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The 2008 Elections Will Be Stolen

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posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 11:16 AM
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It is too early to know how the general election will turn out. The final polls will probably differ greatly from where they are currently. Furthermore, popular vote is less important than the electoral college. The voting process is controlled on a state level, and there Democratic governors in 28 states. It is unlikely that Republicans will steal elections in these states. Furthermore, non-swing states are less likely to be stolen.

You can see Obama's views on Iraq. He asks the top US military commander under what criteria the US can withdraw, and he states he supports a timetable for withdrawal. He supports withdrawing, but he wants help establish an Iraqi government while the US withdraws.




posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 01:12 PM
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Essentially, the DNC has strong armed Obama into the nomination position, and the fix was in long before the nomination process every began. Obama is the most dangerous of the three. Anyone who has done research on Obama can see there is nothing honest at all about the man. First of all, he is a Muslim and a racist, and the elites of the DNC are clearly behind him.

What has become more obvious than ever before is that the DNC has no loyalty to the average working class American or the middle class. Obama is every bit as much of an elistist as Kerry was, if not more. My big question is, who will the media back? So far, big media has backed Obama in a way that I have never seen before.

McCain is the most moderate republican in the front runner position since Ike. While McCain has moved to the right to win the election, chances are that if he takes the white house, he will move back to the center.

McCain is probably the only candidate that will check the power of the moneyed elites. Obama has no respect for working class whites, and he has clearly shown this, and chances are that he has no respect for any other ethnic groups outside of his own, so he will do nothing about elitist attacks, rip offs, and rights violations of the working class that continues to get worse and worse. This is why I think the moneyed elites will back Obama over McCain. McCain won the republican nomination against the wishes of the powers that be, but I find it hard to believe that elites will come together to support Obama, being that his patriotism is highly questionable.

This might be the fairest election in decades.

As far as the Clintons are concerned, the elites has never liked the Clintons, which makes me like them all the much more. The saddest fact is that after all we have been through with GW, the U.S. public is still as gullible as ever.



posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by poet1b
McCain won the republican nomination against the wishes of the powers that be, but I find it hard to believe that elites will come together to support Obama, being that his patriotism is highly questionable.


Tell me then, who did the powers that be want to win the republican nomination? Huckabee? Romney? Paul?



posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 07:13 PM
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or Guliani, anyone who could get votes except McCain, but that is who they wound up with.

Hard to believe that the repub front runner is hard up for cash to finance his campaign. Even now as the recognized Nom, McCain is struggling for cash donations. Where do you think Obama gets all of his money? Will we see a huge wave of bankruptcies of all the people who have borrowed on their cards to send Obama money. Maybe Obama's money is being laundered from the Saudis.



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