Monday, November 3, 2008

Will you be casting the right vote this coming election day?

Let's find out, shall we?

I felt it was my duty to better inform those of you that might be stuck or not sure on who to vote for this upcoming election.
Do not come away from this reading as " This guy just wants to discourage us" but, to understand why you will be voting for who you are voting for in the first place.

This election will probably be the most important and crucial time to vote than ever before. I can't stress it enough.
From the economy being on the brink of collapse, to undeclared wars waging in, of all places, the Middle East.
Keep in mind on the war that, it is an un winnable war, a farce if you will.

Here is the late Aaron Russo on the " War On Terror " farce.

Barack Obama on the one hand has said during the primaries that he was against the war and got voters to go for him because of it. Then in future debates to today, he says " We have to see the situation on the ground, we also have to keep a presence ( our base ) in Iraq.

Through history, there has never been a foreign country who was able to occupy and control the Middle East. That is another note to keep in mind when understanding that, a " presence " will no more end the war, than it will persist it.

Given the history of U.S. Foreign Policy and it's bias towards the Middle East, they have every reason to despise any kind of U.S. presence. Keep in mind, it is " Policy " to blame, not the " American " people.

In a nutshell for those who think Barack Obama is any different from George Bush on foreign policy, it has already been noted that his foreign policy will be almost identical to the Bush Doctrine.

This video below is a rant from a very informative, Davis Fleetwood on Barack Obama and the Bush Doctrine.

As for John McCain, I'm sure you have heard people say that he is a maverick or a rebel type because he goes by his own principals and at times, against his own party on votes and issues. That may be true but, if you hear on why he does, it is more so about " power " than it is about " principal "

Aside from voting with George Bush most of the time, he has one of the most liberal voting records, next to Barack Obama.
I hate using the word " liberal " but this is the one time that it fits the description.

I can write a book on the many reasons on why not to vote for McCain but, I won't.

You hear today of people ( the GOP ) calling Barack Obama a " Socialist " then the MSM laugh about it or brush it off as if it is so extreme to think a democrat could be such a type, but is it?

Obama wants to tax the rich and give to the poor and middle class. That, by it's nature, is socialism my friend.
That isn't all. He also wants to provide education to all, healthcare too all, and more.
Point being, in a perfect world, maybe this would make sense, as there would be no corruption, but this isn't a perfect world, and the only thing that has worked through history is..... Freedom.

Freedom to choose if you want something
Freedom to choose if you want to do something
Freedom to live, to work, to breathe to live your life by your own rules and not regulation.

Keep in mind that on the economy, it was government intervention in the first place that created the massive crisis we're in, not any " Free Market Capitalism. "

In a nutshell, if it were truly a " Free Market " then the companies that were so greedy ( as it is said ) would have collapsed with no help and new companies would have risen. That is a truly free market. Not bailing anyone out. Which by it's nature, is corporitism. ( a softer side of Fascism )

Those of you upset about the bailout, know that BOTH candidates voted for it.

The following video goes into great detail on how this economic crisis came about:

Bottom line, It is important to understand that while one candidate might preach on helping the people of America, it is important to know that they cannot possibly do all that they preach.

Both are going to have to raise taxes whether you like it or not, both preach on creating programs ( which will create new taxes )

Neither talks about cutting back any spending
Neither talks about changing the direction of our foreign policy
Neither talks about any crucial subject, aside from saying " The American People are tired of this or want this "

The following videos below will best summarize these two candidates that are seen to be some kind of change from the past candidates.

Watch these with an open mind and research what is said for yourself to see what is truth and vote tomorrow with your heart and soul and not solely on who's popular.

Here is the good Doctor, Dr. Congressman Ron Paul On Barack Obama's " Change "

Just so I don't favor the Republican over the Democrats, Here is Mike Gravel ( Former Democrat Alaskan Senator )

Who Is Barack Hussein Obama?

Who Is John McCain?

Should you feel stuck? Should you get disillusioned? Not at all.

There are the 3rd parties who are in the race.

For those of you who might say " Oh, That is a wasted vote "

I recommend you watch this video.

That video is, as you can see, of Chuck Baldwin ( Constitution Party )

The other 3 candidates running are:

Bob Barr ( Libertarian Party )

Cynthia Mckinney ( Green Party )

Ralph Nader ( Independent Party )

Let me also put my two cents to those who look at Obama and compare him to the late, Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama are no where near one another.
Pick up your jaw and listen closely.

Martin Luther King Jr, was more of a libertarian who believed in Individualism and not collectivism. What Barack ( and Democrats in general ) believe in is grouping people or collective theory. That whites get this, blacks get this and so forth.

MLK was all about Individual rights and the power for it to come through and break the barriers of color. Obama on the other hand want's to favor the middle over the rich and penalize the successful for the less fortunate.
That is not liberty, that is a form of tyranny.

Martin Luther King Jr. On America: ( Skip To 1:53 )

Come from reading this post as a more knowledgeable person, an individual voter not a group thinker but a free minded one.
Know that this election, unlike the many before, depends more so on just who looks great as a speaker but about the peace within the country and the world.

Vote Smart, Vote Wisely, And most of all...VOTE!

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