Guest Post: America Needs Community, Not Collectivism

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Submitted by Giordano Bruno of Neithercorp Press

America Needs Community, Not Collectivism

Tyranny thrives by feeding on human necessity. It examines what
sustains us, what we hope for, what we desire, what we love, and uses
those needs as leverage against us. If you want safety, they will take
it away and barter it back to you at a steep price. If you want success
or respect, then you must bow to the existing arbitrary pecking order
and play the game nicely. If you want to raise a family, then you must
accept the state as a part-time parent. If you want kinship, then you
must settle for a thin veneer of empty pleasantries and insincere
associations. If you want independence, then you are simply labeled as a
threat and done away with altogether. Autocratic rulers are first and
foremost salesmen; they convince us that life itself has a “cost”, that
we are born indebted, and all bills must be made payable to the
establishment. First and foremost, we are sold on the idea that in all
of this, we are ultimately alone…

It is within these manipulated concepts of cost and isolation that we
discover the foundation of all totalitarian cultures: Collectivism.

Collectivism is not a space age invention or a product of the
abstract musings of Marxists, though many seem to think that their
version of a hive society is “new” and certainly better than anything
ever attempted in the past. No, collectivism is a psychological prison
derived from a beneficial instinct as old as humanity itself; the
instinct to connect with others, to share experiences and knowledge, to
build and create together. It is an instinct as essential to our
survival as breathing. Collectivism uses this instinct as a weapon. It
is a corrupted and poisoned harnessing of our intuitive nature. It is
an inadequate and cancerous substitute for something which normally
invigorates and supports healthy culture: true community.

In this age, our ideas of what constitutes “community” have been
tainted and confused with the propaganda of collectivists. Our
instincts tell us that the world we have been presented is hollow, while
our controlled environment tells us that the world is just as it should
be (or the best we’re going to get, anyway). How then, are we to tell
the difference between natural community, and destabilizing and
destructive collectivism? Let’s examine some of the root conflicts
between these two social systems, as well as the philosophical
shortcomings of collectivism itself…

Common Aspects Of Collectivism

Looking back at the single minded and highly dominating collectivist
experiments of the past, it is easy to see the common threads between
them. Certain methods are always present. Certain actions are always
taken. Certain beliefs are always adopted. Here are just a few…

The Blank Slate: In order for the state to
elevate itself in importance above the individual, it must first
promote the idea that the individual does not exist, that your
uniqueness or inherent character are only a byproduct of your
environment. There are many methods to propagating this mindset. Junk
science and establishment psychological theorists often treat the human
mind as a mere bundle of chemicals and synapses. Emotions are
pigeonholed as “hormonal reactions”. Conscience and even attachment a
result of “conditioning” (i.e. H.F. Harlow’s ridiculous rhesus monkey

Existentialism attacks individualism from the philosophical end;
suggesting that all actions and reactions are random results of a purely
chaotic universe, while at the same time peddling moral relativism and
apathy. If all is based on environment and chance, and there is no
purpose or meaning to life, then why care about anything?

Religious organizations that choose to abuse their positions of trust
also feed collectivism by standing in the way of personal awareness, or
even making it taboo to value the individual over the collective
(though people tend to wrongly blame the concept of religion itself,
rather than the corrupt men who sometimes misuse it).

Each one of these tactics is a tool in the arsenal of collectivists
meant to degrade our social admiration for individual thought. Of
course, if one actually studies beyond mainstream sources for
information (as we have in numerous articles) on the many biological
mysteries of the human mind, the numerous inconsistencies of clinical
psychiatry, the irrational assumptions of existentialism, that person
would find that the blank slate assertion is filled with so many holes
it is laughable. However, as long as groups of men strive for power
over others, the attacks on individualism will continue. As desperate
as elitists have been through the years to build an environment devoid
of independent thought, they have met only with failure. Perhaps you
just can’t remove from all people those values which are inborn and
intuitive, no matter how monstrous the world is around us.

Centralization Instead Of Cooperation:
Cooperation in society is often spontaneous and dependent on a number of
underlying factors working together at the right place, and at the
right time. It takes a noble endeavor and even more noble leadership
indeed to inspire the masses to step onto the same path towards the same
direction. This is why legitimate large scale cooperation is so
venerated in the annals of history; such events are truly rare and
miraculous. Tyrants and elitists have no endeavors that rank as
“noble”. They serve only their own interests. So, instead of trying to
encourage cooperation they won’t receive, they centralize various
systems by coercion. If you can’t convince the public to abandon their
own paths for yours, then forcefully remove all paths until the people
have only one choice left.

Economic centralization is very indicative of this maneuver. While
we in the Liberty Movement see a whole spectrum of possible options for
markets and trade, many other people see only what is right in front of
them; the same crooked fiat money system controlled by the same gaggle
of fraudulent central bankers. A large portion of our populace has been
convinced that there is only one way to participate in the economy, and
thus they act collectively, and blindly.

Another obvious example is the false left/right political system.
While there are as many political views as there are people, most tend
to affiliate themselves with one of two; Republican or Democrat. Even
if you were to believe that the two major parties are honestly opposed,
you have still allowed the establishment to narrow your choices down to
two. Add the fact that both major parties actually support nearly the
same exact policies and goals, and now your choices have been narrowed
to one. Millions of people jump on this one bandwagon every four years,
thinking that they are cooperating voluntarily, when they have instead
been centralized, and collectivized.

Constant Fear, Constant Threats: Fear and
survival are powerful motivators. Without ample self awareness and
strength of character, these base instincts can overwhelm rationality
and conscience. Every collectivist feudalist system ever devised has
used a “common enemy” or an iron hand, to quell dissent in the citizenry
and to forcefully unify them not under the auspices of an honest cause,
but a terror so profound as to drive them to malleable despair.

When life and death hang in the balance everyday, and people have no
time to relax, they can in fact go literally mad. All logic flies out
the window, panic ensues, and the masses turn to whoever is ready to
offer them a way to sanity; “sanity” meaning “comfort”. After a period
of constant danger and distress, even fascism can feel comfortable for a
while. Collectivist systems are always clashing with the bubbling
tides of individual freedom. Because of this, they must continuously
qualify their usefulness. There must always be an imminent threat over
the horizon, otherwise, the strangling regulations of the state serve no

Individualism Equated With “Selfishness”:
One of the inevitable conditions of collectivism is the demonization of
free thought. In a collective, every person becomes a cog in a great
machine. The majority begins to see itself not as a group of
individuals acting together, but as a single unit with a single purpose.
Any person who chooses to step outside of the box and point out a
different view becomes a danger to the whole. A machine cannot function
if all the parts are not working in harmony. Disagreement in a
collectivist system is not considered a civic duty; it is considered a
crime that places everyone else at risk. As a dissenter, you are not a
person, but a malfunction that must be dealt with.

It is easy to tell when your nation is turning towards collectivism;
you only have to gauge how often you are accused of “selfishness” every
time you question the needs of the state over the needs of the
individual. This argument arises incessantly in countries on the verge
of a despotic shift. Interestingly, it is selfishness that tends to
drive collectivists, not individualists. As we discussed earlier,
collectivists act out of base fear, and a personal desire to survive
regardless of the expense. They may disguise it as duty, or “universal
love”, but at bottom, they are driven by pure self-interested. They are
willing to sacrifice anything, including their own souls, to hang onto
what little they have. They are especially willing to sacrifice what
YOU have, to maintain THEIR standard of living, or to see their personal
world view enacted. Is there anything more self-centered than a man
prepared to destroy the livelihood and freedoms of others just to feel
temporarily secure?

Promises Of A Fantastic Future:
“Innovation” and “progress” are alluring dreams, dreams which can easily
be realized in a free society made up of intelligent individuals
thinking in ways which go against the norm. The more unique insights
present in a culture, the more likely it is to surpass itself and
succeed. Strangely though, it always seems to be collectivists who
throw around visions of high tech trains, floating cities, and
sustainability as benefits to relinquishing certain freedoms. The
insinuation is that if people set aside their individualism, their
society becomes stronger, and more productive, like worker bees who only
strive for one thing; the perfect hive.

Now, this has never been proven to be an advantage of collectivism.
One could say given the evidence that a society flourishes less and
contributes less the more centralized it becomes. Constructing
immaculate castles, pyramids, magnetic highways, or space stations on
the moon, does not necessarily make a culture great. It doesn’t even
make a culture interesting. What is far more interesting is a society
that seeks to enrich the lives of common men, rather than fabricating
edifices and launching technologies while using people up as fuel for
the collectivist fire. At any rate, I cannot think of a single extreme
centralized system that actually delivered on the grand promises it made
when in its initial stages of power. Whether this is because their
pledges were impossible to fulfill, or because they never intended to
fulfill them in the first place, is hard to say…

Common Aspects Of Community

Now that we have explored the intricacies of collectivism, let’s take
a look at what it is designed to destroy. What makes real community?
What are its benefits and its weaknesses? How does it begin? How does
it end? Why is it such a threat to collectivists? Here are a few

Real Purpose: Communities develop in light
of meaningful exchange. Their purpose is natural and common. Their
goals are not fixed, but evolve as the community progresses. The
beneficiaries are the citizenry, sometimes even those who do not
directly participate, rather than a select minority of elites. Because
the actions of communities are decentralized, and based on a sense of
honor and integrity instead of egomania, they tend to appear
direction-less, while at the same time making vast and concrete
achievements. Communities work best when purpose and destiny are self

Voluntary Participation: There is no need
to force people to participate in a system that operates on honesty,
conscience, and individual will. In fact, many people today long for a
system like this. When men and women apply their energies to something
they believe in, instead of something they are manipulated into
following, the results can be spectacular. Progress becomes second
nature, an afterthought, instead of an unhealthy obsession.

Legitimate Respect: The purpose of a true
community is not to keep tabs on the personal lives of its participants,
nor to mold their notions. The rights of the individual are respected
above all else. Again, the more varied the insights of a population,
the stronger it becomes. For a community to attempt to stifle the
viewpoints of its citizens would be to commit suicide. There is
strength in numbers, but even greater strength in variety.
Individualism takes effort, time, and dedication. A society made up of
people who have made this journey cannot help but esteem each other.

Flexibility Leads To Stability: A wise man
adopts that which works, and throws out that which fails. He does not
dismiss methods out of hand, nor does he hang onto methods that
disappoint simply because he cannot let go. He educates himself through
experience. Adaptability, flexibility, agility in thought and in
policy creates solid ground for a society to build. Communities survive
by being able to admit when a mistake has been made, and by being open
to new options. Rigid systems, like collectivist systems, cannot
function unless the people conform to the establishment, and its
deficiencies. Communities function best when the establishment conforms
to the people, and the truth.

Mutual Aid: Collectivist systems are
notorious for promoting the idea that “we are all one”, however, they
usually end up becoming the most anti-social and uncaring cultures to
grace the planet. You cannot centralize or enforce charity because then
it is no longer charity, but slavery. Citizens of communities, on the
other hand, actually seek to help each other, not because they expect
immediate returns, or because it’s “good for the state”, but because
they value an atmosphere of benevolence. The generosity of community
helps individuals detach from dependence on government, or bureaucracy.
The less dependence on centralized authority, the stronger and safer
everyone becomes.

Mutual Defense: While collectivism
sacrifices its participants for some undefined “greater good”,
communities defend one another, knowing that if the fate of one’s
neighbor is ignored, the fate of oneself may also be ignored by others.
No one is “expendable” in a community. EVERYONE is expendable in a

Building Community In A Modern World

The task of constructing meaningful community today is daunting, but
crucial. In an increasingly centralized and desensitized world, the
only recourse of the honorable is to decentralize, and to reintroduce
the model of independence once again. This starts with self sufficient
communities and solid principles. It starts with unabashed and
unwavering pride in the values of sovereignty and liberty. It starts
with a relentless pursuit of balance, and truth. It starts with an
incredible amount of hard work.

The trappings of collectivism sometimes seem insurmountable. The
mindless devotion of our friends and family to a system that harms them
can cause us to lose hope, and to lose focus. We must remember how
collectivism operates; by removing the power of choice from the
equation. If we return that power, then many people who we may have
once deemed “lost causes” might awaken as well. By exposing the masses
to another option, a better option, we undo years of lies, and lengths
of chain. If there was ever a perfect moment to begin this battle, now
is the time; while Americans are still searching for solutions, and not
too fearful to pursue them once they are found.

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gorillaonyourback's picture

very nice, its does not have to be this way, BUT yes you/we have to fight for our fredom everyday in this world or someone or some entity will consider its competive advantage and use your lazy ass attitude against you.  now that inherently implies the survival of the fittest argument but if you consider yourself your brothers keeper your gonna have to fight for those lazy ass SOBs freedoms too.

CPL's picture

Yeah I read communist bum between the lines as well.  If someone wants a walk in park then prove they deserve one.  Article is obilvious written by an asshole under 30 and in mom's basement.

CPL's picture

Not at you gorilla


To further be an asshole, why not collect a bunch of other assholes and redevelop Detriot.  You can literally buy it all for a thousand dollars.  If some dipshit like yourself could work all of ....ummmmm... a week along with your moron room mates and club members you could change an area of universe that HAS infrastructure with a very poor core to it.


Somehow, just by reading the article of nonsense, you couldn't organise a cat fight.  Meeting people is harder than getting toothpaste back in the tube for yourself.  You are not the call to arms.  You are a boob.  Snook.  Moron from the burbs.

Want to do something important?  It isn't spewing leftist horseshit.  It's doing something fuck nut.  So here's a plan.


Step one:  Get off your ass.

Step two:  Put down the bong.

Step three: ??????

Step four:  Everyone gets together and does something constructive.


You are offering your fathers solution, you are just trying to avoid that whole "work" thing.


If you aren't willing to work, guess what, your future is going to be very, very...starving.  I'm not feeding anyone for free.  Force me to feed you.  The salt goes on the feild the next day, enjoy a dirt sandwich.  Cities and suburbs don't grow food, white people don't harvest and cities don't plan.


That's life sparky.


Your rebutal?

CPL's picture

For that matter I'm surprised you didn't spew up participatory economics...just as pointless

mouser98's picture

i didn't see any attack on the concept of private property in there.  i saw it more as an explanation of how free societies will better take care of their fellows than any so called "collective society".

CPL's picture

If wiping people's asses is your life's is a decision then you do it.  In Canada it's called Personal Support worker, PSW, it requires a degree to wipe an ass in Canada.  Seriously.  No nurse will ever touch it, at least my wife anymore.


If the collective requires one, then all you have in your hand is a squirt and jug...junior.  Not that the suburbs taught you much more than that.  Or you wished to.  Asshole.  Fuckin' retarded piece of is freedom related to this asswipe again?

Stormdancer's picture

rofl!  Did you even read the piece?  (Yes, I junked every one of your irrelevant posts :))

CPL's picture

Yes I did, all I read was bum for hire.  Bum for hire.  The Bum for hire.  The bum for hire.


You ever work voluenteer work, doubt it.  In Canada a welfare piece of trash can work a voluenteer gig, claim thier check unless under a ruling (like state welfare horsehit under refugee claims...recent examples are the refugees that Canada accepted bu the US anf Austrailia rejected...twice..three times depending on the country).  Basically do nothing, and get a check.  I'm glad you like the idea of not working.  Put you right in the pocket of where you need to be.  Basically a bum.  Sorry to your parents, bu tif you wish to get job, work I have fields that need working.  $14 an hour, some costs are covered...well, doesn't matter your parent have you covered until they are dead as stumps and need to be removed like them.  Let me know when you need a job, April I'm looking for 26 people.


I'll see you on the other side of oil @ 140...oh yeah...bitch.  You will do a lot of things you never thought possible in your life.   Good things and nasty things. 


Luachey dneu, go for broke buther.

CPL's picture

YOu didn't exactly explain how you were going to start a workers paradise detriot.  If you do it there I might be willing to listen.  But since it hasn't been done versus know... a job given...I and others are waiting for the solution.  However we are over 30 and are worthless therefore we don't need to help out.


Why does this sound so yeah..its our kids.  Cannot wait for the power of the flat line of X, Y and Z generations.  We will all talk later about the uses of lime and bleach and then how fast everyone is willing to adopt it.  Assholes.

financeguru500's picture


I would like to personally thank you, as well as most everyone of your generation who sold my generation down the river so you could have cheap goods made in China. You speak of working yet those of my generation who go to college for science degree's striving to work have no where to work because someone in India is doing it for cheaper.

The chance we had as a country to stay powerful was back in the 70's and 80's when our big companies were moving overseas. I guess your generation was too busy smoking pot to do anything about it. You can get off your high horse and work at the local walmart for the rest of your life for all I care. I can't wait till when your old enough to claim that social security check that you find out there's nothing left for you.

Your Generation is whats wrong with our country.

aerojet's picture

God damn, I hate that kind of arrogance.  Let me explain something about Generation X to you.  Shit, I hate those labels!  Let me explain something about every generation that has had to deal with the fucking Boomers--they're all SOL because just about to a person, they (we) have never been afforded the chance to do much of anything.  Every damn job I have had so far in my life (I'm almost 40) has been the same damn job--the pay hasn't always been bad, but there's never been one single chance to move up to anything because I was constantly fighting the Boomer tide.  You know what would have been nice?  Just one time to have had someone older called a mentor bring me along and grease the skids just a little bit.  It never happened.  I did everything "right" but the game somehow changed. There's plenty of guys more screwed than I am, so I guess I shouldn't complain, but damn, what a waste it has all been to work hard in this country and get higher degrees and buy into the fascist machine.  I now wish I was just a farmer!

So go on and I about the flat line you smug bastard, but don't for a second overlook who caused it!



CPL's picture

Just to put you further over the edge, I've not paid for my eldest son's college not because he doesn't need it, but he doesn't deserve it with a 50-70% GPA and he's taking a fag-assed arts degree instead of a useful degree like engineering, medicine or science.  Could not stand paying for a pot degree.  My daughter coming up has seen her brother under the spotlight and reestimated her requirements of university and decided on baker.


There is a finite amount of money in the universe and it is not for a six year degree.  Guess what?  Your mum and dad are coming to yank their savings from your mouth soon child.  Once that is done, you will learn how to be an adult once the third burger is flipped.


At least my son did.  So will you.  WHy is it always the first and third child that think that the sun shines out of their ass.  Someday, someone will care, until then not a fuck will be given.

philgramm's picture

Looks like somebody needs a hit from the bong

gorillaonyourback's picture

oops sry cpl didnt see not at you gorilla

skippy's picture

You are a fine provider of cannon fodder , salute self made man!

CPL's picture

Thank you university.


You shall all be amazing....sorry ran out of steam.  Just like how the money runs out this year and you must all get a goddam job.

Mom is now dead, that's a pot, that's a pan.  Move your own ass to the stove.  Fucking boobs.


May they all die of cancer as they should and the sad fact is I'll live longer than you skinny/fat slobs.  For ten years I hire Mexican's.  They can actually work.  If you twinks wish to work I have spots open.  $14 an hour, you can live in one of my apartments I provide, Ontario, It's your to discover.  If you pick your own place then I give it to one of the lads that works for a living. for a living...???  Fuck me, can't even get a Canuck to work a days labour.

skippy's picture

May I have a barrow of your orb of enlightenment, the truth spills forth from your lips like fine young things having their head shoved over a crack in the ground.


Skippy....only question is how far the mental pedophiles limb reaches up your posterior to induce such clarity of others not   

SamuelMaverick's picture

CPL, the article was against collectivism / socialism / communism. 

Michael's picture

I made a new Youtube in honor of the world wide revolution.

Homey D. Clown comes out of hiding to support the Revolution. He don't like that Police State Shit, nor da man, thus Revolution. Yours is a peaceful revolution to keep your freedoms and liberty. But when push comes to shove, sacrifices will be made, and they know it. They also know, they can't get all of us.

Homey D. Clown Don't Play Dat Police State Shit Thus Revolution

Hephasteus's picture

Yanked. They really hate you michael.

johnnynaps's picture

This Homey "the" D. Clown is debt free at 31 and working on a 2nd degree (which will not put me into indebtedness) and he doesn't like the police state either. If mom and dad were able to bang outside in the park.......then why can't we? Oh, you mean they took our tax dollars and put "security cameras" in the park?! Wait a minute, our county is broke and they put in more cameras? Who made that prudent financial decision? Oh yeah, a baby boomer.

Get off your high horse asshole. We don't want to conform to your social norm because it strips us  Generation X and Y'ers of liberty while paying us a disgraced wage. We have to hit that bong to remain sane while your "peers" make the most ridiculous fiscal decisions to futher rip our communities and liberties apart.

aerojet's picture

Every fucked up thing I have ever experienced in my entire life has had the signature of some Baby Boomer control freak all over it.  It gotten so that I am numb to all of it. I just want to run these people down with my car.  I recognize that not all of them are bad, but I simply can't keep being fucked by them any longer and not do something about it.  I kind of think that's why that asshole in Tucson went crazy and shot Giffords.  I don't get why he shot the little girl, but I guess when you finally go over the edge into madness, you tend to lose control completely.  I don't see how we don't have a mass shooting every day in this stupid country.


Want to fix things?  Suffocate a boomer that has control over something.

A Nanny Moose's picture

You seems to have fallen into the trappings of collectivism. Free your mind.

pan-the-ist's picture

I've said it before and I will say it again.  The fucking boomers managed, in one generation, to fuck up everything the greatest generation fought and died for.  Fuck them.

uraniuman's picture

aerojet - you appear to be peeing upwind. I didn't get a net worth of 8 figures by whining online about my elders. It usually takes 40 years of hard work and a little luck  - a Boomer Farmer

pan-the-ist's picture

You're enjoying those subsidies.  Do you even work your field or do you just collect the dough from the government?  Fucking socialist.

uraniuman's picture

Yes , I work a1000 acres all by myself, with the biggest fucking equipment I can buy. The subsidies? Don't need it - give it away to ungrateful pissannts - like you.

pan-the-ist's picture

I am sure that you'll rationalize those government handouts somehow, just like your queen Shelly Bachmann.

Sean7k's picture

As long as we target each other, rather than the people who are responsible- they win. It is important you understand this. The elites have always used the divide and conquer technique- to pit us against each other. Will you so easily fall for their trap?

The only hope we have is if we stand together...

GreenSideUp's picture

Homey, this boomer has been fighting for your, my and everyone else's liberty since before you were born.  And speaking of security cameras, at a local meeting a couple of years ago, your Gen X and Y peers couldn't pull themselves off the bong long enough to show up and speak out against them.  Either that, or they were too busy swooning over the Teleprompter in Chief.  

So get off your high horse already.  This tyranny didn't come upon us overnight.  Quit blaming some faceless collective and join the community of those who are at least attempting to dismantle the police state.   

johnnynaps's picture

Ok! Good one! The people don't make decisions, Congress does! Congress- 535 blood-sucking Boomers.

Realist's picture

Yeah, fuck all of this trying to get along with each other shit. What we need is more arbitrary name calling. That's how you prove you're a mature adult!

In all seriousness though, I actually think that what would get us out of this economic mess would be if people stopped trying so hard. If people sat around and smoked more bongs, they might actually think about what they were doing more instead of just watching the trends trying to choose which wave to ride. 

If people put more time into reading books and less into working boring meaningless jobs that don't actually seem to accomplish anything, it might actually be fun to socialize again, and folks might want to help each other along the way, rather than being paid to. If you don't want to smoke it CPL, that's fine, but at least let me grow it, because someone has to do something to soak up all of the CO2 you're spewing out.

G-R-U-N-T's picture

"If people sat around and smoked more bongs, they might actually think about what they were doing more instead of just watching the trends trying to choose which wave to ride."

Hm...I heard smoking bongs destroys brain tissue as per your comment indicates.

I suggest smoking loco weed this may be a more effective tool...


qrad's picture

You're wrong about Detroit. Property taxes are outrageous there. Even if you could "buy it all for a thousand dollars", your property tax bill would be approximately $1,000/house/year. That adds up fast.

buzzsaw99's picture

Except for one man, with an AK-47 and a Honda full of silver.

aerojet's picture

A two-pin "AK-like" semi-auto is not at AK47.

gwar5's picture

Thanks, very nicely said, Giordano!

The world works when everybody gets to follow their own dream -- and it's Darwin approved for diversity.

Collectivism kills because it depends on central planners trying to force everybody to follow their dream.

Sam Clemons's picture

Short the fuckin bounce.  STFB.

Devout Republican's picture

Stop the socialism. End the Unions! No more Entitlements! Let's take our country back!

Palin 2012!

born2bmild's picture

Dude, I asked you not to smoke ALL of the crack.

WaterWings's picture

Poor Repubs = meth

Poor Demos = crack

Quixotic_Not's picture

Take your RepubliCrap back to Freeperville, you're not gonna find support for (D) & (R) Kleptocrats here...

And take that attention whore Palin with you!

America Needs Community, Not Collectivism

'MeRiKans need to pull their Collective heads out of their lil' ungulate asses!

And becoming a Twit does NOT qualify as Community...

whatz that smell's picture

ungulate: a hoofed animal... ungulates include deer, sheep, elk, moose, caribou, ibex, goats, pronghorn and Asian and African antelope.

Sam Clemons's picture

Republicans have no real solutions.  Just another part of the same gravy train, for themselves.