I know that everyone, and I mean everyone is affraid of someone or something and that of course includes me. I said that to say this, the people who are going out of thier way to disrupt the town hall meetings are without a doubt scared out of thier wits. I mean those people other than the ones being instructed and paid by the wizards behind the curtains ( the insurance and drug companies). I'm talking about all those regular and unpaid citizens who truely live in the area of the town hall meeting have been listening and actually believing all the propaganda and hate speech. The really sad part about this is that they really think that they know what they are talking about. These are the same people who never try on thier own to find out if what is scaring them. Things like " death panels and putting grandma to sleep or forced abortions or concentration camps" and one of the most puzzling bits of ridiculous misinformation, comparing Obama to Hitler. HUH!? The reason that it is so easy for these people to believe and/or accept these lies is because they are Scared. They know in thier hearts that no one man could walk into the White House especially a black man(actually he's only half black, the other half is white) and in the space of less than eight months take control of the Federal government and then make all these things happen. The problem is, they're scared. Too much is happenig too fast, we're involved in two wars, the economy almost died and is now on life support we now have a BLACK president and an HISPANIC WOMAN as a Supreme Court Justice, oh my God, it's just too much. The lobbyist and the insurance and drug companies know that you're affraid and not thinking rationally and they also know that it is easier to manipulate those who are affraid and angry. It's a scenario that's been used since man started living in groups, first spread crazy rumors to scare the hell out of the most gullible and then sit back and let that stew for a while, then turn it up a notch with a lie that is even more ridiculous. Fear will do the rest Rumors, no matter how outlandish, if they are repeated enough times take on a life of thier own. If as a child you ever played the game "Rumors", you know what I mean. It is a very simple and informative game; you line up ten or fifteen people, one behind the other, the more the better,The person at the head of the line whispers in the ear of the person directly behind him/her once and only once a short sentence and so on down the line. The person at the end of the line has to repeat the sentence, no matter how nonsensical, that she/he received. Try it, then you'll understand. Rumors create fear and fear turns to anger. If you repeat a lie long enough, people start believe it, no matter how ridiculous it might be. To know the truth, never trust rumors or hear-say, check it out for yourself. "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing", but knowledge is the key. For those of you who choose to believe all these unfounded bits of so-called information and allow yourself to frieghtened out of your rational mind, don't let fear run your life, your controllers depend on it. Ask questions and then allow those questions to be answered. Don't be affaid of what you might hear. How can you make a rational decision without all the information. I know that some of you will never accept the changes that are happening continually and you are some of the ones that will fight to the death rather than give an inch, that's your problem.But for those of you who have only swallowed the hook, there's hope for you. Change is inevitable, there is no way to avoid it, you can either lead or follow and if you can't do that, get out of the way. Just because you're affaid and you don't want change, you don't have the right to stand in the way of the rest of us, the majority. Change though not always, is usually a good thing and in this case, it's a Good Thing.
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