As far as the 2012 Presidential Election goes we all knew what the outcome was going to be a big win for New World Order
Bankers like Goldman Sachs and company!
Rush Limbaugh we know your a NWO secret society Operative you cant fool all of us! Links to more about his NWO connections.
We didn’t pick up the Win last night but we still want to thank all of you for voting Republican!
” You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” Abraham Lincoln It looks like many people have been fooled in America. This is good news for the Antinewworldorderparty Patriots because we have only just begun to fight for the Truth to be heard so the Song of Liberty can be sang once again so the tree of Liberty will grow strong roots in the hearts and minds of we the people. Long live the United States of America the Republic that we so love.
Barack Obama wins reelection: Mid East faces nuclear Iran, Brotherhood grip
The prospect of another four years of Obama in the White House fills some Middle East nations, including the Persian Gulf and Israel, with trepidation. For Israel, this policy translates bleakly into American backing for the two most forbidding ideological foes it has faced in all its 63 years: Iran, whose leaders call openly for Israels extinction – even from the UN platform although this is achievable only by nuclear aggression; and the hostile US Government funded and creation of the CIA its own brain child, Muslim Brotherhood the best enemy money can buy.
Well done, now support our statehood bid, Palestinians tell Obama
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday issued a statement congratulating US President Barack Obama on his election victory and encouraging him to continue his efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East.
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Now follow the money and see who stands to gain in the two headed Snake of the Democrat and Republican mainstream election NWO machine!
|University of California||$1,092,906|
|Bank of America||$921,839|
|JPMorgan Chase & Co||$792,147|
|Credit Suisse Group||$618,941|
|Small Individual contributions||$214,314,215||33.6%|
|Large Individual contributions||$423,360,831||66.3%|
|Small Individual contributions||$70,851,796||18.1%|
|Large Individual contributions||$316,212,124||80.8%|
More than 300 people — or nearly a quarter of the roughly 1,200 individuals USA TODAY has identified as Romney fundraisers — come from the world of finance, more than any other sector. More than a dozen come from the ranks of a single company, investment powerhouse Goldman Sachs, which spent nearly $4.4 million to influence Washington policymakers last year.
By comparison, 77 of Obama’s 532 fundraisers work in the securities and investment industry, according to a tally by the non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics. Obama has slammed Romney’s record in private equity, while Romney has pledged to dismantle financial-industry regulations enacted during the Obama administration.
NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2012 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on Thursday, October 25, 2012.
(“Help! The numbers don’t add up…”)
Even though Ron Paul was not running for President his ideals live on through those who’s minds have been illuminated.
Daily Caller: Several ‘Ron Paul Republicans’ win closely contested House races http://bit.ly/YYfTFH #RonPaul2012
#TAVN – Marijuana decriminalized in Washington and Colorado as voters reject police state ‘War on Drugs’ TAVN – The Activisionist Network
#TAVN – Marijuana decriminalized in Washington and Colorado as voters reject police state ‘War on Drugs’
Marijuana decriminalized in Washington and Colorado as voters reject police state ‘War on Drugs‘
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By Matt Negrin
(ABC News) – Forget Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The most exciting matchup of the night was between Karl Rove and his employer, Fox News.
A little after 11 p.m., Fox News and every other news outlet called the presidential race for Obama. Rove, the mastermind of George W. Bush’s campaign and now a political commentator on Fox, didn’t buy it. Read more… 417 more words
Republicans Hold House While Democrats Keep Grip On Senate And White House | THE JEENYUS CORNER The Jeenyus Corner
By Marshall D. Culpepper THE JEENYUS CORNERFollow @jeenyuscorner
After a long and often times, highly contested election cycle, the balance of power on Capitol Hill remains essentially the same. Despite failing to capture the White House, Republicans were able to maintain control over the House by winning 231 seats compared to 186 on the Democratic side of the isle.
By Marshall D. Culpepper THE JEENYUS CORNERFollow @jeenyuscorner
SOUTH CAROLINA – Freshman Congressman Jeff Duncan (R-SC) has won a second term as the representative for the 3rd Congressional District of South Carolina.
Now that Obama has been Reelected in 2012
Folks I almost forgot to mention as I’ve been talking about Barack being the last president, according to the prophecy of St. Malachi, there will be 112 popes and our current pope (Nazi youth Razinger aka pope Benedict) is pope 111. So Barack being the last president and our next pope being the last makes sense as we head into the Tribulation as prophesied in the book of Revelation.
October 21, 2012
Once again emphasizing there is no fundamental difference between Obama and Romney when it comes to attacking Iran, the American Jewish Committee has published the answers to a questionnaire sent to the candidates.
From the Jewish Telegraphic Agency website:
“I am prepared to use all elements of American power” to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, Obama said in the questionnaires released Oct. 18 by the AJC, “including a political effort to further isolate Iran, a diplomatic effort to sustain our coalition, an economic effort that has imposed crippling sanctions, and a military effort to be prepared for any contingency.”
Romney’s response was nearly identical:
“I will press for ever tightening sanctions on the regime, acting multilaterally where we can and unilaterally where we must, and leave no doubt in the mind of the regime’s leaders that the military option remains on the table.”
Romney tried to make political points by sucking up to Israel and the Israeli lobby in the United States: “Unlike President Obama, I understand that distancing the U.S. from Israel doesn’t earn us credibility in the Arab world or bring peace closer,” he said. “Instead, it encourages Palestinians to hold out and wait for Washington to deliver more Israeli concessions.”
Romney said he plans to create “regional directors” who “will possess unified budgetary and policy authority.”
The JTA’s response to this development: “With such powers concentrated in an individual, pro-Israel groups would likely closely watch and want to influence whomever a Romney administration would name to the Middle East post.”
In fact, pro-Israel neocons already dictate Romney’s Middle East foreign policy. Fifteen of the 22 members of Romney’s foreign policy team were policy advisers under Bush, and six of them are former members of PNAC, Joseph Sarkisian points out.
Neocons from the American Enterprise Institute, the Brookings Institute, and the Hudson Institute dominate Romney’s advisors. “The American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) thinks highly of these policy advisers, who are all ardent supporters of the Israeli desire to end Iran’s nuclear program with force if necessary,” writes Sarkisian.
“Just like in Iraq, there is no verifiable proof of WMD in Iran, yet once again the same group of people want to use the same methods to start a similar war for the interests of the few, with no regard for the consequences,” he concludes.
Poll results are, of course, highly misleading, but if we are to believe the latest results Romney and Obama are locked in a dead heat sixteen days out from the election.
Establishment fount Forbes predicts that if Obama gets re-elected, Israel will attack Iran in January, a move that will undoubtedly be supported by the United States.
Despite Romney’s coterie of neocons, Democrat Chuck Schumer believes Obama is more likely to attack Iran than his opponent. “I’ll tell you this on Iran, and I’ve said this to a couple of Romney supporters who agree, that if the sanctions fail, and military action is warranted, a re-elected President Obama is far more likely to launch that kind of military action, probably in concert with Israel, than would Mitt Romney,” Schumer told CNN in September.
Following Obama’s lackadaisical performance during the first debate, his administration “leaked” a plan for striking Iran’s nuclear facilities. CFR member and visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, David Rothkopf, wrote in Foreign Policy earlier this month that the White House and Israeli officials “assert that the two sides behind the scenes have come closer together in their views [regarding Iran] in recent days.”
Rothkopf quoted a “source close to the discussions” as saying that a surgical strike aimed at Iran’s enrichment facilities “might take only ‘a couple of hours’” at best and would be conducted by air using bombers and drones.
Despite the outcome of the election, a strike on Iran – limited, surgical or otherwise – will occur within the next few months, if not weeks.
This article was posted: Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 9:59 am
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