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Best Presidental Quote EVER

Better than Nixon saying (as Vice President) "you won't have Dick Nixon around anymore" Of course he lied. Later he said "I am not a crook!" Again, he perjured. 53251

Spain responds with Police State violence used against anti austerity demonstrators

The bankers of Europe and the US are terrorizing entire countries in Europe, and nowhere more so than in Greece and Spain, where unemployment is already the current fate for 1/4 for the working population. Miners are in the forefront of the resistance against new government attacks against the standard of living of the Spanish people. Spain police, miners clash in Madrid protest. Also see a youtube video of the latest politce attacks on demonstrators...Fierce clashes in Madrid! Spanish police fire rubber bullets at miners protest! EXCLUSIVE VIDEO !!!

Spanish miners lead defense against the super rich’s demands for yet more ‘austerity’ for everybody else

We once had a militant miners union in the US, much of it centered in the West Virginia coal mining regions. That militancy is now gone and the state is now noted for its Democratic Party electorate opposing Barack Obama mainly because he is Black. However in Spain, the coal miners are still militant and are in the forefront of defending Spaniards from the repression of the 'austerity' agenda of the European and American super rich. Spain coal miners block roads in mass strike.

Spain- the leaden housing bubble now accused of sinking Eurozone economy

Another housing bubble and another huge bank bailout being demanded by the world's superrich! And the working people being asked to take the blame once again, tighten even further their belts, and 'cut back' from their already low standards of living. This time its Spain; last time it was Greece; and before that Iceland. The superrich once again say that if the common folk do not agree to their forced diet (austerity program), that things will get even more horrible for them! But with an unemployment rate already at 25% how much worse could it get for the average Spaniard? And who will the superrich come to take down next after they put their murderous programs in place in Spain? Spanish Banks Need $46 Billion, I.M.F. Says in Audit

Spain rises up against Big Business’s misery program for the common folk

Why can't Big Business deliver jobs to all of the people in Spain who need them? Why do they ask the common folk to suffer for their own corporate profit making? The people of Spain want to know why Big Business only has misery to deliver them. The People? See 100,000 march in Spain over austerity. Why aren't Americans asking the big businessmen the very same questions?

Banksters buying debt again, another bucket of bailout bait?

So one credit card (not debit, which is money you do have, but credit which for some reason is money you DON'T have, God they've screwed up the English language) offers a 5% cash rebate for up $300 a quarter (I think) in purchases. Or, $15 back. Which another card issuer, Chase, as in Salmon P Chase, the fellow on the non-circulating $1000 bill and Lincoln's Secretary of Treasury, but Chase is offering the same deal up to $1500 dollars, and points out that it's 5 times as much, you can get $75 back... on a much bigger credit card debt. As the RepubliCan't Party points out, as though it's the Poor being freeloaders, more than half of Americans don't make enough money to owe taxes. $20,000 a year for a family of four. So you go into debt for approximately a months wages + a few bux, and get $75 back. And some really steep fees for as long as you're paying that one debt off. And while they're screaming on FOX that the Poorer People are irresponsible and can't do math (yeah, right! Like FOX still believing that selling bonds for ten percent annually wouldn't double the

Argentine players lose to their bosses, New World Order is Old World Order

Team Argentina unfurled a banner before Saturday's match against Germany, against FIFA regulations, but it wasn't the one above which calls attention to the organization of grandmothers trying to lift the veil on Argentina's Disappeared, some of whose murderers still occupy high office. This picture was taken during an earlier practice session. Instead, before today's game, the Spanish-speaking Argentines were joined by their German-speaking adversaries to hold a sign in English: "SAY NO TO RACISM." It reached American and British viewers, but could the message have been more innocuous? 18391

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