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What are Our Alternatives to the Corporate Controlled Political Parties? By Timothy V. Gatto (via Dandelion Salad)

I could care less who is in Congress at the end of this election. The Republicans are no different than the Democrats. The Democrats have done nothing to restore our civil liberties by rescinding the invasive “Patriot Act” (the U.S. Enabling Laws similar to Nazi Germany) the Military Commissions Act or The John Warner Defense Bill that scrubbed the longstanding “Posse Comitatus” that refuted the use of Federal troops for law enforcement or end these imperialistic wars for resources. If the Republicans control Congress, nothing much will change except the rhetoric you will hear from the White House. The truth is that the Democrats have ceased to be the party of the people and like the Republicans are the party that represents the multi-national corporate world that have no interest except to turn a profit. Maybe it’s time to take a fresh look at Democratic Socialism, maybe the Unions should look to the Socialists and start to reevaluate their allegiance to the Democrats who have done nothing but ravage the Unions. Maybe it’s time we all started to look at political power in a whole new way before we find ourselves incinerated or facing a nuclear winter because of the belligerent policies of Washington. We can become serfs or control our own destiny, this is the challenge.

By Timothy V. Gatto Featured Writer Dandelion Salad liberalpro.blogspot.com Oct. 14, 2010 Who is Barack Obama and how is he any different than George W. Bush? Tell me, why do so-called “Progressives” continue to support this man and his fascist policies? It is becoming increasingly clear that this President will do nothing to impede the corporate agenda of control over the Federal government that will become the cornerstone of worker repression t … Read More

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