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Who Stole the American Dream?

Heist - Who Stole the American Dream?
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charles

Funny. A billionaire just gave me more back for my taxes. Go figure?

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Dave

apologist

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David

Who are the thieves ?
Reagan, Bushes, Clinton, Obama - sworn servants of the billionaire class

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