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Posted on 03/22/2011 7:18:39 AM PDT by lakeprincess
President Obama, Vice President Biden and most lawmakers are elsewhere at an inopportune time, punctuated by the sound of missiles over Libya and Geiger counters in Japan. Theres also some disquieting murmurs that the role of America on the global stage is up for grabs. Enough already, says a former politician, who has seen much.
Far be it for me to give President Obama advice. But and theres always that but the optics arent good on this administration, says Vincent Buddy Cianci
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Purely coincidental, I'm sure.
You don’t start wars so you can strut around like an over stuffed turkey claiming you are king of the world. If that is what is meant by leader of the global stage.
There are whispers about the elites having vacated the house they’ve set on fire.
Check out what David Icke wrote about Obama back in 2008. From where I’m sitting... now it looks like he really called it. Hammer meet nail:
‘I am writing this in the last days of 2008 as I watch with dismay as vast numbers of people across the world, including many who should know better, have been duped by the mind-game called Operation Obama.
Even people with some understanding of the conspiracy have said things like: ‘Well, at least he’s not Bush’ and ‘Well, at least it’s great to see such a new spirit of hope’. No, he’s not Bush - he’s potentially far more dangerous; and what is the use of a spirit of ‘hope’ if it’s based on a lie? ...
... Obama isn’t against war at all and, if his controllers have their way, he will engage the US in even more foreign conflicts with the troops sent to their deaths, and the deaths of their targets ...
... It could take two years, maybe much more, before cognitive dissonance (lying to yourself) loses it current grip on the minds of the Obama faithful. Until then they will make endless excuses for him (lie to themselves) to keep the ‘dream’ alive.
But one day they will have to admit, by the power of the evidence before them, that they bought a dream and got a nightmare. What a pity they can’t see the obvious now and save themselves such painful disappointment.’