posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 01:01 PM
This is being presented in prediction format because i beleive if i were 'the powers that be' ( as they are so often refered to at ATS )
this scenario is the option i would view as my safest bet to continue the direction we are currently heading. I'd also like to mention i am not alone
in this line of thought, there are other members who i have seen post this in response to other threads, i have not yet seen a thread dedicated to
it's discussion though so that is why i post this now.
Another thing i'd like to point out is that i am in no way under the impression that there exists in america a two party system (
republican/democrat, left/right ). What does exist is a simple scheme used to divide voters and votes as well as reduce presidential candidate
numbers to two choices ( among other things ). So that is another reason why this is in prediction format, to include the valuable knowledge that
this is in no way a political party/particular politcal party member bashing thread! If you realize that the dual political party system of america
is nothing more than a system of control - you will understand. If you disagree, and you beleive that republicans and democrats are not
one-in-the-same then i encourage you to still read this and participate in discussion ( however for those i would leave with this bit of wisdom: the
truth to those not ready is nothing more than a lie )
Last election in america we learned a couple things. When Sarah Palin ran with John McCain 'against' Obama and Biden there was alot of critical media
frenzies. Some of it was directed in every direction, some of it somewhat biased. What i would like to get into though is the criticism of Sarah
Palin during that time and until now. It would seem even after the election, and before any real conclusion Sarah might run for president, that the
criticism of Sarah Palin never ended. McCain, well for this discussion it can be said he's pretty much out of the picture. He is not even needed for
this scenario to exist. Follow the media and you will see that Sarah Palin is now attracting 'attention' without need for McCain.
SO. During the last election the various outlets for Sarah Palin criticism became 'very good' at smearing her. Now, i'm not saying she doesn't
posses qualities or reasons to be criticized - i'm saying that she was 'chosen' to be spotlighted in the media because of the ability to smear her
becoming increasingly easier as well as the general population being gauged as seeming to really buy into the smear campaign fairly well.
After the election her attention was not stopped. She needed to feel special enough to have her own motivation to run for president. Obviously, the
best case scenario would be for her to not be aware that she is being used as a scape-goat to get Obama re-elected ( for obvious reasons ), so she is
given enough spotlight to feel popular enough, and become confident enough to choose to run for presidency.
Meanwhile, the media's job would be to potray her as 'the upcoming republican choice'. This means regardless of her popularity the media will have to
simply portray her as being popular enough so that people will beleive she has been accepted by that demograph/party/etc. While this is happening,
use of all smearing techniques learned from the last election until then will most definitely be employed.
She will be marketed and hype up the idea that it will be a 'close election' when in reality she is just being used as an easy defeat. Because, as i
said earlier in the thread, there is no two party system, only one party working behind the scenes.
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