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To: Navy Patriot; marktwain
Russia, after over seventy years of the Egalitarian/Collectivism, which Obama is seeking for America, is in the process of waking up. Even the media, there, appears able to question fantasies, which are treated as sacrosanct by our mass media.

The immediate future looks very ugly, indeed, for us.

William Flax

6 posted on 12/22/2012 10:18:08 AM PST by Ohioan
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To: Ohioan
Russia, after over seventy years of the Egalitarian/Collectivism, which Obama is seeking for America, is in the process of waking up. Even the media, there, appears able to question fantasies, which are treated as sacrosanct by our mass media.

Accurate, concise, and observational. Nicely put.

Russia is the first to travel the long road back from Communism (Marxism). They are still on that road, albeit the remaining Commies and some of their Media are trying to turn around their progress. A charismatic authoritarian Nationalist leader is likely the only way to stay in the direction of moving away from Communism. We don't know yet if they will succeed or how far towards liberty they will travel, or if they can travel the full distance to Liberty and Justice for All, as opposed to Democracy and Law for all.

7 posted on 12/22/2012 11:00:28 AM PST by Navy Patriot (Join the Democrats, it's not Fascism when WE do it, and the Constitution and law mean what WE say.)
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To: Ohioan
Russia, after over seventy years of the Egalitarian/Collectivism, which Obama is seeking for America, is in the process of waking up

While we are in the process of being 'put to sleep'.

10 posted on 12/22/2012 11:12:35 AM PST by null and void (Going Galt: The won't of the people)
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