Did you read that 20 or so Americans were killed when a suicide bomber blew up a "bus" in Kabul October 29? This monstrosity that looks like something out of Apartheid South Africa was actually what they were riding in. Don't forget that fuel in Afghanistan is costing our military (taxpayers) between $400 and $800 per gallon. What do you suppose the fuel economy of a Rhino is?
Can you imagine what one of these things costs? And we are told that we have no money for pensions or health care or highways or schools here in the U.S.? The crazy war spending is not even mentioned while our elected "representatives" like Senator Max Baucus put Social Security and Medicare on the chopping block! We need millions of people to flood the streets. Join the Occupy movement and support it any way you can!
By Rory O'Connor and Richard Bell
March 16, 2011
George Orwell argued that controlling language offered the ultimate tool for getting people to accept the unacceptable – such as the catastrophic risks of operating nuclear power plants.
In Orwell’s “1984,” each new edition of the Newspeak dictionary had fewer words than the previous one, making it harder and harder even to think a thought that might challenge Big Brother.
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