Commentary fron an American member of Socialist Aotearoa
My Two Cents By Laura Hardin As with any presidential election, the American pubic will once again be asked to head to the polls to test which campaign slogans proved more effective. We can either vote for the fairy tale of “hope and change” or we can cast our vote for the “Maverick’s from Main Street.” The McCain/Palin ticket has just recently been trying to lure the middle class with their new Main Street myth, an attempt to portray themselves as sympathizers who understand how this economic crisis is affecting the majority of America. In the Vice Presidential debate last Thursday Palin said that credit markets is where "mainstreeters like me" would feel the effects of the meltdown. And earlier last week, presidential nominee John McCain said of the bailout, “The first thing I’d do is say, ‘Let’s not call it a bailout. Let’s call it a rescue,’ Because it is a rescue. It’s a rescue of Main Street America.” You know what you’ll find on most Main Streets in most American towns
The hardest thing for humanity to do, is to accept the challenge of change for the betterment of All. The power of Mamman behind his mask has had it reign in time. Everything is in reverse and He don't know it. Mr and mrs nobody have been given a greater power by a sovereign act not known by deceitful and crafty men.
United we stand. The divided giants kingdom must now fall, the time has come and now is at hand.
I'm a believer, Cheers Digger.