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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    ...Think outside the box. ...
    Five minutes, 51 seconds to give an opinion.

    Twenty seconds was way long enough to give that opinion. The other 5 minutes and 30 seconds should been on what his idea of "Think(ing) outside the box" is.

    But the video is just a rant it seems. Not ONE idea on how he thinks we could do better by "thinking outside the box".

    Fine, the Elite are controlling politics. Let's have a 5 minute 51 second video on how to CHANGE that.

    Let's have, to start with, just 5 good "thinking out of the box" ideas, and talk about each one of those ideas for 1 minute each.

    It IS easy to say "This way isn't working."

    Okay, fine. We, the public, need to fix the problem.

    Let's hear your "thinking out of the box" ideas, so we can discuss them, see if they are workable.

    Give us people who can't seem to "think out of the box" some ideas to think about.

    Don't give us a 5+ minute rant on: it is all messed up. Give us a 5+ minute rant on HOW to fix what is messed up.

    Even give us 5 of your own (outside the box) ideas on how to fix the problem, Cooter.

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    Globalism?
    In most conversations this word implies subsuming citizen's rights recognized in the US beneath the blanket of citizen's rights as recognized by the UN, which doesn't include free speech, freedom of religion or the right to bear arms.
    Or, it is used when discussing US submission to economy strangling, unproven regulations based on junk science like the Kyoto Protocol.

    Please explain your use of the term, and throw a couple of proposed solutions into the discussion. "Thinking outside the box" is a great rallying call, but not giving suggestions is equivalent to calling for CHANGE without defining what and how.

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    This guy keeps talking about how much of a 'free thinker' he is. But I see him so wrapped up in his 'right wing republican' thinking, that's not free thinking at all.
    We cannot keep dividing everything into a left or right issue. We need to break free from that.
    There is something BEYOND the left-right paradigm, it's called globalism. Many of the people in power want to centralize and consolidate everything, and to perpetrate this schism between us is to keep us sidetracked from the REAL enemy, and bicker and fight amongst ourselves while they carry out thier agenda and blame it on the left or the right.

    Think outside the box.

    YouTube - How The Elite Control Politics
    He cooter have not see you around for a while. Where you been?
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    This guy keeps talking about how much of a 'free thinker' he is. But I see him so wrapped up in his 'right wing republican' thinking, that's not free thinking at all.
    We cannot keep dividing everything into a left or right issue. We need to break free from that.
    There is something BEYOND the left-right paradigm, it's called globalism. Many of the people in power want to centralize and consolidate everything, and to perpetrate this schism between us is to keep us sidetracked from the REAL enemy, and bicker and fight amongst ourselves while they carry out thier agenda and blame it on the left or the right.

    Think outside the box.

    YouTube - How The Elite Control Politics
    The way I see it, he's smart enough to know that ultimately, he, and not the government, is responsible for his safety.

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