Hopefully we will end up thanking Obama?

Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by tacmotusn, May 2, 2010.

  1. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    Most of you know when it comes to Lord Obama, I hate him and what he stands for to the core of my being. However, when it is all said and done, and a little water has run under the bridge. You know, about a decade or so from right now. It is my hope that we can look back on the antics of this traitor to all things American and actually smile because he has become the ultimate catalyst to awaken "we the people" to swing the pendulum hard in the direction the founding fathers would approve of. Stranger things have happened. Marian Barry's reelection as mayor of Washington D.C. after crackgate and jail time, Billy Jeffs reelection to a second term as president, and the election of Bobo as president. It just proves anything is possible.[stirpot]
  2. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    I cannot reason with those who wish to fault a puppet for the actions he takes. Since the turn of the century we have had appointed presidents, at first with the help of the media and well planned election campaigns, to current day cult of personality and psychological warfare. If we ever hope to attain closure, or at the very least receive any kind of understanding as to why these "presidents" do as they have -we should try to see the root cause of the problem instead of focusing our contempt and animosity toward the charismatic authority.

    The private banks. The independently owned IRS. The Federal Reserve. The World Bank. England. Secret societies. The Council on Foreign Relations. The Bilderberg Group. The IMF. The Project for a New American Century. The Carnegie Foundation, Ford Foundation, the list goes on and on and on.

    Griping about the "President" is the same as complaining about the weather.
  3. Seawolf1090

    Seawolf1090 Retired Curmudgeonly IT Monkey Founding Member

    "bobo the dog-faced boy" was selected to be the Front Man for his handlers - to take the attention of We The People from those actually doing the dirty work. Even if we can get the kenyan puppet's strings cut in 2012, we will just be conned into 'electing' another such puppet. We need to find those behind this mess, and do what needs doing. [freedom]
  4. Pauly Walnuts

    Pauly Walnuts Monkey++

  5. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    No freakin way I am sticking my hand in that, but it would make an excellent chew toy for my neighbors dogs, as would the original model.
  6. overbore

    overbore Monkey++

    WELL SAID!!!!

    and I add "A- FLIPPING- MEN".

    Beck has quoted an outsider who has unmasked the
    wizz behind the curtain; check it out. He, the unmasker, is a New Zelander, of all things.

    Laus Deo
  7. fortunateson

    fortunateson I hate Illinois Nazis!

    I know what you're saying, but most of these guys willingly participate. They are groomed for the position and groomed to take orders from day one. If you look at how Obama came up through the ranks, that's certainly true.
    That makes him complicit IMO.

    Bush - not so sure. Though he was complicit (just look at his reaction on 9/11 when they broke the news to him in the grammar school) - I think he got swept up into the action sort of like a Michael Corleone character. He knew his dad's business and wanted to go a different way until he was "tapped" for the position. Then he had no choice. Well maybe I'm wrong - no one can really know his mind, but that's how it seems to me.

    Reagan: I think he intended to buck the system and that's why the Bush organization tried to assassinate him. Look at the relationship of Hinckley and Bush families. Then he seemed to reluctantly comply with NWO orders.

    I don't think we'll ever really know about these guys, but the whole business is dirty.
  8. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Yeah, I don't know much of anything that is secret, man. All I know is that I found it extremely strange that his first few days in office, Obama kept using the term "Gallows humor" to mark his mood.

    Kind of places it all into perspective.

    One day you are a proud and hopeful servant to the CIA and banking Elite...you have grand ideas and plans for the future -you have been waiting for this moment for so long. (see also FDR and his beliefs) -then, suddenly...you take the oath and are brought to a secure room where *insert shady human-like figures* inform you of the true reason you are there and the fate of humanity. And all you can do is chuckle softly, knowing full well that there is no way out. No way at all. Gallows humor.

    OR, you could be right. Just saying!

    Oh and the Reagan assassination attempt -check into the gold commission he authorized, right around the same time. He found out that the US had no tangible assets. He forced the issue. NOBODY messes with the banks. Not even JFK or Lincoln. NOBODY. Oh except Jackson. He was a hero among men. okay, forget I said anything at all.
  9. Minuteman

    Minuteman Chaplain Moderator Founding Member

    Reminds me of the story told in one of Nixons' aides biographies. (I don't recall who, maybe Halderman). He tells of being in the White House shortly after the inauguration when several limos pull up and David Rockerfeller and several other big banker elites from NYC come in and take Dick into a room for a meeting. No aides allowed. Later they all come out and leave. Dick is standing there with a strange look on his face, the aide asks him what's going on. He says " I've just been told who my cabinet is going to be."

    I used to have a bumper sticker that read;

    " It doesn't matter who you vote for. The government gets elected."
  10. Minuteman

    Minuteman Chaplain Moderator Founding Member

  11. XR750

    XR750 Monkey+

    I don't hate the puppet I have called barry a stuffed shirt from day one with no experience the sheeple bought another box of soap and continue to elect the village idiot. But it's not just barry and the dems the repubs have sold us out too. I am 56 yrs old and the last president that stood for something that i could believe he really meant was LBJ.( I don't like his programs but I think he believed in them) Reagan was a hope but we went back to business as usual. When he left office. I don't see much hope for change except to Socialism, And for the first time in my life I think my vote means nothing.
  12. Seacowboys

    Seacowboys Senior Member Founding Member

    I'll thank him; right after he apologizes for calling me a racist tea-bagger right-wing extremist domestic terrorist. Pretty sure hell will have perma-frost before that happens.
  13. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    Maybe "thanking him" is the wrong turn of a phrase. I do feel he may end up being the catalyst to cause the pendulum to swing the other way. Look back at history... tyrants and totally evil people have often been catalysts for major change. I doubt any person of the Jewish faith would ever thank Hitler for anything! But, I feel he was a major catalyst for Israel coming into being. That is the kind of thought I was trying to get across.
  14. Seawolf1090

    Seawolf1090 Retired Curmudgeonly IT Monkey Founding Member

    I will thank him right properly if I am fortunate enoough to live long enough to take a Number Two on his gravesite..........
    Sadly, I am about ten years older than The Kenyan........ :rolleyes:
  15. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

    I just want to know where the hell congress lost their ballz.I can accept one man( the executive) could be so corrupted or extorted enough to ruin what the country has stood for200 years;
    After all that's only one mans' ethics gone wanting, but 535? Each having the verbal ability and responsibility if not the opportunity to say" hey, just wait a doggone minute".
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