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Wednesday, November 5th, 2008, 11:48 am

Change, Hopefully?

THERE will be a new guy and a new political party in the House. My personal feeling, however, is that the United States administration has done nothing to rid itself of corruption, despite the depression that seems to be coming as a result of deregulation. This means that those running the country will continue to be mega-corporations which fund and contribute to decision-making figures like Obama.

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2 Responses to “Change, Hopefully?”

  1. wispygalaxy Says:

    I remember hearing people hooting and cheering throughout election night when Obama won. There was a victory party in the student lounge.

    Let’s hope change comes.

  2. Mike C Says:

    Hi Roy,

    He might be black, have a kind smile, and be promising change, but i’m not convinced he will be any more virtuous than those that have gone before him. America’s dual party system is like two wolves and a lamb deciding what to have for dinner.

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