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pmcanusa: Agreeing with me will not change anything and since they (liberals) now control or have throttled all three branches of government there is nothing we can do about it save revolution and that will get us nowhere since we are outnumbered and outgunned. Shay tried it in the 1700s and the south tried in the 1800s. By the time the Chinese need to take us over we will have already turned the place into a wasteland that they don't even want.

The Jews have already come full cycle and even if the eliminate all the Palestinians their inability to control their po9pulation will only result in the same thing happening until all of the earth's reproducible natural resources are gone.



Mackenzie Andersen :Well- we could exercise our People's Vote provided to the Maine people by the Constitution. Wish the signatures could be gathered in time for a People's Vote on the Seed Capital Tax Credit .

If such a miracle can be achieved it is likely through the combined efforts of existing Maine activist organizations on either side of the political divide.

If that could miraculously happen the same orchestration of activists organization could be used in a recurring ongoing process which will bring a plethora af legislation up for a People's Vote.

There is currently a revolution in mobile apps taking place. Mobile Apps can be designed to set such organized activism into motion at any time. People's Vote Organization & Apps = Fundamental Transformation of the culture in Augusta sending them a message about who exactly it is that they work for!

I am reading this marketing book called Youtility which talks aboutthe app revolution- the coolest one is a band that figured out how to synchronize all the mobile devises in an audience so that the devices become part of the concert, playing tones and color shows simultaneously on all the apps in the audience. It's a new dawn...Its a new world... its a new time coming - or something like that!
Lets go make history!

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