No joke; I’m voting Cthulhu for president in 2012. Here’s why you should too.

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posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 08:41 AM
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Cthulhu loves me, this I know,
This His high priest says is so.
He'll not eat me, no, not yet,
He'll wait until at least we've met.

Yes, Cthulhu loves me.
Yes, Cthulhu loves me.

Yes, Cthulhu loves me,
His high priest says it's so.
edit on 17-9-2012 by Erongaricuaro because: (no reason given)




posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 06:25 PM
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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
I would be very careful about who you "vote" for, joke or not.

When you participate in elections, you are agreeing to allow another entity to rule over you.

edit on 17/9/12 by NuclearPaul because: (no reason given)

Ditto that and all joking aside.

Any such things are ultimately exactly that, so beware because the whole thing has a bad track record of coming back to bite you in the you know what. Its another form of energy transaction, you are agreeing to give up your sovereign rights to the wills and whims of another, be it a person, a system, a bureaucracy, or even an entity.

And also it seems to attract certain characters and types who well may not have your best interests in mind, if they have your interests in mind at all, by participating in such things you are actually enabling it and giving it life at the cost of making yourself a cog in its system, it is the basic law and nature of things in this world. Not that its bad in itself, but you know such things have a bad track record.


As for Cthulhu, well it seems that in this world some got hopes and dreams, others have ways and means. But none of that would apply to it.



posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 07:04 PM
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Originally posted by Helig
For me its a tossup between Cthulhu and Odin however I'm leaning towards Odin since he already has made good on his promise to eliminate frost giants
Odin has many fine qualities, and I think he would make a fine leader.
But Personally, I don' have anything against Ice Giants, as a matter of fact, some of my best friends are Ice Giants. That doesn't mean I want my sister to marry one, nor would I be thrilled if one moved in next door, but still, some of them make a valued contribution to society. Can't we all just go insane?




posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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Originally posted by galadofwarthethird


Any such things are ultimately exactly that, so beware because the whole thing has a bad track record of coming back to bite you in the you know what. Its another form of energy transaction, you are agreeing to give up your sovereign rights to the wills and whims of another, be it a person, a system, a bureaucracy, or even an entity.



That's the whole point of voting for Cthulhu; you are telling the establishment that you are on to their games and that you refuse to validate their corrupt system by casting a vote for one of their "legitimate" candidates.

Voting Cthulhu says you refuse to take part in their silly system because you know its just a bunch of smoke and mirrors to keep us distracted while the powers behind the scenes continue their reign through their selected puppet president.

Voting Cthulhu means rejecting the system.



posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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I don't really want the job. You don't need to vote for what-his-name, you can vote for a third party. They have some opposite ideas, but enough common ground to do some good.





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