October 31, 2010
According to WorldNetDaily, an influential Democrat operative reports that some “senior personalities in the Democratic Party have discussed with President Obama’s advisers the possibility of him not running for re-election in 2012.” It would be best for the party if Obama did not seek re-election in 2012, and more than one discussion has been held on the matter with Obama’s top advisers, according to the party operative, writes Aaron Klein.
Back in 2008, as the corporate media went wild over Obama and his zombie-like supporters fainted and swooned, we said he would turn out to be an utter and complete disaster. It was obvious this groomed community activist out of Chicago’s south-side was simply a momentary grab-bag selection intended by the elite to once again trick the plebs and continue their long-term agenda of global consolidation and domination through engineered social and economic collapse.
So skilled are the elite’s political practitioners and saboteurs, they managed with relative ease to turn a grassroots Libertarian movement into a RINO joke that is now backing a series of essentially neocon political candidates who will enthusiastically support the status quo. The tea partiers, Philip Giraldi wrote on October 28, support the ongoing under Barry Obama neocon wars that are sold as “keeping us free” but in fact ensure “untouched and untouchable guarantees” of deficit spending and ultimately debt owed to international bankers.
On the other hand, Democrats at the top of the food-chain say Obama will continue to carry the Dem torch of the two-sided political One Party paradigm come 2012. Earlier this month Joe Biden said Obama had asked him to be his running mate again in two years. “I tell you what, there’s real trust, that’s why he’s asked me to run again,” Biden said. “Look, he said, ‘We’re going to run together, are you going to run?’ I said, ‘Of course, you want me to run with you, I’m happy to run with you.’”
WND’s Joseph Farah, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto, and others think Obama will decide against running again.
In September, “moderates” tossed around the idea of Madame Clinton running for the highest teleprompter reader position. In July, a Rasmussen Reports survey showed that 57% of voters felt Hillary Clinton is qualified to be president while only 51% said Barry Obama is fit for the job.
“The difference between Clinton and Obama is definitely not significant. But anyway can you think of some reason why people could prefer Clinton over Obama,” writes the blogger Matisak.
Maybe because it seems like she has more cajones?
Barry Obama, of course, will do whatever he is instructed, same as any hireling. If the elite want him to run, he will run. On the other hand, it will not make a dime’s worth of difference if Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, whomever and whatever, are mixed and matched to pretend they represent the American people.
The show will go on regardless.
This article was posted: Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 7:38 am