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An Election Conspiracy -- Romney Isn't Suppose to Win

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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
I have a question.

The "GSB" people that are refered to here.

How would they benefit from a total economic collapse?

How would they benefit from WWIII with global war, destroying everything?

How could"they" benefit from a collapsed infrastructure, if it is the infrastructure that enables their power?


Some people just want to watch the world burn..................




posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
I have a question.

The "GSB" people that are refered to here.

How would they benefit from a total economic collapse?

How would they benefit from WWIII with global war, destroying everything?

How could"they" benefit from a collapsed infrastructure, if it is the infrastructure that enables their power?


The same way they benefited from the crash in the early 20's. The people who pulled all their cash before the collapse were left with all the money and the people were left clamoring with nothing.

War=money. The major players are part of the Military Industrial Complex and any conflict lines their pockets with more cash.

The current infrastructure limits their power somewhat, they'd like to have it removed and then implement their full agenda in order to have further control of large areas. Having multiple countries set up in Zones, such as Europe for example allow for centralized control of the governments, therefore the people.

~Tenth



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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As I stated in another thread, Romney wasn't their first choice. In fact, he was their last! They threw every bozo they could at us and left us with the best wordsmith who could lie to our faces while holding the biggest smile. Meanwhile, they have probably the most intelligent man in politics in Ron Paul who truly understands the problems with our economy and even predicted them, and they did everything in their power to quash him.

Sounds like they want the s###-house to go up in flames.

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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 02:23 PM
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I appreciate your enthusiasm for Ron Paul, but he does not get the GOP the moderate vote needed to win a presidential election. Paul is a fringe candidate with radical ideas. Some of his ideas are decent enough, but most are down right scary and he is certainly not the best candidate the GOP could put forth.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 02:28 PM
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Originally posted by usernameconspiracy
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I appreciate your enthusiasm for Ron Paul, but he does not get the GOP the moderate vote needed to win a presidential election. Paul is a fringe candidate with radical ideas. Some of his ideas are decent enough, but most are down right scary and he is certainly not the best candidate the GOP could put forth.


Ron Paul is qualified to be a GOP nominee. . .



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 03:58 PM
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With all the not-so-subtle gaffes lately by Obama himself and his "supporters", I would say TPTB are favoring Romney.

Plus, Romney may in fact have a "better" royal bloodline.

We all know what that means


This article has an interesting comparison of Obama and Romney.


It is in the quality category that Mitt Romney substantially wins over President Obama.

President Obama has only one single digit cousin (9th cousin or closer) who was either a U.S. President or a U.S. Vice President, President Hoover (8th cousin three times removed, 8C3R).

Mitt Romney has 14 single digit cousins who were either a U.S. President or a U.S. Vice President, and eight of them were Presidents.


Romney Leads Obama in Presidential Genes

I guess Romney will be elected


Also, I think it is possible that Obama wants out.

Think about it.

He and Michelle stand to make 10's of millions on the public lecture, book, and TV circuit.

4 more years in Washington delays all that "opportunity" !!





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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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I thought about this too, Xuenchen.
Imagine that. You and I thought the same thing and neither thought involved Goebbels or Obama being related to Malcolm X! Cool beans.

I really do think there is something to the idea that in the best interest of certain corporate insurance companies, that we now have a man who introduces mandated healthcare and he's running against a man who godfathered the mandate.
-Sure it sounds silly on the surface, but we do know that politics now is all about giant profits for private big wigs, and we know that there's a giant game being played.

Maybe the insurance company universal rep defeated the oil indudry and military contractors universal reps at a game of poker and it's their turn to cash in. All the while we're supposed to believe that the guidlines in place will hamstring the insurance companies and that they're not going to be making bazillions? Gimme a break. Everyone will be paying them premiums. They're in heaven. Mittens love the idea too. His tax return probably have an undisclosed amount from an insurance entity for him to employ the state mandate.


 
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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 04:07 PM
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Originally posted by usernameconspiracy
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I appreciate your enthusiasm for Ron Paul, but he does not get the GOP the moderate vote needed to win a presidential election. Paul is a fringe candidate with radical ideas. Some of his ideas are decent enough, but most are down right scary and he is certainly not the best candidate the GOP could put forth.


Boy, that sounded like you just parroted a paragraph from the worst of the worst neo-con, Fox News propaganda that was getting old months ago...lol

Fringe, radical?

If you're a supporter of the military, prison and healthcare industrial complex, corporate welfare, destroying the middle-class and sending this country down the tank...yea, I can see how you feel Paul's ideas of free markets, sound money, small government, and ending the wars are fringe and radical!


What the amazing thing is, that last paragraph I wrote can also describe Obama.


I do appreciate your shot at this. NOT



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