posted on Jul, 28 2008 @ 10:14 AM
What I really think…
What I really think about this election is that it DOES NOT matter who our next president is. It doesn’t matter if it’s Obama or McCain, because
the powers that be have this all wrapped up and they are going to have their way regardless which person sits in the seat. It’s all a game, It’s
all for show. It’s all to keep us busy, keep us distracted, keep us amused, occupied, while they do their thing.
So, you say, “Vote third party! Be smart like me and vote for Ron Paul or Bob Barr.”
And my question is… What the hell makes you think Ron Paul would be allowed to become the president??? What makes you think that voting 3rd party is
going to make ANY difference whatsoever? If there is no difference between Obama and McCain, why would anyone else, who this government permitted to
sit in the seat, be any different?
And you say that at least a vote for 3rd party will “show them” that we’re not going to do the 2-party system anymore! We’ll make a statement!
We’ll “show them”!
Again, I’ve got to ask… What the hell makes you think they care whether we vote for Obama, McCain, Ron Paul or Mickey Mouse??? So we “show
them”. Why? So they can laugh? Then what? Is there some illusion that if a lot of people vote 3rd party, in 2012 things will magically be different?
You stand up and puff your chest out and say, “Wake up, America! Vote third party”! Like you have some sort of answer and you’re smarter than
the rest. And as far as I can see, you’re living under the same illusion that all the Obama or McCain voters are living under - That you will
somehow make a difference with your vote. That you still have some power. Some control.
But you’re wrong! It doesn’t matter if you vote for a Democrat, Republican, Independent, Libertarian or Disney Character… They have the future
planned. So, for all your holier-than-thou preaching about how smart you are, I gotta say, you’re no smarter than those who are voting for Obama or
McCain. You’re just living under a slightly different illusion. You’re as delusional as the rest.
If you disagree, I’d LOVE to hear why. I’d LOVE to hear how you think voting for someone else is going to make a difference. And if you think
it’s not going to make a difference, I’d love to hear that, too. And if that’s the case, then why are you talking down to those who are choosing
a different illusion? So you’ll feel better about being screwed when the time comes?
Let’s say my doctor told me that I was going to die within a month, and I got a second opinion and a third and fourth and they all agreed that I was
on my way out… The fifth doctor I see tells me that if I take this one pill, that has NO side effects, I’d have a 5% chance of beating this thing
and living a healthy life. Would I take the pill? You bet I would.
That’s how I see this election. We’re “on our way out.” The people no longer have any power. The government has us by the short and curlies,
they have it all planned out and regardless who wins this election, the plan isn’t going to change.
Massive revolt is the only way out - and they’ve even prepared for that (prison camps). And besides, people are too comfy watching their big screen
TVs to step outside and think about a real revolution.
So, here we are, coming up on this “election” (for your entertainment and amusement, folks).
Now, if I’m correct, it doesn’t matter who I vote for. IT DOESN’T MATTER. It doesn’t make a difference. Nothing will change. If I vote or
don’t vote. If I vote for Obama or McCain, or write in Ron Paul or Bugs Bunny. NOTHING will make a difference in the outcome of this master plan.
If I’m correct, that’s reality. But I could be wrong. Maybe they haven’t covered all the bases. Maybe I’m just a bit paranoid.
Maybe there’s a slight chance (5%?) that Obama is what he seems to be. Maybe, if I vote for him and he wins, he will make a difference in the crash
course of this country.
I know… it sounds naïve. I know it could be false hope. But if the 5th doctor gave me a pill and said there’s a 5% chance it would cure the ill,
I would take it. That’s why I’m voting for Obama. Because even though I KNOW it doesn’t make a difference, there’s a chance, a slight
chance that I’m wrong.
And if I’m right, and the country is on its way to hell in a hand basket, then those who don’t vote or vote 3rd party, thinking they’re all that
for “being awake”; somehow wiser and more intellectual than the rest… well, they’re just as delusional as everyone else.
That’s what I really think.