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Why the Globalists Selected Obama to be President

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

What most Americans fail to realize is that the destruction of America has been planned for and is currently underway. The craziness coming out of Washington is not the result of incompetent politicians. Rather, the politicians are doing the bidding of Wall Street in order to accomplish a complete take down of this country. This is being accomplished in such a stealth manner, that the American people will no idea what is happening to them until it is too late.

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The fact that this country was ignorant enough and gullible enough to elect a man with such a questionable background with no accomplishments, to his name, which would represent anything of value, is reason enough to say that America made her own bed and now must lie in it.

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3 comments to Why the Globalists Selected Obama to be President

  • Karma Respect

    Comment from zerohedge that should be on every bumper sticker and every lampost:

    35 years for exposing war crimes, a Nobel Prize for committing them.

  • 8Ball

    Not hard to figure that one out… He is not an American.

    Consequently, he has no allegiance to any American values, culture or morality.

  • NaySayer

    I think Obama is a patsy for the nwo criminals and he is too ambitious and ego driven to know it.

    Think how easy it will be to say that a partially black person should never be in a position of power again because one was in charge when it all went down. Obama should have refused the job, but then politicians are ego-monsters and he couldn’t resist getting the title even though he was just a puppet.

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