posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 10:43 AM
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
He isn't a "prophet."
He is an intellectual that hasn't been corrupted.
He is often criticized for his monetary and fiscal policy, but here is proof that he knows what he is talking about!
He is also criticized for his foreign policy, but the status quo is obviously having the opposite of the intended effect, so his record of being
correct should give him credibility for future decisions.
Explain how it is "cult-like" to look at someone's past performance and then expect them to continue that same behavior. Doesn't it seem more
"cult-like" to follow the popular candidate of the time that either has sealed records, or no records, or conflicting records, but the population
buys into them anyway just because of slick words, handsome suits and mainstream support?
Who is really more "cult-like?"