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Gang Stalking – Perps are traitors to America’s freedom.

Edward Snowden  knew  what the National Security Agency was doing while Bush was in office.  But he decided there was nothing he could do with Bush as president.  So he decided, he’d wait to see what the next president would do.  He assumed, wrongly, that the next president would find out what was happening to American citizens and stop the program.  He waited for the next president, Obama, to stop the program.  Four years went by, Obama did nothing. He again waited for the next president. Obama, again. After all the waiting, he decided that Obama was just like Bush and would nothing to stop the monitoring of American citizens and other countries.   This is when Snowden knew he had to do something to stop the program. He decided he had to let the American public know what was going on.  He leaked information to a British newspaper, and the paper published the information. After that, others papers also published Snowden’s leaks. And  then all the media   got into the act and talked about all the spying going on by the National Security Agency.

So Snowden waited a long time before coming out with the information he had. It was not a done deal when he gathered the information. He seriously thought of the consequences of what he was doing.  In my opinion. Snowden  is more of a hero than I  thought.    He’s as much a hero as those who fought the British to get America’s independence.  Not like the perps who are traitors to America’s freedom.

And it doesn’t matter what man wins an election, Democrat or Republican, they’re all controlled by the 1% and will do nothing to change the system from within once they get into office. No matter who gets into office, it’s be the same old same thing. Nothing will ever change. Nothing. The 1 percent run the country. We every day people have no say in what a president does. I don’t even know why I bother to vote at election time.

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Gang Stalking – Obama, a lying, two-face President.

English: In January 2009, President of the Uni...

English: In January 2009, President of the United States of America, George W. Bush invited then President-Elect Barack Obama and former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter for a Meeting and Lunch at The White House. Photo taken in the Oval Office at The White House. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Official photographic portrait of US President...

Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’ve really tried to give President  Obama every chance I can to prove himself on human rights, but I’ve given up. He’s just another Bush in a different suit.

Obama has in his cabinet a lot of the same Bush people.  He also has continued almost every program Bush approved. There’s really no difference between the two.  One just talks a better game – Obama. There  are very few new faces in Washington. It’s the same old boy network.

But yesterday did it for me.  Obama got up in front of television cameras and denied that any surveillance is happening to American citizens.  Yeah, they did gather information from Verizon on citizens’  phones, emails, etc. but that’s just to keep America safe. There’s that word “safe” again.  Americans hear the word “safe” and feel all warm and fuzzy.  Our nanny government cares about us.  How nice of the government to care about me and others.  We’ll give up all our rights so we can stay safe.

What a bunch of baloney!

The government can use the word “safe” and do whatever it wants. The American people will put up with anything to stay safe.

But that’s not what convinced me to give up on Obama.  It is his remark that “no surveillance is happening to American citizens.”

What a LIAR!

He knows that there are thousands or up to  million Americans who are under government surveillance.  He has to approve all that spying.

But Obama gets in front of t.v. cameras, and with a straight faces, looks into the camera and says that no American is under surveillance.  And he’s joined by a California woman and some members  of Congress who back him up (I’m not naming them because I don’t even want to acknowledge their presence.)

I hope all their phones, emails and all they sites they use  are under government surveillance.

And Obama admitting that they’re using surveillance on other countries, but not Americans, must make all those other countries feel all warm and fuzzy toward the U.S. What a great country we’ve become.  What a lying country we’ve become.  If  I lived in another country, I’d watch my back.

So, Obama is a lying, two-face President. Just like Bush.

What a disappointment he is.

P.S. If they come after me harder after writing this, I consider it a compliment. Bring it on corrupt U.S.  government!

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – Would you ever consider running for president?

Bonus: Who do you that you wish would run for president? What are the criteria you think you need to both be elected and be a great president?

Sure, why not? I would not only want to run for president, but also be the first woman president elected. Why wouldn’t I run? I would be no worse than some of the buffoons we’ve elected president (think Bush).

If I were elected as the first woman president, I’m sure I would be torn to shreds and criticized no end.  My clothing would probably be  topic one on the list of the complainers. But it would be worth it to be president.

Just think, once I’m out of office, the benefits I would get would be rewarding.  I would get a great pension (I wouldn’t have to worry about going hungary). There would be  FBI protection for the rest of my life (I could sure the protection of the FBI now). Free and good medical care for the rest of my days. I would have access to world leaders and influential people all over the world. I would collect millions in speaking engagements (making me a very rich woman forever). So why not run for president?

The requirements for running for president aren’t that high. A person must be a born citizen of the U.S.; must be at least 35 years of age; must live in the U.S. for at least 14 years.  And that’s it for the requirements.  Of course, there are other things to consider.  The person who runs must have lots of money to run a campaign.  He/she must be able to compromise.  Hopefully, be worldly (has to deal with all those world leaders and know how to act).  The president must keep up with the daily news and know what’s happening all over the world.  Must have a likeability about him/her.  It’s hard enough to be president, but if the public doesn’t like you, you won’t get anywhere with anybody.

There is no one I know that I think should run for president…except for me, of course (she laughed!).

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