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For the Democrats Who Repeatedly Vote for the Corporate Parties

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i blame you for the wall street bailouts

for the drones and carnage of afghan families

for the millions of homeless and jobless

on our own streets

plains

imaginations

for the impoverished students

dropping out

remember the fakers who still occupy

the altars of legitimacy

in unions

community organizations

on city councils and in congress

the sell-outs who feign

justice

courage

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Click "printer friendly" (above) to see this all o... by e b bortz on Wednesday, Jan 12, 2011 at 7:25:07 AM