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01/20/2012

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Richard Demuth

Apparently Mr. Celente wasn't aware of TWO extra parties: the Constitutionalist and the Libertarian. Yet NOBODY seemed to care or even be aware about them and their debates staged in the last two days before the election. They were all
fixated on the (personal not political) contest between Obama and Romnney; as if those were the only two candidates around. The problem is in the American character, which doesn't so much care for complex political issues further complicated by numerous factions, but for personal conflict and competition. In other words, most people are subjective NOT objective. And what happened to the 2012 social doomsday?

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