Comment: Must I dare ask; what will it

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Must I dare ask; what will it

Must I dare ask; what will it take before you, and those like you, quite giving an organized mob -government- the benefit of the doubt? Seriously, if you knew someone who was being abuse, but continually believed the abuser's lie, what would you think of the naivete of the abused to constantly believe the abuser?

First Bank of the US
Second Bank of the US
The Civil War
The 16th Amendment
The 17th Amendment
The Federal Reserve
WWI
The Bonus Army
WWII
Iran in '48 and '53
Anti Gun Laws
Anti Civil Rights laws
Korea
Vietnam
The Gulf of Tonkin
Kent State
Taken off the Gold Standard Completely
Creating Al Quaeda
First Gulf War
Ruby Ridge
Kosovo
Waco
Oklahoma City
Somalia
911
WMDs
Egypt
Lybia
Syria
The Patriot Act -Previously called the Omnibus Counter Terrorism Act of 1995
by Joe Biden, even though it was written by the RAND Corporation around
1991
NDAA
The Enemy Expatriation Act

Do I really Need to go on?

Yet you still give them the benefit of the doubt.

Our court system is built so that the Government MUST prove their case; essentially saying that the government is lying unless they can convince 12 people -in a courtroom- otherwise. How has the government proven anything to you? Do you even require the government prove anything they say to you? Sad individuals.