I’m not voting for him and I hope you won’t either. Write in the candidate of your choice. Because, clearly, neither party is interested in nominating a candidate worthy of a vote.
Fuck all this.
Apparently things have to really hit rock bottom before enough people wake up. A lot of people have awakened! Obviously! And that’s fantastic! But the dead weight at the other end of the spectrum is still in deep sleep. Well, get ready, because the alarm’s about to go off and you can’t snooze it. 🙂 Go fuck yourself. You’ve held us back for far too long. Enough is enough.
Ready To Make A Big Difference In Ridding Our Corrupt Government Of Corporate Money Forever?? Sign our petition and help us start a Move to Amend affiliate in Jackson, Mississippi! 😀 Hello, fellow progressives! 🙂 You may remember my mentioning an organization called Move to Amend. I have worked with them in the past and continue to work with them in establishing a Move to Amend affiliate in Jackson, Mississippi. I'm writing this to you in hopes that some of you will be interested enough in this issue that you would consider signing the petition for the We the People Amendment and to assist in getting a local MTA affiliate started in Central Mississippi. You can read more information yourself at the links I'll provide at the end of this message but I will now give you a summary of what I'm talking about. Move to Amend is an organization that was started as a direct response to the US Supreme Court's decision on Citizens United, a verdict that allowed corporate money to flood our election system and influence our government at every level. Move to Amend suggests that the only way to permanently rid our system of government, our very democracy, of unelected influence by corporations and ultra-wealthy individuals is by passing a constitutional amendment. The We the People Amendment is the constitutional amendment that MTA is promoting and one that I am asking you to give your approval. A Princeton University study, for one, has shown very clearly that since at least 1970, the legislation and public policy that has been enacted by the governments of the United States of America deviate sharply from the will and sentiments of the people who live in the United States of America, its citizens, We the People. And it is We the People who have the rights guaranteed and enumerated in part by our Constitution and its amendments; it is not the corporations who have these rights. The We the People Amendment seeks to affirm this fact in our Constitution in order to put any doubt to rest and to allow our democracy to continue to develop, mature, and reach the state that our founding fathers hoped and intended it to. If you are interested in signing the petition and getting this going please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me so. Please also include your full name, e-mail address, postal address, and a good phone number and I will add you to our growing list. Also, I'm delighted to announce that we have partnered with Mississippi Rising Coalition in establishing MTA affiliates in both central Mississippi and the coast, and hopefully elsewhere! Thank you for reading!!! Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to discuss this with me directly. Peace, love, and progress, Ali
I’m f****** sick of hearing people talk about their strategies for voting the way that they do. F****** sick of it. That’s not what democracy is about. You look up how the candidates stand on the issues that you care about and then you vote for the candidates that reflect your values. That’s it! Doing anything else is just f****** things up even more. The truth is staring you in the face but you don’t even see it. When Donald Trump gets reelected you’ll get another chance to learn a lesson.
Massively illuminating and inspirational interview with Dennis Kucinich. 🙂 Very worthwhile listening to before casting your next vote.
This is a phenomenal presentation by Dr. Richard Wolff on the long-known, glaring flaws of our capitalist system, their dire implications, and, most importantly, humane, enlightened alternatives. This is must-read material for anyone who wants to have an informed perspective on capitalism, Marxism, democracy, freedom . . . pretty much anything, actually.
I <3 Richard Wolff.
MarketWatch: Sacha Baron Cohen doubles down on his sharp rebuke of top tech companies, even after Facebook calls him out.
That guy sure posts great stuff! 🙂👍