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Take back the capitol

you know what's cool about American people? Basically they are cool people.

What we should learn from the American people is not to stress out when we have a case or when we star political campaign, No need to fight no need to stress out. There are many cool ways to deliver your message to people in charge and there are many cool ways to deliver your message to people.

Making change isn't that easy task though, it's not bush the button kind of tasks, it needs you to be passionated about it and patient in waiting for real changes, the following video proves that democracy is learned experience rather than just legislation that people don't know how to use it, it's a tool and you have to learn how to use this tool else you will hurt yourself.

This video is by informal group of concerned citizens (and aliens) centered around Motion study which is the process of analyzing work in order to determine the cost-efficient motions for performing tasks.

These people want to get republicans out of the white house because they believe that they have absolute power and they want to take back the capitol for many reasons like the cost of Iraq war cost one billion a week. Another cool thing about Americans is that they abuse the use of kids in their campaigns unlike us, in this video they have nice kid wearing a t-shirt have I'll still be paying for Bush's war when I'm 64" on it which might be true.

Americans have to support either republicans or democrats now, I hope they will choose the best for their own good.

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