Journal: America Is Fed Up: Two Wings, Same (Corrupt) Bird. ENOUGH!

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Gerald Celente on Financial Newshour Aug 21 2009

The Republicans and the Democrats are the same club , People have had it and won’t take it anymore

The people have had it and won’t take it anymore, people are losing everything , they are losing their homes , they have lost their jobs , they have lost their pension, they can see and smell a crook when they can see and smell them, and the crooks are in Washington and Wall street , people are not that stupid when we bailout banks and give them hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars and then they scheme of the top and gave themselves bonuses after losing billions, this is about The People have had it and won’t take it anymore….this is going to last and continue to build in momentum …the second American revolution has begun and the media is missing it  the first three shot have been fired, The Greatest depression is on hold for now , the democrats and republicans are the same club.

Phi Beta Iota:

This is the theme that is spreading across America.  It has always been understood by Ralph Nader and third party movements, but only recently, with the publication of the following books, has it taken hold:

Grand Illusion: The Myth of Voter Choice in a Two-Party Tyranny

2008 ELECTION 2008: Lipstick on the Pig

Running on Empty: How the Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About It (Paperback)

Declaring Independence: The Beginning of the End of the Two-Party System Declaring Independence: The Beginning of the End of the Two-Party System

There are many, many more books, most focusing on the positive that can be achieved oncee  we eliminate the two-party tyranny that sold out to the recipients of taxpayer funds rathet than honoring their Oaths of Office.  The coming together of Ron Paul and Ralph Nader to endorse the first book listed above should be followed soon by the coming together of Cynthia McKinney and Jackie Salit.  Independents now outnumber staunch Democrats and Republicans combined.