laliberty:

Dronestream: Every US drone strike

Please watch this. And while watching, keep in mind that Obama is a Nobel Peace prize recipient.

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classical-liberal:

The National Debt Road Trip.

The National Debt visualized as a road trip from New York City to Los Angeles. 

I find it sad that the American media is more concerned with who legally owns and registers their guns than they are with how our government illegally targets, detains and kill humans.

- Sha


eltigrechico:

bet money

We’ve had the same President for over 100 years! 

eltigrechico:

bet money

We’ve had the same President for over 100 years! 

amagi-nation:

Petition to ban guns from government…

"I think that the only people we should trust with guns are government trained 19 years olds that we send over seas to kill other 19 year olds because we need guns for protection from terrorists but private citizens don’t need guns."

herp derp herp derp. 

11 Steps To Fascism
1. The “War on Terror" or the simple act of creating a fear driven society around the idea of "terrorism". 
2. Guantanamo and many, many other secret prisons all around the world. 
3. Drone warfare.
4. NSA, TSA, Drones, FBI and CIA warrant-less wire taps.
5. False Flag attacks: FBI and DHS setting up OWS and Anti-Fed “terrorists” 
6. NDAA, PATRIOT Act, AUMF, etc. 
7. The vilification of the 1%ers, Libertarians, Muslims, Business Owners and many others.
8. Amber Lyon: Government paid off the media
9. Obama’s war on whistleblowers like Bradly Manning, Thomas Drake, Julian Assange and many, many more. 
10. Suspension of Due Process. Also anything related to United States AG, Eric Holder. 
11. Obama’s call for an Assault Weapons Ban
It’s really hard to argue the fact that were not just standing at the door of fascism, but we are sitting inside her house, eating her tainted pie. 
@Suga_Shane

11 Steps To Fascism

1. The “War on Terror" or the simple act of creating a fear driven society around the idea of "terrorism". 

2. Guantanamo and many, many other secret prisons all around the world

3. Drone warfare.

4. NSA, TSA, Drones, FBI and CIA warrant-less wire taps.

5. False Flag attacks: FBI and DHS setting up OWS and Anti-Fed “terrorists” 

6. NDAA, PATRIOT Act, AUMF, etc. 

7. The vilification of the 1%ers, Libertarians, Muslims, Business Owners and many others.

8. Amber Lyon: Government paid off the media

9. Obama’s war on whistleblowers like Bradly Manning, Thomas Drake, Julian Assange and many, many more. 

10. Suspension of Due Process. Also anything related to United States AG, Eric Holder

11. Obama’s call for an Assault Weapons Ban

It’s really hard to argue the fact that were not just standing at the door of fascism, but we are sitting inside her house, eating her tainted pie. 

@Suga_Shane

antigovernmentextremist:

Watch what happens when S.E. Cupp acknowledges that Obama’s foreign policy is identical to George W. Bush’s on Bill Maher’s show.

This is like watching idiots argue over who’s shit tastes better. 

I pretty much can’t stand any of these idiots. 

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solitarysocialist:

plot twist: a confused george bush wins the election

"Ahhh! Com’on dad! Not this again. I just wanna hang at the ranch and drink ma beers. I don’t wanna be prez again. Can’t you make Jeb do it or somethin?"

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antigovernmentextremist:

shortformblog:

Fair and Balanced: Here’s a handwritten note, circa-2005, wherein the president of Fox News writes to a Bush administration official—on Fox News stationary—and offers to “help off the record” if needed. The administration official in question was Condoleezza Rice, then-Secretary of State; Rice replied with a generic form letter. The note was obtained by Gawker’s John Cook, who wrote: “Please just imagine for a moment how Fox News would cover the publication of a private note from the editor of the New York Times to an Obama Administration official offering ‘help off the record.’” source

And let’s all just pretend that MSNBC hasn’t been pushing White House talking points on their channel.

Obama dubbed his 2012 campaign “Forward”, like a week later msNBC changed their slogan to “Lean Forward”…

antigovernmentextremist:

shortformblog:

Fair and Balanced: Here’s a handwritten note, circa-2005, wherein the president of Fox News writes to a Bush administration official—on Fox News stationary—and offers to “help off the record” if needed. The administration official in question was Condoleezza Rice, then-Secretary of State; Rice replied with a generic form letter. The note was obtained by Gawker’s John Cook, who wrote: “Please just imagine for a moment how Fox News would cover the publication of a private note from the editor of the New York Times to an Obama Administration official offering ‘help off the record.’” source

And let’s all just pretend that MSNBC hasn’t been pushing White House talking points on their channel.

Obama dubbed his 2012 campaign “Forward”, like a week later msNBC changed their slogan to “Lean Forward”…

Want to know how “terrorists” are created? 

We had 3 simultaneous attacks on US soil on 9/11 and we invaded 3 countries and spent 10 years bombing them. I can understand why we were angry and why we were vengeful and why so many Americans, very young Americans signed up with no questions asked and gave their lives to avenge those 3 attacks. 

Now imagine if those same attacks happen every day for not just the last decade but for the last 40 years. Killing men, women and children with no regard and no remorse. And then imagine if the same murderous men labeled you the enemy and called you names. What would you do? Would you stand their idle or would you join your fellow countrymen in conducting war in the only way you know how, with terror techniques?

This is the grave reality of our time. For all the youth of the world.

We have our own young heading to their graves in kevlar lined suits to kill the youth of other nations who only engage them because they themselves have been touched by the darkness of war. The cycle is never broken and the mayhem continues until no one knows why they fight or even who they fight. They only know that they must keep fighting or die. 

Whether you realize that all of this is a monetary war over how the precious commodity of oil is sold is a moot point. The proxy war between America and it’s allies, China &Russia and the Middle Eastern powers has been raging since the industrial revolution took on full swing and we had a hint of the notion that we might one day run out of oil. And it will continue until we either run out of oil, fix how we power the globe or change our economic theories that have created an ecosystem that will always solve issues with war.

This a perfect storm. The headwinds colliding. This is the result of the entire world adopting the Broken Window theory, fiat currency and the petrodollar. 

We can’t fix this. Not from our current point of reference. We must shift the paradigm. We have to step back and not just examine what we are doing and how we got here, we have to examine the road we are standing on and the car we are driving. 

Fiat currency doesn’t work.

Continuous war doesn’t work.

Perpetual debt doesn’t work.  

As Einstein once said, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”. 

@Suga_Shane

disobey:

dirtylittlecarnivore:

self-ownership:

antigovernmentextremist:

Just put this together.

This needs more. If I’m someone who isn’t educated on political issues and I see this image the first thing I’m going to think is, “Oh, cool. Here’s a bunch of college students who hate Obama and wish Bush was still in office.”
Tip: Don’t compare Obama’s regime to Bush’s because it doesn’t matter.

See guys!?! Obama issued 202 more drone strikes than Bush did in his entire 8 year term!

Yeah. So what? They both issued drone strikes. They’re both responsible for fucked up things as president. The comparison immediately detracts from the message you’re trying to send and people will more than likely stop paying attention
Instead, I would change the middle column to a series of quotes by Obama as he was campaigning during the primaries. This way you’re comparing the man against himself, not someone from the opposite party. Or at the very least, put a small message at the bottom of this picture. Something that may make people realize that the two parties aren’t very different from one another.

“Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong.” -Richard Armour


Beautiful

I agree. I would add two columns - one for Bush’s campaign statements, and one for Obama’s. We seem to have a short memory in forgetting that on the campaign trail, bush’s statements on foreign policy were not very different from Obama’s in 2008. It was Gore that sounded like a warmongering empire-builder. And perhaps even a third column with statements from Obama in office on his justifications for these acts. The more unfortunate part of this is Obama has acted in such a way which goes far beyond the military industrial and homeland security policies of the Bush administration. Perhaps that is yet another reason why this chart doesn’t necessarily do a very good job of getting across the message that these acts are wrong no matter which party commits them, but gets at the issue of how voting changes nothing.
Bush, Obama, Romney. Same game plan, different face. 

disobey:

dirtylittlecarnivore:

self-ownership:

antigovernmentextremist:

Just put this together.

This needs more. If I’m someone who isn’t educated on political issues and I see this image the first thing I’m going to think is, “Oh, cool. Here’s a bunch of college students who hate Obama and wish Bush was still in office.”

Tip: Don’t compare Obama’s regime to Bush’s because it doesn’t matter.

See guys!?! Obama issued 202 more drone strikes than Bush did in his entire 8 year term!

Yeah. So what? They both issued drone strikes. They’re both responsible for fucked up things as president. The comparison immediately detracts from the message you’re trying to send and people will more than likely stop paying attention

Instead, I would change the middle column to a series of quotes by Obama as he was campaigning during the primaries. This way you’re comparing the man against himself, not someone from the opposite party. Or at the very least, put a small message at the bottom of this picture. Something that may make people realize that the two parties aren’t very different from one another.

“Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong.” -Richard Armour


Beautiful

I agree. I would add two columns - one for Bush’s campaign statements, and one for Obama’s. We seem to have a short memory in forgetting that on the campaign trail, bush’s statements on foreign policy were not very different from Obama’s in 2008. It was Gore that sounded like a warmongering empire-builder. And perhaps even a third column with statements from Obama in office on his justifications for these acts. The more unfortunate part of this is Obama has acted in such a way which goes far beyond the military industrial and homeland security policies of the Bush administration. Perhaps that is yet another reason why this chart doesn’t necessarily do a very good job of getting across the message that these acts are wrong no matter which party commits them, but gets at the issue of how voting changes nothing.

Bush, Obama, Romney. Same game plan, different face. 

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