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Re: “Coffee, Anyone?

The problem in this country isn't "left" or "right". It's the fact that the top 1% are rapidly acquiring all the wealth for themselves, and in doing so they are turning the middle class into the new poor. And the means the 1% have been able to do this by is DEREGULATION of the banking and financial sectors. I am a Progressive who agrees with many of Ron Paul's points: we should end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we should (seriously) audit the Fed. However I am not a Ron Paul supporter because he supports continuing laissez-faire business practices and deregulation of those practices, when that's exactly what got us into the trouble we're in now. But the most important thing in my opinion is for the left and right to stop slinging insults at each other and start to realize that we all want the same things: freedom from debt for future generations, healthy families, safe neighborhoods, clean drinking water, JOBS. Our similarities are stronger than our differences, so let's talk (not fight) about our differences, and maybe we can get this country rolling again.

Posted by sean_s on 03/20/2010 at 8:40 AM


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