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What do you think of the guy's message? True or False?
12:42 pm on Wednesday, April 25, 2012
I just watched this video for the first time and it has left me speechless... it's provocative and makes me question everything I've ever heard more then I usually do. How do we know who to believe or what to listen to?
12:08 pm on Thursday, April 26, 2012
it's simple. Believe in yourself. Be responsible for yourself. Where possible, share yourself. Anything or anyone who makes these three things harder or impossible is not your friend, not your neighbor and not deserving of your sharing.
12:12 pm on Sunday, April 29, 2012
As the author suggested, "If I wanted America to fail I would not change a thing," It is time for the average citizen to become active in local, state and federal politics. It is time that the average citizen support efforts that return control to the average citizen. It is time for the average citizen to wake up and realize that to simply stand by and accept the rhetoric without question only turns us into mindless sheep led to slaughter. It is time that the average citizen demand less intrusion upon our lives by government and special interest groups. It is time for a national resurgence of personal accountability, personal responsibility; a renewal of self reliance. Less government intursion more freedom.
12:21 pm on Sunday, April 29, 2012
agree, agree, agree
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