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    Eric Nelson, Oaktown Girl

    offering your insights.  Unfortunately these politicians have one mask they wear in election years and then take off once elected, showing their true loyalties and pursuit of continued power of the office.  Today corporations provide the money to accomplish that, and corporations are for everything corporate and against everything else that helps the masses.  Unless there is money to be made, they "suggest" to those lawmakers they support to vote against Medicare, Healthcare Acts, Social Security existence, unemployment, etc.

    We see it all around us but too many are purposely distracted by their day to day existence to pay close attention to specific acts committed.  They have time to watch TV, listen to the radio or read the paper - all corporate controlled now espousing wonderful, caring advertising for these monsters.  Just look at Wal-Mart's advertising and compare it to what we know they are actually all about.  Good example...and Wal-Mart has been involved for years in using prison labor - Google Martori Farms, or Wal-Mart distribution center in Wisconsin + inmate labor.

    "Inmates should be reformed - not recycled"

    by Bob Sloan on Mon Jan 28, 2013 at 08:23:03 AM PST

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