Podcast: 01/22/2010 Freedom Watch 72 w/ Tom Woods, Adam Kokesh, Terri McCormick, Gerald Celente

Freedom Watch 72 audio podcast.

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    January 25, 2010 @ 12:30 pm

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  2. Pete Said,

    January 25, 2010 @ 4:46 pm

    The constant talk about Americans waking up and realizing their government is out of control is getting tiresome. I'm not sure if we've reached the tipping point in this country where better than 50% of the population is on the public dole. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, student loans, FHA loans, welfare, food stamps et. al, represent the end of responsibility, self improvement and, ultimately, freedom. I can see it now–"oh please take my government subsidy away, I just want to be free and earn my own keep". Yeah, right! It'll take a revolution much greater than what's going on now, and perhaps a not so civilized one, to change anything.

    The left has powerful tools available to keep people in line: young v. old; rich v. poor; women v. men; union v. non-union; black v. white; immigrant v. non-immigrant. These tactics are tried and true and will be extremely difficult to overcome.

    Just so my position is clarified, I voted for Scott Brown and HOPE he can make a difference, but I'm not going to hold my breath.

  3. Dale Said,

    January 25, 2010 @ 6:18 pm

    With enormous regret I have to agree with you here. The reason why the majority of the worlds' populace is in the state it is now is due (solely) to its political apathy and complacency and its stupendous ignorance of and willing dependency on their governments to keep them.
    We have become Soylent Green because of it and the powers that be have abandoned us to our fate.

  4. Sue Said,

    February 8, 2010 @ 7:47 pm

    It's true that nothing is free. If 50% of Americans are on the public dole, then 50% are paying for them. It's unsustainable and that's why we're $14 trillion in debt. So, there is only one alternative – the 50% on the dole have to be cut back dramatically. Yes, this will be difficult but achievable. Social Security is a Ponzi scheme. It's been that way since the beginning. That means that the $$ you've put in isn't there for you. In fact, the gov't has stolen $3.3 trillion in social security $$ meant for those who have put into it. As painful as it sounds, we will not be paid for the $$ we put in. The same is true for Medicare and Part D. It's the fault of Congress (Dem and Rep) who passed these laws but refused to raise taxes to pay for them. Unless you want 75% taxes, it's just an election scheme doomed to fail.