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When I find myself in times of trouble, The Firesign Theatre’s Chester Cadaver comes to me … speaking words of wisdom, “Sure, understanding today's complex world of the future is a little like having bees live in your head. But, there they are.

And those damn bees are noisy. With all the humming and the buzzing, it’s hard to get a thought in edgewise. And if you think about it for a moment or two … if you can think about it through all that noise … you might realize that’s the bees’ job. To keep you from thinking at all.

When I was a kid I was deathly afraid of atomic bombs. I had seen newsreels of Hiroshima after the blast and knew “Duck and Cover” wouldn’t keep me from being turned into radioactive charcoal when The Commies dropped The Big One. The Cuban Missile Crisis made home fallout shelters the talk of radio, TV, magazines, and newspapers. I didn’t know my dad had a fatalistic side to him until I asked if he was going to get a shelter for us and he said, “No. If they drop the bomb we’re all going to die anyway.” Soon after, I read that the hydrogen, or H-Bomb, was thousands of times more powerful than the bombs we dropped on Japan. I remained fearful of thermonuclear war until 1980. Then I discovered something more powerful than all the nuclear weapons in the world. I was no longer afraid of bombs. I was terrified of television.

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Day in the Life of Joe Middle-Class Republican

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Joe gets up at 6:00am to prepare his morning coffee. He fills his pot full of good clean drinking water because some liberal fought for minimum water quality standards. He takes his daily medication with his first swallow of coffee. His medications are safe to take because some liberal fought to insure their safety and work as advertised.

All but $10.00 of his medications are paid for by his employers medical plan because some liberal union workers fought their employers for paid medical insurance, now Joe gets it too. He prepares his morning breakfast, bacon and eggs this day. Joe’s bacon is safe to eat because some liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.

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Massachusetts Already Has Romney/Obama Care. Massachusetts Physicians Prefer Single-Payer

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by Jerry Polilcoff,  Research Committe Chair and original Board member of Healthcare4ALLPA

Earlier today, Dr. Walter Trou referred to a survey of Massachusetts physicians where 34% supported moving to a single-payer system. Dr. Trou , a former Philadelphia Health Commissioner, also is a board member of Healthcare4AllPA and Physicians for a National Health Plan (PNHP).

I found the study that was conducted in 2010,  as well as the 2011 study that is now out.

The survey is in a pdf format that does not permit copying (you can print it or down load it though).  I’ve summarized the findings that are of value to single-payer advocates, and they are attached.  The url for both the 2010 and 2011 studies are at the end.

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Blackboxvoting: Racial Dilution of Voting Records

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By Bev Harris, Founder of Blackboxvoting.org

In June 2007, a steady voter in Memphis named Effie Washington was a Black woman.  But before the 2008 presidential election, Effie's voting record was changed to read "gender: man; race: other".  In June 2009 her voting record was changed, to "gender: woman; race: other".

At one time Sharonda Williams* was listed as a Black woman. She was purged from Shelby County (TN) voter rolls with a code indicating she had moved out of the county, even though she lived in Millington, a Memphis suburb in Shelby County. Sharonda was issued a different voter ID number and then listed as "race: other".  Sharonda voted at her polling place in the May 2010 primary, selecting a Democratic ballot, which is marked  as "cast" in the electronic poll book. But that poll book log never was made public, and the official voter history records report that Sharonda Williams did not vote. In August 2010, Williams is reported as voting Republican.

*There are only two persons on the Shelby County voter list named Sharonda Williams. One has a birthdate in 1978, one in 1981. The information above pertains to the one born in 1981.

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From The Land Beyond Beyond: Life After America

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by Bob Alexander, founder of Superbeans.com

(Author of Why We Left the United States)

Eventually every cast member of Sesame Street sang, “One of these things is not like the others, one of these things just doesn't belong …” And for the last month or so it’s been my theme song too.

The myriad differences between The United States and Canada, most small, some huge, culminate in an odd sort of “culture shock” that resonates throughout the day. And with each noted difference … a mini-Twilight Zone episode.

At first glance the usual scattered change on my bedside table; nickels, dimes, and pennies, look like the loose coins that have always cluttered the nightstand. But look closer … on the penny the image of a dead president has been replaced by a living queen. We’ve slipped into another dimension, an alternative universe. That's the signpost up ahead  your next stop, the Canadian Zone. But unlike the unease simmering under each Rod Serling story, the differences here are … pleasant.

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Why We Left The United States:

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by Bob Alexander, Founder of Superbeans.com

Because on December 12, 2000, the United States Supreme Court nullified the results of a national election and installed George W. Bush as president. And then I saw millions of my fellow Americans deliriously happy the Rule of Law was broken by the Supreme Court of the Land so “their guy” could … “win.”

That’s when I knew partisanship had ultimately won out over reality. More Americans believe in angels than election fraud. If millions of Americans could turn a blind eye to a stolen election, simply because their side stole it, and then have that coup legitimized by not only the Supreme Court … but by all of MainStreamMedia … then I knew the country I lived in was not the land of my birth.

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We Don't Need MORE Jobs and More Credit, We Need Fewer Jobs and Debt Relief!

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I want you to think long and hard before you try to answer these two questions. I want you to think about your answers because you need to give your mind a chance to break free of the brainwashing it has been subjected to by our establishment representitives in government and their reality control agents known as the mainstream media.

Question 1: Why do the majority of the working class need to work harder, longer and for less wages (relative to the value of currency), even as techological advances in every area of life exist to make life easier? There really is not as much to do, per capita, as there had been in the past. So why do we really need more jobs? (I'll answer this...just think about the question for a bit first.)

Question 2 (Actually several questions here): Have you ever been advised by someone who cares about you or whom you respect (parent, sage elder, economic professor, accountant or financial adviser), to accumulate debt? Did your mom or dad ever sit you down and teach you to borrow money and get into debt? Then why does every politician and political hack on TV tell you that the key to getting our economy in good shape hinges on banks lending more money? Why aren't they trying to help families and business get out of debt? (Again, I will answer this as well...just let the questions sink in for now.)

As each minute passes, humanity progresses technologically on almost every level, or almost every level. I can only think of two exceptions here. One would be space travel. Putting a man on the moon is the only thing that humanity was supposedly capable of doing that we are no longer capable of doing technologically. Interestingm isn't it?  How did we accomplish such feat in eight years using 1960s technology yet we can not do the same thing today? As a matter of fact a recent study found that if we wanted to put a man on the moon today it would take us twenty three years to do so...even with our exponentially advanced technology.  Makes you wonder...or at least it should. The other area we are not progressing is in the area of curing or preventing deseases. We can "treat" a multitude of deseases if our medical establishment is designed to ensure people continue to get these deseases for if they don't the very insustry that cures them will be obsolete. Kind of a self defeating model. Even worse, with a desease like cancer, health care professionals who make a living finding and treating the desease are encouraging and advising us to screen for the desease more often, using screening methods THAT CAUSE CANCER!!!...How stupid are we humans?

So here we are in the new milenium. We have machines and computers doing more work than any humans can do. Machines and computers don't require salaries, health insurance, bonuses or time off for the most part. They cost less than people...so why are prices for everything always rising? Shouldn't they be going down? When it is so much easier and cheaper to produce product, why have product prices gone up as apposed to down?

Mass production, automation, distribution, comminication, and in every identifiable area of existence, t

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