Just the idea that people would consider voting for a CFR member, an ex-Federal Reserve Bank branch president and an ex-IRS prosecutor who spent a summer living in a kibbutz show the level of ignorance in our nation. I guess it proves that fluoride in the drinking water and 24/7 TV do work. Absent from the debate in the above mentioned article as was Alexander Snitker in Florida when he ran for the US Senate in 2008 is Congressman Ron Paul. Browsing thru the headlines of other media outlets is noticeable that Ron Paul was also mostly invisible there too.
The next president as usual unless we have a Revolution in which case there may not even be elections in 2012 will be the choice of the bankers, the corporate media and the foreign lobby (not to call its name). The majority of the people will vote for the candidates they suggest and the rest will waste their time righting on the ballot the name of the real patriots. Unless the foundation of the electoral process and its rules are changed to take the power away from those who control it, we will continue to have president puppets sitting on their laps and it will not be the people's choice because the real patriots names will not appear on the ballots.
Real change that will benefit the American people will not come from the hollow words of a setting puppet, this can only happen when the rules of the game are changed for their benefit. The US political casino has set the odds in a way that it is impossible for the people to win, the house always does.
Hard to find Ron Paul in any of the media articles. If one is not in their pocket cannot appear on their show.
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