posted on Oct, 31 2010 @ 04:34 PM
Having read all of the articles mentioned in the first posting and the different posts that are given, there are a few things that can be stated and
Is the current administration in the White House worried about the November election, common sense would indicate that as to be yes, but not for the
reasons that many people would think about. Politics in general is a requirement of compromise, among beggars. For a senator to get one bill pass,
that senator would have to agree to vote on a bill that he may not agree on, make concessions and work to find compromises that may seem to damage his
integrity or even possibly his political career. Those at the top of the political chain of command have to balance between keeping their people in
line, and knowing then to sacrifice people to achieve something.
Everyone, from the person on the street up to the President of the United States of America, has a skeleton in their closet, that would make them to
seem like the biggest bad guy on the face of the planet at one time or not, make no mistake we are all no angels. And in politics, appearing like an
angle is more important than being an angle.
For the past 2 years, the executive branch and the legislative branch of the federal government has been under the control of the Democrats and under
the direction of President Obama. During that time frame, they have had ample opportunity to show the country how they could make a difference and
change the country for either the better or the worse. By having both the executive and legislative branch of the federal government, they could do
just about anything, they did have the numbers to accomplish such. While the congress has the power to investigate, and order that investigation, by
having the majority being in the same party and backing the president, those investigations could be shut down, as it were, put on the back burner,
and held up for a while. The constitution of the United States, is very clear as to which side has to do the investigating and which side determines
the actual truth and holds the trial.
But now change is in the air, and politics in DC is going to get rougher, cause both parties are afraid of the outcome of the election. This is not
cause they are threatened, but rather that the people of the country are waking up and demanding answers. And the old answers that they once gave or
the excuses are not being accepted by the people. People are looking and thinking about everything that has gone on, about what the reasons for votes
are, wanting justifications on the part of those who did the deed. And it has not helped that the very people who were elected, tend to think that
they are untouchable or unaccountable.
President Obama is worried right now, cause if the democrats lose control over the legislative part of the government, then he is going to be watched
and questioned, not only by the people of the United States of America, but also by the legislative branch of the government. Investigations that
were once put on hold, or fought over, will no longer be meeting with resistance, and could possibly go through. Too many people who were once close
to the President have left, or walked away from their positions, and the President has been for far too long, concerned about his image to the general
population. Looking good, and appearing to get something done, has been his motivation all along. Maybe a change in the congress and DC would be a
good thing, as it means that the President may have to swallow his pride, and do a bit of compromising and work together to get the job done, along
with not just trying to do stuff cause the other guy did it. He can not play the race card with those in congress, nor can he state that he did not
know. If anything he needs to wake up and see that just cause he has the authority, he needs to ask should he use it. Presidents in the past who
have pushed the boundaries of what they can do, have been put to the test and often have had to, in the case of a trial, defend those actions, lest it
be determined that they need to be removed from office.