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Connie Wrote: Hillary selected Kaine, a corporatist, for her running mate.
Gee golly-- you love that word, but I'm not sure you understand what a corporatist is. For starters, it's not an actual word.
I assume you are talking about someone who believes in corporatism. And Senator Tim Kaine has never once claimed that he subscribed to corporatism, but that doesn't seem to matter to you.
Connie Wrote: Anyone who supports deregulation of Wall Street, offshore oil drilling and staying involved in insane religious war all over the planet is also supporting vulture capitalism, the destruction of the environment and is working for the Military Industrial Complex.
Senator Kaine has never once said he supports deregulating Wall Street.
Off shore drilling is something that states which have a coast have been discussing for quite some time. Senator Kaine has long advocated to get rid of the tax subsidies for big oiil companies and for massive investments into renewable energy. He also understands that oil is the fuel that drives our entire economy at this point in time and that it's a hell of a lot cheaper to get our oil a few hundred yards off our shores instead of the politically unstable Middle East.
I never knew he loved religious wars and supported vulture capitalism. I also never knew that he favored the destruction of the environment and was getting a paycheck from the military industrial complex. Thank you so, so much for making us aware of that...
Connie Wrote: If the Democratic Platform opposes these insane religious wars, demands that fracking is outlawed, demands the total reform of Wall Street, the U.S. Government, legal, election and tax systems then the people have their party back and if they do not then it will remain a Corporatist Party.
Wowsers. That is one hell of a list of demands.
What in the world do you mean when you call for a total reform of the U.S. Government, legal, election and tax systems?
That sounds like revolution to me. It is fine if you want one, but I hope you understand that there's no such thing as a nonviolent revolution and that there are over 300 million guns floating around in this country. Oh--and the vast majority of gun owners don't agree with a word you have to say. Good luck!