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  • pennelopechase pennelopechase Oct 31, 2013 2:04 AM Flag

    DIA IS "BUBBLEISHES" !!!

    DIA IS "BUBBLEISHES" !!!

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    • This entire Congress is sitting on a bubble. These men think they and their legacies will be insulated, new laws will be wrtitten, old men will be dragged to prision, accounts will be seized, payments will stop, lists that are already formulated will have names scratched off one by one, the new world order will established, bankers and their clans man will no longer rule, the 105th thru 113th Congress will be named as the most corrupt CONGRESS in US History? Obamacare will be repealed,Corporations stripped of grandfather clauses,lobbyists shackled,the US Citizen LIBERATED!! Perhaps parts of the world will be again ruled under the US IMPERIAL FLAG? Those these old man have become indebted to, we shall take over who ever we can? Those who come knocking on the door to collect, let them collect and we will have these legacies of the corrupt political parties pay for what they have anchored us with?

      The bubble breaks, the levy will break, will this current financial terrorists called Wall St and corrupt nepotism of a CONGRESS survive? Will the institutions placed to safegaurd the Constitution and US Citizen finally figure out what side they should be on or wiill they become vicitims of the US Citizens rage or continue to be puppets of an establishment that is destroying their, our America one day at a time? Lines are being drawn?

      Please share such topics of conversation at the dinner table.

      Mr. President please nail this to the doors of Congress.

 
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