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ISIS -- Iran/Netanyahu GOP -- Fundamentalists - End Times

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upreme blood in elections, minority blood in the streets, shooting blood in schools, and religious intolerance bleeding out God's Holy Temple -- America is in danger of festering hate for real and imagined police state.

So fearful of brown people invading from the south, we allow real Homeland Security threats:

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* By not caring for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan

* Through no dependable POTUS protection

* Media frenzy purchased by Corporatism distracting & ignoring We the People.

* Electing writers of ill-advised letters to foreigners, talking to email or not to email and on & off again Benghazi

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* New industry of stolen tax refunds.

And it's all a board game for the boards behind the towered smoke and mirrors outsourcing Cottonmouth Tom aligning his 47 with Romney's 47%, gaming their failed system with a preemptive one way ticket to Mars.

Having gambled away the lives of our grandchildren, playing aces and eights against time, each tick tock harvests melting icebergs, ferocious hurricanes and ultimately, salt-water waves in city streets.

If too late to avoid Soylent Green option, returning to nature to decrease tempo, may provide manna from Rain Forest.

We can continue to shoot each other or we can become keepers of the flame, purging man's inhumanity.

We can continue sexual assault on college campuses and in military, or we can choose to give our daughters, wives, mothers, sisters and aunts equal pay and ERA constitutional ratification .

Growing porcupine quills to resist climate change information, global warming knowledge, Open Carry dangers and The Hunting Grounds education, swipes our thinking with the disconnect of being overly connected.

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We can chant racial slurs or accept that America cannot overcome without Immokalee farm workers picking food for our survival.

An infant sleeping on a symbol of freedom doesn't desecrate freedom. We can worship Old Glory or practice the true democracy and equality it symbolizes.

Justice for All is desecrated by Wall Street, K Street and Madison Ave poop shoveled on us in the name of Stars and Stripes.

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Marcello Rollando is both seasoned political writer and critically acclaimed Performing Arts Director. Taking a sabbatical from his beloved NYC to work on a number of political campaigns as communications director and/or consultant in 2008, he (more...)
 

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