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Friday, May 25, 2007

Safe votes in a puppet congress

Clinton, Obama, and Pelosi’s votes against the occupation funding are what we call "safe votes." They had enough votes to pass the funding, so their highest-profile leaders could vote no and tell the voters they voted no. It’s a big sham and I hope more and more voters see through it.

According to the book "Who's Who of the Elite" by Robert Gaylon Ross, Sr., the Republicans and Democrats take their orders from the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission, most likely headed by David Rockefeller.

Here's what he said about the Bilderbergs:

"They decide when wars should start, how long they should last, when they should end, who will and will not participate, the changes in boundaries of countries resulting from the outcome of these wars, who will lend the money to support the war efforts, and who will lend the money to rebuild the countries after they have been destroyed by war."

Based on yesterday's sell-out, it's obvious somebody above them is pulling the strings.


At Fri May 25, 03:51:00 PM CDT, Blogger Sheryl said...

Pelosi voted against the war initially, when it wasn't a popular thing to do, although what you say is true for Clinton, I'm sure. She also made some unpopular appointments purely because the people involved were anti-war, so I think you are full of crap on that one. I don't actually like Pelosi, but I do think she is genuinely against the war. I don't know enough about Obama to say.

At Fri May 25, 10:38:00 PM CDT, Blogger Renegade Eye said...

OT: This blogger is a long time commenter on mine. He is also a Green Party supporter. I'd recommend visiting it.


I agree with Tom. The Dems disagree with Bush on tactics, not strategy. The Dems and Republicans share the same goals. The Dems are not against the war, they only want antiwar votes.

At Sat May 26, 05:54:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

Looks like a good site, Renegade. By the way, Renegade predicted this Democratic cave-in:


Sheryl, so Pelosi, the leader of the House Democratic Caucus, the most powerful person there, couldn’t convince her own party to end the bloodshed? I don’t believe it.

This morning an associate of mine wanted to know if the Democrats had enough votes to stop the occupation. I said they didn’t have to pass anything. We went back and forth a few times, so I put it another way: I said the Republicans didn’t have enough votes to continue funding the occupation. That made sense to him, and he added that we’ve been there what four years, and maybe that’s enough.


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