13 July 2008

The Fantastic 5


Good afternoon World from southwestern Pennsylvania, U.S.A., where politics has been anything but boring. Now, I know a lot of people depend on their political news from CNN, and the major networks, who are trying their hand at propaganda to convince voters that there are only 2 contestants in this U.S. Presidential race of 2008, when in actuality, there are 5 major candidates, according to 'Project Vote Smart' at http://www.votesmart.org/election_president.php:

Now, you would think that a U.S. President would be decided by U.S. citizens. If this is the case, why is Barack H. Obama campaigning in Europe just a few months before the Presidential election?

Notice also that Barack H. Obama has gotten a tremendous amount of money from contributions over the internet. Do you honestly believe that all these contributions came from U.S. registered voters during a time of economic crisis in our country? Remember, other countries are prospering now, at the expense of the United States, and they have the money to donate to U.S. Presidential candidates.

Will the next President of the United States work for U.S. citizens, or will he serve Kenya, Israel, Germany, England, Mexico, or some other country?

Personally, I will be voting for a man I believe will have the United States' best interest at heart. I will be voting in someone who I believe actually loves this country.

Contrary to what I have heard people from Europe and Mexico say, the United States is more than a place where people come to make money, and then take that money back to their country of origin. This is my home.

I love the United States of America. I want the next President of the United States to feel that way also, not just spout it on television commercials. U.S. voters are not cattle to be herded. We have hearts & minds. We have questions. We want answers. Not propaganda.

So please research all 5 candidates, and decide for yourself who would be best for you and your family. Don't let the media and foreigners decide for you. Ask questions. Demand honest answers.

Hopefully, with God's grace, we will all get through this Presidential election with our sanity in tact.

5 comments:

  1. I tried to add a comment earlier, but found I had to join Google to do and when I did my comments disappeared. I didn't remember what exactly I said so I am leaving this comment instead.
    Helen Irene, seems to be a bit of Hellenic heritage there.

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  2. Spacepope, first of all, you do not have to join Google to post a comment. You can post anonymously, or you can post and just put in your name. Joining Google just lets you add your picture. :-)



    As for my having a bit of Hellenic heritage, you know me. You know "I have a bit of Hellenic (Greek) heritage". I know you like being punny, so I do not know if this is your way of being punny or not. But I do wonder what my being part Greek has to do with the U.S. Presidential candidates.

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  3. I just thought it was f(p)unny that you chose the names of two famous Greek women.
    It doesn't have anything to do with the presidential candidates, as I said I had forgotten what I originally posted and left that comment instead.

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  4. Spacepope, actually, I did not choose the name of two famous Greek women. My parents did.



    And back to the subject of the blog, did you notice that OBama has already gotten over $1.5 billion in campaign contributions, when there are less then 0.4 billion people in the U.S. according to http://www.cia.org ?
    The 0.4 billion number includes children, & people who support other candidates besides Barack OBama. So with a $2,300 cap per person in contributions, how did OBama get over $1.5 billion?

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  5. I don't care, this is just another case of the Republicans pointing their fingers at one thing while doing something that really is egregious behind their backs. It's common practice among magicians and illusionists. This is also another case of the Republicans creating something out of nothing. I was going to ask you to please use the issues to convince me, but at this time neither you nor I will be moved from our positions.
    See you on Election Day and get as many people as you can to vote.
    Spacepope

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