Puppet Obama confident of re-election in November
Grant J. Kidney — The polls are in and they suggest a tremendous backwards slide for presidential candidate Mitt Romney. On the same token however, Barack Obama has witnessed an up-surge, primarily due to rising concerns that Mitt Romney doesn’t necessarily have the best of views on foreign policy. Of course awakened individuals will see right through the thin veneer of this presidential race and recognize that both candidates have been bought and paid for by the very same banking interests and hence do not have the needs of the people in center focus.
Last week, Mitt Romney came under intense scrutiny for statements made concerning the deadly riots in the middle east and Obama’s apparent failure at getting a grip on the situation. In a bi-partisan rebuke of the presidential candidate, fellow republicans and democrats alike took turns lambasting Romney for what is seen as a lack of foreign policy expertise.
It would seem that the crisis in the middle east spurred by an anti-Islam film depicting the prophet Mohammed as a drunk homosexual has greatly benefited President Obama’s re-election effort. A recent survey puts Obama at 51% over his rival’s measly 43%. Americans seem to think that keeping the current President on board is a much better alternative to electing a fresh new face- especially in lieu of global uncertainties.
Obama stylishly declares, ‘YOLO, baby!’, as the rest of the country looks for work
Last night, Barack Obama visited rapper Jay-Z at his exclusive ’40/40′ club in New York City for a $40,000 per head fundraising event. It was all giggles and smiles at Jay-Z’s club despite a crumbling economy, stifling unemployment numbers, and 18 million hungry children outside of the elite gathering. But what does Obama care? After all, he earns approximately half a million dollars per year, lives in a mansion paid for out of the public treasury, gets free health care, and goes golfing with millionaires.
It would seem that Obama is quite confident that he will be re-elected in November. Actually, I shouldn’t say ‘re-elected’ as any one who is aware of how the process of putting leaders into office actually works will know that they are selected and then ‘re-selected’ if they do a nice job for the bankers who put them where they are.
There seems to be no indication that Romney has any kind of trick up his sleeve to win greater favor with the public. For hardliners however, voting their party’s candidate is a prime directive- and so nevertheless, the battle- or dare I say, ‘reality show’ rages on.
With the first Presidential debate scheduled for October 3rd, it will be interesting to watch two very similar candidates pretend to be much different from one another, knowing full well that across the country, uniformed Americans will be selecting which puppet it is that they identify with the most.