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Bravo, and who do you suggest to provide the "accountability" and "oversight"?

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 29, 2009 at 01:09

"No other choice" - ? You didn't look very far. We now have the wolves in total control of the chicken house. Laws on the table that would have horrified all of our founding fathers. So you think the Republicans ruined our country, huh? M'dear, they had much help from all parties, and even tried, but were blocked by the Dems in trying to roll back the monstrous debacle the Democratic Congress brought onto the U.S. mortgage scene.

This country has tossed its moral base to the same level as the Romans of the past. Do you avail yourself of any history? We have joined a much cluttered stew pot. We have enjoined the past failed nations of centuries and millenia ago into the same slimey sewer. The financial disasters of the past few months are just a hint of what is coming in many other venues. You ain't seen nothin' yet "Bouvier".

The atrocious horrors of the Nazi war machine of World War II will soon fade into oblivion as this country opens up the world's abortion slaughter houses. 50 million babies and counting - just here.

The world has been successfully bullied into turning a blind eye to the tens of millions in the past few years who have been genocidally murdered by Islam. The press won't even dare to report it anymore. I'm still wondering who you would put in charge of the hen house?

I'm feeling guilty for using the poor wolves as an analogy for the Liberal machine. Even those poor dumb animals have some vestige of honor and integrity. My sincerest apologies to the animal kingdom.

For a form of life even more viral I would have to look to, well, let's see.... ah, yes - to the virus itself.

Many administrations have plundered the Social Security system where millions of retirees have put their own hard earned money for over half a century. Both Republicans and Democrats are bailing out the most disgusting excuse for corporate and business insttutions while raiding the citizens of every last penney they can squeeze out. Even bail-out money is being hastily grabbed up by pork projects for politicians of every stripe. And the corporate greed machine dips into it, too. Yeah, I see a lot of good being accomplished by Mr. Obama. He greases the slimey slope for more corruption than all past U.S. governments combined.

So your answer for the incapacity of the Americans to govern themselves is to give governance to regulation under the likes of the Clintons, Pelosis, Reids, and their grand inquisitor, Obama?

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