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It has been reported that North Dakota could lose about 210 soldiers under proposed budget cuts to the National Guard. Does that seem like a wise decision?

  1. Yes
  2. A little risky
  3. Not at all
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Mar-24-14 2:49 PM


(but not in our backyard.)

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Mar-24-14 11:09 AM

When you have no money at all, you can't spend money, you have to borrow or print.

Which is exactly what the US gov does.

Question: How much in interest does the US Treasury pay Wall Street banksters in a year's time on the money that Wall Street loaned to the fed gov so that the gov can keep spending like drunken sailors and why does Wall Street have control of the fed gov purse strings? Probably in the 300 billion dollar range. You pay taxes to pay the interest to Wall Street banksters. It's true, no lie.

The Russian Army should be occupying Wall Street to end all of the graft and corruption. The American people can trust the Russian Army more than they can trust their own gov. Truth is stranger than fiction.

It's the new normal in bizarro world.

Truth is Lies

Shake those chains.

Didn't Gov. Bill Langer station North Dakota guardsmen outside the State Govs Mansion when federal authorities attempted to arrest him for racketeering charges?

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Mar-24-14 10:18 AM

Well, you know, I think the state can fund its National Guard units separate from the federal government. If true, why wait and worry about the feds doing it?

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