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When did Communism become an American Dream?

September 30, 2012
JB Williams
9/29/2012

Sadly, too many Americans don’t know what communism is, or they foolishly think that it died with the fall of the Soviet Union. Nothing could be further from the truth. Communism is alive and well, but it isn’t just in Russia or China anymore.

The 2012 election is not a referendum on Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. It is a referendum on American society. It is a contest between two opposite American Dreams and the outcome will tell us nothing about Romney and Obama, but everything about the American people.

It is a test of ALL Americans, those who vote and those who don’t bother, and those who think they can afford to play 3rd party games on the sidelines, even in the most important election in U.S. history.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. September 30, 2012 9:02 pm

    Very good question. But I am still, in my mind trying to coordinate the meaning of America and its constitution, free to be what you want to be if you work hard at it. with playing with money producing nothing. Free to do so,, yes, but please don’t use that as symbol of American values and character.

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