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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Rampler #106 (11/5/08)

The Rampler #106 (11/5/08) (39:45 / 36.5 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – November 2008 – Track 16
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Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank walks around Midtown Manhattan. Topics: Lucifer, jellybeans, and the New World Order (and The Beatles).
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posted by Frank at 10:16 am filed in Nov08,rampler  


  1. Gotta address some points you make that I don’t agree with.
    1. I’ve heard all naysayers to Obama use the “what does he ‘stand for’?” routine, and i find it strange that that question arises. He’s stated over and over some key points to his changes. Now, i’m not saying that he’s gonna be super president, not at all. And furthermore, I know he’s just as corrupt as any other politician, ie: he’s got lobbyists in his back pocket, etc., but to say he hasn’t defined what he stands for is odd to me. He’ll change the taxation to help benefit the middle class ( Hannity fans call it redistribution of wealth); he’ll not charge into confrontations w/ other nations via bombing, instead he’ll communicate until there is no other option. There’s two specifics he’s discussed several times. How did you not notice it? I think what you’re really saying is that he didn’t spell out the changes that you want more than anything, and yes i’m right there w/ you FEN on the issue of the Fed, but to say he hasn’t stated what “he stands for” is not a fair assessment.
    2. To say that things aren’t bad here economically? I have 2 personal friends who were business owners that this economy has run into the ground. There are several other small businesses right near where I live that have had to fold because of the economy. People aren’t spending money. This goes worldwide as well, my business sales have dropped by 1/4 since this last spring, because no one wants to spend money. Now, are we Kenya living in mud huts? No, but to say we are economically sound is once again, not a fair assessment. I do agree with you that the “powers that be” or “illuminati” are instigators of this, but it is happening, whether you feel it in NJ/NY or not.
    That’s all, feel free to tell me off. As always, keep up the awesome work.

    Comment by DirtyDingo — November 5, 2008 @ 3:46 pm

  2. Ringo had a hole in his pocket…

    “I’ve got a hole in me pocket!”

    Comment by Brian Jude — November 6, 2008 @ 1:48 pm

  3. response to your response in something “big” in change. his view on national healthcare would be considered quite a big change. I know the dems, especially the clintons have been championing this idea of some time, however, its never come to pass. if it did under obama, that would have to be considered big change, i feel.
    now, don’t get me wrong, abolishment of slavery is a “BIG” change, and national healthcare is not on that level. but, the only “BIG” change a politician could truly make in this day and age in my opinion would be to demolish the FED and create a governmentally owned and run mint. But, good luck w/ that one. the banks won’t have it and they run the country.:(

    Comment by DirtyDingo — November 6, 2008 @ 3:07 pm

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