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Originally posted by JohnWdoe
This is a typical sociological event being used to enforce the system to be, the one world government.
Bush was a puppet and i would not be surprised if the people behind the scenes planned this out all to well... Its very scary to see some posters on this site think this is a "good" thing as Barack will use George and co to further degrade the country when in reality he is working with the same people who destroyed it.
This plan is so genius that i wouldn't be surprised if people even thought i was a shill or trying to "take his thunder".
How much money did these people spend on Obama to get him into this cult status??? ALOT!! now you tell me why they need this! they need to make it look so cut and dry that the average person (and you) think its just that easy, well folks Obama is the prime subject to bring in a one world government, if you look at what he speaks about the red flags should be flying all over the place.
The Federal Reserve will not stop until the dollar is broken and this is EXACTLY what Obama IS doing... now he will blame everything on Bush and his neo-con friends when in reality the situation will become there card to a "new age", this has all been planned in a sense of what human beings react to on a social level... I must say its working absolutey perfect and i don't know how long it will take people to realize whats really going on with Obama.
He tricked everyone into believing in the mutant country, not for hope but for design. We need people all hyped up and willing to throw down everything for this to work, without that normality will continue.
Normality is not the problem the Federal Reserve and its interests are, i knew its not that black and white but they will drive the country into shambles all the while we think we are being set free... It sickens me to see my thoughts which i might add gave credence to serious doubt of whats really going on, but rest assured i have known these things personally for sometime and when i see them unfold and fool i stand in shock, the manipulation being used on us is something i have never EVER seen before.
The truth seen in stuff like this is so far from the end result that it dictates the end result.
Originally posted by jam321
If Obama goes after Bush, he is in for a war with the Republicans in Congress. They will scrutinized his every move and will try to impeach him for the smallest of things. Politics will be at an all time low. I got a feeling a lot of this is just wishful thinking.
Originally posted by Son Of Liberty
Wow. Maybe I was wrong about this guy.
Seems like he's doing a lot of good things, just on his first day.
Subsequent presidents Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, and George H.W. Bush periodically invoked executive privilege, but it was the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administrations that really abused the idea.
Bill Clinton invoked executive privilege to keep the health care task forces held by his wife Hillary Clinton shielded from federal open meetings laws. He would again invoke the doctrine to stymie investigations into Hillary Clinton's firing of White House Travel Office employees, and then again to prevent his aides from testifying in the Monica Lewinsky case (he lost that particular fight in court).
George W. Bush moved early to shore up executive privilege, blocking efforts to investigate his predecessor Clinton's role in the fundraising scandal involving campaign contributions from non-U.S. citizens. He also blocked investigations into Clinton Attorney General Janet Reno. Bush's non-partisan deference to presidential power reaped benefits, as he'd go on to invoke executive privilege to thwart attempts by Congress to look into his own administration's scandals, including the U.S. attorney firings, years of missing White House emails, and the cover-up of the friendly fire death of U.S. Army Ranger and former NFL star Pat Tillman.
What we see, over and over, is that the executive privilege doctrine is most often invoked to prevent congressional committees, independent counsel, and other oversight bodies from investigating possible legal and ethical breaches by members of the executive branch. It's not being used to promote candor and open dialogue among presidential advisers, but to prevent the public from learning about possible abuses of power by members of the administration, and from holding those members accountable.