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Double Talk Clinton Years American Dream Reversed

Blog: #7 of 10 by Ray Tapajna

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January 3rd, 2013 - 12:12 PM

COLOR ALL STATES PURPLE .....Ray Tapajna's new rendition of his topical artwork titled Double Talk is from his original Clinton art. Search under the title of Clinton Years American Dream Reversed and you will find millions of resources and references. Google shows 3,290,000. Adding Double Talk to the title and you will find about 1,800.000. Yahoo, Bing, Yandex (Russian) and others have similar results.

See worldwide ratings at http://www.graphicsforums.com/public/list.asp?id=1247 where it is number one in views.
See story about it at http://tapsearch.com/clinton THE DOUBLE TALK FROM THE CLINTON YEARS IN THE LAND OF IS CONTINUES AS PRES BUSH AND PRES. OBAMA FOLLOW PRES. CLINTON'S LEAD

President Bush and President Obama have followed the "Double Talk" of President Clinton about free trade and globalization. If free trade was subject to a popular vote, it would have never passed. Workers have no voice in the matter with international entities like the WTO and the World Bank controlling the flow of wealth outside the will of the people. See http://tapsearch.com/tapartnews - Ray Tapajna Living Journal Keeping History Straight

We have only one major political party in the USA and it should be called the Globalist Free Trader Party. There are no Blue or Red states. There are only Purple ones. Purple is color you get when you mix red and blue together. It is also a the color of bruises. Color all states purple with so many workers suffering the bruises of free trade and globalization. See http://color-all-states-purple.notlong.com

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