Wednesday, February 24, 2010


The Joe Stacks are rising up against unresponsive government
By Paul Craig Roberts
Online Journal Contributing Writer
Feb 24, 2010, 00:34

The latest Rasmussen Poll indicates that 79% of Americans are convinced that “their” government is totally unresponsive to them, their concerns, and their needs

the gap “may be as big today as the gap between the colonies and England during the 18th century.”

Joseph Stack was sane. Like Palestinians. A suicide attack was the only weapon left to him

“Terrorist” is a term the government reserves for Muslims Israel does to Palestinians and the U.S. government does to Muslim countries

But Stack experienced the same frustrations and emotions as Muslims who can’t take it any longer and strap on a suicide vest.

Terry Hoskins bulldozed his house rather than allow a bank to foreclose on it. online survey, 79 percent of respondents agreed with Hoskins’ action
turning point

The cause of poll, federal government’s bailout of the investment banks. Now a former head of the most culpable bank is campaigning to cut Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid benefits in order to pay for the bailout

President Obama has obliged him by creating a “deficit commission.”

The “deficit commission” will be used to gut Social Security, just as the private insurance health plan is paid for by cutting $500 billion out of Medicare.

It could not be more clear that government represents the interest groups that finance the election campaigns.

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