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The more you learn the truth… you start seeing lies everywhere!

“Change” is everywhere. Ironically, Barack Obama is not. Observe… subliminal advertising upon your subconscious mind. Will you let it?

At about 00:20, even Kieth Olbermann emphasizes the word “change” when he speaks. And this is not a solitary incident.

Coincidence?

A message to anyone out there who believes Obama is a wonderful speaker, inspiring, and intellectual:

obama change subliminal advertising

Please, please consider the possibility that presidential candidates are not chosen by the people. I’d bet you didn’t know much about Barack Obama before this ‘campaign’ began. Like all the other mainstream candidates, obama change subliminal advertisingObama was chosen. You have to see the fact: it’s a game!

You need to ask yourself, “Who is controlling this game?”

And realize the fact that the best way to win a game is to control it from both sides. “Democrat” and “Republican” doesn’t really mean anything. Sure, they represent the difference between right and left, but the point is that you’re not really given choice – only the illusion of choice.

This is true… it’s like a game show, or a beauty pageant. We’re not supposed to choose the best candidate for policy, we’re just getting the chance to ‘change’ what person will play president. But policy, war, financial chaos… there will be no such change with a mainstream media candidate. But at least he’ll be able to speak articulately!

“We may not look alike, but yes, we share a common bloodline.”

“If only they knew what we do at Bohemian Grove!”

“If you want to make an omelet, you have to crack some eggs!”

“Calm down slaves… take your drugs, watch Fox News, and everything is going to be alright!”

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Canada news broadcast (CTV) reveals MSNBC report.

A senior member of the Obama campaign called the Canadian government within the last month to say,

“When Senator Obama talks about opting out of the free-trade deal, the Canadian government shouldn’t worry.” The operative said, “it’s just campaign rhetoric” and “don’t take it seriously.”

Barack Obama has lied about being against NAFTA. It was just “campaign rhetoric”.

‘The Obama Show’ is based on using the buzzword “change” and the “yes we can” motto, a message of “hope”, and lots and lots of slow-moving, well-spoken rhetoric to get a crowd cheering him on.

But there’s no clear understanding of what, how, or if he even has enough experience (only four years) to run this country or solve its giant problems.

There’s not much more you need to know – he’s for “Change”.

Just words? Barack lies to Ohio about NAFTA:

The truth is, he does support NAFTA and the formation of an open-borders North American Union. That’s why he has been given millions of dollars to fund his campaign from the Fortune 500 corporations – the ones who are also part of the Council on Foreign Relations. And to help verify this association: his wife is an official member of the CFR.

NAFTA: Ten Years of Broken Promises:

Is Canada or Mexico going to be happy about this? Not a chance!

Why did Obama lie?

To avoid the already concealed issue of the NAU.

Bush Forms N. American Union with Mexico:

You weren’t supposed to know. They didn’t want you or the Congress to vote on it.

Three men: abolish our constitutions and write a new one together.

This was originally meant to happen in 2010.

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My “35 reasons” post has drawn enormous attention – far more than I’d have ever expected (especially seeing as I wrote it off the top of my head in probably less than 20 minutes).

I was inspired to do this after reading a list I found on Digg about “10 reasons I’m voting for Obama”, which I thought was a very empty and unconvincing list. So I decided to write my own ten things as well, but the list just kept on growing. And look at what I’ve gotten myself into – having to prove my point! But fair enough…

A number of these statement are really just my opinion… that’s why it’s called 35 reasons why I don’t support Obama. And I admit, some of these opinions are reiterated (i.e. #13, 22, 26; and #15, 16, 23). But it doesn’t take 35 reasons – that’s not the point. All I mean to do is express my reasons.

So, due to the inevitable resistance by some Obama supporters, and those who want references or at least some argument to support it, I give you the following.

Please understand, I’m only trying to pass-on what I’ve learned – so if you don’t want to believe me then please, do your own research (look at my references). If you still think I’m wrong, please prove me wrong – and I will change my opinion. Remember… change is good!

[I intend to amend this list if or as I see fit.]

  1. He has no viable plan for reducing the debt.

    Obama is running a ‘silver bullet’ campaign – whereby he is claiming that he has the answers, that he knows how to, and is going to be able to fix things. At least he sometimes admits that it’s not going to be easy – because that is very true.

    But some Americans are quick and easy to accept the idea that increased spending on government programs is the way to change or fix things (i.e. health care).

    The truth is, the federal government is what causes these problems in the first place. The government is not good at running the country, and this isn’t even its purpose anyways.

    The point is: America is in a recession (for several reasons, including massive government spending) and it’s getting worse. Huge spending must end, or America is going to fall into a depression (though it may even too late anyways).

    Obama has massive spending plans. And remember, ending the occupation of Iraq will not bring any money back; and what that would save is not enough. America is over $9 trillion dollars in debt, and if you’ve ever been in debt you should damn-well know what that means – no money.

    Reducing and eventually eliminating the debt will be an American priority for probably decades, but Barack Obama’s promises would only send us deeper in the hole. (And a North American Union is not an acceptable solution!) References: 1, 2, 3, 4

  2. His policies will require bigger government, more spending, and debt.

    Reason #1 – reiterated. Obama’s promises = more spending, which = more big government programs, more debt, more inflation, more recession, which = more poverty, more problems, more vulnerability!

    Big government doesn’t work. References: 1

  3. He does not oppose the IRS or the income tax.

    Believe it or not, American’s don’t like to pay taxes. It doesn’t mean that taxes are wrong altogether, but if you don’t want to fund an overspending government – you shouldn’t have to! What the IRS does is take that money from us, whether we like it or not, and if you don’t comply – the steal your property and your resources.

    The income tax didn’t even exist until 1913, when the 16th Amendment was ratified (improperly). The constitutionality of this Amendment has been challenged by numerous arguments. It is unnecessary and destructive to society and the liberty of the people.

    Perhaps the best reason why this tax is a bad thing is simply the fact that the government doesn’t own you – high taxes and income taxes basically imply that they do, and they take it from you without your consent. References: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

  4. He will not withdraw troops from the 130 countries our military occupies (over 250,000 military personnel).

    Establishing military bases around the world is imperialist, and dangerous. Why do you think ‘terrorists’ hate America?

    America could save a lot of money by bringing the troops home, which will also help to protect America while not invigorating anti-Americanism around the world. It is senseless to spend billions to enforce the borders of a country, risking the lives of our troops on the other side of the world, when we have our own borders problem to take care of. Reference: 1, 2, 3

  5. He will not end the destructive war on drugs.

    Since 2006, about 700,000 people are arrested annually in America due to the war on drugs – and that’s only for marijuana offenses. The numbers increase every year. The prison industrial complex grows from it. America imprisons more people per capita than any other country in the world. By now, anyone who does not oppose the drug war has obviously not done their research. Politicians know it’s immoral, but can’t defeat the special interests.

    Obama admits to being a hard-drug user in the past. He is still a cigarette smoker and drinks alcohol. Early in the presidential campaign, he kinda said that he would be for decriminalization of marijuana. But then when he became more popular he changed his mind.

    I believe that anyone who is too coward or in the service of special interests to admit the failure of this war against Americans, does not have the right morality or sense to be a good president. References: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

  6. His campaign is primarily funded by Fortune 500 corporations.

    JP Morgan Chase & Co – $282,387
    Goldman Sachs – $474,428
    Lehman Brothers – $274,147
    UBS (ag) – $298,180
    Citigroup – $247,436
    Google – $192,808
    Time Warner – $190,091
    etc….

    And who says he’s “not in their pockets”? References: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

  7. His campaign is funded by the globalist Council On Foreign Relations, of which his wife is a member.

    See above: these (or at least most of them) rank in the the Fortune 500 and are members of the CFR.

    Obama is not an official member of the CFR, but he seems to get all the same benefits. His wife is an official member of The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, which is part of the Council on Foreign Relations. Reference: 1, 2

  8. He will not protect the borders or America’s sovereignty.

    Because of his close ties with the CFR and having made no opposition (that I know of) against the NAU – I’m pretty damn sure that he doesn’t truly commit himself to real border protection (though he may choose to invest in fences?).

    The NAU – for those of you who don’t know yet – has been one of Bush’s secret plans that’s only just hit the mainstream media (a bit). The effect is to open the US borders with Canada and Mexico. This would effectively be the end of the United States and its Constitution – without your consent. I urge your to learn about the NAU. References: 1, 2

  9. He has not opposed the NAFTA super highway (being built to form a North American Union).

    Obama is yet to speak out against the highway, and I doubt he will.

  10. He reminds me of the Bushes and Clintons!

    That’s my opinion. And isn’t it odd that he also shares ancestors with both the Bush and Cheney families?

  11. He feeds on people’s desire for change by making promises that can’t be fulfilled.

    It’s misleading, and not a fair thing to do to the millions of Americans who don’t know the facts.

    To reiterate the first point on the list: The financial issue is not a matter of opinion, and its implications simply cannot be avoided – America doesn’t have the money to do all the things he promises. Trying to create and expand federal programs, as Obama intends to do, will only drive the country further into debt.

    Either he’ll say whatever it takes to get support, or he believes that the funding is going to come out of thin air (i.e. the Federal Reserve). Reference: 1

  12. Because race is not an issue.

    An old friend recently told me that she wanted Obama to win because he is black, and because America needs a black man to be president. I replied, “I would vote for a black woman, if she was the right person for the job.” I can’t believe that people think that race is important in an election, or that it determines good moral judgment or political philosophy. This argument shouldn’t even exist – it’s racist.

  13. He is not truly committed to the principals of the Constitution (despite what he claims).

    It’s bizarre that Obama actually once taught constitutional law, yet supports programs and policies that deviate far from what the Founders would have accepted as a constitutional, small government.

    If Obama vowed to uphold the Constitution and constitutional principals, he would not be affiliated with an anti-sovereignty organization that aims to produce one-world government. If he were constitutional, he whould protest the growth of government and its growing control over the people, their lives, and their liberties.

    Obama’s rhetoric is full of holes – he says he is for liberty and freedom, yet he does not oppose the greatest threats against it.

  14. He is only a junior member of the Senate; he lacks experience (comparatively).

    After a mere four years of experience in congress, does Obama really have what it takes to lead the country? I think not!

    I’m far from the first to share this accusation. But I treat this as a matter of relativity. Obama’s legislative record hardly compares to a senior member of congress such as Ron Paul, who has that he has sponsored and cosponsored 1689 bills (if I counted them right, see reference 1) in his 10 terms as a Representative.

    People regularly defend him on the basis of the number of bills he has sponsored and cosponsored. But the fact that Obama has sponsored a lot of bills (mostly state-level) doesn’t really prove anything unless you are familiar with them. The number is practically irrelevant. Real experience is based on years of experience, being re-elected, voting and having a consistent, predictable record based on certain principals.

    I have to wonder… has Obama been trying to hastily build-up a record and reputation to help support his immediate run for president? And how many of his bills can actually demonstrate his ability to act prudently on the executive level? References: 1, 2

  15. He pleases crowds with empty rhetoric and false promises.

    This of course is just my opinion. But when I listen to him, I do hear a lot of empty rhetoric without substance, with no real evidence or arguments. He is really good at getting people to cheer him on – he’s inspiring – but he’s not convincing about his stance on the issues and how he’s going to fix them. He’s a crowd pleaser, and the things he promises to do are not really achievable. References: 1, 2

  16. Because “yes we can” and “change” don’t really mean anything.

    Aka. “empty rhetoric”. I see his supporters waving the signs that say ‘change’, the same buzzword is posted on big banners in the background, etc., and I really wonder if anyone else notices the subliminal advertising.

    I wonder, can his supporters even make a good argument or reiterate an Obama speech, and be able to explain what his “change” actually is or would be? “Yes we can…” what? Are people really so empty-minded that they accept this as real political discourse?

    I know Obama fans have their heart in the right place, but I think some of them have their head in the clouds.

  17. He aims to spend $845 billion in his global poverty act.

    I know it would be a great thing to restore a good image of America in the world. But the best way to do that is to leave the world alone and stop being the world police.

    The global poverty act aims to give-away our tax dollars to other countries. However gracious and good-willed that may seem, it makes no sense when there are millions of people living in poverty here at home.

    Do we seriously believe that the best way we can help the world and become ‘good’ in others eyes is to give them our money? If anything, this give-away – when we’re in debt – would make us look even stupider to the world (even more than when Bush was ‘re-elected’).

    No amount of money will restore the devastation the American government has caused though its current interventionist foreign policy. The best way to help is to let people live their own lives and not get in their way! The American government is not the answer to the world’s problems. In fact, it’s actually the cause of many of the problems in the first place.

    And besides, I’m pretty damn sure that most Americans would rather have their tax dollars spent on America!

  18. He wants to run a socialist health care system.

    The true reason why there are problems with health care in America: the federal government regulates it and interferes with the free market. It is terribly ironic that the people think that government control will fix the problem, when its government interference has caused the problem in the first place.

    Don’t get me wrong – I believe it would be a wonderful thing if all Americans could get health care – but the government cannot possibly make it free. One way or another, you’re paying for it through your taxes – whether you like it or not.

    And what makes people think the government could (and continue to) do a good job managing it, when they seem to screw everything else up?

    The best way to make health care more affordable (or even free) is to keep the government out of it – and let a truly free market, and competition, be able to afford to open more small hospitals and drive prices down.

    Once again: It’s government involvement in the medical industrial complex that has made health care so un-affordable in the first place. What’s needed is a free market to allow competition. Socialism always fails – freedom really works. References: 1, 2, 3

  19. He has little experience in economics, yet claims to know how to fix the economy – which isn’t a president’s job anyways.

    A free market is one where the government doesn’t control it, hence, America is not a truly free market. The government is constantly interfering with the economy, and people seem to actually believe that that’s is what it’s supposed to do – and that it’s up to the president to fix it when it’s broken.

    It’s not up to the president to ‘manage’ the economy, simple as that. But someone who understands economics would try to do the right thing as president – prevent the government from interfering. References: 1, 2

  20. He does not adhere strictly to free-market principals.

    The constitution does not give the government the right to ‘manage’ or interfere with our markets and the economy. Obama proposes to use the government to interfere with the free-market (i.e. ‘universal health care’). Reference: 1

  21. He claims to be environmentally friendly, yet co-sponsored the Coal-to-Liquid Fuel Promotion Act of 2007.

    First Obama says things like “global warming” is real and “we must stop burning fossil fuels.” He sponsors bills for environmental protection. And then… he sponsors the use of coal. Maybe it has something to do with the special interests in Illinois coal mining? References: 1, 2, 3, 4

  22. Because I am for liberty and freedom (his policies aren’t).

    It’s true… freedom really works! I don’t think there has ever been a greater value in human history than to be free. It’s a universal and natural aspiration, and it’s what America was founded upon.

    There’s only one candidate I’ve ever known who bases his philosophy on this principal, as was instituted by the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Obama is not that candidate! Reference: 1

  23. He is trendy, a fad, and popularized without substance (I pay attention to the details).

    I am so ashamed of people who treat their elections like they are voting on American Idol. Do your research – this is too important.

  24. Because the majority of active-duty Armed Service members don’t prefer him.

    First, Obama said that he would get troops out of Iraq by the end of 2008. Then, he said it would be after two or three years.

    I highly doubt that he would ever get all the troops out. And what about Afghanistan? And what about the other many troops around the world?

    There is only one candidate who will get them all out as soon as possible and makes it a top priority… And that’s who the troops have supported with their donations – doubling the amount of all the other candidate’s donations from the Armed Services combined. That person is not Barack Obama. References: 1, 2, 3

  25. He does not oppose a military attack or sanctions on Iran.

    References: 1, 2

  26. He does not promote the value of freedom and liberty.

    Like I said earlier.

  27. He is not against partial-birth abortions.

    He voted against banning partial-birth abortions. Reference: 1

  28. He will continue No Child Left Behind and the failed Department of Education.

    No Child Left Behind is a complete joke and a failure. I think it should be scrapped, first of all because it’s not even the federal government’s responsibility to educate the people. I think educating is supremely important to society, and that’s why I oppose the DOE.

    Education is a responsibility of the States and the people. Obama thinks that putting money into the program will fix it. I do not. References: 1, 2

  29. He does not oppose the PATRIOT Act.

    He voted for it the first time. Then he realized that it infringed on a number of parts of the constitution, but said it would be okay if it was changed a bit. Then he voted to reauthorize it anyways, and he does not wish to get rid of it.

    The purpose of this act was not to stop terrorism, and even if it was – it wouldn’t work. All this has done is allow the government to ignore the 4th Amendment and spy on anyone they like as well as infringe on our other rights granted in the constitution. It should be called the Fascist Act. References: 1, 2, 3

  30. He does not oppose the REAL ID Act.

    A national ID – like Hitler did – is completely unnecessary and against the principals of a free society. Obama voted for it.

    Like the PATRIOT Act, this is just a way for the government to have more control over the people – based on the false pretense of terrorism in America. This card is supposed to replace your drivers license with a chipped card that may contain any information about you that the government may want: your history, fingerprints, retinal signatures, anything they want. You might as well be branded as property of the US government. Not having the card will eventually become a crime. References: 1, 2, 3

  31. He does not oppose the Federal Reserve.

    The Federal Reserve, which is neither federal, nor a reserve, is the sole problem of inflation in America. They print money and led it to the government at interest. It is basically legalized counterfeiting, used to support huge government spending while making the private bankers who own it extremely powerful.

    A central bank was always opposed throughout American history until 1913 when Woodrow Wilson authorized it (and regretted it later on). Abolishing the Federal Reserve is one of the most important steps to establishing good monetary policy, and Obama has nothing to say about it. References: 1, 2, 3

  32. He promotes a “national service plan”.

    Americans can respect and serve their nation without a federally imposed service plan.

    His plan includes measures to give people some money for education if they serve 100 hours of ‘national service’, to force high school kids to do community service, to increase the engagement of retired Americans in voluntary service, and expensive plans such as increasing the size the Peace Corps. And that’s just the beginning.

    National service may potential include a military draft. References: 1, 2, 3, 4

  33. He has won his popularity with money and rhetoric instead of good political discourse.

    My opinions, reiterated.

  34. He is a favorite candidate for many special interests and major corporations.

    He claims to be against special interest groups, yet he takes major contributions from them. See above: top contributors are major corporations.

  35. He is not as good a candidate as Ron Paul (or Dennis Kucinich, or Mike Gravel).

    In my opinion…

    Barack Obama is probably the most leftist liberal candidate there is. I used to be supportive of liberals, years ago, before I understood what that truly meant. Now I realize that deviating from the rule of the Constitution and promoting big spending and big federal government is just the opposite of what America really needs.

    I was once entirely for Democrats and against Republicans. Now I don’t respect either, and I don’t use party affiliation as a litmus test. Freedom is what really matters. Small, constitutional government is the only was to truly preserve freedom. That’s why I am for Ron Paul, and would vote for no one else.

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I do not support Barack Obama (anymore). These are some of the reasons why.

Disagree? Do your research, then comment below please.

UPDATE: Due to popular demand, I wrote this post to explain my reasoning (with references).

  1. He has no viable plan for reducing the debt.
  2. His policies will require bigger government, more spending, and debt.
  3. He does not oppose the IRS or the income tax.
  4. He will not withdraw all American troops from the 130 countries our military occupies (over 250,000 military personnel).
  5. He will not end the destructive war on drugs.
  6. His campaign is primarily funded by Fortune 500 corporations.
  7. His campaign is funded by the globalist Council On Foreign Relations, of which his wife is a member.
  8. He will not protect the borders or America’s sovereignty.
  9. He has not opposed the NAFTA super highway (being built to form a North American Union).
  10. He reminds me of the Bushes and Clintons!
  11. He feeds on people’s desire for change by making promises that can’t be fulfilled.
  12. Because race is not an issue.
  13. He is not truly committed to the principals of the Constitution.
  14. He is only a junior member of the Senate; he lacks experience (comparatively).
  15. He pleases crowds with empty rhetoric and false promises.
  16. Because “yes we can” and “change” don’t really mean anything.
  17. He aims to spend $845 billion in his global poverty act.
  18. He wants to run a socialist health care system.
  19. He has little experience in economics, yet claims to know how to fix the economy – which isn’t a president’s job anyways.
  20. He does not adhere strictly to free-market principals.
  21. He claims to be environmentally friendly, yet co-sponsored the Coal-to-Liquid Fuel Promotion Act of 2007.
  22. Because I am for liberty and freedom (his policies aren’t).
  23. He is trendy, a fad, and popularized without substance – I pay attention to the details.
  24. Because the majority of active-duty Armed Service members don’t prefer him.
  25. He does not oppose a military attack or sanctions on Iran.
  26. He does not promote the value of freedom and liberty.
  27. He is not against partial-birth abortions.
  28. He will continue No Child Left Behind and the failed Department of Education.
  29. He does not oppose the PATRIOT Act.
  30. He does not oppose the REAL ID Act.
  31. He does not oppose the Federal Reserve.
  32. He promotes a “national service plan”.
  33. He has won his popularity with money and rhetoric instead of good political discourse.
  34. He is a favorite candidate for many special interests and major corporations.
  35. He is not as good a candidate as Ron Paul (or Dennis Kucinich, or Mike Gravel).

Note: I will continue to amend this list as I see fit. I have changed the wording of some of these and have corrected one mistake that was #25.

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Is it hypocritical to someone to want ‘change’ – yet be unwilling to change his or her choice for president (based on good research)?

How Much Change Is Change?
Newsweek – Jonathan Alter
Mar 10, 2008

When our new president takes the oath next year, we’ll be satisfied with someone who just gets a few things done.

Or will we? The 2008 presidential campaign has featured rising expectations of real change, especially if Obama makes it all the way. It’s not too early to begin to think about what, exactly, this change would mean. How would we define it? How would Obama execute it? Two years from now, will we know if we’ve achieved it?

…Obama tries to prepare his audiences for disappointment. “Change won’t be easy,” he says repeatedly, explaining exactly how special interests have spent many millions buying Congress.

…Then there’s the budget. Obama admits that with baby boomers set to retire, “we should have been storing our nuts for winter” and “we can’t build our future based on a credit card issued by the Bank of China.” But he hasn’t yet conceded that rolling back President Bush’s tax cuts for the wealthy and slowly reducing the $12 billion a month we’re spending in Iraq just won’t generate enough revenue to pay for all of his ambitious domestic agenda. Obama may find that the biggest changes he brings are less legislative than attitudinal, by, say, repairing America’s image in the world and convincing the African-American community that it must do more to solve its own problems.

I admire the people who are voting to change America. Like most Americans, they want to see change in the way the government is managing the country. And according to the mainstream media, Barack Obama seems to be the only candidate who will offer that change.

He was my original choice, for this very same reason. But then I started thinking, and learning, and I realized…

The government shouldn’t be managing the country – that’s not its purpose!

And this is exactly why things have become so bad in the first place. We’re not a socialist country. The government isn’t supposed to run everything. We’re supposed to be a free country! That’s the real problem, isn’t it?

Obama and the other mainstream candidates are running to be elected as the manager of the government, the wars, and the country.

The only candidate who is doing just the opposite… who is fighting to suppress the government’s control over America, protect America, and protect our soverignty – is Ron Paul.

And Ron Paul is the only candidate who has a sound understanding of economics and the principal of freedom.

But instead, America is acting like it’s on the side of the candidates who are represented by big government and industry interests. And the people don’t even know it!

I believe that a great majority of Obama’s supporters would choose differently – if they had the opportunity or took the time to learn why there’s a growing “Ron Paul movement” and why his supporters are so highly committed to his principals.

But America is being left in the dark. The mass media is owned and controlled by people who are against Ron Paul’s opposition to big government & special interests – and everything that has allowed these private and elite groups to gain and maintain their enormous power and control over the government and the economy – such as the Federal Reserve.

Shouldn’t people understand the fact – that all of the problems we’re concerned about are actually the fault of our big government that is being controlled by special interests, powerful people, corporations, and elite groups?

Barack Obama will not change this trend. In fact, his proposals for universal health care, the global poverty act, and other mass-spending will only make the government bigger. Special interests love it!

That’s why Obama has gotten millions of dollars in support from some of America’s biggest corporations. Where else do you think all that money came from?

Big government = more control over the economy and the people.

It’s not the president’s job to manage the economy. It’s not the government’s responsibility to control everything. The president is supposed to protect the people and the country from government control – that was the purpose of the Constitution!

Adding parts to a broken machine will not fix it. What we need is a new one – the original one – the one that made America the amazing country that it is – the Constitution.

I’d say, the difference between Obama and Paul supporters is not what they value, but what they know.

Please ask yourself:

  1. Do you believe the government is out-of-order and that the country is in great need of change?
  2. Do you support the Constitution and its small-government – more power to the people – principals?
  3. Would you be willing to change your mind, no matter how devoted to one candidate you have already become – by doing more research and learning something new?
  4. Would you give the president permission to increase the national debt by funding new, big-government programs and causing inflation by printing more money to fund it?
  5. Do you believe that the mainstream media is un-biased, fair, and balanced?
  6. Are you willing to sacrifice your liberties, as stated in the Bill of Rights, and allow the government to control you?
  7. Will you accept the destruction of national borders to create a North American Union? (This is on the agenda of the Council on Foreign Relations – members of which are the major sponsors of Barack Obama’s campaign.)
  8. Have you fully researched Ron Paul’s stance on the issues, and do you yet fully understand why he is so popular among members of the Armed Services and young people of America?

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From EliteAgenda.com

Rockefeller Endorses Obama
February 29, 2008 – 5:16 pmRockefeller

Jay Rockefeller, or should we say John D. Rockefeller 4th, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee has come out in favor of Obama in the presidential race.

“Barack Obama is the most qualified person — Democrat or Republican — to lead our country in the face of enormous challenges — the very real threat of terrorism, economic uncertainty, and instability at home and abroad,” Sen. Jay Rockefeller said in a statement, “What matters most in the Oval Office is sound judgment and decisive action. It’s about getting it right on crucial national security questions the first time — and every time. “

Jay Rockefeller is an advocate for illegal spying on Americans, and of course ties to the Illuminati, Bilderberg group and Council on Foreign Relations, and obviously a member of the Rockefeller Dynasty.

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NOTE: This list may not be complete. If you notice something missing, please help (comment below) and I will verify this and add it to the list.The links provided are the references, so you can verify these facts yourself.

Also note, Clinton, McCain, and all the other candidates (excepting Ron Paul) have ties with the CFR as well. (the CFR has been choosing our candidates).

Barack Obama may not an official member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Nevertheless, he and his presidential campaign are incontrovertibly affiliated with and supported by numerous (corporate) CFR members.

His wife, Michelle Obama, is a member of a branch of the CFR in Chicago.

The Obama campaign has taken major contributions from corporate CFR members such as:

JP Morgan Chase & Co – $282,387
Goldman Sachs – $474,428
Lehman Brothers – $274,147
UBS (ag) – $298,180
Citigroup – $247,436
Google – $192,808
Time Warner – $190,091

Individuals:

Obama’s foreign policy adviser, Zbigniew Brzeziński, is a member of the CFR (as well as the Chief Executive Officer on the Trilateral Commission of the Bilderberg group)!

So what’s the problem?

The CFR is a very powerful organization with one goal: to overcome the problem with borders. Under the guise of free-trade, as good as it might sound, it is not just trade – it is to allow trade, uninhibited. Not just the trade, but the exchange of everything. This would ultimately destroy sovereignty, national identity, and our Bill of Rights. The Constitution was designed to restrict the power of government. It is getting in the way of the interests of a small group of elite people who wish to control the world, in order to sustain their immense power and wealth over the nation.

Obama complies, Clinton is a member, McCain is a Manchurian candidate. Ron Paul is the Champion of the Constitution.

WATCH FULL: The Capitalist Conspiracy, by G. Edward Griffith

The Federal Reserve is neither Federal nor a Reserve. Owned by a corrupt group of International Bankers, it is a privately owned monopoly, largely responsible for creating America’s National Debt. It is also a parasitic and unnecessary entity that literally creates American currency out of nothing and then collects interest on the backs of taxpayers for doing so.
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Part 1: Corrupt Federal Reserve – Robbing Americans Since 1913
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPU8w7…
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Part 2: CFR – The Secret Government
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQZ56h…
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Part 3: CFR Propaganda – The Media’s Main Stranglehold
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrGNNZ…
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LINKS and REFERENCES:

1. Illegal IRS: The Unmasked deceptions of the Internal Revenue Service which is privately owned and actually operates out of “Puerto Rico”, with “agents” who represent them in the US (31 Questions and Answers with legal references):
http://www.supremelaw.org/sls/31answe…

2. Recommended Documentary: “America: From Freedom to Fascism

3. The Shrinking Value of the Dollar:
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A000151…

4. Many homeless Middle Class are living in their cars; from a New York Times article story on the “mobile homeless”:
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/4/…

5. “…that plush North American lifestyle to which we’ve all grown accustomed has been bought on credit, and the bill is rapidly nearing its due date.”
http://www.macleans.ca/topstories/wor…

6. “Former World Bank Vice President, Chief Economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz has predicted a global economic crash”
http://www.propagandamatrix.com/artic…

7. “As the US current-account deficit rose over the past half-decade, international economists have lined up to predict doom” – J. Bradford DeLong, Professor of Economics & former Assistant US Treasury Secretary.
http://www.project-syndicate.org/comm…

8. “The reason we cannot accomplish this seemingly simple task of balancing currency with production is that our government does not exercise its sovereign prerogative of controlling the money supply” –Business Week: by Mark Weisbrot
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines…

9. Creating the ‘North American Union’:
http://www.thenewamerican.com/artman/…
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WHO OWNS THE FEDERAL RESERVE?

The Rothschilds of London and Berlin; Lazard Brothers of Paris; Israel Moses Seif of Italy; Kuhn, Loeb and Warburg of Germany; and the Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs and the Rockefeller families.
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