A Couple of Things…

Once we have an actual front-runner in the Republican party I will do their charts. Right now, despite Obama’s struggles and people’s frustration with the status quo I believe everyone knows that to go Republican is akin to turning back the clock to the Dark Ages. If anything the energy is moving more toward the left. People are awakening to the truth that we’ve been swindled for a long time with “Trickle Down Economics,” destruction of regulations that protect us from psychopaths who get in positions of power in business and how opening the gateway to China (done by Nixon) also opened the gateway to a restructuring of the entire financial system without any protection for American workers. Of course this all happened at a slow enough pace that it took until now for people to put it altogether – now that we are in the center of a crisis.

My intuition is that at this time there is no Republican candidate who can win against Barrack Obama in 2012. If there was a thriving and viable left leaning third-party – a candidate from it, might stand a chance, but as is, there is no way  the Republicans can win the presidency. I doubt they will even be able to keep whatever seats they have now that are up for grabs. If there is a chance to make Congress majority Democrat I believe the public will do that in 2012.

I can run a chart on Herman Cain – perhaps I will since he’s been the front-runner for 3 weeks or so, but his chances of winning the nomination are about as good heading the KKK. Seems unlikely that the hoards of people who want to take the country back (from what, I’m not sure) would vote for an even darker president. Not to say they are racist but yes, they are racist. And Herman Cain is about as able qualified as the crappy pizza’s he hocks.

But then we got a bunch of e-mails from my father-in-law who is a big time Republican about the glories of Cain so I suppose I’ll have to look at the idiot’s chart for good measure.

Many blessings on your path,

Denise

I just realized McCain was President Obama’s last political, opponent. Funny.

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A Couple of Things…

16 thoughts on “A Couple of Things…

  1. I feel that Cain is the black man whom racist Americans are “liking” to prove that they are not racist. If that makes sense. I would love to see viable great candidates who are of color. Maybe the 3 week rise of Cain is ironically “progress” in this country.

  2. barry says:

    The reason not to like Cain is because he is the ultimate Fed insider. He was on the board of directors at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The Fed is at the root cause of all of America’s problems.

    Everyone here should educate themselves about the Fed.

    1. zoma777 says:

      That and he likes to sexually harass the ladies which you can totally see. I haven’t bothered to run his chart because I figured it wouldn’t be worth it. I knew he’d get wiped out soon for one reason or another. Thanks for the info about him and the Fed. That’s creepy. The Fed is very weird. Why is it set up this way. It seems entirely wrong.

  3. barry says:

    The Federal Reserve Bank is a private bank. The U.S. government borrows money from it instead of issuing it itself. And no one knows who owns it.

    “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”
    Thomas Jefferson, (Attributed)
    3rd president of US (1743 – 1826)

  4. Agreed. What the US government doesn’t control its own money doesn’t make sense at all. The name “Federal Reserve” sounds governmental enough, another deception.

  5. barry says:

    Here is a posting at zerohedge.com about the Federal Reserve Bank and Bernanke. The best comment I read there about this article is that Bernanke gave his speech at Fort Bliss headquarters of the Army’s First Armored Division.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/bernanke-says-any-criticism-federal-reserve-based-“misconceptions”

    quote
    Does anyone wonder why Bernanke chose to speak to the military? He has shown his hand. He is not the fool many take him for. He continues to exploit and support the system, just as his masters demand, but he knows the game is up and probably has for some time. Much will ride on whose side the military comes down in the days ahead. The same conniving sycophantic skills he employed to rise through the system, he now uses to try hold the military’s allegiance to the status quo (and to him personally). For the status quo to hold in America through the days ahead, the military must remain loyal. However, the military’s loyality must be purchased, and Bernanke bucks may not get the job down, no matter how cozy he gets with men in uniform.
    unquote

  6. Juno says:

    @ Barry, yeah, and Bernanke probably wants to ensure that the military will turn on its own citizens when the unrest grows, which it will. you can already see what seems like an emerging police state the way police around the U.S. are going after OWS protestors now.

    @Denise – what do you think of the Israel/Iran situation, or Turkey/Syria?

  7. ElaineS says:

    @Juno Its certainly worrying this Iran situation, more so for the UK at moment in what they did to our embassy and basically defaced our heritage and stole the photo of our Queen. Then of course the UK expelled the Iranians from their Embassy so it seems the Iranian government has been seen to actually encourage the storming of the UK Embassy and are itching for a fight. The fact that Conservatives have been trimming our defences and cutting our troop numbers is pretty worrying. Those toerags in power in the UK are the kind that start a fight then run away and leave the poor to deal with it. Very worrying indeed.

  8. AMERIKANISCH says:

    I wonder if we can get a prediction from an apolitical astrologist? So far, all of the astrologers who have predicted the 2012 election are definitely leaning politically to the Democrats -which makes me think there is a built-in bias.

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