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Re: “The NAACP condemns Tea Party, ignores Godwin's Law

It is time for a change. It was time for a change and the change needed to be a younger, black junior politician that appeared to have ties to the impoverished , to the lower income hopeful people who would easily buy into his skills as an orator and not see that he was destined to fail. Fail he will. The professional politician and their special interest handlers hope this failure will swing the vote back to the professional politician. Tea Party and new abolistionist groups will profess the failure to be a direct result of the professional politicians sabotage.
America is complex, thus making it easy to say that the solutions are complex. They are not. It is time to reinstate regulations. Insurance, Hospitalization, the drug industry, The automotive industry, their trade unions, billions spent on commercial advertising at the cost of the working class dollar. How about the overlooked retired persons pensions, do I pay for food or the medicine that I need to live.
Close the borders. Foreign trade and immigration are as much of a threat to the american worker as terrorists are to our way of life. Foregin interterests are a greater cost and higher risk than investing in America has ever been. Tax reform a fair and equal percentage accross the board without loop holes.

The NAACP is just another "union", a "special interest group"out to get what can be gotten and asserting influence where it can for its own "special interests". Like trade unions there once was a time and need for organizations like the NAACP and UAW, but those times are well past. Such organizations "special interests" are now a cancer on our society and a burden to the common people and their tax dollar.
Let the sleeping Giant turn to tend its own back yard and use its power and money to take down the "America For Sale" signs, take back our country and put our people back to work, proudly building American.

Posted by ECharles on July 14, 2010 at 12:10 PM
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