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#176 - So far there's California and Vermont, which are very involved… 08/27/2014 on african americans 0
#167 - Then our federal government in the legislative branch has to g…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/27/2014 on african americans 0
User avatar #169 - ugottanked (08/27/2014) [-]
How many states do we have so far?
User avatar #176 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
So far there's California and Vermont, which are very involved and relevant states in legislation conversations.

I think Texas and a couple other states have conversations stirring and there should be another few states this year. There's a map on the wolf-pac.com front page that helps, too.
#166 - Yes, I do enjoy paranoia. The dude is a little off the partisa…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/27/2014 on african americans 0
User avatar #168 - frobskottle (08/27/2014) [-]
I wouldn't disagree with you. Partisan, yes. Paranoid, maybe to a degree. His biggest points that I agree with is that we have deviated in many ways from our founding principles and that a convention of the states is the best way to right the ship. Personally, I do think he has a better grasp on the founding fathers and the constitution than most in the media, etc. I haven't read the Federalist Papers at length, so I accept your challenge.
#131 - Not only is it the parties themselves, but their monetary supp…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/26/2014 on african americans 0
User avatar #141 - ugottanked (08/26/2014) [-]
what will happen if we do get the rest of the states on board?
User avatar #167 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
Then our federal government in the legislative branch has to get together to pass an amendment as outlined by the people or else they'll run the risk of judicial review for constitutional violations, or worse, revolt.

After that happens and we get the public funding system back we'll start to run like we used to, and hopefully change our right wing to Teddy Roosevelt/Eisenhower ideology and our left to FDR/Clinton, yet maintain the heart of our Founding Fathers.

We'll no longer be as far down the international charts in demographics.
The potential we have as Americans is absolutely fuckin' gnarly.
User avatar #169 - ugottanked (08/27/2014) [-]
How many states do we have so far?
User avatar #176 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
So far there's California and Vermont, which are very involved and relevant states in legislation conversations.

I think Texas and a couple other states have conversations stirring and there should be another few states this year. There's a map on the wolf-pac.com front page that helps, too.
User avatar #137 - frobskottle (08/26/2014) [-]
If you haven't read it, flip through Liberty Amendments and Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin. I get the feeling that you may enjoy the read. At least parts of it.
User avatar #166 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
Yes, I do enjoy paranoia. The dude is a little off the partisan wall, not exactly what Adams, Madison, and Jefferson had in mind. There is a fair point to make about the subjects he brings up, but the extents he writes are a little bit fear-mongering/nationalist or non-issue half the time, and Professor Oak's words are comin' up.

In return, I suggest The Federalist Papers by Hamilton, Jay, Madison

(That's the guy that also ranted about Jon Stewart be an anti-semite over minor Gaza comments and therefore a self-hater and he hates self-haters.)
User avatar #168 - frobskottle (08/27/2014) [-]
I wouldn't disagree with you. Partisan, yes. Paranoid, maybe to a degree. His biggest points that I agree with is that we have deviated in many ways from our founding principles and that a convention of the states is the best way to right the ship. Personally, I do think he has a better grasp on the founding fathers and the constitution than most in the media, etc. I haven't read the Federalist Papers at length, so I accept your challenge.
#119 - I know, it's a democratic process though, as the system is br… 08/26/2014 on african americans +1
#85856 - I think you're looking for Confucianism 08/26/2014 on Religion Board 0
#88 - TL;DR The United States wouldn't be so hated by other countrie…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/26/2014 on african americans +1
User avatar #112 - ryapot (08/26/2014) [-]
I mean, technically we don't claim to be a democracy, we're a Representative Republic
User avatar #119 - ihatem (08/26/2014) [-]
I know, it's a democratic process though, as the system is broken (which pisses me the fuck off, as it should any American, and even non-Americans as it effects the global economy as well), starting in the mid 70s with court cases saying corporations are people and may spend money in politics, which was somewhat recently expanded to unlimited funds.

Corporations want deregulation and legally bribe politicians with campaign funds so the politician can take the job with the biggest vacation and the least work to collect a $100,000+ check of tax payer money as long as he bends to their will.

I say this with a Princeton study of nearly 2,000 political topics since 1981, income gains charts since 1980, and campaign donation charts showing the multi-millions our parties take:

Our government objectively does not represent the people and literally qualifies as oligarchic, the power resting in the top 1%. We may not call it what we learned in school anymore, our opinions are statistically irrelevant and that's fucking retarded.

Princeton and other sauce:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvJ1ZuJDNbQ

Economics:
www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3220
www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2014/apr/27/neera-tanden/tanden-95-percent-income-gains-last-few-years-have/
www.opensecrets.org/races/
#82 - -Balancing the Federal Budget has also been a nightmare, an ex… 08/26/2014 on african americans +5
#80 - George Washington would be beyond disappointed in our comple…  [+] (19 new replies) 08/26/2014 on african americans +10
#127 - kmichel (08/26/2014) [-]
"and it has developed an illusion of choice in our elections"

Very true. Unfortunately, the chairs of the RNC and DNC preside over the national debates, taking over from the neutral League of Women Voters in the 1980's. After gaining control over the debates, the RNC and DNC created severe restrictions on any 3rd party candidates wanting to appear in televised national debates and developed secret contracts with the major candidates of each party.

One such restriction was needing a certain percentage in 5 national polls. These polls are anonymous, and the potential for manipulation is high. The mainstream media is also biased against 3rd party candidates, referring to them mostly in the 3 following contexts designed to instill doubt in the viewer's mind:

1) Are they in it to win it? 2) Do they have a chance? 3) Will they take votes away from X or Y?

The Atlantic newspaper conducted a quantitative study that showed clear bias against 3rd party candidates, but anyone reading the headlines such as "Romney in 1st, Gingrich in 3rd" (with no mention of the 2nd place candidate) could see it for themselves.

The solution to the problem goes beyond voting. The system is broken, and needs to be fixed otherwise we'll continue to be stuck with candidates who only differ in their marketing to the public.
User avatar #131 - ihatem (08/26/2014) [-]
Not only is it the parties themselves, but their monetary support as I addressed down a few comments about our falsely labeled "Representative" bullcrap.

It started with these court cases
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckley_v._Valeo (this was '76, "money is speech")
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_National_Bank_of_Boston_v._Bellotti (thiswas '78, "corporations are people")

Then the rest is in #119 down there. They couldn't have so much power if they didn't have "1st Amendment Corporate speech money" load of shit.

And I can't believe I fuggin' forgot to mention using the power the Founding Fathers gave the American people, the popular sovereignty power of passing an Amendment through an Article V convention.

www.wolf-pac.com - is one of the very, very limited options we have, and two states are on the board, Vermont and Cali, and the ball needs to keep rolling to get 36 more states so we don't have to put up with corrupt bullshit anymore.
It's better than fuckin' voter apathy or 3rd party attempts at least.
User avatar #141 - ugottanked (08/26/2014) [-]
what will happen if we do get the rest of the states on board?
User avatar #167 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
Then our federal government in the legislative branch has to get together to pass an amendment as outlined by the people or else they'll run the risk of judicial review for constitutional violations, or worse, revolt.

After that happens and we get the public funding system back we'll start to run like we used to, and hopefully change our right wing to Teddy Roosevelt/Eisenhower ideology and our left to FDR/Clinton, yet maintain the heart of our Founding Fathers.

We'll no longer be as far down the international charts in demographics.
The potential we have as Americans is absolutely fuckin' gnarly.
User avatar #169 - ugottanked (08/27/2014) [-]
How many states do we have so far?
User avatar #176 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
So far there's California and Vermont, which are very involved and relevant states in legislation conversations.

I think Texas and a couple other states have conversations stirring and there should be another few states this year. There's a map on the wolf-pac.com front page that helps, too.
User avatar #137 - frobskottle (08/26/2014) [-]
If you haven't read it, flip through Liberty Amendments and Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin. I get the feeling that you may enjoy the read. At least parts of it.
User avatar #166 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
Yes, I do enjoy paranoia. The dude is a little off the partisan wall, not exactly what Adams, Madison, and Jefferson had in mind. There is a fair point to make about the subjects he brings up, but the extents he writes are a little bit fear-mongering/nationalist or non-issue half the time, and Professor Oak's words are comin' up.

In return, I suggest The Federalist Papers by Hamilton, Jay, Madison

(That's the guy that also ranted about Jon Stewart be an anti-semite over minor Gaza comments and therefore a self-hater and he hates self-haters.)
User avatar #168 - frobskottle (08/27/2014) [-]
I wouldn't disagree with you. Partisan, yes. Paranoid, maybe to a degree. His biggest points that I agree with is that we have deviated in many ways from our founding principles and that a convention of the states is the best way to right the ship. Personally, I do think he has a better grasp on the founding fathers and the constitution than most in the media, etc. I haven't read the Federalist Papers at length, so I accept your challenge.
#89 - imtryingmybest (08/26/2014) [-]
people should check out independant and green party too
User avatar #87 - privatepumpanickel (08/26/2014) [-]
Tried reading - eyes went blurry after a while.
User avatar #88 - ihatem (08/26/2014) [-]
TL;DR The United States wouldn't be so hated by other countries, in massive debt, and at each others throats while rich people rofl at the top of our not-Democracy if we listened to the very first president.
User avatar #112 - ryapot (08/26/2014) [-]
I mean, technically we don't claim to be a democracy, we're a Representative Republic
User avatar #119 - ihatem (08/26/2014) [-]
I know, it's a democratic process though, as the system is broken (which pisses me the fuck off, as it should any American, and even non-Americans as it effects the global economy as well), starting in the mid 70s with court cases saying corporations are people and may spend money in politics, which was somewhat recently expanded to unlimited funds.

Corporations want deregulation and legally bribe politicians with campaign funds so the politician can take the job with the biggest vacation and the least work to collect a $100,000+ check of tax payer money as long as he bends to their will.

I say this with a Princeton study of nearly 2,000 political topics since 1981, income gains charts since 1980, and campaign donation charts showing the multi-millions our parties take:

Our government objectively does not represent the people and literally qualifies as oligarchic, the power resting in the top 1%. We may not call it what we learned in school anymore, our opinions are statistically irrelevant and that's fucking retarded.

Princeton and other sauce:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvJ1ZuJDNbQ

Economics:
www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3220
www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2014/apr/27/neera-tanden/tanden-95-percent-income-gains-last-few-years-have/
www.opensecrets.org/races/
User avatar #84 - robinwilliamson (08/26/2014) [-]
What commie faget votes down Old Glory and The Father of His Country
#93 - huels (08/26/2014) [-]
Thats what I asked. I gave it one thumbs up but it's still in the negative.
User avatar #100 - robinwilliamson (08/26/2014) [-]
Thank you for serving the Red White 'n Blue
#102 - huels (08/26/2014) [-]
I also served her for 8 years as Infantry in the United States Army. I get sad when I see stuff like that.
User avatar #82 - ihatem (08/26/2014) [-]
-Balancing the Federal Budget has also been a nightmare, an expensive, debt driving nightmare. We spend about 700+ billion dollars of taxpayer money on what we label "Defense", when we're building $400 billion dollar F-35's and trying to fly them way ahead of schedule and end up grounding them, and we can't get rid of World Police mentality, and it's turned everyone so cynical. We could have cut defense, funded education and space programs, and therefore made military smarter and cost effective, as well as the obvious other benefits. Meanwhile we're in large debt to ourselves, with student loans and other loans by the irresponsibility of banks and taking advantage of kids that we didn't teach about finances. This could go on for days. Our government is so corrupt and childish, they can't stop giant subsidies to giant companies, tax breaks for the very rich, cut excessive defense costs, cut the circular War of Drugs by decriminalization/legalization accordingly, come down harder on the Federal Reserve, at least temporarily raise the minimum wage to revitalize the consumer base and then judge what to do (and more activity in the consumer base increases revenue), cut $3 Billion in foreign aid to Israel since they have a very healthy GDP and don't need it, and start paying attention to constituents.

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