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ollaimh BS: Obama and Torture (57* d) RE: BS: Obama and Torture 11 Jan 13

obama is preferable to romney or bush because the latter are part of the financial elite who are gutting america of jobs. he does a few better thing. but only a few. the fact that obama has kept up the torture and the massive elimination of civil rights shows he's not a liberal, and never was. that was juts delusional right wing fantasy.

however it really doesn't matter that much whether you hva e nazi jack boot or a gucci shoe on your neck. crimes against humanity and the destruction of civil rights mean the end of the america i knew between the fifties and the eighties, and a ltile further.

its the evil empire now wending its way to collapse. the collapse will be horriffying if its run by the delusional fright wing. there are ways to alieviate it. like stop shipping trillions of dollar to wall street financiers and the military corporations and maybe spend it on mortage relief, small business bailouts education and infrastructure.   however the sign are not good for those kind of common sense solutions in the military capilatist empire.

there has never been a time when america has been more fascist nor more destructive to its working people

and there has never been a time when america has been more of an internatoional criminal

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