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Jill Stein - Town hall debate -TYT
Topic Started: Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM (684 Views)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWnX-sVdego&feature=youtu.be
Edited by _g R_, Oct 26 2016, 01:48 AM.
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Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM
Stein is still ahead of her time. Most of her ideas will be mainstream by 2024.
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[quote=Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM[/quote
Stein is still ahead of her time. Most of her ideas will be mainstream by 2024.
What's so frustrating to me is that everyone knows Hillary will be the next president, and most Americans still don't know who Dr Jill Stein is.
It's a mockery of our democracy. (what's left of it)
Edited by _g R_, Oct 26 2016, 12:21 PM.
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BUMP!
President Tulsi Gabbard / Jimmy Dore 2020.
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Oct 30 2016, 04:06 PM
BUMP!
Thanks my friend. :cheers:
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Oct 26 2016, 12:19 PM
George Aligator
[quote=Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM[/quote
Stein is still ahead of her time. Most of her ideas will be mainstream by 2024.
What's so frustrating to me is that everyone knows Hillary will be the next president, and most Americans still don't know who Dr Jill Stein is.
It's a mockery of our democracy. (what's left of it)
The first move of the Reagan Revolution was to rescind the Fairness Doctrine, FCC regulations which required radio and tv to give candidates for office equal time regardless of their ability to pay advertising charges. The public airwaves have since become private property for rent to the highest bidder and turned the news divisions into mere shills for one or the other of the Big Two.

In the old USSR and other Communist countries, you could not be a candidate for any elective office if you were not endorsed by the "the Party." Naturally, Americans regarded this as a terrible idea; however, we have adopted a similar restriction without complaint simply by changing "the Party" to "the Parties." Not really a helluva a lot of difference between the two.
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Nov 1 2016, 12:04 PM
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Oct 26 2016, 12:19 PM
George Aligator
[quote=Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM[/quote
Stein is still ahead of her time. Most of her ideas will be mainstream by 2024.
What's so frustrating to me is that everyone knows Hillary will be the next president, and most Americans still don't know who Dr Jill Stein is.
It's a mockery of our democracy. (what's left of it)
The first move of the Reagan Revolution was to rescind the Fairness Doctrine, FCC regulations which required radio and tv to give candidates for office equal time regardless of their ability to pay advertising charges. The public airwaves have since become private property for rent to the highest bidder and turned the news divisions into mere shills for one or the other of the Big Two.

In the old USSR and other Communist countries, you could not be a candidate for any elective office if you were not endorsed by the "the Party." Naturally, Americans regarded this as a terrible idea; however, we have adopted a similar restriction without complaint simply by changing "the Party" to "the Parties." Not really a helluva a lot of difference between the two.
Remarkable similarities.
One of the main differences would probably be
the unexpected popularity of Bernie Sanders in the primaries and another x factor is the rising importance of the social media role in
counteracting the controlled corporate media.
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The latest poll of early voters showed Clinton and Trump leading with Gary Johnson in third place with 8% and Jill Stein with 4%.
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Nov 1 2016, 01:16 PM
George Aligator
Nov 1 2016, 12:04 PM
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Oct 26 2016, 12:19 PM
George Aligator
[quote=Oct 26 2016, 01:45 AM[/quote
Stein is still ahead of her time. Most of her ideas will be mainstream by 2024.
What's so frustrating to me is that everyone knows Hillary will be the next president, and most Americans still don't know who Dr Jill Stein is.
It's a mockery of our democracy. (what's left of it)
The first move of the Reagan Revolution was to rescind the Fairness Doctrine, FCC regulations which required radio and tv to give candidates for office equal time regardless of their ability to pay advertising charges. The public airwaves have since become private property for rent to the highest bidder and turned the news divisions into mere shills for one or the other of the Big Two.

In the old USSR and other Communist countries, you could not be a candidate for any elective office if you were not endorsed by the "the Party." Naturally, Americans regarded this as a terrible idea; however, we have adopted a similar restriction without complaint simply by changing "the Party" to "the Parties." Not really a helluva a lot of difference between the two.
Remarkable similarities.
One of the main differences would probably be
the unexpected popularity of Bernie Sanders in the primaries and another x factor is the rising importance of the social media role in
counteracting the controlled corporate media.
Stein and Sanders were dangerous threats to the establishment because their ideas are actually so mainstream. Mainstream in the sense that a large plurality of voters agree with them when the polling is stripped of all the gossip and silliness and the ideas are presented in plain English.

Neither Clinton nor Trump can risk waging a campaign about ideas, that is, what the government actually ought to do about the problems we face. Therefore, both of them talk about sex and gossip and each other. Millions of voters watch the political ads and the Six O'Clock Snooze as ask themselves, "what does this have to do with my life?". The answer: nothing.
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There are Americans who would rather see an asteroid destroy the planet or world war 3 happen than vote for the 'other' candidate this year. And that would be a good joke if it wasn't actually true.
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