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President Obama, here's how to get conspiracy theorists to support you

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posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 07:29 AM
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President Obama, what if Ron Paul was working for you, if Alex Jones was working for you, if the conspiracy theorists were working for you? Wouldn't that be a better scenario than trying to round them up into FEMA camps or have them micro-chipped?

And what would it take? Billions of dollars? A Czar position? Secret access to NWO plans?

No! All it would take is obeying the Law of the Land.

So long as you tell the truth and not use your position as a war monger seat, the conspiracy theorists would have nothing bad to say against you, and would probably make documentaries proving your worth rather than exposing your crimes.

So long as you don't use the CIA to smuggle drugs into the country, Alex Jones won't have anything against you and would probably encourage people to join the army or marines.

So long as you follow the constitution as it lays out sound money, Ron Paul wouldn't have to waste his time trying to convince people to not let a private monopoly run the country, and instead he could use his spare time to create financial laws that actually make sense and help people instead of hurt people.

So long as you use gold and silver as legal tender, and not over inflate the currency to obnoxious levels, the businesses would have no reason not to stay in America.

So long as you don't infringe on State rights, States would not be forced to use the 10th amendment as a response to a threat to their sovereignty.

It's that simple Mr. President, can you try and fit that into your tight schedule? I think at this point you'd be willing to try anything.

(p.s. if any feds are monitoring this, please give this message to President Obama, I would email him, but you know how that is, a secretary would read it and then probably toss it. Okay, thanks for protecting America from the bad guys that you created).




posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 08:02 AM
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What I don't get is this.

They can write the laws, but they still break ones they don't bother changing?

I just don't get it. I would change the laws and then do LEGAL stuff, cuz you know we "made it legal".

But then again, our elitist crowd isn't exactly much brighter than our average joe, so of course they would forget little details like that.

Seriously though, what kind of idiots 1) Have power to change laws and 2) Don't bother changing it and just break the ones on the book right now.

It just seems really really incompetent imo. Did they not think this one through or what?


Maybe I am wrong about this, but for some reason I dont think so.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 07:46 PM
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Get it through your heads guys, no one wants conspiracy theorists working for them.

Rational people know 9/11 was by terrorists, they know FEMA camps are set up for disasters and relocating people that have lost their homes (like new orleans and katrina), and know we landed on the moon.

Conspiracy theorists think 9/11 was an inside job, they think FEMA is setting up concentration camps to kill everyone, think the moon landing was fake, and think the government is drugging everyone to make them stupid.

Conspiracy theorists in general are bat# insane, and can't think coherent if their life depended on it.

Maybe if you conspiracy theorists spent more time in reality, or spent more time actually DOING something about all the # they complain instead of blowing smoke people would actually take you seriously.

There was a news channel (democracy something, I don't even know if it's an actual channel) that interviewed the guys that did the loose change video. They had a couple of journalists that spent time researching 9/11, and interviewed tons of people that would have the experience/knowledge to answer questions about any discrepancies.

The entire time the journalists where respectful, tried to debate politely, and argue their points. The loose change guys where irrational, angry, and half the time cut off the journalists off with just "You're wrong, you're a liar!" without actually giving any facts to back up their claims.

People like THAT, people that draw up insane theories out of nowhere and make # up instead of trying to do research are what pop into peoples' heads when they think "conspiracy theorist"

And that's why no one takes conspiracy theorists seriously, and that's why Obama doesn't want you "working for him"



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 08:06 PM
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Originally posted by jeffkingman
Get it through your heads guys, no one wants conspiracy theorists working for them.

Rational people know 9/11 was by terrorists, they know FEMA camps are set up for disasters and relocating people that have lost their homes (like new orleans and katrina), and know we landed on the moon.

Conspiracy theorists think 9/11 was an inside job, they think FEMA is setting up concentration camps to kill everyone, think the moon landing was fake, and think the government is drugging everyone to make them stupid.

Conspiracy theorists in general are bat# insane, and can't think coherent if their life depended on it.

Maybe if you conspiracy theorists spent more time in reality, or spent more time actually DOING something about all the # they complain instead of blowing smoke people would actually take you seriously.

There was a news channel (democracy something, I don't even know if it's an actual channel) that interviewed the guys that did the loose change video. They had a couple of journalists that spent time researching 9/11, and interviewed tons of people that would have the experience/knowledge to answer questions about any discrepancies.

The entire time the journalists where respectful, tried to debate politely, and argue their points. The loose change guys where irrational, angry, and half the time cut off the journalists off with just "You're wrong, you're a liar!" without actually giving any facts to back up their claims.

People like THAT, people that draw up insane theories out of nowhere and make # up instead of trying to do research are what pop into peoples' heads when they think "conspiracy theorist"

And that's why no one takes conspiracy theorists seriously, and that's why Obama doesn't want you "working for him"


And yet for the people who aren't, as you generalized, "irrational and angry", who do present a logical, rational argument showing eerie coincidences, and present such cases whenever they have a chance in a polite manner, asking for an explanation, I have YET to see a point where every argument was refuted and explained, and those being asked the question themselves act irrational, laugh in their faces, and ask the local authorities or guards to escort them out and arrest them, which would be a violation of that thing called the constitution.

I know, you government disinformation agents and conspiracy forum lurkers don't know what the constitution is, or freedom of speech is, so I can't lay all the blame on you. Oh. but I'm sure it is just a coincidence that you signed up today just to post this single message berating conspiracy theorists on a conspiracy theory site.

But thank you for outing yourself, it is really appreciative of how stupid you people are that you can't even do your jobs well.

Tell Obama, nay, tell everyone in the District of Columbia a kind denizen of ATS gives them the middle finger salute.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 09:18 AM
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it's called Democracy Now not Democracy Something, and the loose change guys correctly called the "investigators" a yellow journalism outlet, because that's what it is. The 9/11 Popular Mechanics article was written by Benjamin Chertoff, as in cousins to Michael Chertoff, former director of Homeland Something (I'm not even sure if it's a constitutional department


It's sad that you accuse conspiracy theorists of being irrational yet the first thing you say about them is ad hominem attacks without backed up by any facts. The loose change guys are just the messengers of 9/11 facts, so if you really want to debate the issue, debate the facts, not the people.


Interestingly, you created your account on January 22, 2010, the same day you responded to this thread. I'm guessing you're a fed. If not, you don't know the real facts.



[edit on 23-1-2010 by ancient_wisdom]



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