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Full speed ahead!

By Nate Beeler

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  1. ssgkenComment by ssgken
    November 29, 2012 @ 12:10 pm

    Yeah, I see it now; the wreck is coming. Looks like it’s gonna be a bad one. The idiots in the senate (Reid and his minions) don’t want to budge on spending while those with any sense at all are trying to stop the spend, spend, spend.

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  2. rzraickComment by rzraick
    November 29, 2012 @ 5:44 pm

    The Fiscal cliff is a scam. The scare is to allow even more government power and growth. They are saying “We must tax you and we must spend more, otherwise we will fall off a cliff.” Oh so scarey. Don’t we remember that the bank bailouts were gotton using the same scare tactic?

    It increased the debt, and transfered more wealth from the people to the banking elite. We have toi stop listening to these lies. We must say NO to all of this. They want more money and power for themselves and less for everyone else.

    Government is the problem, not the solution.

    This so called financial cliff is a non event. It is a dog and pony show to manipulate you into accepting more of the same.

    The real cliff lies ahaead. It is not higher taxes and meaningless cuts in the reate of spending. Thw real cliff will be a sudden collapse of the entire fraudulent banking/government/monetary system. When that happens, they will offer us the New World Order as a solution.

    Don’t fall for any of this. Freedom is the only way. Fight for it.

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  3. middlegroundComment by middleground
    December 3, 2012 @ 5:18 pm

    When Gingrich in 1992 said welfare should the business of churches and other traditional dispensers of charity money, his critics cried but that would cover less that 1% of what we need to spend on charity. Amazingly no one seemed to respond with the observation that maybe charity spending is encouraging more people to seek charity funds until now our entitlement spending exceeds our ability to pay without incurring trillions more in debt.

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