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Wall Street has won ... as always

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Nov 7, 2012 at 17:17

M. Tovey wrote :

> Candidate Obama was leading away from the principles, thinking that with the weakening processes he had already implemented, he can take it to the next step towards socialism. If given the chance, that is exactly what will happen if the processes to retrieve what America is losing are not implemented instead.<

Obama was chosen by Wall Street just as Romney was. He happened to be given more money for his election campaign and this is why he won.

If you call being a lapdog of big corporations and big banks, acting to further enrich the 1% that practically owns America by cutting their taxes,outsourcing and destroying the American middle class "socialism", then definitely Obama is a "socialist" ... just as his paymasters from Wall Street are "socialists" too.

> That is what is at stake; because if America is no longer champion of the free, who will be?<

"The free" are who? Those 300 fat parasites who possess more wealth than 155 000 000 hard-working Americans? The 1% that control and rule the country as if it were their fief ? The American plutocrats and their non-American counterparts that buy politicians to issue laws through them which will allow them to rip off the defenceless public more effectively than ever before ?

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