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13 January 2016

Facism or Freedom, it's not a Hard Decision




"If (we allow) the Republicans (to) win the presidency in 2016, they will also almost inevitably control both the Senate and the House of Representatives, giving them virtually unfettered command over the entire Federal government to go along with their domination of the great majority of the state governments. The Republican president could easily be in a position to appoint new justices to the Supreme Court for an unstoppable right-wing majority that would last for a generation to come. Bush v Gore, Citizens United, and Shelby County v Holder [the 2013 ruling that greatly weakened the 1965 Voting Rights Act] would be merely the prelude to tilting political and social power."

"(But when) the Democrats win the presidency in 2016, they will almost certainly take back the Senate and make gains in the House and the Democratic president will likely be able to appoint new justices to the Supreme Court that will eventually comprise a liberal majority."

"Between these two stark alternatives, there is no middle ground. In 2016, the country will become either one thing (God's Own Party Oligarchy) or the other (Democratic 'We, the People')."

     Taken from December 17 - 31, 2015 Rolling Stone, "The Turning Point" by Princeton historian Sean Wilentz.
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Bernie Sanders is the one person who can make the changes that need made in America if we are to fulfill our our potential. The other choice of immigration walls, religious persecution, & wage slavery is not something we can endure as a free people. It is time for the 99% to join together & take back our nation. This could be our last chance. Don't throw away our freedom in exchange for bigotry. It is not who we are.

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