reply to post by OldBoy
Lots of members of government and of the world belong to clubs and societies. Yes. Now, what you consider "slimy" I don't know. There is a great
array of adjectives in the English language that would soothe certain groups or organizations of men.
I have a question for you. ARE you part of any secret society? That would be the only way to justify your judgment and preconception about them,
because if you are not part of a secret society, how could you possibly know they're, hmmmm, well.... slimy?
By the way, yes... many politicians are Skull & Bones, Freemasons, Eastern Stars, Golden Dawn's etc. Slimy politicians, all the same... I hope you
can exclude from your list President George Washington, a Freemason that was offered at a point to become king of the United States and he declined;
he said that this country would be erected in pure, fair and democratic concepts. Really! Look it up, notice that the USA, with G. Washington was the
only democratic state of THE WORLD! Yet... because he was a mason, he's slimy? PLEASE!
In secret societies, the people that join come from different paths of life and are all different people, just as in the "common world". Therefore,
in Skull & Bones, Freemasonry, etc etc..... you will find both: good and bad people.
Our country is in a pivotal stage of its own history; it is so dramatic that at this juncture, we either make it or break it. Therefore, we should be
judging our leaders by their character, by their ideas, by their policies, by the plans they have for our future... not by hearsay or rumors nor
preferences nor affiliations. To discriminate people for belonging to a club or society is as ignorant as discriminating people for their race, gender
or sexual preference.
Please note: our words speak for ourselves; they are our ultimate judge and will at last condemn us or set us free. Think well, before criticizing
something of which you have NO CLUE!