Comment: I wish it were that easy, Treg.

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I wish it were that easy, Treg.

Certainly it is possible for a small group of ideologues to wield disproportionate political power -- but their influence doesn't derive from their dedication or their ideology per se; it comes from strong financial backers. Like the banksters. Like the Israel lobby -- which likely means the Rothschild clan. Big, big money buys a lot of influence, and THAT is how the neocons grabbed power.

Do liberty loving folk have anything to compare and compete with the people who issue the nation's currency? Dedication, yes. Money and influence, no. The ability to overcome election-rigging by TPTB? Doesn't look like it to me. Am I wrong?

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose