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BAIT 'N SWITCH: Romney and Paul Ryan use "repeal and REPLACE" meme.

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posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 12:42 PM
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When both Romney and Paul Ryan come out today and use the code meme "repeal and replace" you know the fix is in. Replace? With what? Romneycare? Don't be surprised. You think it's "for the people" when it's rubber stamped and written by the insurance companies? These ghouls want your freedom, your money and they want total centralized power.

Look, when there is a polarizing figure like Obama, the Illuminati (fabians, Bilderberg, elites, whatever you want to call them) will bring in a moderate who will, once elected, favor the same agendas (drones, war, spending, erosion of rights, whoring to corporate donors, poison you in every way imaginable in your food and water whilst keeping you barely alive long enough on Big Pharma drugs until you're completely fleeced and broke) -- but it will SEEM like since the "extreme" ideologue "socialist" is gone, there's nothing to worry about anymore.

They just paint the same turd from blue to red.

They're very smart.

Radicalize with Obama, push the country a little further than it wants to go, then bring in Romney to quiet us all down and co-opt any grassroots uprising that might threaten the system (Tea Party, etc).




posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 01:13 PM
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Yep, they gave all of the political ideologues a new battleground for several decades to distract them from the noose being tied around their necks.

Romneycare will be defended till the death by Republicans and demonized by Democrats and there will be no substantial difference between either except who gets the legacy rights.



posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 06:41 PM
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beautifully and succinctly worded



posted on Jul, 4 2012 @ 06:47 PM
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I dont actually see that working. I mean the reasons you listed are why Obama was such a hit back in 2008. Everyone was sick of Bush, war, and corporate greed. Obama came in and offered change and seemed really progressive which is what captured the youth. There is no chance in hell of Willard pulling that off.


 
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