I wonder how write-in votes are scanned? And counted? The computerized system is terrible, we can probably all agree.
Let me make a point here about the "chosen one", please. Hilary Clinton was actually the Chosen One, and I suspect Obama was going to run as VP. But she got overly --something-- and was dropped. Lots of plans had to change. The biggest reason why she is now SecState is the old "keep your enemies closer" half of that idiom. Plans just ain't what they used to be. Our group is at least partially responsible for that! --MaryK
Courtesy is owed. Respect is earned. Love is given. (Unknown author, found in Guide to Texas Etiquette by Kinky Friedman)
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2010 08:36:51 +0000
Subject: Re: [Rick's Gardening Tips] Know Someone Who Thinks Anything Is Obama's Fault?
THANK YOU, Robert.
You just described my REASON for voting in 2008.
I used the "write-in" option, wherein I entered:
"NO CONFIDENCE" (in the electoral process) (because
there was no one to vote FOR, and no reason to).
I'm no Obama-basher, not at ALL. He's the same as
the others, except he was the CHOSEN one by the
puppet-masters. The 'election' (show) is irrelevant.
They needed a prettier face, a more lucid "TALK",
enough to keep the pissed-off populace consoled
and pacified, yet just enough conflict to maintain
some conflict, maintain the "us-VS-them" duel.
It's all a DISTRACTION - from some of the biggest
fraud(s) in humankind: the (fractional reserve)
banking cartels - and their (historical) act -
and now the "health" (fraud) ACT, too, - mostly
just a subsidy or "bailout" for the health finance
THANK you ALSO for identifying the location of
that famed (yet elusive) "over-the-horizon radar"
... slightly aft, just over the perineal horizon.
I doubt it CAN be "pulled out" of there, though.
But don't worry, it's not fatal, just a whiney old
dog, needing some diapers, nice boy, so very old.
(OOPS, where's that flea powder?)
Thanks again, Robert, really.
PS. what's that old saying about the two-party
"system" and the People ???
Democracy is like two wolves and a sheep deciding
on what to have for dinner.
--- In email@example.com, "Robert Busser" <RBusser@...> wrote:
> Obama is just another zionist stooge, no real difference between him and Mccain
> pretty sad and ironic you roll this garbage out on the day Obama and the zion traitors in congress renew the patriot act.
> Al "we all know one party has been a little easier on all of us"
> and that would be?
> 1. the libertarian party?
> 2. The green Party?
> 3. Nader?
> We all know you cannot mean the democrats were any easier on us?
> More War, More Bailouts for cronies, now we are doing assassination of U.S. Citizens (patriot act on steroids)
> Pull your head out of the place the sun does not shine Al.
> you may or may not have some value in regards to battling chemtrails, but your reasoning ability is garbage.....
> please sell that pile of dung somewhere else
> "Obama and the democrats are easier, assassination of citizens is kinder and gentler form of govt"
> What planet are you from really?
> From: Al Gray
> Sent: Sunday, February 28, 2010 7:09 PM
> To: Holistically Assisted Aerial Reclamation Project
> Subject: [Rick's Gardening Tips] Know Someone Who Thinks That Everything Is Obama's Fault?
> Well, yes! I do! Found this on a web site link from Raw Story. Reality Check for those whose default position is Obama-bashing. They don't realize that they voted for a president, not a dictator. Presidents have to work within the limits of what Congress will allow. Then, when the President has been in office for two months, they begin to complain that he hasn't fixed just everything, you know. A dictator would have had his ideas implemented and bearing fruit by now. But ask them if they want a dictator, and they'll turn pale and say no. They just want a president who can deliver on all their personal hot-button issues, and they want it now. So, all you bashers, read this. You may have to go to the web site, as the embedded video won't display in Yahoo mail.
> >>>>>>>>Know someone who thinks everything is Obama���s fault? Send them this
> Fair is fair, you guys. I take a few pot shots at Mr. Obama myself, mostly from a progressive���s vantage. The whole lot of us are unhappy and most of our complaints are more similar than you realize.
> But seriously, give the president just a little credit (har-har, no that���s not a pun) for the kinda still functioning day-to-day economy you and I live in. Wall Street and the Banks nearly slit our throats during the age of Bush and I think it���s only fair that everyone, left and right, understand what was handed to our current president when it comes to unemployment.
> This video depicts an animation created by grad students in Washington University���s journalism program and its publication, The American Observer. It shows the grim tide of an month-by-month upward march for every county and parish in the country. As unemployment crosses the tenth percentile in each area, colors lashed across the map grow ever darker. The crimson tide is simply incredible to watch in the months before President Obama was sworn in. What happened over his first six is almost unprecedented, and completely jarring to see it illustrated like this.
> A more detailed outlay is available here.
> Something, you know, to maybe keep in mind when Republicans preach their corporate economic Dogma. I'm no partisan, but it's pretty clear that one of these two wolves we call "parties" has gone a bit easier on us.
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