24 February 2008

End of an Error...Or is it?



It seems a lot of people are calling for "change" & "unite America". Have people forgotten in only 7 years, George W. Bush ran on the same platform? George W. Bush declared we needed change, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush declared that he would unite the United States, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush ran on charisma, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush is a junior (named after his father), just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush was able to raise of lot of money for his campaign, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush is Evangelical, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush has 2 daughters, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. George W. Bush had accomplished absolutely nothing legislatively before becoming President, just like Senator Barack Hussein OBama. So where is the change?

As a matter of fact, Senator Barack Hussein OBama called Dick Cheney his cousin. Dick Cheney is our Vice President who sent us to Iraq, and who is making millions of dollars along with Halliburton in Iraq. So again, where is the change?

I hear on news reports, countries like Ireland & Israel supporting Senator Barack Hussein OBama. Why do we care whom citizens of other countries want us to have for President? Do they ask us during their elections? No. Of course not. They vote for whom they believe will be best for their country, not ours. So why should we care whom other countries choose as our President. Oh...that is right...MONEY. Our Presidential campaigns are determined by money. And there is no stipulation on where the money comes from. So people in countries like Ireland & Israel can send money to candidates they like for U.S. President via the internet, which greatly influences our Presidential race.

It is time we, the citizens of the United States, take back our own country.

It is bad enough that countries like England come over here and have a hostile take-over of American companies...companies we depend on like Columbia Gas (our gas company that supplies & delivers our heating oil), and then they decide they need to raise our gas prices by 11% so they can make a profit.

It is bad enough that the dollar has plummetted, so European investors can buy up interest in American companies.

Now, the world influences our elections because they can fund candidates. The internet has made it very simple. And yes, money means everything in a Presidential election. Think about it...We hear about the Republican & Democratic parties because they are well funded. They have the money to be heard.

What about our less wealthy Presidential candidates?

Here is a list from Project Vote Smart at http://www.votesmart.org/election_president_search.php?type=alpha:


Stephen
Adams

Independent

Donald Kenneth
Allen

Independent

Thomas Wayne
Allen

Other

Yul L.
Anderson

None

Jose Miguel
Aparicio

Independence

Blake
Ashby

Independent

Richard Steven
Atkins

None

Daniel Avery
Bacon

Independent

Jared Arlen
Ball

Green Party

Jon Jay
Banks

Libertarian

Terry Lee
Barkdull

Unknown

Michael W.
Bay

Other

William David
Beadles

Citizen's

Carl Durantye
Belle

Independent

William F.
Berg

Independent

Sheila
Bilyeu

Independent

David Michael
Bishop

Other

Greg
Black

Independent

John Douglas
Blyth

Independent

Christopher David
Borcik

Independent

Matthew Jay
Borman

American

Jeffrey Harlan
Boss

Independent

Jacques Yves
Boulerice

Native American

John Taylor
Bowles

Other

J.
Boydston

Constitution

Jeffrey Earl
Brown

Independent

Dan Byron
Canfield

None

Myrtle Charlotte
Carlyle

None

Jerry Leon
Carroll

Other

James Harlin
Carter

Other

Janice Marie
Chase

Other

Jeanne
Chebib

Unknown

Liza Dawn
Cherricks

Independent

Richard H.
Clark

Independent

Todd Marvin
Clayton

Constitution

Michael James
Cortney

Independent

Eric Leland
Creviston

Unknown

Claire Elisabeth Fields
Cruise

Independent

HRM Caesar St Augustine De
Buonaparte

Other

Michael Christopher
Dutcher

Independent

Earnest Lee
Easton

Independent

Max
Englerius

Other

Clarita
Fazzari

Independent

Bennie Lee
Ferguson

Independent

Richard Earl
Fleharty

Independent
Elizabeth Mason
Frothingham


Ida Cecilia
Garza

Independent

Mark Blair
Graham

Unknown

Jon A. Greenspon
No
Party Affiliation

Jackson Kirk
Grimes

United Fascist Union

William Long
Hale

Independent

Albert
Hamburg

Independent

Dennis M.
Hanaghan

Independent

Curtis
Hayward

Independent

John Robert
Henry

Independent

Samuel B.
Hoff

Independent

Daniel J.
Imperato

Independent, Libertarian

William Michael
Ingram

Independent

Robert Garrison
Jackson

Libertarian

Michael Paul
Jingozian

Libertarian

Stanton T.
Jolley

Independent

Arnold Matthew
Jones

Independent

Robert Coleman
Jorgensen

Other

Daniel Melzine
Kingery

None

David Allen
Koch

None

Steve W.
Kubby

Libertarian

Christopher
Lafontaine

Unknown

God Johan Josephe
Lally

Other

Jared Benjamin
Lee

Independent

Kip
Lee

Libertarian

Joseph Felix
Leonaitis

Independent

Robert
Locke

Constitution

Bradley K.
Lord-Leutwyler

None

Steven Douglas
Mabey

Unknown

Mike Benjamin
Martisko

Other

Joseph
Martyniuk

Independent

James Hatton
McCall

Independent
Laura Jane
McCumber


Frank Edward
McEnulty

None

Megally Z.
Megally

Independent

Kent Philip
Mesplay

Green Party

John Glenn Barry
Metcalf

Other

Andy Clown
Miannay

Independent

Joseph C.
Miechowicz

Independent

Hubert Billy
Miles

None

Robert W.
Milnes

Libertarian

Omar Jones
Monahan

None

Brian Joseph
Moran

Other

George C.
Nelson

Other

Robert Sherman
Nix

Unknown

Sandra Queen
Noble

None

John Stuart
Nolan

Unknown

Lawrence Anthony
Obern

Unknown

William John
Ohlsen

Independent

Jeffrey Charles
Petkevicius

Independent

George David Joseph
Phillies

Libertarian

Matthew D.
Pinnavaia

Other

Deshon
Porter

Independent

Samuel Lyndell
Powell

Independent

James John
Prattas

Independent

Madison Augustine
Primus

Other

Mark Shane
Robinson

Other

Ralph Marshall
Robinson

Independent

Paul Russell
Rosenberger

Unknown

Gary W.
Ruff

Independent

Cameron
Sadovsky

Independent

Joseph Charles
Schriner

None

Larry Joseph
Schuetter

Other

Jonathon
Sharkey

Independent

Christine
Smith

Libertarian

Douglas
Stanhope

Libertarian

Michael
Sugerman

Independent

Kat Swift
Green
Party

Charles Joseph Leo
Symonds

Unknown

Edward Anthony
Szynalski

Independent

Nanci Jean
Taylor

Independent

Bruce Calvin
Trask

Reform

Da Vid
The Light
Party

Hugh
Wallace

Independent

Lanakila
Washington

Independent

James Louis Dezort
Watchman

Independent

Thomas
Wells

Other

Ruth Bryant
White

Independent

Daniel E.
Williams

Libertarian

Jomo K. Manual
Williams

Other

Kelcey Brian
Wilson

Other

Robert B.
Winn

Independent

Frank
Zilaitis

None


Now, to be fair, money is not a new concept in politics. After all, our founding fathers believed that the average man was not intelligent enough to vote, and women were not allowed to vote at all. The only men that were allowed to vote were land owners...which meant men with money.

Today, women have the privilege to vote along with men, and no one has to take a reading test anymore before being allowed to vote. But not every citizen is allowed to vote in the United States. To vote, a person has to have an address. We have many homeless in the United States who are not allowed to vote simply because they do not have an address. So they are not counted. With returning vets; people losing their homes from natural disasters & the mortgage scam; people losing their jobs through no fault of their own because companies outsource to China, Mexico, India, and other countries; people not being able to get new jobs because of the power of the credit industry here, where credit scores can prevent a person from getting hired; there are many people becoming homeless in our country every day. And these citizens of the United States will not be allowed to vote.

Yet, people from other countries will have influence in our elections.

Lets start will Nigeria. Barack Hussein OBama's father was born & raised in Nigeria. By international law, this gives Barack Hussein OBama a duel citizenship. Of course Nigeria will help to fund OBama's campaign. After all, OBama has a stake in Nigeria as well as the United States, so he will want Nigeria to do well. Here is the CIA's site on Nigeria: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ni.html

Now, according to the CIA website,
Joint Border Commission with Cameroon reviewed 2002 ICJ ruling on the entire
boundary and bilaterally resolved differences, including June 2006 Greentree
Agreement that immediately cedes sovereignty of the Bakassi Peninsula to
Cameroon with a phase-out of Nigerian control within two years while resolving
patriation issues; the ICJ ruled on an equidistance settlement of
Cameroon-Equatorial Guinea-Nigeria maritime boundary in the Gulf of Guinea, but
imprecisely defined coordinates in the ICJ decision and a sovereignty dispute
between Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon over an island at the mouth of the Ntem
River all contribute to the delay in implementation; only Nigeria and Cameroon
have heeded the Lake Chad Commission's admonition to ratify the delimitation
treaty which also includes the Chad-Niger and Niger-Nigeria boundaries
Having a father who was born and raised in Nigeria, and legally allowed to be citizen of Nigeria via international law, which side of this dispute do you believe OBama will take?

In all fairness, OBama is not the only Presidential candidate allowed a duel citizenship via international law. Senator John McCain was born in Panama. Even though the land was owned by the U.S. at the time, it is now part of Panama, and Panama could claim him.

So much for Democracy. We live in a country where some of our own citizens have no vote, yet we give voice to people of other nations who have the money to influence our elections. How democratic is that?

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