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Date registered: Aug 2005
Vehicle: 1988 560 SEL
Location: LAKE CHARLES,LA
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RE: Question-How to escape the U.S.A.? SERIOUSLY!!
Don't get me wrong, I love my country. Just because someone wants to leave dosen't make them anti-anything. I'll leave the changing up to you. The system is FUBAR and it's too late to change anything. Why can't people here just face facts. We are not a free country. Everyday of our lives we are surrounded by greed, corruption, big business running everything, and such. I do realize there is corruption everywhere. Why is it never spoken of here, besides calling it "ethics". We never hear the word corruption. Our country is run by business, lobbyists, and other large concerns. It is not run by the people, and hasn't been in quite some time. They always talk about cuts, base closures, shortfalls. With all these "cuts", they still always manage to give the wealthy 5% of the population tax relief. It also dosen't seem very logical to close military bases in the middle of a war. Thats what happens when a corrupt President hires his old coke-head buddies (also corrupt) to help him run stuff. I cannot understand why working men and women can possibly be Republican. Do these people really know anything? It's also an American thing to rule by fear. Watch any news channel, within about 10 minutes you will see something horrible, or some new "threat". Its all a form of control. Hitler mastered this art. We are quickly becoming a pariah because of this plutocracy.
The Democrats are not innocent in any of this. They are an oppisition that dosent have the will, or the leadership to actually oppose anything. Time for those wieners to grow some balls.
I'm sure I will piss off some people, oh well. I also do realize that this is a Mercedes-Benz forum, and many of you are wealthy. But no matter how rich you are, you cannot honestly deny that the smaller guy gets stepped on all the time. Before you get nuts on me, think of how many rich kids are fighting in this "war", compared to working class families. I was there myself last year, and it was terrible.
ABOUT CHANGE-What happened to that revolutionary spririt once had in the 1770's. Now the people are so jaded about everything, that they feel they can't change things. This is because they can't.