Romney now running for Bush's 3rd Term - Full Bush Neocon Team In Place

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posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 11:46 AM
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I totally agree.




posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 12:40 PM
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It is now apparent that the Republican candidate field consisted of lunatics, fanatics, haters, idiots, a sociopathic suit, and Governor Jon Huntsman.

I think you know who got the fewest votes.



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 01:18 PM
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G'day to my American mates

i sense if Obama or i prefer Ron Paul dosnt win i honestly think ww3 will happen

i know i will survive, i am in a good location considering,but i want my brothers and sisters with me if possible in the new age

know THIS: Russia has a line drawn in the sand and its IRANS BORDER

its no hair of my chiny chin chin if anyone believes me but if you think Russia is going to give more warning you must wake up, they know they cant, more than they have, this is fairdinkum. Man has made leaps and bounds in science but not in spirit knowledge

know THIS: we re-incarnate in what we deserve
if we want to be free we NEED to stand up, it will always be that way

a handful of banksters are all it is

keys:

1. the fed
2. lame stream media ownership

Be like Kirk and No emotion (Spock) in 1, The Primal Forces of All Knowledge are:
Reverence and Venerability for both good and bad as we evolve from both equally.

The new age is going from faith to reason, many things will fall, the church and banksters and the populous countries wont always be, control immigration, watch France

i love you Americans and i believe you will manoeuvre through the obstacles i think people need to turn of tv or
just watch star trek and star wars


we are here to evolve



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 01:44 PM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder

Originally posted by bjax9er
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so your voting for obama?

a write in for Ru Paul, is a vote for obama.

Actually I wont be voting at all because I do not even live in America. I have no hidden agenda to convince you of anything, I'm just telling you the facts as I see them from my outside perspective, my unbiased external perspective.

But if I had to choose between Romney and Obama it would most certainly be Obama. However I would simply do a write in for Ron Paul because I couldn't bring myself to vote for either of those disgusting puppets.


unbiased

thats a hoot



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 01:50 PM
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Obama hasn't ended DHS, TSA, NDAA.

I'd have to say Obama IS Bush's 3rd term!



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 02:36 PM
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"Bush's 3rd Term"
I like that. This is why the GOP is downplaying GW. Romney is merely the understudy so the Republican play can go on. Mittfalca, trained by the GOP to do the political sport of message.



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder

Originally posted by bjax9er
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so your voting for obama?

a write in for Ru Paul, is a vote for obama.

Actually I wont be voting at all because I do not even live in America. I have no hidden agenda to convince you of anything, I'm just telling you the facts as I see them from my outside perspective, my unbiased external perspective.

But if I had to choose between Romney and Obama it would most certainly be Obama. However I would simply do a write in for Ron Paul because I couldn't bring myself to vote for either of those disgusting puppets.


Well, thanks for chiming in from afar. I bet if you visit Chicago in November, the local groups can get you registered and you can vote, maybe a couple times even.



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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Good grief, between you and OutKast, I have just lost time that I will never get back.

0bama had old Clinton aids and some new aids that run in the Socialist and Marxists crowds.


LOL, I'll take Clinton's aides over Bush's cast of neocons any day. These were the same neocon war hawks who made unilateral interventionism standard operating procedure.


Few advisers personify the pugnacity of Romney’s foreign policy team better than John Bolton. He has been a steadfast opponent of international organizations and treaties and seems never to have met a war he didn’t like. Shortly before the invasion of Iraq, he told Israeli officials that Syria, Iran and North Korea would be the next US targets. Over the past few years Bolton has been an outspoken proponent of an Israeli attack on Iran. “Mitt Romney will restore our military, repair relations with our closest allies and ensure that no adversary—including Iran—ever questions American resolve,” Bolton said when endorsing Romney. “John’s wisdom, clarity and courage are qualities that should typify our foreign policy,” Romney responded.


Goons like this will go out of their way to keep the world at war since it benefits his ilk, and he doesn't care what damage it does to the USA or what it costs. We are neck deep in the after-effects of the worst recession to hit the USA since the Great Depression, in large part to the neocon agenda, and even now, with a Democratic president, we can't get out from under the sway of the neocons.



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 05:37 PM
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I have a hard time thinking there is much difference between the two. Seems to me like they are both on the road to stopping Iran, along with Israel, and this of course, will start the End Games.



posted on Aug, 3 2012 @ 05:57 PM
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Comparing Bush's aides to Clinton's aides - what a hoot. 8 years under Clinton this country was doing a lot better than 8 years under the tyranny of Bush and neoconservatives.

Now they're back. Technically they never really went away, just bid their time and used their allies in congress to obstruct any sound financial policies that might have restored sanity to the economy. Romney can go to ---, and take his neocons with him. Obama's biggest failing was when he declared "we will not look back", meaning he would not prosecute or investigate the criminal actions of many of these neocons. Now they're poised to return to the white house? WTH America?



posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 12:32 AM
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And on another note, where the hell is Rumsfeld?
How the hell did he not get invited to the party?


Rummy was prone to open-mouth-insert-foot disease, so not surprising he didn't get invited back for the neocon reunion. He was caught one too many times openly boasting of the neocon agenda.

Take a look at this video of Rumsfeld when he said that the psychological impact of 9/11 was wearing off and the "behavior pattern" of citizens showed a lack of concern about terror attacks - and suggests the "Bush administration's agenda will only be achieved after a new terror attack". His words. The words of a neocon.

The same group that now comprises 70% of Bush II's Romney's war cabinet.




posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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If you missed this post on infowars: Neocons Float “Mushroom Cloud” Condi as Romney VP

What neocon team would be complete without Rice? Remember the Downing Street Memo? Or Condi Rice declaring the US has the right to invade any country even under false pretenses?

Instead of examining her assertion that the United States has the right to invade other countries under false pretense, the corporate media at the time paid more attention “to Rice’s stylish clothing and her future job prospects, from her professed interest in becoming National Football League commissioner to speculation that she will be part of the next Republican presidential ticket,” Robert Parry wrote in 2006.


All coming together as part of the plan. The next major war in the M.E. (Iran) has been predetermined.



posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 11:37 PM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
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And this is supposed to be surprising news?


Maybe to the half-asleep sheep who can't see what's right in front of them...

Shocked I am not. Now watch people elect this man simply because he's not Obama.

It's all so predictable... people are just too dumb to see it.

And I know someone is going to say "look at you putting yourself up on a pedestal and calling everyone else stupid". Well I'm sorry if the truth offends you. The truth will be the truth. People are MORONS.
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I'm sorry to say it seems like OP could be right, and I agree with every word above. THEY (or more appropriately, THEM, like in that movie...not the new one... the old one that chews bubblegum and kicks ***) have streamlined their process for social manipulation it seems.

They have dumbed down and divided the population so much, sometimes I wonder if there is any hope toward proper education for the public, or a future that doesn't involve total control.



posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 12:03 AM
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Colin Powell on Mitt's neocon's (after Romney's comment that Russia was our number 1 geo-political enemy);

"Look at the world. There is no pure competitor to the United States of America. All of the problems we talk about -- Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, you name them all -- come to about 700 million, 800 million people in a world of 7 billion. What are the rest of them doing? They're increasing their economies, they're building wealth, they're educating their kids, they're building an infrastructure. That's what we need to be doing."

Yeah, let's keep the neocon dream alive of rebuilding the Middle East according to the Project for a New American Century, by unilaterally attacking, occupying and rebuilding those countries, while our own rots from inside. Try driving through areas of Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, South Bend, Chicago, etc. -- you would have to travel to Beirut Lebanon for an improvement in the scenery. The only reason for the neocon focus on the Middle East is to let Big Oil keep it's meat hooks into the region. We're spending trillions over there while we spend nothing on our own infrastructure or education. That's trillions transferred from our economy to theirs, with the Military Industrial Complex acting as the shady middle man.

As long as the United States stays embroiled in that part of the world, the rest of the world is leaving us in the dirt. China dominates the world - not through it's war machine or military - but through it's economy and industry. The average Canadian family is now wealthier than the average American family. Don't get me wrong, I love Canada, but you know how books and magazines have two prices on them, one in US dollars and one in Canadian dollars, and the Canadian one was always higher? Well there dollar is now worth more than our, pretty soon those books and magazines will have to start printing the higher price in US dollars. This is just one of the many prices Americans will have to pay for the globalization pushed by Reagan and ushered in by neocons.



posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 08:01 AM
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Blah blah blah. Neo-con this, right winger that.

Funny, as many old Clinton aids have left the sinking 0bama ship.

At least Clinton knew how to govern, and was a real Democrat Liberal, not some Progressive Radical.

Hell, even Carvell knows 0bama is a disaster.



posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 08:03 AM
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6 of those years only had a Democratically controlled Presidency. And, Clinton realized he needed work for and with the Repubs to have any kind of success.



posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 11:11 AM
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And, Clinton realized he needed work for and with the Repubs to have any kind of success.


You must be confused. Republicans today are the ones refusing to work with anyone except their own special interests. They were willing to tank the economy and keep it in the tank just to hamper the pres. watching repubs vote down or block acts that would have done this country some real good was a stab in the back.

there's a cabal among the elite repubs and dems that seek to keep the power in the hands of the elite, and keep the country way to the right with their socio-economic agenda (the Koch's come to mind).

Reagan is rolling in his grave, even Nixon would be rolling in his grave at the modern repub party.



posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 12:08 PM
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Originally posted by Macabe
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And, Clinton realized he needed work for and with the Repubs to have any kind of success.


You must be confused. Republicans today are the ones refusing to work with anyone except their own special interests. They were willing to tank the economy and keep it in the tank just to hamper the pres. watching repubs vote down or block acts that would have done this country some real good was a stab in the back.

there's a cabal among the elite repubs and dems that seek to keep the power in the hands of the elite, and keep the country way to the right with their socio-economic agenda (the Koch's come to mind).

Reagan is rolling in his grave, even Nixon would be rolling in his grave at the modern repub party.


Let me rephrase. Clinton was FORCED into working with the Republicans.

I for one, not being a Democrat, do not like 99% that is pitched by Dems and Liberals.

But, I do agree that the Rep party has gone astray as well.
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posted on Aug, 6 2012 @ 12:54 PM
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Reminds me of Obama's first weeks in office. Remember all of the Lobbyists and former Clintonistas who got new jobs. Holder was the worst pick out of that bunch. Can't say I miss Rahm either....

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Just when you think DC politics might get just a little mixed up for a change. To much back scratching and too many paybacks in DC. From all sides..





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