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Does the government work for us and we work for the government what are Democrats and Republicans were to wings at the same bird of prey tonight.
What if elections don't matter.
What if elections were actually useful tools for social control.
What -- they just provided the populace with meaningless participation.
In a process that validates an establishment.
That never meaningfully change is what about establishment doesn't want to doesn't have the consent of the governed.
What -- the two party system was actually a mechanism used to limit so called public opinion.
What if there were more than two sides to every issue but the two parties wanted to -- -- went to a quarter one of their quarters where there's no such thing as public opinion.
Because every thinking person has opinions that are uniquely -- zone.
What -- what we call public opinion.
Was just a manufactured.
Narrative that makes it easier to convince people that if their views are different that there's something wrong with that.
Well there's something wrong with that.
One of the whole purpose of the democratic and Republican parties was not to expand voters' choices but to limit them.
What -- the widely perceived differences between the two parties was just an illusion.
One of the heart of the government policy remains the same matter who's in the White House one of the heart of government policy remains the same no matter what the people watch.
One of those want to differences between Democrat and Republican.
We're actually just minor disagreements.
What -- both parties just want power and are willing to have young people fight meaningless war is in order to enhance that power what of both parties continue to fight the war on drugs.
Just to give bureaucrats and cops.
Bigger budgets and more jobs.
What of government policies didn't change when government leaders did what if no matter who won an election.
Government stayed the same.
What of government was really -- revolving door for political hacks bent on exploiting the people once they're in charge.
What do both parties supported welfare war debt bailouts and big government.
What of the rhetoric that candidates displayed on the campaign trail was jumped after electoral victory.
What -- Barack Obama campaigned as an anti war pro civil liberties candidate.
And then -- senseless wars -- assaulting your rights that the constitution is supposed to protect.
What -- George W.
Bush campaigned on a platform of non intervention.
And small government.
And then -- -- foreign policy of muscular military intervention and a domestic policy a vast government borrowing and growth.
What Bill Clinton declared that the era of big government was over.
But actually just convince Republicans like Newt Gingrich but they can get what they want -- a big government so.
What do the Republicans won along with -- what -- Ronald Reagan spent six years running for president promising to shrink the government.
But then the government -- while he was in the White House.
What if not withstanding Reagan's ideas and cheerful as -- libertarian rhetoric.
It really was no Reagan revolution at all.
What of all this is happening again.
What if Rick Santorum is being embraced by voters who want small government.
Even though senator Santorum voted for the Patriot Act for an expansion of Medicare and for raising the debt ceiling by trillions of dollars.
What -- Mitt Romney is being embraced by voters who want anyone but Barack Obama.
But they don't realize that Mitt Romney might as well be Barack Obama on everything from -- to welfare.
What -- Ron Paul is being ignored by the media not because as it claims he's unappealing are un electable but because he doesn't fit.
Into the pre manufactured public opinion mold.
Used by the establishment to pigeonhole the electorate and create the so called narrative that drives media coverage of elections.
What -- the biggest difference between -- candidates was not substance but style what those stylistic differences -- package that substantive ones.
To reinforce the illusion of a difference between Democrats and Republicans.
-- -- want Mitt Romney wins and ends up continuing most of the same policies that Barack Obama promote.
What at Barack Obama's policies to -- merely extensions of those from George W.
-- of a government that manipulated us could be fired.
One of a government that -- the true and milling consent of the governed could be dismissed.
What if it were possible to have a real -- change.
What do we need Iran poll to preserve and protect our freedoms from the government.
If we can make elections matter again.
What if we could do something about this from New York defending freedom every night of the week.