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Should we have a Revolution in this country?
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djraw1
Jun 01, 2010
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Yes


jonjax71
Jun 01, 2010
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If you know the actual defintion of revolution you'll realize that there is a revoltution going on in the USA and other nations as well

 
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No


slosprint
Jun 01, 2010
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I think you need to define what you are talking about more. A revolution against what and to achieve what?

 
larryt700
Jun 01, 2010
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I agree that you need to define this debate more specifically. An obtuse revolution with nothing to replace it would be worse than where we are now. I think the best way to revolt is to do what we are doing now; which is removing incumbants and placing new meat into office. Eventually, they will get the point and will finally be by the people and for the people. It may take much longer but less lives would be lost.

 
redrave410
Jun 01, 2010
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hmmm...I believe in America we have elections, so if you don't like something or someone-its called VOTE! Now if any official was to somehow dissolve the branches of government and take complete control-thats the time for a revolution.

 
goodevil
Jun 02, 2010
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The question is “Should we have a Revolution in this country?” do you find any reason to do that, tyranny, oppression, injustice… can you??? according to elections Americans like their situation (however it is), revolution ain’t just a strong way to say no, it’s also to make things right in a hard way, and you can do your little revolution whenever you feel something wrong, and that is by voting and you should be grateful for that, in other place people wish to revolt in that kind of way instead being involved in a total chaos.

 
larryt700
Jun 02, 2010
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By definition? Uh, every time anyone gets elected could be a revolution...... Your dealer must have given you some good stuff.

 


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