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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 5:08 pm 
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Chillingly similar to the Bush genocide


http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/ju ... illing.htm




Folks, this isn't Bush or Mcnasty that master minded this end game plan. It is a Wall Sreet/Zionist/Rockefeller plan with Wolfowitz as the chief architect.

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PT's Referenced Article wrote:

. . . . .
(Supporters include)
John R. Bolton
Former U.S. ambassador to U.N. (Nomination to U.N. rejected by Senate, but George W. Bush put him in place on a recess appointment. Name floated for possible secretary of state for McCain. PNAC director.

. . . .

A McCain administration would be likely to:

Invest incredible amounts of money in sustaining multiple, simultaneous wars overseas at the expense of neglecting pressing concerns at home, including the economy, health care, the environment and education.

Stockpile nuclear weapons, while seeking to prohibit its adversaries from having them.

Attempt to shield the U.S. with a multilayered missile defense system based on land, at sea, in the air and in space, while demanding that nations that are not its allies become sitting ducks.

Strive to develop more potent chemical and biological weapons-not to mention the genotype-specific variety, while at the same time claiming to be fighting a "war on terror."

Legalize "Total Information Awareness"-going through all Americans' phone calls, e-mail messages and other personal records without needing probable cause.

Take control of the Internet, globally using it as an offensive political weapon-while claiming to be spreading democracy throughout the world.

Dispense with checks and balances in favor of the "unitary executive authority" of the president.

Alienate nations that refuse to join our war coalitions.

Deny that there is (or can be) a United Nations.
A McCain administration would rule by fear, perceive right in terms of military might and subscribe to the idea of "do as I say and not as I do." As a consequence, instead of rebuilding the image of America as a model of justice and civility, it would further sully respect for this nation throughout the world.


John Bolton's proven anger management issues make McWarSameBush's look minor. The only way he gets to Sec of State is by not needing Senate confirmation, an apparent goal of a third Bush administration.

I find the list of what a McWarSameBush's administration would do just a repeat of the War Chimp's. Their plan to take over the internet had a recent setback when the attempt to provide free wireless access for the whole country collapsed. Too many ISP's objected to losing their major source of profit.

McWarSameBush has been an active participant in PNAC from the beginning. This alone is sufficient reason to reject grandpa.

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[url=http://www.rawstory.com/news/mochila/DNC_wants_McCain_investigated_06172008.html]DNC wants McCain investigated

Democrats sue for investigation of McCain decision to reject public money for primary

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Democratic Party officials plan to file a new lawsuit to compel federal regulators to investigate whether Sen. John McCain violated election laws by withdrawing from public financing.

The Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday it will sue next week in U.S. District Court. It will ask the court to order the Federal Election Commission to examine, within 30 days, the legality of McCain's decision to reject $5.8 million in taxpayer funds.

By turning down the money, the presumed Republican nominee was able avoid strict spending limits between now and the GOP's national convention in September.

At issue is a $4 million line of credit the McCain campaign obtained late last year. While the loan was not secured by the promise of public funds, his agreement with the bank required McCain to reapply for public funds if he lost early primary contests and to use that money as collateral.

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Where do the stories go that we post in this forum that are promising "investigations?" Do they ever actually take place? :?

I thought about posting this next article in the Believe It or Not forum, but then decided to put it in this thread...MAYBE THE "MCSAME" TITLE HAS GOTTEN TO THE MCSAME CAMPAIGN! :twisted:


[url=http://tpmelectioncentral.talkingpointsmemo.com/2008/07/mccain_camps_new_attack_obama.php]McCain Camp's New Attack: Obama Is The One Who's The Same As Bush
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The McCain campaign is taking their effort to distance their candidate from the unpopular President Bush to a whole new level: McCain's advisers are now openly attacking Bush on Iraq -- and not only that, they're also saying that Barack Obama is the one who is like Bush on the war!

On a conference call just now with reporters, McCain foreign policy adviser Randy Scheunemann compared Barack Obama's insistence on a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq to Bush's insistence that we were winning even as things went badly for years.

"I think the American people have had enough of inflexibility and stubbornness in national security policy," Scheunemann said. When asked later by the Huffington Post's Sam Stein whether the campaign was disparaging President Bush, Scheunemann dug in: "We cannot afford to replace one administration that refused for too long to acknowledge failure in Iraq with a candidate that refuses to acknowledge success in Iraq."

Forget "McSame." The candidate who would really continue Bush's policies is "BushBama."


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Obama talked a great game for a year. But there will be little difference, that is true.

All of the majors received their financing from the Rockefeller controlled interests: Wall Street/defense contractors/big oil.

Obama promises to be a great globalist. Say hello to the NAU.

We will celebrate when Bush and Cheney ride out of town. Then start gnashing our teeth before their dust settles.

Uncle Sam has been pinned by 10,000 yards of globalist wire.

The globalists far prefer a USSA of Amerikka prior to a NAU.

Dictatorships are far easier to manage.

Thats my two cents.

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[url=http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/20080815_mccain_more_dangerous_than_bush/?ln]McCain Is More Dangerous Than Bush
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The brief, bloody Georgia war provided another example of John McCain’s reckless views on foreign policy and what he’ll do if he becomes president.

He’s Bush but worse. Forget the moderate image, promoted by an admiring media. Forget the so-called straight talk and independence. With the Russian-Georgian war winding down, McCain has firmly established himself as an old-fashioned Cold Warrior and a supporter of the huge oil companies that have a big stake in Georgia and the rest of the Caucasus.

President Bush talks to the Russians. McCain seems to long for the Iron Curtain days of those long decades of conflict with plenty of brinkmanship, saber rattling and possibly a trip to the edge of war.

Bush chatted with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin during the Olympics, even while Russian troops were invading Georgia. Engagement with the Russians is alien to McCain. For example, he urged Bush to boycott a meeting of the Group of Eight, composed of major industrial nations, in St. Petersburg in 2006. Bush ignored his advice.

And whereas Bush said that when he looked Putin “in the eye,” “I found him to be very straightforward and trustworthy” and “I was able to get a sense of his soul,” McCain said, “I looked into his eyes and saw three letters, a K, a G and a B.”


MORE AT THE LINK!!!!!!!

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