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Saturday, May 28, 2016

When The System Is Corrupt - OR - Stop Voting For Bozos

I want to share a video I found on YouTube.  It is titled "1968 With Tom Brokaw" click the title. Now watch the video and try to grasp a sense of the depravity of political leadership that turned a nation inside out on the basis of outright deception delivered to the American people as fact. The Pentagon Papers  (source Wikipedia) revealed the deception the government perpetrated on the American Public and the world. Now flash forward to Colin Powell's disgraceful dissimulation (source PBS FRONTLINE) at the United Nations which has had the result of turning the middle east into what you see today. 

You have to give the Bush Administration credit for this baby seeing's how it was entirely the product of deception at virtually every level from government to it's handmaiden, the mainstream corporate sponsored media.  Here is the "Mission Accomplished" speech by a President some say took media lessons from J. Fred Muggs. 

So there you have it.  People voted for Bozos and then complained about the outcome. Go figure.

The deception of the leaders who led America to offer up it's children to the wars since WW2 culminates for me in the period of the sixties. We look back and curse our leaders for their malfeasance, but yet nothing has been done to curtail the malfeasance of those directing our steps into the future right now.  Is it possible that leaders must always be liars? Is that kind of a scenario acceptable to you? Do you really like Bozos as leaders? Well stop voting for them or just stop pissin' and moanin'.

Today's generation can contemplate their own situation.  Come on brothers and sisters we've got to speak up and do better than this.  It hasn't gotten better in the intervening years. The liars and the means of deception have increased in expertise and have greatly integrated themselves into daily experience. It was a sneak attack on your consciousness. Think back to the lie (the Pentagon Papers)of the attack on a U.S. naval vessel which resulted in the outright death of 58,000 American youth.  The average age of a soldier in this war on the American side was just 19 years of age.  Many were forced against their will by the draft. It was a dangerous time to be young and male in America. If you were that age and working class and or a non-white male not in college you had a bulls-eye on your chest. Today unemployment has substituted for the draft. Now everyone suffers. A Bozo would explain it by saying everyone gets the opportunity to serve.

The tragedy is that some of the shame is on the voter for putting Bozos in the position of leadership. Americans seem to like to elect Bozos and then bitch about them.  It's kind of like political S&M that may be okay when the economy is good and people have jobs and homes. But it doesn't fly in todays world. 

In todays world the people have to take the bull by the balls with one hand and a castrating tool in the other and reset the proper order of authority in society.

We, hopefully, do that by voting.  Stop voting for Bozos.  Think about what the Bozos you have had to deal with have done. The only Presidents we've had (in my lifetime) that have not betrayed us are Kennedy and Carter.  They were not Bozos. We know how they were treated.  The rest have just clasped hands with the military industrial complex and kept the Doomsday Clock ticking.

For the good of all be sure the candidate of your choice is not a Bozo, or criminal, or both.  If you discover, before the election, the man or woman of your choice turns out to be a Bozo don't vote for that individual. Bozo's, especially those with political power, are nothing but trouble which usually translates practically to higher taxes in order to wage war in a small nation far away. It's been that way for the better part of the last 60 years anyway.  All but two of the Presidents in those years were Bozos and look around you at what has been accomplished.

Have a nice Memorial Day. It's raining today, but Pot is legal here so all is not lost. I can eat my watermelon in the rain.

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