstances of violent demonstration.



It's bad enough that many of these attacks on human…
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Added by Rob Groce on January 13, 2011 at 3:44am — No Comments

A late-arriving Christmas card

(Originally posted on ROBservations)

 





















The holiday season may be over, but I still found myself

fishing a Christmas card out of my mailbox yesterday. But it came from a law firm,

not family or friends. And it carried a rather…

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Added by Rob Groce on January 4, 2011 at 1:05pm — No Comments

A joyful path to criticism

There are many ways to apprehend the abuses our economic system inflicts upon all of us. One way will be explored as I discuss the feelings most American people place upon leisure and idleness. I will borrow much from the 19th century Philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche; in fact I will paraphrase from his aphorism named, "Leisure and idleness."

There is something of the American lust for gold and the breathless haste with which we work for monetary gain,…

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Added by JOHN on November 20, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Best Sellers

From Fredich Nietzsche:

"Best Sellers are ill smellers as they have the sticky feel of small people."

Added by JOHN on August 22, 2010 at 10:12pm — No Comments

It also ends.

Well, Well, Well- John Is Back! What have all of you been doing of late? Has the absurdity of meaning brought to you from mediated commercial interest been continuing to let you down? Don't fear here is a hopeful admonition. Just remember the following:

" The good thing about Capitalism is that it too shall pass."

Added by JOHN on August 22, 2010 at 10:10pm — No Comments

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