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Daily Kos: Obama or violence?
 They really, really like Obama there


This election is a battle between Beta (Clinton, McCain) and positive Gamma (Obama).
The forces of the status quo however do not realize that they can not stop Gamma, they never do.

This election, and the way an Obama administration is going to perform, is the crossroads for the
American Nation. Either reform or revolution. The powers to be are not going to cede their powers
voluntarily. They never do. If Obama fails, there will be someone else and there is no guarantee that
this is not going to be someone like Lenin, or worse, Hitler.

The United States of America are on the brink of a major revolution. I am not talking about some
fuzzy "internet revolution" or similar hogwash but the real McCoy. I mean armed uprising, riots, civil war.

So if Obama fails, the Kossacks are going to riot?

Gee, if *I* made $10,000 a day, I'd have a smile on my face.

Christ, $10,000 a day?  That's like Halliburton money.
Why is Kos so angry?

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