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Old 07-30-2012, 07:03 AM
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Does Barack Obama Expect The Upcoming Election To Spark Rampant Civil Unrest?

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What is Barack Obama preparing for? What does Barack Obama actually expect to happen in November? Does he believe that the upcoming election could actually spark rampant civil unrest inside the United States? The conditions are certainly ripe for civil unrest in this country. A multitude of recent polls and surveys have shown that Americans are angrier and more frustrated than ever.

Sadly, we are taking a lot of that anger and frustration out on each other. America is more divided today than at any other time since the Civil War era. The left absolutely hates Mitt Romney the Republicans, and the right absolutely hates Barack Obama and the Democrats. If you doubt this, just surf political blogs for a few hours and read the comments that people leave. This country is a boiling cauldron of hatred and anger and all it is going to take is just the right "spark" to cause all of this hatred and anger to absolutely explode.

This upcoming election season is likely to be one of the most heated and divisive election seasons in U.S. history, and if there is not a clear winner on election night there is the potential that chaos could be unleashed that would be far, far worse than anything we saw during the Bush/Gore debacle of 2000.

Right now, the polls tell us that this is likely to be a very, very tight election. If you doubt this, just check out the daily Gallup tracking poll.

As I write this, Obama and Romney are tied at 46 percent.

In 2008, a wave of positive emotion helped Obama secure a solid victory on election night where there was no doubt about the outcome.

But this time there is not going to be the same wave of positive emotion behind Obama, and that means that the election is likely to be much, much closer.

One thing that set off alarm bells for me is when various news stories starting discussing the "legion of lawyers" that Barack Obama was recruiting for this election. The following is from a recent article in the Huffington Post....
http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/a...t-civil-unrest

Do you think that politics divides rather it brings together? If so, what would bring people together according to you?
 
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:12 AM
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Do you think that politics divides rather it brings together?
Absolutely, especially in the US.
There are only 2 viable political parties in the US. That alone sets up a situation ripe for oppositely opposed poles.
In the US, there is RIGHT and there is LEFT. There is almost no MIDDLE.
The people on the right believe strongly in the right and the people on the left believe strongly in the left.
There is very little room for compromise as both groups view compromise as weakness and believe a compromise would jeopardize their position.

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If so, what would bring people together according to you?
I think that will happen when a lot of folks on both sides recognize that the political leaders on both sides are taking their orders from the same group of people (and it ain't the citizenry).
When you have a situation where Obama and Romney are funded by nearly the same list of corporations with the same agenda, that tells you that the people with the money that makes politics work, don't care who wins the election because the corporations funding the politicians will win, regardless of who gets voted into office.

Obama's Contributors: http://www.opensecrets.org/pres08/co...?cid=N00009638
Romney's Contributors: http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/co...p?id=N00000286

Who ends up on both lists?
1. Goldman Sachs
2. JP Morgan
3. Citigroup
4. Morgan Stanley
5. General Electric

These companies contribute to BOTH campaigns. Why? Because they win, either way.

When the American people can come together and recognize the false LEFT and RIGHT puppet show for what it is and work together to oust the puppet masters and their beholden politicians, I believe the LEFT and the RIGHT will get more of what they want in a country by cooperating, rather than less of what they want.

Just my 3 cents (inflation adjusted).
 
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:39 AM
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Does Barack Obama Expect The Upcoming Election To Spark Rampant Civil Unrest?
Are there Thunder Storms in the Sahara .... ?


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NE: But this time there is not going to be the same wave of positive emotion behind Obama, and that means that the election is likely to be much, much closer.
not ... positive emotion behind Obama


after the near economic collapse fostered by Republicans in August 2011 that failed, and the reemergence of a reinvigorated Administration afterwards there is little likelihood such a negative emotional atmosphere will reemerge to assist republicans for the 2012 elections as was their underlying success in 2010.

if not positive emotion by Democrats their Bedrock support for the Obama Administration has held in tact and appears to be gaining momentum going into the Fall campaign. also the comfort level in campaigning against Romney only seems to increase - maybe not so close afterall.


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Do you think that politics divides rather it brings together?

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Who ends up on both lists?
1. Goldman Sachs
2. JP Morgan
3. Citigroup
4. Morgan Stanley
5. General Electric

These companies contribute to BOTH campaigns. Why? Because they win, either way.

the above is what makes America "work" -

my guess what divides are the social zealouts and their followers - on that front at present it is the Tea Party Republicans war on woman - Sara Palin and Religious Interventionist, IMO.
 
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Old 07-31-2012, 10:26 AM
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Are there Thunder Storms in the Sahara .... ?
What's your point? Demonizing the authors that do not share your views?


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my guess what divides are the social zealouts and their followers - on that front at present it is the Tea Party Republicans war on woman - Sara Palin and Religious Interventionist, IMO.
I think you are in denial of who control both parties and their mechanisms.

Zap and I explained very well how it works in many threads.

It is not difficult to understand that the masters love to ignite the hate between Democrats and Republicans because it will result status quo. IMO, If you don't pass the cap of this silly game, you may not see the other game above that.
 
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-- Unemployment has been over 8% for forty plus months, the number of people on wlfare has doubled, and the government is spending money at a rate so reckless that drunken sailors have begun to object to the comparison.

-- Even the Huffington Post notices Obama hiring a "legion of lawyers".

-- The DOJ (which was remarkably understanding about a couple of black guys in military fatigues armed with a billy club guarding a polling station while screaming taunts at white voters...) wants to keep Florida from cleaning dead people from the voter rolls and keep Texas and Carolina from making sure the voter is who they claim to be.

-- The Dems filed a lawsuit to say the extra 3 days for Ohio military voters on absentee ballots is irrational and unfair.

-- The federal government got caught peddling arms to Mexican drug lords and the presidents response to an inquiry on the resulting cover-up was to shield the docs with executive privilege.

-- The president has signed recent executive orders giving himself dictatorial powers in the event of a "crisis"...

-- and several domestic agencies appear to be arming for war.
All of this raises one burning question in my mind: I wonder if Mitt Romney really got outta paying taxes for a whole decade?
 
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Do you think that politics divides rather it brings together? If so, what would bring people together according to you?
Australia's politics is working along the "politics divides" regime this time. The Government says this and the Opposition says NO. Simple as that, black and white and no thought to compromise or bi-partisan agreement.

The Government wants reform and is being haunted in it's every move by the ugly ultra conservative Rupert Murdoch media who have no problems telling great big porkies and running fear agendas. It's the first time it has happened to this extent and the PM and Opposition leader both have dismal popularity ratings.

Usually our politicians are able to work together to some extent especially on issues that have the country at heart but not this time.

If the Opposition gets elected it will spend its entire first term undoing everything the government has done based purely on fear campaigns rather than facts. One year until election and hopefully people will wake up to themselves.
 
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