Down, But Not Out

An introspective examination of the tragedy of homelessness in the richest society ever to exist on Earth

Homelessness is not an accident. Homelessness is not a problem. Homelessness is a political agenda. Why else would there be so many homeless people in the richest country that ever existed on the face of this planet.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Democracy Is Dead

I recently learned that to have any hope of getting elected, a candidate for the Presidency of the US has to spend FIVE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS on his campaign. What this means to the voting public is that each and every candidate has been bought and paid for and owes total fidelity to the fat cats who back him.

If the 10% rule applies in Canadian politics as it does in most things, Stephen Harper must have spent FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS to get elected last time and will have to spend that much again to get re-elected. NO WONDER HE CONSISTANTLY LEGISLATES IN FAVOUR OF HIS MASTERS.

2 comments:

BillyWarhol said...

wow*

U Rock Dude!!

yeah Bush is Spending something over $10 Billion a Month or now up to $3 Billion a Week on his Illegal War in Iraq!!

It's just Disgusting!!

People truly don't give a shit - Pardon my French ;))

Honestly it's beyond all belief*

+ these Insane amounts they're spending on the Elections - oh god*

Something needs to seriously change*

Can U imagine how many Homeless + Starving People Worldwide those wasted $Billions could Help!!

a LOT!!

Cheers Ronzig! Billy ;))

Peace*

p.s. a Documentary was shown during the Film Fest about that Hermit who lived out in Nova Scotia - i'd love to see it*

Ronzig said...

I hear you my friend. The Americans seem to believe it's their duty to impose their style of society on the whole world. Especially if they can grab some oil.