thought I would do the test and check for 'range and bearing' - given some
of the less than clear policy positioning that has occurred with regards
to american corporate policies and american governmental policies.
Given the following URL -
that asserts that ADM, is one three American firms to sign trade agreements
with cuba, ending the four decades of isolation, can this really mean
less than the recent American Oil Positioning in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan,
that the Bush Administration is paving the way for the actual invasion of
Cuba as a part of their Sinister SuperDuperReallyWaySekret Military plot
that they have been using the 'war on terrorism' to cover up?
Or could it be the other way around, we elect some draft dodger to the
white house, and the next thing you know he goes soft on communism and
is trying to cozy up to Castro?
Are we suppose to all go out in the street to protest against this obvious
corporate state militarism? Or denounce the RED in the White House????
ps: ok, so maybe deciding to watch Johnny Dep in Terry Gilliam's "Fear and Loathing" was not the right choice last night after the all too crucial second interview, and then stepping out onto the deck to notice that we were living in livermore was....
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