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President of the united states?

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Kelvin Silva Posted: Sun, Aug 19 2012 12:40 AM

Does any other entity control the president of the united states? Like the bilderberg, illuminati, devil whatever the fuck etc?

I think so, alot of presidents doing the same thing over and over corruption same crappy laws, bigger government getting bigger?

If each president truly controlled himself, why do we still keep seeing the same failures, and mistakes?

And if there is a higher power that controls the president (like bilderberg rich millionairse rothschild goldman sax jp morgan whatever), who controls them?

Feel like throwing away 2 cents?

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Marko replied on Sun, Aug 19 2012 3:14 AM


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Corporatism, i.e. politicians represent/are controlled by special interest groups.

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Anenome replied on Thu, Aug 30 2012 2:04 AM

All presidents face essentially the same constraints and incentives, we shouldn't be surprised at similar outcomes.

Also, our government is predicated on socialism via the socialist decision-mechanism known as democracy. Why should we be surprised then that it continually tends towards socialism?

If we had an individualist government, whatever form that might take, it might tend towards individualism and then we'd be happy.

Autarchy: rule of the self by the self; the act of self ruling.
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