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In the US of A, oh how things have changed. Nowadays corruption doesn’t seem to matter.

Jolanta 8 June 21

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Plutocracies are corrupt by nature.

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Unfortunately, corruption is a part of most governments. We are no different. Our history is rife with examples of corruption; Lincoln & Colfacx County Wars, Teapot Dome scandal, the Robber Barons, etc.. It's always been there, just not always as openly practiced as it is today. You are correct to be concerned and cynical given this kleptocracy in Washington today.

t1nick Level 8 June 21, 2019
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Yes Jolanta, we all drink until we drop, however that is forgivable because the stupor allow us to forget bad foreign advice, such as yours.

Bobby9 Level 8 June 21, 2019

Really, what "advice" have I given you, oh you who come from that country who considers itself to be the policeman and leader of the world and would not understand advice if it hit it on the head.

@Jolanta Your comments are advice, I'm not suprised you don't understand that. My country is the best on the planet, and if you don't like it, too bad, because there is absolutly nothing, nothing at all, you or your country can do about it.

I am happy to see you actually made a readable reply verses the childish nonsense you used previously. Maybe in another 110 years or so you will gain actual world knowledge.

@Bobby9 Your country is the best on this planet. In what category, can you please inform me. Oh, yeah here are the three things that the US excels at; Number of incarcerated citizens per capita,
Number of adults who believe angels are real, and
Defense spending. I would not say any of those are to be proud of.

@Jolanta Best economy, freeest political structure, richest, good starters.

What you approve of is of no interest to me as it is obvious to me you are a surface thinking social do goober. Good intentions, but poor execution.

@Bobby9 What is a do goober exactly? Best economy, yes very good for the rich but bugger the rest who have to work two or more jobs just to put food on the table and pay the rent. And you are talking about free political structure, where have you been? Australia has free political structure and so has many other countries. What is richest or good starters?

@Jolanta A "do gooder" is someone who sees problems but has no clue about how to solve them other than lament that they exist.

By the way, where are the "secret U.S. prisons" you referred to? You never told us where they are, or how you came to uncover these "secrets".

Your depiction of how revenue is spread in the U.S. is wrong, and obviously the result of you reading propaganda. There is a VERY large middle class here, irrespective of what you read. Unemployment is very very low, and the truth is anyone who wants to work can easily find employment.

To answer your question, I've been in the U.S. Where have you been? Ever been here or are you calling balls and strikes from the bleachers?

You spew typical unsupported gossip, you really have no clue what is happening in the U.S.

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