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(not verified) on Wed, 03/12/2008 - 3:49pm.
If you think it is bad now, it is only going to get worse if Obama or Hillary gets elected as President. I read in a, (how should I put it without sounding like a racist) African American newspaper how the African Americans and Hispanics (legal Hispanic immigrants, Hispanic US citizens and Hispanic illegal immigrants), think Obama was sent here by God to solve all of their problems. They think their time has come to get what they want. How they think it is about time that the rich share what they have with the ones that don't have what they have. Now this was spread out in several articles of the paper, but... come on is that not what communism is all about??? (Webster definition of communism ; a theory or system of the ownership of the means of production by the community, with all members sharing in the work and the products.) I also read Michelle Obama's senior thesis at Princeton on the racial divide. I don't believe I would want her representing the USA with her attitude. Funny how if you did not access her thesis before the campaign how you can't access now. Read the full thesis here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. (Hopefully you will be able to open those links). It is quite an eye opener. Hillary is no better. If she is elected President Clinton will be back in office again and he is responsible for not doing anything for immigration while he was in office so you can pretty well bank that Hillary will be the same way. I mean it was during the Clinton's watch that the ball was dropped with the terroist. Hillary and Obama both voted against having English as our national language. Obama is pushing the Global Tax for Poverty bill through. Which if it passes gives the UN control over our Treasury on the percentage that the US citizens will have to pay for Global Poverty. What about the poverty we have right here in this country? If we can afford to do this for other countries, why can't we do it for our own citizens first? These are the issues people need to be thinking about before they vote, instead of voting for someone because they talk a good talk about change, which is being interpret as I can get something for nothing. Lesson #1 for every citizen is you don't get something for nothing. You either pay for it by it being taking away from you monetarily or by losing more of your freedoms. I already know that I am going to get a lot feedback for my statements, providing they post my comments. But, hey I am telling you now, I served my country in the military, I have always worked and paid taxes, and I vote. Until it is taken away from me I still have freedom of speech. None of this was said to hurt anyones feelings or attack any one specific race of peoeple. I only repeated what I read in the newspapaer and yes it was not word for word but only the highlights of the articles that I have repeated.
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