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  •  This reminds me of the kinds of conspiracy (0+ / 0-)

    rumors that were flying around about Bush during his reign.

    Shows you how fucked up politics are when both sides of the political spectrum fear that our government at any moment under any leadership will go all junta on our asses.

    It's like a positive feedback loop; people fear the government, government starts to fear the people, people fear the government more, government fears the people more. Which leads me to think - "I don't like where this is heading."

    Of course, I lay blame completely on the right-wing and their tactics for initiating this mess, and it's particularly worrying that republican politicians tend to stoke up the paranoia solely for the sake of political expediency.

    Or is that all they are doing, trying to get elected?. If not, or if there is any doubt, it would seem to beg a little probing: Do right-wing political figures and their militant civilian (or otherwise) followers really want to start killing people on the left in what could only be defined as the outbreak of a civil war?

    If asked and they answered in a laughing, mocking tone, "No", then is it all just about the money and none think it will actually come to bloodshed? Or, at least, no more than a random mass shooting or ten?

    I mean, what kind of sick people play at such a game, and, what the hell are they saying behind closed doors? That's the real question.

    Ye-haw! Fun times in America.

    Physics is bulls**t. Don't let them fool you. Fire IS magic.
    (Facts brought to you by the Party of the Future - the GOP)

    by Pescadero Bill on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 10:59:10 AM PDT

    •  Correct me as I am sincere when I ask you to do (0+ / 0-)

      so as sometimes my memory fails me. But I do not remember conspiracy theories about Bush being this extreme, were they? Other than truthers , I do not recall it being this extreme.  Yes there were those who believed Bush would not allow an election and refuse to leave the White House 4 years ago; but I do not recall conspiracy theories any close to these stated here.

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      by wishingwell on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 02:04:03 PM PDT

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