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Bush, Paulson and Bernanke institute the 5th plank of the Communist Manifesto

Posted in Uncategorized by libertygazette on October 18, 2008

How far we have fallen… In just eight short years, the Bush administration and appointees in consort with the radical communists on the Senate Banking Committee have begun the institution of the 5th plank of the Communist Manifesto. The Communist Manifesto’s ten planks are the steps Karl Marx saw as necessary to implement a communist societal structure. This plank reads as follows:

Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly.

                                                                   – Karl Marx
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Healthcare after the Economic Crisis: Harder to find a solution?

Posted in Uncategorized by libertygazette on October 11, 2008

In this current economic climate, it’s difficult to believe that the major focus of this campaign year was going to be healthcare. Early polls put the topic at the top of concerns that voters wanted addressed. It is as tough a topic as a recession ever could be. It is a topic that must be addressed, much like Socialist Security and Marxist Care. Those who love liberty have been offered a reprieve. Let us hope that America can solve this problem without ceding more authority to Read more on this critical issue

Bob Barr on: Spending & The Economy

Posted in Uncategorized by libertygazette on October 10, 2008

Barr attained national prominence as one of the leaders of the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Barr joined the Libertarian Party in 2006, and until May 2008 served on its National Committee.(according to Wikipedia)

Over the past decade, total government spending (state, local and federal) has increased from $2.9 trillion to an astonishing $5.1 trillion in 2008. The $3.1 trillion federal budget submitted by President Bush for 2009 is greater than the combined 1998 spending of the federal government, all 50 states and over 87,000 local governments.
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