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Let the (mind) games begin

A few weeks ago, I complained to a co-worker about the fact there were no strong candidates taking the forefront to face off against President Obama in the upcoming presidential elections.  I also expressed the hope that there wouldn’t be some huge event that would occur to make Obama look like a hero to the point he would be re-elected.

I’m happy that our President moved decisively to take care of bin Laden once and for all, but I still don’t want President Obama re-elected.  Republicans knew they needed re-invigorating last year and went so far as to elect new leaders for their party to move things forward. So why is it that the Republicans seem so sheepish now when a few months ago they came out like lions to take back the U.S. House and gain seats in the U.S. Senate?    Why is it that Donald Trump, who tends to speak before he thinks everything through, and Mitt Romney, a member of the Mormon cult, are in the forefront of Republican polls? Who is John Galt?

Could all of these things be happening because it has already been determined by the powers that be that Obama shall have four more years of the Presidency?  I like the fact that Donald Trump is a capitalist, but he may end up being another Ross Perot that looks strong in the outset yet finishes weak once faced with a wave of scrutiny.  Unless and until I see a candidate with no ties to secret societies who attacks Obama’s socialist policies like universal healthcare, abortion on demand, embryonic stem cell research, gay marriage, the kill switch for the internet, etc., I will hold to my belief that the Republicans have been ordered to appear weak and hesitant against Obama so he can be re-elected.

And while I’m on this subject, let me say I (like many others) found it thoroughly suspicious that Chicago’s former Mayor Richard Daley suddenly decided not to run for re-election, then Rahm Emanuel left the White House to run for mayor of Chicago, then Richard Daley’s brother takes Rahm Emanuel’s place in the White House.  Talk about blatant quid pro quo.

If the U.S. makes the big mistake of re-electing Barack Obama or placing another Bilderberg candidate in the White House, the natural disasters we are facing now as a nation will pale in comparison to what’s ahead for us.  We’ll be getting what we deserve and will have no one to blame but ourselves.

At what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to pluck up, and to pull down, and to destroy it; If that nation, against whom I have pronounced, turn from their evil, I will repent of the evil that I thought to do unto them.

And at what instant I shall speak concerning a nation, and concerning a kingdom, to build and to plant it; If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not my voice, then I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit them. [Jeremiah 18:7-10]

–posted by Harry A. Gayord–

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2 thoughts on “Let the (mind) games begin

  1. You know I feel exactly the same.
    Only the names have been changed, the game is the same.
    But we know who is charge of it all. Our Savior. His plan will take place on it’s due course. It is infallible, and his plan is our destiny.

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