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    The Obama Deception

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...80711843120756

    lol soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo deep wat a mindfuk rite? FROM THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF LoOsE ChAnGe!

    Has anyone tried to sit through this? I managed ten minutes. If they told me that a vote for Barack Obama would make Alex Jones go away, I would gladly vote for him.

    100% chance that NateGrey believes in this.
    Quote Originally Posted by ORS
    I know they will. At some point in your life, you'll grow up and quit pulling stupid shit like this. Then, the world will be a better place. Unfortunately, somebody else will turn 12 and start doing the same thing. It's a vicious cycle.

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    I made it to minute 26! I deserve some sort of special privileges for that, don't I?

    I love conspiracy theories and I love film, but when the guy was filming himself during a fire alarm talking to a conservative radio host (16 million listeners!) about the conspiracy, sort of advancing the story because he had no story, I just stopped.

    I agree with the Maddux Mission response to Loose Change. If this shit's real, then the person who put this on GOOGLE would be dead right now (they already killed Kennedy for much less) and we'd have never seen this link to begin with. I really wish I had as much time as this guy does to go around filming whatever it would be I'd film, must me nice. Personally, I'd waste my time on a Zombie movie involving talksox members!

    Also, if Obama was placed into office based on his appearance (as being change but not really) then AT LEAST the shadow government is giving the people the appearance that they're getting what the want (even if they don't really get it). In Iran, the people don't even get that! The shadow gov there just says, "here's your president, go fuck yourself. God is great!!! AYANAY6AYAYYAAYYAGGGAGAAATATTAAAAAT!!!!! (throws shoes at monitor)"

    So we still got it pretty ok in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrespoBlows;421057;
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...80711843120756

    lol soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo deep wat a mindfuk rite? FROM THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF LoOsE ChAnGe!

    Has anyone tried to sit through this? I managed ten minutes. If they told me that a vote for Barack Obama would make Alex Jones go away, I would gladly vote for him.

    100% chance that NateGrey believes in this.
    I think most of its total bullshit, but Crespo what do you make of the Federal Reserve? I have had a couple of friends try and convince me that it is a pretty corrupted organization that definitely does pull some strings in Washington.
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    Ask your friends if they have ever seen the movie Zeitgeist. If they have, then any information they tell you can safely be ignored.

    About the Fed, I think it is safe to say that a organization that is given the power to print money at will, given control of the entire monetary system, and subjected to no supervision is going to end up with very bad results.
    Quote Originally Posted by ORS
    I know they will. At some point in your life, you'll grow up and quit pulling stupid shit like this. Then, the world will be a better place. Unfortunately, somebody else will turn 12 and start doing the same thing. It's a vicious cycle.

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    I have to admit, the whole "Obama Mania" did scare me a bit. I admit that I don't know all that much about politics, but it isn't very settling to see so many people worship a guy they really don't know much about. I think very few people actually know who Obama actually is (I certainly don't), so I find it a bit like "blind faith". I don't like jumping on a band wagon just because the media is telling me "this is the guy".

    I'm young and I'm not really that worried about the Gov't. I've always thought that if things actually got bad in the future, I'd just move out to Switzerland or somewhere. I'm not exactly one of those loud, obnoxious "I'm an American, and this is the best country on Earth. Fuck everyone else." types, and there are A LOT of them.

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    "He is being pushed as savior in an attempt to con the American people into accepting global slavery."

    Wait... people actually believe this?
    And who are you, the proud lord said, that I must bow so low?
    Only a cat of a different coat, that's all the truth I know. In a coat of gold or a coat of red, a lion still has claws, And mine are long and sharp, my lord, as long and sharp as yours.

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    they are a bit over the top, but I agree that there is a lot more going on behind the front that Obama gives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonianmarch;440549;
    they are a bit over the top, but I agree that there is a lot more going on behind the front that Obama gives.
    Wow, no other politician in the history of ever doesn't have stuff going on behind the scenes.

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    I voted Ron Paul...I dont have a problem with Obama himself but some of the things he is pushing scare me, I dont think he is a flat out socialist but so many of his policies are socialist and thats getting kind of scary being that I think Bush was far too Liberal and our Gov't is getting TOO big to really serve the people, I believe in the free market and keeping Healthcare privatized and the fed has got to go, Im almost more of a Libretarian than Republican but Ron Paul is the only canadite ive seen that i actually "believe" in (dont worry im not a "doomsday" conservative im actually fairly open minded) I just believe in a smaller federal gov't.

    sorry for the random rambling...
    "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan

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    I'm completely Libertarian. I really believe that we lost our freedom in this country a long time ago. Personal freedoms are LONG gone. No longer can you do things for "pursuit of happiness", you have to have a good enough reason or they won't let you do it. You can see it everywhere now, seat-belt laws, boating laws, construction laws, the endangered species act; laws against drugs, gambling, prostitution, indecent exposure, the FCC, the list goes on and on. You know we are no longer "free" when you can get arrested for showing off cleavage in public IF you don't have a good reason (by their opinion, not yours).

    To many people today just want to have their big TV, watch their football, get laid, and drink. They really don't care about the government until it REALLY fucks with them and it's too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedWilliams101;440606;
    I'm completely Libertarian. I really believe that we lost our freedom in this country a long time ago. Personal freedoms are LONG gone. No longer can you do things for "pursuit of happiness", you have to have a good enough reason or they won't let you do it. You can see it everywhere now, seat-belt laws, boating laws, construction laws, the endangered species act; laws against drugs, gambling, prostitution, indecent exposure, the FCC, the list goes on and on. You know we are no longer "free" when you can get arrested for showing off cleavage in public IF you don't have a good reason (by their opinion, not yours).

    To many people today just want to have their big TV, watch their football, get laid, and drink. They really don't care about the government until it REALLY fucks with them and it's too late.
    yeah thats why when i tell ppl im conservative they are suprised that i say weed should be legal, gays should be alowwed to be married, and the drinking age should be lowered to 18 (if you are old enough to die for your country you should be old enough to have a beer) the gov't isnt there to dictate how we live our lives infact the federal gov't should be responsible for very little and everything else should be moved down to the state or local gov'ts which would better represent every individuals ideals...
    "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan

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    Exactly. I'm not sure when the individual got replaced with the community, but it happened, and most people don't mind. It's a very very slippery slope when the community can begin to decide what rights the individual should/shouldn't have. It's the reason why gambling and drugs are illegal, the community and gov't don't like it, so they won't let anyone do it. This country is no longer about individual freedoms.

    One of the things I don't like about our government is the fact that only those already in the "machine" (via relations, wealth, etc) can actually do anything. If the government doesn't like what you represent, you have no chance. They won't let you get anywhere. It's almost like a rigged game, they will let you believe you can make a difference, but in the end, they are the ones really in control.

    Now, I don't believe most conspiracy theories, but I'm also not naive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedWilliams101;440610;
    Exactly. I'm not sure when the individual got replaced with the community, but it happened, and most people don't mind. It's a very very slippery slope when the community can begin to decide what rights the individual should/shouldn't have. It's the reason why gambling and drugs are illegal, the community and gov't don't like it, so they won't let anyone do it. This country is no longer about individual freedoms.

    One of the things I don't like about our government is the fact that only those already in the "machine" (via relations, wealth, etc) can actually do anything. If the government doesn't like what you represent, you have no chance. They won't let you get anywhere. It's almost like a rigged game, they will let you believe you can make a difference, but in the end, they are the ones really in control.

    Now, I don't believe most conspiracy theories, but I'm also not naive.
    exactly, the federal gov't has to have some say in foreign policy, the military, and some federal laws and regulations such as our highway systems certain laws concerning immigrations and upholding the constitution (not "re-interpreting" it) but thats just about it.
    "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan

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    The posts in this thread give me encouragement that some of the thinking young people are concerned about a government that is increasingly telling (some would say dictating) how we should live our lives. They are already inour pockets with regard to every aspect of our finances and they are increasing their regulation of our leisure activities. They seem to have no compunction about telling us what we can't smoke, eat, display etc. Our freedoms are shrinking every day. The young people need to wake up like the posters in this thread. They are the ones who will have to live with the oppression for decades. Here's what Barney Frank said today at he National Press Club:

    I've had people come to us and complain, "Well, if you do that, I can't make any money." The answer is that's not my job. We're not here to help you make money. We are here to help have a system in which you will make money as an incident of your providing funds to those who will use it productively.
    This philosophy is scary. I guess many of our elected officials including Mr. Frank think that the primary purpose of our labor is to fund a government which will dictate how the fruits of our labor should be spent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter;440685;
    The posts in this thread give me encouragement that some of the thinking young people are concerned about a government that is increasingly telling (some would say dictating) how we should live our lives. They are already inour pockets with regard to every aspect of our finances and they are increasing their regulation of our leisure activities. They seem to have no compunction about telling us what we can't smoke, eat, display etc. Our freedoms are shrinking every day. The young people need to wake up like the posters in this thread. They are the ones who will have to live with the oppression for decades. Here's what Barney Frank said today at he National Press Club:



    This philosophy is scary. I guess many of our elected officials including Mr. Frank think that the primary purpose of our labor is to fund a government which will dictate how the fruits of our labor should be spent.
    yeah im not a fan of government interfering with our personal lives, for example when i was 18 the city i lived in proposed a ban on smoking in public resturaunts, me personally i dont smoke and im not a fan of cigarette smoke when im eating, but I feel that if i dont like it i can eat somewhere else, so a few friends of mine and me decided to sign a petition to stop the proposition and even praticipated in a protest at a favorite local resturaunt and city hall and the local elected officials actually repealed it, that was the first time i realized that if enough ppl actually tried and pushed to make a difference it would help which pushed me to send letters my congressman at the time of the first "stimulus" package but to no avail it was passed anyways (although he did vote against it) and ive started to lose a bit of faith in alot of the country...once again im rambling, sorry for that.

    oh and thank you for the compliment by the way a700
    "It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan

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