Friday, October 22, 2010


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  • 1. Can you be against Big Government and not press for reductions in the vast military budgets,
  • 2. Can you believe in the free market and not condemn hundreds of billions of dollars of corporate welfare-bailouts, subsidies, handouts, and giveaways?
  • 3. Can you want to preserve the legitimate sovereignty of our country and not reject the trade agreements known as NAFTA and GATT
  • 4. Can you be for law and order and not support a bigger and faster crackdown on the corporate crime wave for every dollar for prosecution, seventeen to twenty dollars are returned.
  • 5. Can you be against invasions of privacy by government and business without rejecting the provisions of the Patriot Act that leave you defenseless to constant unlawful snooping,
  • 6. Can you be against regulation of serious medical malpractice, unsafe drugs, contaminated food from China, Mexico and domestic processors?
  • 7. Can you keep calling for Freedom and yet tolerate control of your credit and other economic rights by hidden and arbitrary credit ratings and credit scores?
  • 8. Can you be for a new, clean system of politics and elections and still accept the Republican and Democratic Two Party dictatorship that is propped up by complex state laws
  • 9. If you want a return to our Constitution—its principles of limited and separation of power and its emphasis on “We the People” in its preamble—can you still support Washington’s wars that have not been declared or giving corporations equal rights with humans
  • 10. You want less taxation and lower deficits. How can you succeed unless you stop big corporations from escaping their fair share of taxes by manipulating foreign jurisdictions against our tax laws,

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