So the Associated Press is apparently reporting that the US presidential race is far closer than it would often seem to be the case. From where I stand, this would seem to be a very odd thing. I have always thought that Obama seemed to have the most public and media support by far. However, this post is not so much about which of them are actually winning. I am no fan of either candidate. As I said during the Canadian Federal Election, I feel that both major parties in both countries are basically two sides of the same dirty coin, although in this particular case, I feel Obama is the elite's "chosen one".
What I am concerned about, is this apparent attempt to make the race seem close. It was the case in Canada too. Most people "had a feeling" that Harper was once again going to have a minority government. Lo and behold, that was the case. Don't most people now seem to "have a feeling" that Obama is going to be the next US President? So why do we need to be made to feel that the race is a tight contest?
Could it be that we're supposed to be focusing on that, and not why the trillions of dollars of corporate banking bail-out money seems to be being hoarded? Could it be to keep us on edge as late as possible? Could it be to get us worried about another stolen election and then to give us a sense of relief when Obama actually wins, all the while the world continues to accelerate in its breaking apart? If so, just how much could this sense of relief be used to bring more people into the Obama "believers" camp?
People, I beseech thee....come together in freedom, equality, consideration and common sense, not in following some righteous-seeming "golden boy".
Here's my little bit of prophetic gibberish, I hope I am wrong......now it's Obama, in a few years it will be Prince William.
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