When Did the USA become ARAB?

About: van jones group plans american -arab spring- revolt | washington examiner

Obama's self-proclaimed communist ex-Green Czar Van Jones:
Source: ... An Egypt-styled “Arab Spring,” which has put radicals in charge of the government, will be launched in the United States this spring with a war on “corporate power, Wall Street greed and the political corruption of the 1 percent,” according to the group headed by former Obama green aide Van Jones.

  ... something for the professional protesters to do, eh? More MOB action! Can't win an election with Obama's record of failure what else is there to do?
WTF?  I suspect that it is harder to get non-Arab tribes to revolt, but who knows? The 99% non compos mentis crowd may be able to whip it up. To what purpose? - we already have a radical in charge of the government & plenty of corruption in that very same government.


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Seth says
Yep, rebuidthedream.com has much the same feeling as Glen Beck's rallying for the Tea Party ...

... both were tools to sell books.  So now we are going to have a re-branding of the 99% ... well it needed some re-branding.

Hey, i have an idea, re-brand both together so that they would solve real problems ... rather than just sweeping the indemic contradictions in both radical directions under the table. 

Mark de LA says
... & while you folks on the left are beating up on corporations know that the US has the hightest corporate taxes in the World.
source: ...

There aren’t many American-owned companies more iconic than Anheuser-Busch, the famous producer of Budweiser beer based in St. Louis, Missouri. That was true up until 2008, when the Brazilian-Belgian company InBev executed a hostile takeover of the historic brewer, leading to layoffs of more than 1,800 workers. Unfortunately, conditions in the United States are growing ripe for even more takeovers like these to occur, especially now that the nation’s corporate tax rate is officially the highest in the world.

As of yesterday, the U.S. corporate tax rate of 39.2 percent claimed the world’s top spot, edging out Japan which recently lowered its rate from 39.5 percent to 36.8 percent. (The U.S. rate includes the 35 percent federal rate plus the average rate the states add on.) That’s well above the 25 percent average of other developed nations. Heritage’s Curtis Dubay explains the impact on companies based in the United States:

... So as Obama & Congress raises taxes on corporations the net effect is to fire US employees & export companies & profits to foreign shores. Nice, eh?

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