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    #21

    Mar 24, 2011, 12:23 AM
    Do we need a revolution? Yes! For too long this government has abused its power. For too long politicians have forgotten about their duty to the American people. For too long the rich and the powerful have turned us against one another. It is time for real change, not for lengthy debates in richly halls while every day more Americans are losing their jobs and homes.

    How much longer will the American people be party to this great farce? These political parties are not loyal to us, no, they are mere actors on a stage.. and the American people.. they are but a willing audience. We must all rise up and cast down this bloated and sickly creature we call the United States Government. We must retake control, and steer this country back on course and in doing so guide us towards not just economic prosperity, but towards a future of strength.

    Under new, stronger leadership this country can once again be entirely self-sufficient. Once again, we will be manufacturing our own goods, instead of importing goods soaked in the sweat and blood of the poor and the ignorant. Under new leadership we will once again possess the mightiest war machine, and with it we will ensure security across our borders.
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    #22

    May 25, 2011, 04:18 PM
    My entire hood and the clarksdale projects is ready for a revolution the police don't come near us because we revolutionary and ant scared to pop a pig. I wish the rest of America wasn't such big pussys
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    #23

    May 25, 2011, 04:18 PM
    Everyone look up operation northwoods then compare it with 9/11 don't be blind to truth my brothers and sisters
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    #24

    Jun 11, 2011, 02:23 AM
    Scott bruno your website is all about the national socialism your word were great and insperational but the website turned all that insperation off :/
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    #25

    Jun 18, 2011, 01:04 AM
    I believe a revolution has already begun: economic banking crisis, loss of entire job sectors, budget crisis at the state and local levels, and now a crisis in Europe that is unprecedented. We live in a fantasy world that is based on the idea that "growth" is infinite but history has defined us without prejudice. We live in a global culture where we do not have the resources to support the planet and we are already seeing the results of that. That is what destroyed the Roman Empire, the Mayan culture, and all great civilizations - their inability to find the resources to support their needs. I believe our dependence on fossil fuels, the thing that has created the world in which we live will ultimately be the thing that will destroy us; it is a finite resource and there is nothing to replace it. All the other sources of energy combined -solar, wind or nuclear energy will not be able to replace what oil enables us to do. Our world will change and the U.S. will feel the most pain because we have created a culture which uses the most energy.
    True revolutionaries are willing to give up their lives because the world they inhabit is so terrible that they are willing to sacrifice themselves for change. One only need to look back at all revolutions including the latest revolution in Egypt - people managed to change their govt through social networking but people were still killed. I believe eventually this country will revolt against the system we have come to know as the industrial complex. I believe revolution is inevitable as we are at the tip of a very long iceberg. And so my answer to this question "Should American have another revolution?" should really be "When will the citizens of the U.S. start the revolution" because in essence all the dominos are lined up and beginning to fall.
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    #26

    Jun 19, 2011, 09:38 AM
    The short answer is yes. The very nature of this country has changed over the years to resemble something more like a dictatorship. Revolutionary speech is now considered to be anti-American or anti government which is a dangerous precedent. America was started by a revolution and the founding fathers knew and wrote about the difficulties in keeping a republic. Remember that America belongs to the people not to the government! It is no secret that modern day politicians are corrupt elitist that believe they know what's best for you. Don't be fooled into thinking that the answer to the united states problems lies in the governments hands, we have the power! I think the biggest struggle would be asking people to leave their McMansions, their reality T.V. and their celebrity gossip to join a revolution in the first place. There are two possible outcomes of a revolution at this point One, the people rise against a tyrannical government and they heed our wishes, which I believe would lead to a renaissance period in which culture is revived during a period of austerity where art, innovation and business growth occur free from government red tape and regulation. The second scenario is a bit scarier in which the government would fight back against the people which could bring on violence and martial law. This second scenario would be a nightmare, essentially destroying the fabric of security and leave our country vulnerable to attack and disenfranchisement. In either scenario, the government would be forced to show it's hand which is the point of a revolution. I hope we have a peaceful transition from our current state back to a constitutional and more liberated union however, if the need arises I would hope that the good people of this nation would fight tooth and nail to preserve their freedom from government oppression. I know I would be in front fighting for my fellow man no matter what that means. Unite and take back the liberties we have fought for so proudly and lets take back our right to live as free people!
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    #27

    Jun 19, 2011, 02:01 PM
    I've lived in the US all my life.. and things have only
    I'm sick of police brutality increasing.
    Racism increasing.
    Jobs decreasing.
    Tax increasing to fund wars that I really don't give a **** about nor agree with.
    Example: 9-11 sooo some easterns bombed the twin towers.. I honestly think it was our
    Own government, but I can't prove that, so let's just say eastern people did.. It
    Was just a group of them who for some reason wanted to, not the whole ****ing country
    America had no right to invade Iraq. That made us look like complete *******s.

    They took away my healthcare and now I'm in dept in hospital fees to stay alive..
    What the ****! You can't put a price on the ILL.

    I watched my grandparents literally work their bones apart and eventually they got to retire,
    They worked their entire lives and it's like they really had nothing to show for it.

    I believe min. wage should increase big time, you need to think life is short and some people use their time to serve people out a window, just because it doesn't require education doesn't mean your not
    Spending the time of your life to serve people, I just don't understand a the difference between
    A lawyer and a bust boy, either way your using your life time.

    The government lies, and hides **** from everybody and we deserve to know every bit of it.
    There is stuff they know we don't that would blow our minds...

    And as I was currently reading other posts and writing this, I've seen 4 cops drive by my house in
    15 minutes.. I have no privacy in my life anymore..

    I could rant about how ****ed up this place is for days straight..
    But obviously we can't talk things over with the government,
    All word is a whole bunch of verb
    So step up
    Get the **** off WoW and modern warfare 3
    Stop going to clubs and getting drunk partying your life away
    Get your eyes off the TV watching your old western movies and "reality" shows.
    Your being enslaved, and mind ****ed
    Step up you *****
    And lock and load!
    Be concerned with the future for once.
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    #28

    Jun 23, 2011, 05:55 AM
    Yes. Period. Our founding fathers are rolling in their graves right now and have been since just after the civil war. If you know the causes of the original revolution, they are EXTREMELY minor compared to the latest infringements hurled on us by the incorporated us "govt". As someone watching this for awhile, the talk of revolution has increased 100 fold in the past 3 years and people are finally starting to get some fortitude to fight back. Bring it on.
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    #29

    Aug 24, 2011, 08:22 PM
    REVOLUTION I'm only in my teens also and I'm ready lets go ill fight for the freedoms we should already have but don't so stand up and help us fight
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    #30

    Aug 30, 2011, 10:52 AM
    Yes. But w/o any resources, completely indigent, How?
    Wrongfully terminated 3 times. Had proof on paper 2 times but no large bank roll to hire atty:.
    No those lies are holing be back from new opportunities. Begged and pleaded government for legal help, and even free legal aid turned its back on me. I am ready to fight whoever does wrong tings to good people.
    Had I understood the legal system would fail me, I would have killed the sonof ***** that lied to get me fired.
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    #31

    Aug 30, 2011, 02:48 PM
    what we need is a global mental revolution, one where we can think for ourselves and not be told whether or not we can be gay, high, religious or not, and how we can believe in god. We need a world where we do what we do because we want to help each other. We need a world where we spend time helping not killing ideas and lives. Think about it, in a world where people with ideas of peace and love are killed, such as Dr. Martin luther king, Malcolm x, john lennon, JFK, Gandhi, Tupac, and countless others, what kind of world are we living in? The goal of this world is to own and control the most, only if that is what you aspire to do (becoming the next conquerer) are you successful. Money is the fuel of this world. Peace, love and friendship is the fuel of equality. One world, one way, equality.
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    #32

    Sep 11, 2011, 09:21 AM
    It is horribly frustrating to see the weakening of our country. However, it is the greed of mankind and the unending cycles through which this greed manifests itself. The concentration of wealth and power is the dominant influence on our elected officials. This unfair concentration of wealth (it is nothing but simple favoritism and selfishness) continues to gain momentum. It only stops when so many people are so bad off they have nothing to lose.
    You will see the first real signs (just as in Vietnam) when people strap explosives to themselves and wait for opportunities to do horrible things.
    How short are the memories? Jesus Christ rebelled against the obvious wealth and favoritism of the Romans and the high priests of the Jews. And from there it has continued to cycle and cycle and cycle. Even God has been unwilling to stop it.
    The only real way to solve this continuing abomination of political favoritism is for mankind as a whole to become fair and empathetic every single day all day long. We are a long way from that time and place.
    There actually are enough explosives to accomplish this, however it means the end.
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    #33

    Sep 17, 2011, 11:32 AM
    Yes... the government is corrupt and its time we give people a reason to fight instead of "i like guns" and we as Americans need to fight we can't go without it as a country id fight to free us from a congress that can't get anything through worth putting through
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    #34

    Sep 22, 2011, 02:50 PM
    When a government is suppose to represent it's citizens and no longer does so, when instead it makes it's decisions based on which lobbiest gives them the most dollars, when good ideas are no longer good if your party didn't think of it. Yes you bet your *** we need a revolution. It need not be an armed over throw. All we have to do stop paying taxes. It wouldn't take very long for them to get the picture. They can't lock us all up. But I am afraid that as long as all we do is write and talk about it nothing will change. They will continue to line there pockets with lobbiest gold indifferent to the countries needs. What the people need is a real leader in the White House. A leader who forgets about party lines, and lobbiest money. But don't think you will ever get a chance to vote for someone like that because neither party would ever put that person on the ballot. And if a person was ready to truly represent the citizens of this country alas he be shot dead.
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    #35

    Oct 23, 2011, 10:54 PM
    Yes it's time
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    #36

    Oct 31, 2011, 03:02 PM
    I Agree. There will be another "Shot Heard Round The World" at one of these protests maybe?
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    #37

    Dec 15, 2011, 10:25 AM
    I say a revolution is in need. I've been preaching this for months. Our government has ruined this country. We were once great and righteous. They say we're a free country. Do you really believe that?? Look at us now! Look at what we've become! WE NEED TO STOP ASKING AND START A ****ING REVOLUTION!! WE ALL KNOW IT'S NEEDED! SO GET UP AND FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOM!!
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    #38

    Jan 21, 2012, 01:40 AM
    HA! Everybody here says "Oh yes, we need one!!" But do any of you have the guts to start it? Think real hard... no didn't think so... BUt me, I've already made a plan, I'm going to join the miarines, learn an immense amount of skills, leave after my tour, then start it... starting with protests then forming a secret organization getting guns and weapons... then, we declare that we throw our current government out of commission. If they refuse, sadly, we would declare that the only other option is war... a revolution at last. And I will gladly die first if that's what it takes. Now, I'm sure you're thinking, what if you die in the Marines? Well, I will have already created a group before I join of around 100 people who also join... one of us has to live, and they will carry out my plan... so just wait... America WILL have its revolution...


    - Anonymous... 13 years of age... only 6 years left...
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    #39

    May 17, 2012, 04:52 PM
    To be honest we do need one, very much so but people are Blind, afraid and just plain stupid. The government makes laws that in no way helps us, they push the constitution right out the door and we just have to accept it? No its we the people not we the government and the fact is we make this country not them, don't be afraid to speak your mind.
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    May 17, 2012, 05:12 PM
    Hell to be honest if people weren't afraid and I could convince them to believe in their own abilities and strengths, I would lead the revolution lol, but fact is the people have grown a custom to the government providing their every need, so the ones who are rebelling I give you respect and one day hope to join you.

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