8 thoughts on “The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation

  1. Treaded 07/20/2012 / 6:20 PM

    Classic man – we need more animation like this to lay it out for the giant sleeping majority.

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    • The Grey Enigma 07/21/2012 / 1:25 PM

      Please please please cross post, and circulate. I am not seeking fame or attribution, as I did not create this awesome animation. I am simply trying to help some good folks wake up, come to their senses, think clearly. :-). GE.

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      • Treaded 07/21/2012 / 2:39 PM

        I’ve sent this thing all over the world – and the response is the same…”I didn’t know these things”.

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    • The Grey Enigma 07/21/2012 / 1:24 PM

      Please circulate by all means, that’s why I post this stuff!! We must be like flashlights in the dark room that is imprisoning all the sheeple… some of them will use the chance to walk out. Grey Enigma.

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  2. loboviejo 07/22/2012 / 9:24 AM

    Just a correction on the Burr-Hamilton duel. Jefferson did not like Burr. In fact Burr is the primary reason Jefferson supported the 12th Amendment. Burr and Hamilton were both New York bankers though Burr slipped in surreptitiously when his family water company, the Manhattan Company (now JP Morgan Chase) got authority in its charter to lend money and issue notes. Hamilton had already dispatched a one of Burr’s cousins.

    The proximate cause of the duel was Hamilton’s endorsement of Morgan Lewis for the D-R nomination for governor of New York over Burr who acually represented the Federalist wing of the D-R party–Hamilton’s Federalists being on hard times. Burr was upset because Governor of New York seemed like his best (read only) option to run for President in 1808–Jefferson had pushed the 12th Amendment through and was supporting George Clinton, Hamilton’s political Nemisis leave Aaron Burr in the cold.

    The duel also sparked an Ivy League rivalry. Hamilton was a graduate of King’s College (Columbia) and Burr of the College of New Jersey (Princeton). Score: Princeton 1 – Columbia zip.

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  3. JM 07/23/2012 / 10:46 AM

    This should be required viewing in every high school civics class.

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