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Is shutting the government down also to increase the want to privatize government?

Cause manipulators often have more than one reason for their actions. So actually destroying the full faith and credit is an end goal too.

"Sequester Cuts May Push U.S. Air-Traffic Control System to Go Private"

http://skift.com/2013/09/23/sequester-cuts-may-push-u-s-air-traffic-control-system-to-go-private/

Talking about how inequality is rising under Obama. Is this not the result of Bush

and other conservative policies over the last 30 years? Including the banking crisis. When Reagan had the economic growth was it not the result of equality policies of the previous 50 years? That is why Regan was so successful and Obama is not.

But people learn from the bad times

Maybe 100,000 people or more in Colorado have really changed their understanding on climate change. Maybe that many in the USA or more have also decided guns are not good unregulated. And maybe they will vote that way in the future. You don‘t wish bad things on people but, when the bad things are caused by the actions of humans, it is time for some deep thinking and feeling. And in a while a reconnection to the world with a healthier understanding of how it all works and our place in that.

Ah they want regulation for private property and financial institutions. Just not

when the regulations do not directly benefit them (by financial regulations I mean regulations that protect the ownership of wealth). They use Tarek al-Tayeb Mohamed Bouazizi, the Tunisian fruit seller who was harassed by the police for bribes and killed himself starting the arab spring uprisings, as an example of regulations hurting people. Fact is those police in Tunisia needed to be regulated to not ask for bribes and those regulations needed to be enforced. Tunisia needed more regulation not less.
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