posted on Apr, 7 2011 @ 03:33 PM
reply to post by hmdphantom
I think we can't blame Obama for this. because he is not in the position of power.
You have GOT to be kidding me.
Even entertaining your argument of some kind of shadow-government for a bit... you seem so convinced that such a "shadow government" would want a
war with Libya and would want to see our nation in such a debt crisis.
What logical sense does that make? Certainly, a group that has risen to such power, nearly invisibly, would have some sense amongst them. The debt
crisis is making people upset, adding to the turmoil and chaos. The more chaotic the system becomes, the more factors you have to bring under control
in order to stay in command of that system. Everything that you are proposing is the work of a "shadow government" goes completely against the
goals and objectives of such a government - which would value stability and predictability over chaos and uncertainty not directly engineered or under
their complete control.
When grandma and farmer bob start appearing at local meetings and gun sales start going through the roof - this is evidence that the excitement is not
engineered or under any one group's control.
So, at what point do we start to hold the President accountable for his actions?