posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 11:49 PM
You're right. We don't truly know whether or not they are deceiving us given the rhetoric that candidates have given over the years.
But, if you listen to his voice when he speaks - he sounds (according to my personal definitions) very sincere. You can tell he doesn't have that
assertive "we must do this/that".
He sounds like he is very distressed and caught up when he gets into his discussions. Whereas the others just provide feedback that everyone wants to
You can not help but feel a sense of frustration in his voice on certain topics such as foreign policy. He even almost always messes his words up.
I've noticed he almost stutters all the time. It's as if he's trying to say something, but can't get it all out! Like it's coming from him,
rather than a script. He's racing his own thoughts.
"We need to get out, and stop interfering with other countries' business all the time". Those exact words undermine america's goals for the past
40-50 odd years, and he isn't afraid to use them.
Who knows, it may all be a sharade after all to get our sense of security back - and they may want us to think this way - but #, it sure beats any of
the other options.
Come to my country. Listen to our prime minister speak compared to our last one! SHE'S a robot! She tells people in that slow monotonous voice what
they want to hear.
You'd have to watch videos and make up your own mind, but try and analyse their talking and gestures.
Have you also noticed that he barely nods his head when other candidates are talking? He respects their say. But whenever he talks, they just move
their shoulders and disregard him.
For what it's worth, try and also familiarise yourself with the poll result controversy surrounding the maine caucus. Look up his fox videos and try
and find one that hasn't had some sort of "technical difficulty".