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History of The New World Order, How it started and what will become of it

According to the World Net Daily,

The phrase ‘new world order’ traces back at least as far as 1940, when author H.G. Wells used it as the title of a book about a socialist, unified, one-world government. The phrase has also been linked to American presidents, including Woodrow Wilson, whose work on establishing the League of Nations pioneered the concept of international government bodies, and to the first President Bush, who used it in a 1989 speech.

“A new partnership of nations has begun, and we stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment,” said Bush before a joint session of Congress. “Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective – a new world order – can emerge: A new era … in which the nations of the world, east and west, north and south, can prosper and live in harmony.”

The phrase “New World Order” causes alarm for many Americans, particularly those concerned about an international governing body trumping U.S. sovereignty or those that interpret biblical prophecy to foretell the establishment of a one-world government as key to the rise of the Antichrist. Conspiracy theorists, too, have latched on to the phrase, concerned that powerful financial or government figures are secretly plotting to rule the world.

Kissinger’s ties to government and international powers – as well as his use of the phrase – have made him suspect in the eyes of many who are wary of what “new world order” might actually mean.

“There is a need for a new world order,” Kissinger told PBS interviewer Charlie Rose last year, “I think that at the end of this administration, with all its turmoil, and at the beginning of the next, we might actually witness the creation of a new order – because people looking in the abyss, even in the Islamic world, have to conclude that at some point, ordered expectations must return under a different system.”

As WND reported, Kissinger was also part of last year’s super-secret Bilderberg Group, an organization of powerful international elites, including government, business, academic and journalistic representatives, that has convened annually since 1954.

According to sources that have penetrated the high-security meetings, the Bilderberg meetings emphasize a globalist agenda and promote the idea that the notion of national sovereignty is antiquated and regressive.

Source: http://www.worldnetdaily.com

According to Wikipedia their are a number of ways the New World Order could come about.

Postulated implementations

Just as there are several overlapping and even conflicting theories among conspiracy theorists about the nature of the New World Order, so are there several beliefs about how its architects and planners will implement it:


Some conspiracy theorists speculate that the New World Order is being implemented gradually, citing the formation of the Federal Reserve bank; the United Nations; the World Health Organization; the World Bank; the World Trade Organization; the European Union and the Euro currency; the Middle East Free Trade Area and various Middle East peace processes; and the African Union as major milestones.[citation needed]

In particular, paleoconservative documentary maker Alex Jones claims in his film Endgame that the theorized North American Union and the Amero currency will be an implementation of the New World Order, orchestrated by the Bilderberg Group.[31]

Coup d’état and martial law

Some conspiracy theorists, especially those associated with the United States militia movement, speculate that the New World Order will be implemented by martial law after a dramatic coup d’état, using UN peacekeepers and black helicopters, against all nation-states to bring about a world government. Before year 2000 some conspiracists believed this process would be set in motion by the predicted Y2K problem causing societal collapse.[32] After the September 11 attacks, some have become convinced that a more catastrophic terrorist incident will be responsible for triggering this process.

Surveillance-industrial complex

Some religious and secular conspiracy theorists believe that the New World Order will be created by the surveillance-industrial complex through the use of Social Security numbers, and the bar-coding of retail goods with Universal Product Code markings. Current theorists have implicated RFID tagging as well. Consumer privacy advocates Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre, authors of Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID, wrote another book on the subject from a Christian perspective, which associates spychips with the Number of the Beast mentioned in the Book of Revelation.[33] Christian conservative political activist Mark Dice, leader of an organization called “The Resistance of Christ,” also believes there is a strong connection.[34][35][36]

“Externalization of the Hierarchy”

In Alice Bailey’s conspiracy theories, a group of ascended masters called the Great White Brotherhood works on the “inner planes” to oversee humanity’s transition to the New World Order. At present, the members of this Spiritual Hierarchy are only know­n to a few people, with whom they communicate telepathically, but as the need for their personal involvement in the plan increases, there will be an “Externalization of the Hierarchy” and all people will know of their presence on Earth.[37]

Wikipedia has also a time line of the milestones of the New World Order


There are several events that are considered pivotal in and related to the establishment of the New World Order:[38]

[Breaking News] Say “goodbye” to Mr.Bush!

So, yesterday Mr.Bush bade his farewell to the country. Blabbing about our journey together and talking about our founders. I think all of it is bubkis. There is no we in I. Mr. Bush made all the decisions. We didn’t make mistakes. He did. We didn’t choose war. He did. We didn’t crash two planes into the twin towers and kill 3000 Americans. He did. We didn’t elect the worst president in United States history. He did.

This is a farewell from him to us. It’s not a farewell from us to him. Nor should we acknowledge his farewell.

Yet, new questions arise. We have a new president or is it a new problem? Did we elect our new president or did our new president elect us. Are we making the right decisions or is he making the right decisions. Are there hidden motives? We must look beyond the cameras, beyond the press, we must look into the president and interpret his real intentions.  We must look at the people around him and their intentions.

We may be the victims of starvation, and a savior comes along like the president-elect, we jump on the food and submit. We do as he says with no objections, we follow his lead with no caution, we place our trust in a leader that makes promises, but its one thing to make promises and it’s a whole other thing to keep them. Placing your trust in a leader that makes promises is like placing your trust in a lion that says, “I won’t eat you.” Placing your trust in a leader that keeps promises is like placing your trust in a butterfly that says, “I won’t hurt you.”

The saying goes, “If the people lead, the leaders will follow.” A perfect example of that has happened, and been happening, all over the world. It’s time we show our president-elect that we can lead him, that we elect him, that he doesn’t lead us and he doesn’t elect us as his followers because we are weak and media driven. It’s about time we show the media that they don’t pick our leader, that they don’t control us, we do. If we all just suddenly stopped watching TV, they would be grovelling at our feet begging that we do; Then we would be the leaders, right? We would be controlling them.

See, leadership happens when one person wants something that another person can give or make happen, or promise to happen. In this case we have a trash economy, we want it better. We have the worst president in history, we want a better one. Mr.president-elect (Obama) promises he will give us a better economy, and he promises a better president in him. That’s were leadership happens, he leads us because he can do something that we can’t and we want that something.

The media makes money off of our desire to watch TV. Our desire to listen to what ever they say, drives them to elect our president. When we stop watching TV, the leadership role changes. They want us and they will do anything to make us watch TV. Now we control them because we have something that they want-Television ratings…. and money.

So, Mr.Bush I appreciate your farewell, but that’s all it will be….an appreciation. I don’t accept it, I don’t give my farewell to you, I just appreciate it.

I thought I’d show you guys some pics, that I photoshopped

Using some kind of art tool which I can no longer remember.

Using some kind of art tool which I can no longer remember.

Using the burn tool, I'm not that good I know!

Using the burn tool, I'm not that good I know!

The Presidential Cookie Contest is Officially Underway!!!!

“The heat is on, and the stakes are high, with the potential first ladies’ bake-off underway and organizer Family Circle magazine looking to see which way the cookie is going to crumble. In the past four presidential elections, readers of the magazine have successfully predicted who would be America’s next first lady by favoring her recipe in the magazine’s competition.” -Yahoo News

Alright, now the presidential election can get started. You simply can’t have a proper election with homemade cookies.

“Something with chocolate has melted the hearts of readers in the last four elections. So both Michelle Obama and Cindy McCain might be taking a risk by eschewing everyone’s favorite treat.

Instead, Michelle Obama, wife of Democratic Illinois Senator Barack Obama, has put forward a recipe for shortbread cookies with zest of lemon and orange, and a cheeky kick of almond liqueur Amaretto.” – Yahoo News

Sorry, but I’m not really a fan of lemon and orange zest or shortbread for that matter.

“Cindy McCain, who earlier this year had to apologize for plagiarizing a recipe for passion fruit mousse from Food Network, went for oatmeal butterscotch cookies.

They are “an absolute must whenever the whole family gets together,” says the multi-millionaire heiress to a large beer distribution firm, married to Republican presidential hopeful John McCain.”-Yahoo News

Oooo, those sound delicious I kinda like the McCain’s cookies.

Readers can vote online at the magazine’s website with the results to be published in mid-October, just ahead of the November 4 elections.

At the end of the week, Cindy McCain’s recipe seemed to be slicing through the competition, with one online reader complaining that he had had to go out specially to buy Amaretto so his wife could bake Michelle Obama’s treats. – Yahoo News

“If history is anything to go by, Obama might be in for a rough ride. In 2004, Teresa Heinz Kerry’s pumpkin spice cookies failed to beat off the competition from Laura Bush’s oatmeal chocolate chunk cookies.

Four years earlier the first lady had already set the bar high with her Texas Governor’s Mansion Cowboy cookies made with chocolate chips and coconut, which proved more popular than Tipper Gore’s ginger snaps.

Hillary Clinton won in 1992 and in 1996 with the same recipe for chocolate chip cookies, whipping the competition from Barbara Bush and then Elizabeth Dole.” -Yahoo News

Yea this just doesn’t look good for the Obama’s. It’s probably rigged, just like the election is.

Barrak Obama Wins Democratic Nomination!!!

Today is a historic day, Barrack Obama has won the democratic nomination.

“WASHINGTON – Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois sealed the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday, a historic step toward his once-improbable goal of becoming the nation’s first black president. A defeated Hillary Rodham Clinton maneuvered for the vice presidential spot on his fall ticket.”- Yahoo News

“Obama’s victory set up a five-month campaign with Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, a race between a 46-year-old opponent of the Iraq War and a 71-year-old former Vietnam prisoner of war and staunch supporter of the current U.S. military mission. “- Yahoo News

Let’s just be honest for a second, was their really any doubt that Obama was going to win? I must congradulate him for the win, but this will be his last. John McCain will not let Barrack Obama win, like I said in a previous post about the terrorist stuff–it just won’t happen.

“Obama sealed his nomination based on primary elections, state Democratic caucuses and delegates’ public declarations as well as support from 22 delegates and “superdelegates” who privately confirmed their intentions to The Associated Press. It takes 2,118 delegates to clinch the nomination at the convention in Denver this summer.” – Yahoo News

“Obama arranged an evening appearance in St. Paul, Minn., sending McCain an unmistakable message by claiming his victory in the very hall where the Arizonan will accept his party’s nomination in early September.” – yahoo News

You show ’em Obama!!! I sure hope McCain doesn’t win, but if George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Scooter Libby want him to win…well, then their pretty much is nothing I can do.

Yahoo goes waaaaaay into the future

Democrats are outraged at George Bush’s remarks about “appeasement”!!!

“Democrats erupted in outrage on Thursday after President George W. Bush suggested a pledge by the party’s presidential front-runner Barack Obama to meet Iran’s leader was akin to appeasement of Nazi Germany.” – Yahoo News

Bush made these rude and inappropriate comments in Jerusalem went talking to the Israeli parliament during celebrations for Israel‘s 60th anniversary. “Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along,” Bush said. After saying some thing about a “foolish delusion” he went on to say,

“As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: ‘Lord, if only I could have talked to Hitler, all of this might have been avoided.’ We have an obligation to call this what it is — the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history,”

Now lets hear what Obama has to say about this whole fiasco.

“It is sad that President Bush would use a speech to the Knesset on the 60th anniversary of Israel’s independence to launch a false political attack,” He then went on to say,

George Bush knows that I have never supported engagement with terrorists, and the president’s extraordinary politicization of foreign policy and the politics of fear do nothing to secure the American people or our stalwart ally Israel,”

As if this was enough McCain wanted a piece of Obama too. He also said something strikingly similar to what Mr.Bush said.

“It shows naivete and inexperience and lack of judgment to say that he wants to sit down across the table from an individual who leads a country that says that Israel is a ‘stinking corpse,’ that is dedicated to the extinction of the state of Israel. My question is, what does he want to talk about?” McCain said.

It was Clinton to the rescue as she came to Obama’s defense although she criticized Obama’s pledge to meet Ahmadinejad. “President Bush’s comparison of any Democrat to Nazi appeasers is both offensive and outrageous on the face of it,” she told reporters.

“Many Democrats slammed Bush and pointed out the words of his own defense secretary, Robert Gates, who said on Wednesday: “We need to figure out a way to develop some leverage with respect to the Iranians and then sit down and talk with them.” – Yahoo News

I must say the Democrats really handled this well, I hope Mr.Bush and his little friend McCain learn their lesson not to mess with the Democrats.

“If George Bush believes engagement with Iran is appeasement, the first thing he should do when he comes home is demand the resignation of his own Cabinet,” former Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, an Obama supporter, said.

House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, said Bush’s remarks were “beneath the dignity of the office of the president and unworthy of our representation at that observance in Israel.”

Okay, now here’s what I think. Firstly, I knew something like this was going to happen; I just didn’t know it was going to begin so early. I don’t know if anyone remembers when Mr.Bush called John Jerry a “flip-flopper”, Mr. Bush then went on to win the election. Secondly, thats probably why McCain is so quite; he is thinking of ways (with Mr.Bush) to degrade the Democrats and mainly Barrack Obama. Thirdly, If Barrack Obama becomes the democratic nomanee, which I think he will, then Mr.Bush and McCain will call him a terrorist and basically just make up a bunch of false allegations and throw them upon Barrack Obama, forcing him to waste his time apologizing and trying to flip the false allegations back on McCain while McCain is making massive ground collecting electorial votes at record time. Thus, beating Barrack Obama by 20 to 30%. Thats what I think!

What do you think?

Why I Think The 2008 Election Will be Rigged!

*Updated Version* Written sept 23, 2008

Okay, I updated this to reflect the current time, Mr.Bush had “hot dogs” with McCain along time ago. Anyway, I think it is all apparent that the election WILL be rigged this time around(just see the comments). I think the question is why.

Why? you ask….Why will the election be rigged? I think I need not say much. Oil, war, Russia, Iran, Iraq, Terrorism.

These words are all that should utter from my keyboard and you shall immediately perceive my conception. It’s very simple any human being (republicans excluded of course) can see that if Barrack obama is president all or most of the top will be gone. Everything that republicans worked for, lied for, cheated, falsified. All of it will be gone years of work, trillions spent. They spend tens of billions of dollars a month on stupid nonsense wars, do you honestly think that they will not spend a dime in rigging the election?

The past two elections were rigged, the first one with Al Gore — A problem with the voting in Florida. The second with John Kerry, a problem with the voting in Ohio. Never in the history of ever did two elections in a row turn out to have some sort of problem with the votes. If that happens this year I will go crazy. Mark my words, “Barrack Obama will not become president of these United States of America do to a lurid rigging of the elections. It is absolutely farcical that they can do such a thing not once, but twice and now attempt to do it again.

This one is for you Mr.Mcain, you will never win. The American people are smarter, they will figure out and when your fatuous, foolish, half-witted, harebrained, idiotic, imbecilic, inane, jerky, moronic, nonsensical, stupid, unwise, weak-minded, witless, balmy, cockeyed, appalling, atrocious, awful, plans unravel in the perspicacious eyes of the American people and the world–you’ll get what’s coming.

Yet, the most disturbing part of this whole predictable scenario is that Palin will be the president not Mr.McCain and I think you all know what I mean by that. Sarah Palin is the most inexperienced utterly despicable excuse for a vice president I have ever seen. She walks up on stage says a few stupid jokes that aren’t even funny and all of a sudden everyone is buying her glasses. This is a serious time and if she wants to be a comedian then she should go on youtube where all the shoddy comedians go.

Original article (bellow) written March 27, 2008

So, why do I think the 2008 election will be rigged in John McCains favor? Well, right now their are three strong reasons why I think it will definitely be rigged.

1) George W. Bush endorses John McCain. [and we all know what happened when George W. Bush cheated, even the Canadians were surprised that we picked Bush again, but guess what…..We didn’t pick him!]

2) George W. Bush invited him for “Hot Dogs” at the White House. [What people don’t know is that Bush inviting McCain over for “Hot Dogs” really means lets talk about how your going to cheat to win the election so me and Dick Cheney can pass commands through you so we can get what we want.]

3) ” McCain meets Brown in Downing St” this is a headline, from BBC. John McCain visited the UK Prime Minister to talk about Iraq and stuff. [Whats the point of talking to the Prime Minister about the Iraq war if your not even sure your going to win the elections? Exactly! He knows darn well that he already won the elections in 2008 and George W. Cheat…..I mean George W. Bush reassured him of that. Mark my words JOHN MCCAIN WILL WIN THE 2008 ELECTION IN NOVEMBER.

Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton are just waisting their time. They should just quit and give it to him now.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t like McCain I am simply telling the truth through past experience.

Obama Wins in Mississippi!!!!

JACKSON, Miss. – Barack Obama coasted to victory in Mississippi‘s Democratic primary Tuesday, latest in a string of racially polarized presidential contests across the Deep South and a final tune-up before next month’s high-stakes race with Hillary Rodham Clinton in Pennsylvania. – Yahoo News

Obama was winning roughly 90 percent of the black vote but only about one-quarter of the white vote, extending a pattern that carried him to victory in earlier primaries in South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana.

His triumph seemed unlikely to shorten a Democratic marathon expected to last at least six more weeks — and possibly far longer — while Republicans and their nominee-in-waiting, Sen. John McCain, turn their attention to the fall campaign. – Yahoo News

“Now we look forward to campaigning in Pennsylvania and around the country,” Maggie Williams, Clinton’s campaign manager, said in a written statement that congratulated Obama on his victory.

“I’m confident that once we get a nominee, the party is going to be unified,” Obama said as he collected his victory.

But in a race growing more contentious, he took a swipe at the way his rival’s campaign has conducted itself.

“We’ve been very measured in terms of how we talk about Senator Clinton,” he said. “I’ve been careful to say that I think Senator Clinton is a capable person and that should she win the nomination, obviously, I would support her. I’m not sure we’ve been getting that same approach from the Clinton campaign,” he said in on CNN. – Yahoo News

Wow, Obama is still going strong. Hillary is going to need something big to come back let alone even win this thing.

Returns from 25 percent of Mississippi’s precincts showed Obama gaining 54 percent, to 43 percent for Clinton.

Obama picked up at least six Mississippi delegates to the Democratic National Convention, with 27 more to be awarded. He hoped for a win sizable enough to erase most if not all of Clinton’s 11-delegate gain from last week, when she won three primaries. -Yahoo News

Yeah, that three primary win the Hillary got last week must have scared the Obama supporters. She just could keep the momentum.

The Illinois senator had 1,585 delegates to 1,473 for Clinton. It takes 2,025 to win the nomination.

Neither of the two rivals appears able to win enough delegates through primaries and caucuses to prevail in their historic race for the nomination, a development that has elevated the importance of nearly 800 elected officials and party leaders who will attend next summer’s national convention as unelected superdelegates.

Obama leads Clinton among pledged delegates, 1,374-1,226 in The Associated Press count, while the former first lady has an advantage among superdelegates, 247-211.

There was little suspense about the Mississippi outcome, and both Clinton and Obama spent part of their day campaigning in Pennsylvania, which has 158 delegates at stake in a primary on April 22.

The volatile issue of race has been a constant presence in the historic Democratic campaign, and it resurfaced during the day in the form of comments by Geraldine Ferraro, the 1984 Democratic vice presidential candidate and a Clinton supporter.

“If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position. And if he was a woman (of any color) he would not be in this position. He happens to be very lucky to be who he is. And the country is caught up in the concept,” she said in an interview with the Daily Breeze of Torrance, Calif., that was published last Friday. – Yahoo News

Clinton expressed disagreement with Ferraro’s comments, and said, “It’s regrettable that any of our supporters — on both sides, because we both have this experience — say things that kind of veer off into the personal.”

Obama called Ferraro’s remarks “patently absurd.” – Yahoo News

Blacks, who have supported Obama in overwhelming numbers in earlier primaries, accounted for roughly half the ballots cast in Mississippi, according to interviews with voters leaving polling places.

About one in six Democratic primary voters were independents, and Clinton and Obama split their support. Another 10 percent of voters were Republican, and they preferred Clinton by a margin of 3-1.

Six in 10 Obama supporters said he should pick the former first lady as his vice presidential running mate if he wins the presidential nomination. A smaller share of Clinton’s voters, four in 10, said she should place him on the ticket. – Yahoo News

Every time I say Obama is going to win, Hillary pops out of now where and wins three primaries. So, I’m just going to say that every presidential hopeful has an equal chance to win and I wish good luck to Obama and Hillary. [But lets be honest for a second, it does look like Obama is takin this thing home Right?]

See Also: Hillary Clinton Wants Obama for Vice President!!

Hillary Clinton Wants Obama for Vice President!!

Apparently Hillary Clinton wants Obama to be her vice president [sarcastically]. Sen. Barack Obama says he’s running for president, not vice-president. Obama’s assertion comes after his rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, suggested the two would make good running mates, with her at the top of the ticket. (March 10). Obama got mad and this is what he said:…….. Visit www.5millionpageviews.com to see the video of Obama’s response.

Playstation 3 Store Gets an Update!!

Sony announced that it PSN (Playstation Network) Store would get a make over some time in April.

I have a few things to say about that, (1. FINALLY!!!!! (2. Its probably going to be more like August or Spring 2009, Sony is the best at stalling something — everything they do takes 1 year!

No, but seriously the PSN does need an update and I congratulate Sony for realizing that. I wonder what its going to look like?!?  🙂

Obama beats Clinton in Wyoming caucuses!


CASPER, Wyo. – Sen. Barack Obama captured the Wyoming Democratic caucuses Saturday, seizing a bit of momentum in the close, hard-fought race with rival Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for the party’s presidential nomination. – Yahoo News

Obama generally has outperformed Clinton in caucuses, which reward organization and voter passion more than do primaries. The Illinois senator has now won 13 caucuses to Clinton’s three.

Obama has also shown strength in the Mountain West, winning Idaho, Utah, Colorado and now Wyoming. The two split Nevada, with Clinton winning the popular vote and Obama more delegates.

But Clinton threw some effort into Wyoming, perhaps hoping for an upset that would yield few delegates but considerable buzz and momentum. The New York senator campaigned Friday in Cheyenne and Casper. Former President Clinton and their daughter, Chelsea, also campaigned this week in the sprawling and lightly populated state. – Yahoo News

I really thought that those wins by Clinton would stop Obama in his tracks, but I guess it didn’t. Good for you Obama! Good for You! 

Obama campaigned in Casper and Laramie on Friday, but spent part of his time dealing with the fallout from an aide’s harsh words about Clinton and suggestions that Obama wouldn’t move as quickly to withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq if elected. In Casper, Obama said Clinton had no standing to challenge his position on the war because she had voted to authorize it in 2002.

Clinton, buoyed by big wins in Ohio and Texas last Tuesday, said she faced an uphill fight in Wyoming. Her campaign also holds out little hope for Tuesday’s primary in Mississippi, which has a large black population.

Obama had 59 percent, or 4,459 votes, to Clinton’s 40 percent, or 3,081 votes, with 22 of 23 Wyoming counties reporting.

Obama won seven delegates and Clinton won five. In the overall race for the nomination, Obama led 1,578-1,468, according to the latest tally by The Associated Press. It will take 2,025 delegates to win the Democratic nomination. – Yahoo News

Wow, its getting close! I can’t wait any longer!!! 

Obama’s campaign credited the candidate’s message for the win.

“Especially in the intermountain West, people are hungry for something different, people are hungry for someone who’s a uniter, who can bring together a coalition of change,” said Gabe Cohen, Obama’s state director in Wyoming.

Clinton’s campaign took heart in their ability to pick up more delegates.

“We knew that Wyoming was an uphill climb and that Senator Obama was expected to win,” said Ben Kobren, a spokesman for Clinton’s campaign in Wyoming. “We’re glad we were able to bring out our grassroots support and come very close in delegates.”

Both candidates were looking ahead to the bigger prize — delegate-rich Pennsylvania on April 22. – Yahoo News

All Right! Here comes April 22nd…..well actually thats kind of far from today. Dang it! I like the heated Democratic battles rather than those stupid boring republicans. Its a good thing those Republicans finished first or I would probably go crazy! I like when presidential hopefuls go at it because they don’t just say, “[Hillary Clinton or Obama] is a lier and a thief, so vote for me!” they try to say stuff that sounds nicer than the previous example that I showed, but it means the same. Then the negative ads, those are the best! Thats the whole reason why I even care about these stupid elections……The Negative Ads!!!

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