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This country needs more viable political parties

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Republicans and Democrats... nothing else viable... the voters need more choices.

There exists a need for a working class party, one that looks out for the average American family that represents most constituents in the country.

There exists a need for a common sense party that understands the bad math behind NAFTA and the WTO. One that worries about domestic issues over foreign affairs.

There exists a need for a moderate party to balance out the extreme conservatism of the republicans and the extreme liberalism of the democrats.

There exists a need for a party of public servants that actually represent the people that they are supposed to be serving...

until that day that will probably never come, you need to actively participate in how the government is running (and ruining) your life... write frequently to your representatives and remind them that they are there to represent US, not their own agendas. I can't imagine one U.S. worker that would have voted for NAFTA... or the Patriot(?) act as written.

America is slowly becoming a corporate state, one where our freedoms are being eroded by our own government... one where it is looked down upon to question the decisions of the current administration. This is not the America I want for my children...

here's a simple example...

IRAQ... Has No WMD's, Has oil... bush invades...

North Korea... HAS WMD's, made it known they would use them against the U.S. (low tech ICBMs that can hit coastal California population centers), Has no oil... bush does nothing...

Glad I am not living in California...

Entry #51

Comments

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Comment by Babel - October 11, 2004, 1:15 am
I was reading today that the middle class tax cut bill the president signed this last week (and there is nothing the Republicans do better then name things) will grant 2/3rds of it's cuts to the highest 20% income bracket. Households in the middle 20% of the income scale will get only 9 percent of the tax cuts and will receive an average tax cut of just $162 while households in the $200,000 to $500,000 income range will get an average tax cut of $2,390. An odd result for a "middle-class" tax-cut bill.
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LOTTOMIKEComment by LOTTOMIKE - October 20, 2004, 5:06 am
bush was very very ignorant going to war with iraq when they are not the real enemy north korea is,another thing is bush doesn't give any of the people who don't make much money any chance to get ahead,i wish i could tell bush one thing a lot of people would love to tell him...they'd tell him....."go to hell" and take his precious oil with him,i don't see how anybody could vote for bush after what he has done to the american people..........
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LOTTOMIKEComment by LOTTOMIKE - October 20, 2004, 5:15 am
i'm sure a lot of pro-bush people that read this will hate me now,we all have opinions,i just think that he is not looking out for america but for himself,the only reason he invaded iraq was so he,chaney and haliburton could make millions and steal oil from iraq,north korea has missles pointed at california that could have the potential to hit here and he has ignored it totally not to mention not helping out people who are barely making enough to get by.......
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hypersoniqComment by hypersoniq - October 23, 2004, 11:26 pm
Also,the search for bin laden is still focused in Afghanistan, not in pakistan too much. Pakistan and India have nukes aimed at eachother.
There are too many small countries with old soviet nukes... Too many hotheads with their fingers on their own red buttons.
It only takes one to potentially start the ball rolling, "use 'em or lose 'em" was probably not forgotten from the cold war.

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