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    the concentration of wealth and the outsourcing of the real economy....   Generations of politicians dealing with poverty and unemployment by scapegoating, not by funding jobs programs and other stimulous.... which of course does implicate all those men (and women) in suburbia voting for those jerks, and the best we can say in their defense is that they don't really know what the hell it is they're voting for.

    But a man like Ryan does earn the "distinction" of being a special kind of problem:  a vile power-luster with a big megaphone and not a clue about honesty, community, responsibility, or empathy.  Fortunately, he's too far removed from reality to go far, except in Republican primaries.

    I think.

    --------------------- “These are troubling times. Corporation are treated like people. People are treated like things. …And if we ever needed to vote, we sure do need to vote now.” -- Rev. Dr. William J. Barber

    by Fiona West on Wed Mar 12, 2014 at 09:48:15 AM PDT

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