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The Illuminati is alive and well

 

THE HILLARY MOMENT - is the title of an article by Pat Caddell (and Douglas Schoen)

 

Who seem to think that Obama should step aside and make room for... you know who.

 

"He should abandon hsi candidacy for re-election in favor of a clear alternative, one capable not only of saving the Democratic Party, but more important, of governing effectively (I'm going to choke while typing this) and in a way that preserves the most impportant of the President's accomplishments. He should step aside for the one candidate who would become, by acclamation, the nominee of the Democratic Party: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."

 

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(I cannot help but think: It was always planned thus. Freedom from Illuminati interference is a long way away.)

 

They go on:

"We write as patriots and Democrats- concerned about the fate of our party and most of all, of our country."

 

(I want to scream. How does putting a high level member of the Illuminati help our country? Of course, it may help save the faltering power of the Dark Cabal... And thanks, Mr. Caddell and Mr. Schoen, for letting us know where your true loyalties lie.)

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The Latest Republican Debate ... on National Security

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUB4_R71vwE

 

A warmongers' delight? Not if Ron Paul can help it.

 

Here's John Huntsman doing a worth job taking on

the War-monging Mitt Romney:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02KZACn5ICM

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THE HILLARY MOMENT - is the title of an article by Pat Caddell (and Douglas Schoen)

 

Who seem to think that Obama should step aside and make room for... you know who.

 

"He should abandon hsi candidacy for re-election in favor of a clear alternative, one capable not only of saving the Democratic Party, but more important, of governing effectively (I'm going to choke while typing this) and in a way that preserves the most impportant of the President's accomplishments. He should step aside for the one candidate who would become, by acclamation, the nominee of the Democratic Party: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."

I wonder if Pat Caddell is in touch with the same strange Source as is behind this web article:

 

Source says Barak won't Run in 2012 - Hillary Will and She will WIN!!

 

Posted By: Rayelan [send E-Mail]

Date: Tuesday, 22-Nov-2011

A source I have known for over 20 years has ties to people high up in the intel world.

 

He called last night... he was talking so fast that I had to slow him down.

 

He said that Washington DC knows it already and it should start appearing in various newspapers soon...

 

He doesn't know what excuse they are going to use to force Obama to step down... maybe a scandal... maybe his birth certificate, maybe cancer. But he will be forced to step down and since Hillary needs to gear up for the election... she will need to start asap.

 

You do remember that she is the most popular politician in the WORLD. When I read those headlines a few months ago, I figured the power elite was getting ready to put her in the Oval Office.

 

Then I found out that the 22nd amendment... the one that only allows a president two elected terms... says NOTHING about putting a president in to be a place holder until the next election.

. . .

My source said that all of Washington knows that Obama is about to step down. He said that he can't imagine that it won't be leaking soon.

 

I wonder what excuse he will use. Of course he has to save face... so it will probably be his health. He could even use that excuse for his being so out of touch with people. And if you have noticed how much weight he has lost... he could possibly have cancer. Remember Steve Jobs toward the end.

 

What has America learned as a result of the Obama presidency.

 

The one thing we have learned is we must pass a law demanding that the candidate prove he is a United States Citizen. We must at least be sure that he doesn't have more allegiance to the land of his birth than he does to the United States.

 

/more: http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=222427

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There's bipartisan agreement on one issue...

 

 

 

(it is possible that the primary voters may have a MESSAGE for the mainstream media...)

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Gingrich Leads, Cain Exits

 

In Iowa:

Gingrich is at 25%, and Ron Paul is at 18% support

 

(in terms of consistency of message: Ron Paul is the real thing. Gingrich is a wax banana.)

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If Ron Paul wins the U.S. Presidential elections it will restore my faith in democracy and the wisdom of the American people.

 

Sadly the chances are slim when you consider the vested interests he opposes.

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(The pundits still say Ron Paul is "unacceptable."):

 

Poll: Gingrich, Romney only "acceptable" candidates to GOP voters

By Brian Montopoli Topics Campaign 2012

 

A new poll out from Gallup finds that only Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are considered acceptable presidential candidates by a majority of Republican and Republican-leaning independent voters.

 

Sixty-two percent called Gingrich an "acceptable" GOP nominee, while 54 percent called Romney "acceptable." (Thirty-four percent called Gingrich unacceptable, and 41 percent said the same of Romney.) While those figures are higher than any of the other Republican presidential candidates, it's worth noting that less than two-thirds sees either man as an acceptable nominee.

 

The numbers for Ron Paul, who is polling in third in Iowa, are discouraging. Just 34 percent called Paul an acceptable nominee, while 62 percent called him unacceptable. Rick Santorum tied Paul as the candidate seen by the highest percentage of voters as unacceptable.

 

Texas governor Rick Perry, once seen as a frontrunner for the nomination, was called unacceptable by 52 percent of voters. Fifty-six percent called Michele Bachmann unacceptable, while 58 percent called both Jon Huntsman and Herman Cain (who has suspended his candidacy) unacceptable. Only 28 percent said Huntsman would be an acceptable nominee.

 

The finding suggest both that the Republican presidential race is moving toward a contest between Gingrich and Romney and that Republicans remain less than thrilled with their options for taking on President Obama in the general election...

 

/more: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57336963-503544/poll-gingrich-romney-only-acceptable-candidates-to-gop-voters/?tag=re1.galleries

 

My own feeling is more like this: Not-Ron-Paul is unacceptable.

American voters are approximately 64% morons, is what that poll tells me.

 

Ron Paul's Big Dog Ad:

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Former U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) tells Keith how an audit of the Federal Reserve shows that the agency “play[ed] Russian roulette” with the U.S. dollar over the course of more than $26 trillion worth of bank bailouts.

 

The Fed played favorites:

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1ue8rl/current.com/shows/countdown/videos/alan-grayson-on-the-audit-revealing-trillions-in-bank-bailouts-by-the-federal-reserve\

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The Real Battle for the soul of a nation may be about to begin: PAUL VERSUS THE ILLUMINATI PUPPETS

 

One by one, the clowns have been knocked off: Bachman, Caine, ... and now Gringrich (probably). Sadly, the one man, apart from Ron Paul, who spoke sense was John Huntsman - who struggled to get to 4%.

 

This may leaves the man who best represents freedom, about to challenge "Android Man" Romney.

 

If Ron can knock off Romney, then the Principle Puppet Obama will be facing Mr Paul, and Obama will have the millions and the Illuminati forces behind him. Paul needs the electorate to wake up before the election.

 

Why do I say this?

Today's Headline: "Paul sees late surge in Republican Race."

...a libetarian outsider closes in on frontrunners

"The other candidates are scared of Ron Paul and his ability to attract strong supporters

(And so they should be! There is real power in telling the truth, and sticking to principles.)

 

"Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul!"

(I have had dreams of millions shouting this as a protest against the corruption of business-as-usual politicians)

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Couldn't find it?

This was first posted in the Fringe section

Ron Paul on the Jay Leno show

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMUZIVYuluc

 

Edit: Apologies I meant to post this on the 2012 Presidential thread

According to Ron Paul, speaking on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on Friday, Bachmann supports attack on Iran because she hates Muslims. CBN News reports that when host Jay Leno asked what he thought of his GOP rivals, Paul commenting on Bachmann slowed his voice and said: “She doesn’t like Muslims, she hates them, she wants to go get ‘em.”

 

Bachmann, at a campaign stop in Iowa, responded, saying: "Of course I don't hate Muslims. That's an absolutely outrageous statement. What I love are Americans and the American people."

 

Observers see Paul's statement in the context of the debate between both candidates on Thursday night in which they had a heated exchange over Iran's nuclear program. Paul expressed his disbelief in the widely made claim that Iran is "within months" of developing a nuclear weapon. Paul strongly criticized U.S. sanctions against Iran as an "act of war."

 

Paul is well known as a non-interventionist and the views he expressed on Thursday night's debate were consistent with his political philosophy. Bachmann, during the debate, had strongly criticized Ron Paul, describing his position on Iran as dangerous. Bachmann said: "I think I have never heard a more dangerous answer for American security than the one that we just heard from Ron Paul." She received a wide applause for her retort.

 

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/316325#ixzz1gvwKjzem

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According to the latest poll from Public Policy Polling, former House speaker Newt Gingrich holds just a one percentage point lead over Congressman Ron Paul among likely Republican voters.

In a Republican presidential contest that to date has largely been defined by the range of dramatic pendulum swings, a new poll coming out of Iowa just three weeks before the Iowa caucus reflects the rise of the Libertarian-leaning former Texas Congressman Ron Paul, vaulting Paul to a statistical tie for first place with national frontrunner and former House speaker Newt Gingrich.

 

The poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, positioned Gingrich with 22 percent of the vote and Paul with 21 percent. Romney placed third with 16 percent, according to a report by the Daily Caller.

 

(I suppose this shows how Gingrich can sell destruct)

 

Further, Gingrich's followers in Iowa did not appear to demonstrate the kind of steadiness that Paul has enjoyed among his supporters. According to additional findings by Public Policy Polling, only 54 percent of Gingrich's supporters said they were certain to vote for Gingrich, while 77 percent said they were committed to voting for Paul and 67 percent said they were certain to choose Romney, as Time reported on Tuesday.

. . .

Some Conservatives and Tea Party supporters have questioned Gingrich's resolve to usher in the kind of change they see as crucial to moving the country forward, namely smaller government through robust cuts in federal redundancies and departments they see as markedly unnecessary. Paul's message has resonated strongly with Tea Party-minded Conservatives but also with Independents and younger voters who are also seeking change and consistency in their politicians.

 

Paul saw the collapse of the Herman Cain campaign as potentially beneficial, as many of Cain's supporters were broadly seen as disaffected Independents. This may partially explain Paul's success in Iowa

 

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/316072#ixzz1gvzGnbgF

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EXCERPTS

...the baseless ongoing accusations against Ron Paul that will likely solidify the groundswell behind the Texan, with such desperate platitudes as "Ron Paul's libertarian ideology would lead to economic chaos and isolationism, neither of which this nation can afford." As it turns out, according to the latest Public Policy Polling data we can skip the kneejerk reaction and go straight to the after effect, because as of the latest polling, Ron Paul has finally taken the lead in Iowa. Granted this is just one of many polling organizations, and potentially it may be biased, but the bottom line is that often time reality (objective and subjective) is self-reinforcing. And when the US public realizes that the only candidate who deserves to be in the White House has a running chance, they will flock to him. Suddenly backing Ron Paul may just become the next cool thing. As for the Gingrich "honeymoon", it was over well before the nth divorce (pardon the pun)

. . .

Newt Gingrich's campaign is rapidly imploding, and Ron Paul has now taken the lead in Iowa. He's at 23% to 20% for Mitt Romney, 14% for Gingrich, 10% each for Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Perry, 4% for Jon Huntsman, and 2% for Gary Johnson.

. . .

Paul's base of support continues to rely on some unusual groups for a Republican contest. Among voters under 45 he's at 33% to 16% for Romney and 11% for Gingrich. He's really going to need that younger than normal electorate because with seniors Romney's blowing him out 31-15 with Gingrich coming in 2nd at 18%. Paul is also cleaning up 35-14 with the 24% of voters who identify as either Democrats or independents. Romney is actually ahead 22-19 with GOP voters. Young people and non-Republicans are an unusual coalition to hang your hat on in Iowa, and it will be interesting to see if Paul can actually pull it off.

 

(Indeed. These groups are say "F--- Y--" to machine politicians.

They want GENUINE change. Not Romney's type or even Obama's type.

The mainstream idiot commentators have ignored Ron Paul, and they

may soon get a lesson in paying attention to reality, not the fantasies

portrayed on the deeply-compromised tube.)

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How the Iowa GOP Plans a Rigged Election - Watch the Vote 2012 !!

 

"This is big time criminal fraud my friends, and your responsible action now in these primary states could save the American democratic system."

 

/see: http://chasvoice.blogspot.com/2011/12/how-iowa-gop-plans-rigged-election.html

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RP: 21% / MR: 20% / NG: 19%

 

"If Ron Paul wins, focus on who comes in second."

 

"A Ron Paul win will trivialise the process in Iowa."

 

"Some are saying Ron Paul is a rascist."

 

Congressman Paul handles these comments well.

He doesn't ask him:

 

"Would you consider Newt Gingrich as your running mate."

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NG: The amazing shrinking man

 

NBC poll: Mitt Romney, Ron Paul neck-and-neck in Iowa; Newt Gingrich in 5th

 

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Texas Rep. Ron Paul are running neck-and-neck in Iowa, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum is surging and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich collapsing just four days before the state's Jan. 3 caucuses, according to a new NBC News-Marist poll.

Romney drew the support of 23 percent of likely caucus-goers in Iowa – identified based on interest, chance of voting and past participation – ahead of Paul, at 21 percent.

They are followed by Santorum at 15 percent, Texas Gov. Rick Perry at 14 percent, Gingrich at 13 percent and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann at 6 percent.

 

/see: http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/12/30/9822616-nbc-poll-mitt-romney-ron-paul-neck-and-neck-in-iowa-newt-gingrich-in-5th

 

Santorum : in an anti-RP ad: "We need someone who is not in the Dennis Kutchinik (anti-war) wing."

 

Wrong : Iowa needs to send a clear message : AGAINST WAR-MONGERS

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WHO do you like in IOWA?

 

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Is a vote for Ron Paul a vote against George W. Bush?

December 30, 2011|By Dante Ramos, Globe Staff

 

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa -- If Ron Paul finishes first in Tuesday's caucuses in Iowa, it won't just be a speed bump in Mitt Romney's path to the GOP presidential nomination. It'll also be a powerful statement about the last Republican president. In a speech in a jam-packed auditorium here last night, Paul laid out a platform that's at odds with virtually every policy, other than tax cuts, that George W. Bush pursued. The Texas congressman criticized military spending, the Iraq war, the Patriot Act, the killing of US citizens abroad without trial, and even restrictions on the Internet.

 

/more: http://articles.boston.com/2011-12-30/bostonglobe/30573657_1_ron-paul-texas-congressman-president-obama

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RP: 21% / MR: 20% / NG: 19%

 

"If Ron Paul wins, focus on who comes in second."

 

"A Ron Paul win will trivialise the process in Iowa."

 

"Some are saying Ron Paul is a rascist."

 

Congressman Paul handles these comments well.

He doesn't ask him:

 

"Would you consider Newt Gingrich as your running mate."

 

 

An honest politician! Very strange.

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Even the Intellectually-challenged deserve a chance, suggest the Iowa voters,

who decide to give some support to the man JHK calls the dumbest in the race

 

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The dumbest here, place raise your hand - RS in a rare moment of honesty

 

Poll shows Romney leading Iowa over Paul, Santorum surging

 

The Des Moines Register poll, released Saturday night, shows Romney at 24% among likely Republican caucus participants, with Ron Paul right behind him at 22% and Santorum in third place at 15%.

 

The poll was conducted over four days this week, but according to the survey, by pollster Ann Setzer, Santorum surged to 21 % over the final two days of polling, suggesting that voters have gravitated to him as his media profile has risen.

 

Santorum had long set his sights on Iowa, traveling tirelessly throughout its 99 counties and giving hundreds of events, and until this week he had shown little in terms of viability. As support for Newt Gingrich has fallen off, however, no one has benefited more than Santorum.

 

The poll also suggested Santorum was siphoning support away from Paul. Over the final two days of polling, Paul dropped to 18% while Romney remained at 24%.

 

Santorum has taken to bashing Paul’s foreign policy outlook repeatedly, warning about the threat posed should Iran obtain a nuclear weapon.

 

The poll has Gingrich down to 12%, with Rick Perry right behind him at 11%. The fast-fading Michele Bachmann was at 7%. As an indicator of the race's ongoing volatility, 41 % of caucus-goers interviewed said they could still change their minds

 

/more: http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-iowa-poll-shows-romney-santorum-surging-20111231,0,243604.story

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Iowa is traditionally the "Winnowing ground", and only maybe three viable candidates are likely to come out of the primary election there:

 

+ Mitt Romney,

+ Ron Paul, and

+ One other - to be determined

 

Romney supporters want to see the end of Gingrich's campaign

 

/useful video: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/27/iowa-caucus-2012-live_n_1170077.html?ref=politics

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Huntsman: the guy who was Obama's ambassador to China, thinks Ron Paul lives in the Twilight Zone

 

Huntsman campaign hits Ron Paul with 'Twilight Zone' video

By Alicia M. Cohn - 01/01/12 03:18 PM ET

Jon Huntsman's presidential campaign released a new web video this weekend painting GOP rival Ron Paul as a "Twilight Zone" candidate.

 

The "Ron Paul Chronicles" video hits Paul using theme music from the sci-fi thriller series "Twilight Zone." Playing the music over a series of clips featuring Paul, the campaign apparently hopes to make the point that Paul has a history of making crazy or scary statements.

 

/see: http://thehill.com/video/campaign/201897-huntsman-campaign-hits-ron-paul-with-twlight-zone-scare-video

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Mostly the ideas that RP espouses sound sensible, if out of the mainstream,

so JH labels himself with this ad as out-of-touch, or another puppet.

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The Donald's ego needs further stroking

 

Donald Trump breaks with GOP, changes party registration

 

Donald Trump is declaring his independence.

 

After years as a registered Republican, the outspoken real estate mogul has filed paperwork to become an unaffiliated voter in his home state of New York.

 

Trump made the change official Thursday, a move prompted by his stated interest in mounting a third-party presidential run in 2012.

 

"Mr. Trump has said for almost a year that if he is not satisfied with who the Republican candidate is, he may elect to run as an independent," spokesman Michael Cohen said Friday. "This change in party affiliation certainly preserves his right to do so, after the finale of 'The Apprentice' in May.

 

/more: http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-trump-changes-party-registration-20111223,0,1011846.story

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