Friday, November 05, 2010

Business As Usual

Election Over, Neocon Republicans Talk War

"It is time to get down to business now that Republicans are flush with victory. You’d think that business would be dismantling Obamacare or moving to outlaw the Federal Reserve. For establishment Republicans and their neocon buddies, however, the first item on the agenda is to make sure the war agenda moves forward.
Hours after the Republicans realized their historic victory, U.S. Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon, who is the top Republican on the House Armed Services Committee, wasted little time revealing the “broad vision for national defense policy that emphasizes winning the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq while also investing in the capabilities and force structure necessary to protect the United States from threats of tomorrow,” according to The Santa Clarita Valley Signal.
McKeon was elected as Ranking Member of the House Armed Services Committee in 2009 and is looking for the chairmanship of the committee for the 112th Congress. The United States House Committee on Armed Services is responsible for funding and oversight of the Department of Defense and the United States armed forces.

McKeon and the neocon Republicans want to sock your kids and grand kids into the misery of eternal debt in order to pay for the invasions of small backwater countries where there are recalcitrant Muslims who have problems with international banksters and world government organizations running every minute detail of their lives."

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Anonymous greencrow said...

Hi Nolo:

Thanks for your posts on the recent US "election". The numbers I'm looking for are the numbers of voters who stayed away from the polling stations. In times like these, the refusal to endorse the tweedledums and tweedledees is a revolutionary act.


5/11/10 7:09 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

It's the only real choice we have. There isn't even the ability to check "none of the above", except in Nevada I think.

6/11/10 4:35 PM  

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