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  •  you work under the false context (none)
    that america still exists. a country has boarders..america had elections justice...etc. etc. erc.....number 1. know where you are .you live in a corp. state that wants to rule a corp. would know this if your u.s. gov wasent boughtalong with the media...4th estate...overthrown you ask maybe you should have asked me when i was in 1st grade being taught to worship america then you would have gotten a more  cuddely reply.default on treasuries you ask .....not in america...know where you are.
    •  um ? (none)
      what are you talking about ? The U.S. still exists, has laws etc, and is not going to collapse in our lifetime. This has nothing to do with worshipping anything.
      •  what took down the u.s.s.r. (none)
        debt. from the cold war.we dont even hold our own debt..have you bought any war bonds china has.laws the only laws our gov. has passed  this year favor corp.s  and the rich.minor lawsare only to insure social stabelity  to insure the fuel  ..labor..   flows freely to corp. in something is a form of may still look like a egg but it has almost all the food sucked out of it .the sheel is very important to maintain people must have faith otherwise social stabelity breaks down.......peace.......
      •  Constitution is shredded- where is Jose Padilla? (4.00)
        The rule of law ended on Dec. 12, 2000 when a right wing cabal installed their preferred candidate.

        If the "US laws still exist" why is a US citizen held in jail with no charges for three years?  Because some drooling idiot says that he is an "enemy combatant"?  

        I have read the US Constitution completely, and no where does it mention the drooling idiot Bush can decide who is stuck in prison with no charges, no lawyer, and no hope of getting out until the Bush idiot decides it is time.

        Of course the Bushies will soon track us down on the internets and lock us up for incendiary speech.

      •  is not going to collapse in our lifetime (none)
        the country that would have paid my grandfather's military pension for WW1, viewed in 1910, looked entirely solid, and had been in business for much longer than the United States. They did not last beyond 1918.

        The political world changes, and not always slowly or expectedly.

        The United States has one of the oldest continuing governments in the world.  That does not suggest we are due for change, but unless you believe in American particularism, a defensible position, on the average we will not last as much futurewards as we have pastwards.

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