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A Vote for Romney is a Vote for Obama. Wait. What?

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Yes, you read that right. What I'm about to write will likely piss off some of my more "conservative" readers, especially those who still think there's any significant difference between Republicrats and Dempublicans, or Obamney and Rombama. That's okay, people need to start getting pissed off. People need to look at the reality of politics in modern Amerika and recognize the criminality we're putting up with. People need to march into their representatives' offices across the country and demand they stop breaking the law. There needs to be outrage because otherwise they're just laughing at you and me as they continue to simply do as they please.


I suppose I should go beyond the simple one guy equals the other guy thing, but it is what it is. I mean, ever since I was little I've had a reputation for pointing out the obvious. I've heard the words "No shit Sherlock" come out of the mouths of my companions more than a few times. All one has to do is look at the major issues, the issues that actually mean something and that the president can do something about to understand that there is no real difference between these two puppets. All one has to do is look at who's giving large sums of money to both candidates to understand who's pulling the strings. The same is true for most federal level elected officials no matter their party affiliation, and even more so for people appointed to office by elected officials.

If there's one thing I'm sick of it's being told that by not holding my nose and voting for Romney because he's a Republican it's just like I'm voting for Obama. Now, don't get me wrong, I hate the Democrats and their support of war and constitution shredding legislation as much as the next guy, but truth be told, if someone held a gun to my head and made me vote for one or the other, Obama or Romney, I'd vote for Obama. Why? Because he's the devil I know. I hate being lied to, and I hate deception, and in my opinion Romney has been lying more and is more deceptive than Obama.

At least Obama doesn't pretend to be a conservative or a Republican, we've always known he was communist leaning socialist with an agenda leading our nation into a one world government. If he is Indonesian, which he's tried to hide by keeping his college records under wraps, then he's not a traitor when he sells out this nation. Romney would be a traitor by selling out this nation, but has just as much of a one world agenda as Obama, or at least we know his owners do. At least Obama and his handlers didn't need to lie, cheat, threaten, manipulate and connive against his own party's grassroots in order to gain his party's nomination. So you see if any of the two "major party" candidates have lost my vote, it'd be Obama. Fortunately that scenario is not yet reality in Amerika and I have more than two choices. Too bad too few people realize that.

These shows they put on called debates aren't really a discussion of real issues affecting Amerika nor are they about solutions that will genuinely solve the problems our nation faces going forward. They are about creating an illusion that globalist presidential candidate A is different than globalist presidential candidate B. They are about getting everyone to believe that there is a difference between one big government collectivist philosophy and the other big government collectivist philosophy. Real issues and real solutions are never brought up and the powers that be make certain it is kept that way by keeping third parties and Ron Paul types out of the debates. God forbid the Amerikan sheeple should be exposed to new ideas and different philosophies! We can't have them actually thinking in proverbial colors rather than in black and white! We can't have them thinking that freedom and independence could actually work!

I'm not in the business of predicting the future, but I can tell you what will happen no matter which candidate wins the upcoming election, unless that candidate is not a Democrat or a Republican. We will have more war. We will continue to see our rights violated by the state as they continue to impose an ever growing police state upon us. We will not see unconstitutional laws repealed and will instead see these laws used as an excuse for agents of the state to violate the supreme law of the land. We will see the secrecy of the state grow instead of transparency. There will be no accountability. We will continue to see more and more whistleblowers shut up and punished for doing the right thing. We will continue to see torture of ever more innocent people. We will see more bailouts for the already fabulously wealthy too big to fail. We will not see an end to this financial crisis. We will continue to wallow in economic oppression. We will fall into a state of decay until we finally accept, or even beg for, a one world government that promises to solve these problems, but likely will not be able to. We will continue to not see these things reported on by corporate media who will continue to tell us that everything is fine even as government intrudes more and more upon everyday life.

A vote for Romney is a vote for Obama. A vote for Obama is a vote for Romney. They're the same. It's a vote for the status quo. It's a vote for keeping the same power structure, however structurally unsound it's become. It's a vote that says "Beat me up more, I like it." It's a vote that says "I'm going to continue to listen to corporate media and do as they tell me." It's a vote that says "These guys have the right idea about how my money should be spent." It's a vote that says "I give up."

Now I'm not going to tell you that voting for this candidate or that candidate will solve anything. Voting has never solved a thing, it's only given the powerful excuses to become more powerful. I am going to state the obvious, at least it's obvious to me. When I go out and vote for Gary Johnson this November it will be a vote for Gary Johnson. It will not be a vote for Obama. It will not be a vote for Romney. It will be a vote for something different than what we've had for the past 159 years. I'll be voting for an end to the power structure that has driven this nation into bankruptcy, both moral and fiscal. Voting might not be the answer, but enough people voting against Democrats AND Republicans will certainly send a message. Even if the vote is fixed, those in power are certain to get it if they know enough people have awakened and are no longer listening to their lies nor believing their false promises.

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