I worry about the really evil, evil CFR power elite behind Bush’s throne. Mr. Paul is taking an extreme personal risk putting himself into the crosshairs of those NWO international banker globalists who control this government and are currently on a fast track to establishing their fascist, Orwellian rule over the entire earth via the SPP, NAU, and beyond.
They are probably wondering right now if it’s such a good idea to allow a maverick, Liberty-loving Constitutionalist to be planting the seeds of unorthodox thought into the minds of the mentally enslaved population that they have spent so much time and money brainwashing into amenability to their agenda.
Barack Obama, although not the kind of immediate threat to them that Ron Paul is, would also be well advised to watch his back very carefully. It would be much preferrable to have a mature and cynical bitch like Hillary in the oval office, whose husband has already served them faithfully, than some idealistic youngster who, upon coming to a realization of who and what is really in control of this world’s destiny, might become sufficiently revolted and disgusted that he would start threatening to throw some wrenches into heir plans.
I’m no supporter of globalism.
I recognize that this President, along with most of his predecessors, have sold out to internationalist corporate interests which are no friends of America. Their ultimate bottom line is the profit margin, not patriotism. But I have to agree with you that the current incumbent has thus far exceeded his predecessors to the degree he has been willing to accommodate these interests.
His failure to enforce our border laws, his appointment of an illegal alien advocate as his AG, his collusion with the Mexican Government to violate our borders and to persecute government officials - at least 5, some of whom are Hispanic-American citizens - for upholding the laws he is flouting, is unprecedented.
George Bush II has assured us that no member of his family will ever succeed him. He has been responsible in part for the loss of Congress to the Democrats and the shadow of his incompetency looms over the candidates running for the Republican nomination which is why they frequently invoked Ronald Reagan - the greatest President of the 2oth Century, instead of Bush II.
The government’s failure to stop the gradual evaporation of our industrial base to companies overseas threatens American prosperity, American jobs, the American dream and way of life, and most importantly, American Security.
As Duncan Hunter so aptly put it last night, the Arsenal of Democracy which defeated NAZI Germany and Imperial Japan no longer exists thanks to this hemorrhaging, a process which, again, began in prior administrations but has been accelerated in this one.
History will judge Bush II as harshly as it will judge Bill Clinton, Bush I, Jimmy Carter, and Lyndon Johnson.