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You know, that Emmanuel Goldstein…er…Edward Snowden is a really bad guy. He’s a traitor of the first order, and I hate him so much!! I. Hate. Him. IhatehimIhatehimIhatehimIhatehimIhatehimIhatehimIhatehim…etc.
*two minutes later*
Whew! I feel a sense of catharsis, you know?
So, I’m really excited about this new Superman movie that’s coming out on June 14, and enjoy watching the trailers for it. On my most recent viewing of Trailer #3, I noticed something; maybe it’s just a little thing, and I’m just being paranoid, but if you watch Trailer 3, near the end, Superman is saying “My father believed that if the world knew who I really was, the world would reject me”, or something like that (it’s at the 2:20 mark):
Did you catch the cadence of the question? Does it remind you of any one?
Yeah, that’s right. So, I think, “Maybe it’s a fluke; they can’t be comparing Superman to Obama. That’s crazy insane.” But I take another listen, and; well, I don’t know, what do you think?
*Superman’s birth mother says that Kal-el will be an outcast, but his Russel Crowe dad argues that he would be a “god” to them.
*Superman seems to be haunted by dreams of his father.
*His Kevin Costner dad tells him that he needs to keep who he really is a secret. He spends a lifetime “covering his tracks” so that people won’t know where his REAL birthplace was.
*He tells Amy Adams that the symbol on his chest is not an “S”, it’s rather a symbol of hope. Also, he has this idea that he’s going to change the world.
*In Trailer #2, his mother tells him to pretend he’s on an island (pretend he’s from an island? Hmmmm.) On an unrelated note, Hawaii is the only island state in the US (Rhode Island, despite the name, is more of a penninsula).
Peel away the rhetoric, and one can see that Obama’s reelection will result in the same Progressive-neocon policies that he’s been enacting since 2008. Buy land and gold and silver to protect yourself, and if you need some sort of political outlet, then focus on state politics. Elect state representatives who will stand up to the FedGov; that’s really the only realistic hope the liberty movement ever had.
It should be quite obvious that the best thing to happen would be for the country to split up into regional nations, and get rid of the Federal Government. Most people are too scared of liberty to ever consider this possibility, unfortunately.
Too bad the GOP didn’t nominate Ron Paul; he could have won the election by hitting Obama where he was truly weak: foreign policy. Most Americans are really tired of the whole “perpetual war” policy that Bush started and Obama embraced. Oh, well; at least I got to write his name in (that’s right; there was a space for write-ins on the MS ballot, after all. They just don’t count a write-in vote unless one of the candidates on the ballot are in some way incapacitated).
Oh, boy, does he ever. If one reads this article and still insists on voting for Romney as the “lessor of two evils”, or whatever, then one has the comprehension capacity of a turnip.
“As I have noted in previous columns, the differences between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are miniscule on virtually every salient issue. They both supported TARP; they both supported Obama’s economic stimulus package; they both supported so-called assault weapons bans and other gun control measures; Obama has an “F” rating from Gun Owners of America, while Romney has a “D-” rating from GOA; neither man supports a balanced budget; neither man opposes foreign aid; they both supported the bailout of the auto industry; they both have a track record of being big spenders; they both fully support the Federal Reserve; they both oppose a full audit of the Fed; they are both supporters of universal health care; both men are showered with campaign contributions from Wall Street; neither of them wants to eliminate the IRS or the direct income tax; both men are on record as saying the TSA is doing a “great job”; they both supported the NDAA, including the indefinite detention of American citizens without due process of law; they both supported the renewal of the Patriot Act; they both believe that the President has “executive power” to assassinate and kill; both support the “free trade” agenda of the global elite; they are both soft on illegal immigration; they both support NAFTA and CAFTA; they both have a history of appointing liberal judges; they both believe the President has the authority to take the nation to war without the approval of Congress; and neither of them has any qualms about running up more public debt to the already gargantuan debt of 16 trillion dollars.”