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GUEST,Dreaded Guest BS: Taking Back the US from Neo-cons (161* d) RE: BS: Taking Back the US from Neo-cons 03 May 03

Conservatives are for smaller govt, liberals for more governmental control. Right? Hillary Clinton said a while back the increase in govt created by the 'need' for Homeland Security has been uncontrolled, and the answer to the exploding growth in govt is MORE govt to control it.

The Neo-Cons are not conservative. They have federalized the churches, federalized education by tying federal school money to national testing, federalized local police. The Republicans have INCREASED govt. The current Republicans are to the left of Marxists when it comes to governmental intrusion in lives, and Democrats like Hillary Clinton now want people to think they (the Democrats) are the solution to what the Republicans have done.

There is no difference at the national level between Dems and Reps. It is a phony paradigm designed to keep you powerless. Put ten years worth of work into switching the country back to 'Democrat', and what have you got? MORE govt in your life.

I'm afraid America is far beyond traditional 'fixes'. The Pentagon ratcheted up it's military dictatorship on Sept 11 (they began in 1963 by blowing off Kennedy's head), and today the man who held the NORAD jets on the ground 9-11 is in charge of NORTHCOM...look it up if you don't know what it is. Ralph Eberhart has the power of life and death over you. Spend ten years pointing out the phony 'differences' between the two major parties and insisting on an accounting for Sept 11. That would be a better use of time.

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