Friday, October 31, 2008

The War Of The Near Future...

First off let me begin with saying:

I have not seen anything or come across much that is really worth talking about. Aside from the usual antics of the candidates of who said what and how and so forth, everything else has been repetitive or just bland to even bring up...

I want to begin this one with the upcoming election day and about these 2, so called different candidates.

This election will probably be the most important crucial election that the U.S. has ever faced. Why?

This election is going way beyond simply electing someone based on a feeling, a hope, a dream of change. This goes into what the title of this post is, the war of the near future.

Today, whether you realize it or not, there is a hidden battle waging. Not with guns, bombs and bullets, but with Constitutionalists & Globalists.

Granted there have been battles within debate and exchange but today, more than ever, it seems that it is going to blow over into a mass scale and away from " just words " to a real " revolution " type of scenario.

Citizens of the United States are so relieved to have a candidate that isn't Bush that, they will vote solely based on great speeches and personality without realizing... they really don't know or understand what the person will implement or follow.

The reason I can easily say this is:

- The Democrats were elected in 2006 solely to stop the war, they haven't

- Obama says how he was against the war from the beginning, vowed to end the war at the beginning of the presidential race, and now says he has to see the situation on the ground and not pull out troops right away because it would be " dangerous " or " irresponsible " AND... Continues to fund the war that he was so against.

- If you look at his foreign policy, it is identical to the Bush Doctrine.

- All information isn't clear on Obama, from his place of birth of being born in Kenya, to associating with people like William Ayers.

- The many forgotten flip-flops of Obama

There is just so many unanswered things floating around that the average Obama Supporter doesn't even recognize or wants to hear. It really is sad. Very reminiscent of George Orwell's 1984.

Those in the media have been saying that the GOP has been calling Obama a " Socialist " and shocked or laughing at the fact that it's even brought up.

Obama said it himself that he plans to " spread the wealth " which, by it's nature, is socialism.
It discourages for someone to rise up, make more money tomorrow because of fear of being taxed even further.

He wants to penalize companies who outsource jobs. How does this make any sense? Instead of realizing that most companies who outsource, don't do it for being anti-American or against American workers but outsource mainly because of the volatility of the U.S. Dollar and to escape the regulations of the U.S.

Does his policy on anything make sense? Not one.

John McCain isn't alone in this because he preaches what Obama stands for, just not in an articulate way.

Both are for bigger government, both are for more wars, both threaten Pakistan & Iran, both VOTED for the bailout.

So, as you can see, there really isn't a major change. Here is the touchy one, the only thing that will is the color for the history books of past presidents.

Granted it is a long way that this nation has come to, to have the opportunity to have a black guy on becoming president but it should not be the sole reason to vote for someone.

Personally I see Obama as a socialist verging the country into Communism. People get scared or look at such words as old history, something that this great nation could never succumb to. All I have to say to that is, just look around and research the policies.

Nationalizing the banks, Healthcare for all, Tax progression of business to give back to the middle and lower class ( to have a level playing field ), and so forth.

No matter how many toppings you put ontop of a slice of pizza, it is still a pizza, just more enjoyable.

I go on and on about Obama and not so much for McCain simply because, McCain let's you know flat out that he either doesn't get it, has no clue or simply says flat out " There will be more wars. "

Bottom line, use this weekend to really research who you will be voting for and why. Voting for the " lesser of two evils " in the end is still, " Evil. "

On that note... Have A Safe & Happy Halloween.

I present the Weekend Watch: " Fabled Enemies "

" Fabled Enemies by Jason Bermas is the latest film to question the events of September 11th 2001. Instead of the focus being on physical anomalies surrounding the attacks, it focuses on a vast intelligence network and how they were able to succeed almost 7 years ago. "

* Note * As other documentaries that I have posted before, Watch this video with an open mind, otherwise, it can be get overwhelming.

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