Bizarre, indeed

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Submitted by Mark (Canada), Oct 9, 2012 18:45

It's quite bizarre to hear a presidential candidate say he trusts the government less than private corporations. Such a leader would probably make for a bad president in his lack of confidence in the system. I mean, if he doesn't trust government, why is he a politician? If you have politicians cutting taxes and pushing for smaller government, then you have the government being compromised in its ability to work in the interests of citizens. Democracy then, becomes pointless, when the government's ability to work in the interests of people is compromised. The corporations take over.

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What a load of neo-con trash. This article is pathetic. [10 words]Thinking AmericansOct 9, 2012 19:03
⇒ Bizarre, indeed [96 words]MarkOct 9, 2012 18:45
Plato, not [103 words]John GillisOct 4, 2012 17:38
Romney was right [106 words]richard40Oct 4, 2012 15:47
Don't sell Romney short [168 words]DavidOct 4, 2012 11:20
Yes but... [152 words]Dubious bloggOct 4, 2012 07:07
still welfare promo [36 words]egoistOct 4, 2012 06:29
Oh dont ruin it Ira! [13 words]Tingles MatthewsOct 4, 2012 01:19
Leggo my Plato [40 words]Ron ColemanOct 4, 2012 00:43
Premise Checks [24 words]Billy BeckOct 4, 2012 00:32
The insidious power of repetition [117 words]dennymackOct 4, 2012 00:19
Maybe? [10 words]LLOct 4, 2012 00:15
Your first sentance captures the substance of the political discussion today. [39 words]LyleOct 3, 2012 23:48
@Lyle - choice [95 words]Dubious BloggOct 4, 2012 09:17

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