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The Greatest Threat to American Freedom

While our government is busy drumming up phoney wars, the better to pump our taxes and our lives into, the greatest threat to American freedom remains virtually unopposed.

It's not Iraq.

It's not Iran.

It's not even China.
"It's a sell out.

What happens today here, [at Delphi,] will happen to the rest of us.

They're all affiliated with the auto industry as a whole, organized labor as a whole, at all levels.

If you don't stand up and say something now, you're going to be next."

* * *

"If we lose American industry, we lose America.

If we don't have industry in America, we're not independent.

If we're not independent, then we're not free.

It's as simple as that."

* * *

"They're picking us off one at a time.
Delphi is just the beginning."
The greatest threat to American freedom is Corporate Greed.

There's not enough room for US and Corporate Greed in America.

It's one or the other.

There's no way around it.

Kennedy was right -
"a revolution is coming whether we will it or not. We can affect its character, we cannot alter its inevitability."
The only way out of this corporate quagmire is to UNITE.


At Sunday, October 01, 2006, Blogger Citisucks said...

Very well said. I would call it corporate terrorism.

And as Kennedy also said "those who make nonviolent revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable".


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