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Whoever wins, Wall Street wins !

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Nov 6, 2012 at 04:33

Anne Julienne wrote :

"From here in Australia, the US presidential elections have always seemed comic"

I guess it is not only from Australia that they seem so comic. It is always comic to see a one-party system with two factions controlled by the same money masters as in America and hear that the public can really be persuaded to believe that victory of either faction will change anything. Whoever wins, Wall Street wins - that is how the so called American "democracy" works.

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