Reasons for 2004 GWB Landslide Win

Discussion in 'Politics' started by ThePreDictoR, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. I. Economy is doing great!
    Well not really but Joe Sixpack thinks DJ is the economy indicator. The Federal reserve is pumping $$$ in to the system "like there is no tomorrow" ..hmmm maybe there isn't?

    II. Campaign money is no object.
    Money buys any election you want. Thanks to 2 wars, high oil prices, and treasury money into the large corp's coffers. The ones who got the windfall have more than enough to support GWB's campaign trail no matter how expensive it may be.

    III. Media is locked pro GW 99.99%.... see above.
    Money buys any propaganda AND intimidation you want. Public doesn't know or care as long as it "feels" warm and safe.

    IV. Switch 100% to electronic elections.
    Going with electronic voting AND NO VERIFIABLE paper trail will guarantee win. Do look into "certain politicians" who are behind the voting machine manufactures and the problems discovered so far. Add to that the increasing blanket of secrecy on how votes will be counted. Money is no object, "hackers" can easily be "bought". hehehehehe ( good scapegoats too if the scum gets to that point and becomes unraveled)

    V. If polls drop to any levels of concern, Osama Bin Landing will be "de-iced" and produced for the public to see, a job well done. (preferably closer to elections)

    VI. I leave the best for last and that is a guarantee to maintain control. If they really want the office it's really extremely easy.

    -------- carefully read, and combine these two articles-------

    article 1
    U.S. Dissident Says Bush Needs Fear for Reelection
    Thu October 30, 2003 01:30 AM ET
    By Anthony Boadle

    HAVANA (Reuters) - U.S. linguist and political dissident Noam Chomsky said on Wednesday that President Bush will have to "manufacture" another threat to American security to win reelection in 2004 after U.S failure in occupying Iraq.

    Chomsky, attending a Latin American social sciences conference in Cuba, said that since the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States, the Bush administration had redefined U.S. national security policy to include the use of force abroad, with or without U.N. approval.

    "It is a frightened country and it is easy to conjure up an imminent threat," Chomsky said at the launching of a Cuban edition of a book of interviews published by the Mexican newspaper La Jornada, when asked how Bush could get reelected.

    "They have a card that they can play ... terrify the population with some invented threat, and that is not very hard to do," he said.

    After the "disaster" of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Bush could turn his sights on Communist-run Cuba, which his administration officials have charged with developing a biological weapons research program, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of linguistics said.

    Chomsky said the military occupation of Iraq, to topple a "horrible monster running it but not a threat to anyone," was a failure.

    "The country had been devastated by sanctions. The invasion ended sanctions. The tyrant is gone and there is no outside support for domestic dissidence," he said. "It takes real talent to fail in this endeavor."

    Chomsky said it was reasonable to assume the Bush administration would try to "manufacture a short-term improvement in the economy" by incurring in enormous federal government debt and "imposing burdens on future generations."

    The Bush administration was a continuation of the Ronald Reagan presidency that declared a national emergency over the threat posed by Nicaragua's leftist government in the 1980s, he said.

    "The same people were able to present Grenada as a threat to survival of the United States the last time they were in office," Chomsky said, in reference to the U.S. invasion of the Caribbean island in 1983 to thwart Cuban influence.

    Chomsky, a leftist icon who is better known today for his critique of U.S. foreign policy that for his revolutionary theory of syntax and grammar in the 1960s, gave a lecture on the U.S politics of domination on Tuesday night that was attended by Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

    The author of "Language and mind," "Manufacturing Consent," "Profit Over People" and "9-11" said the Bush administration was out to dominate the world by the use of military force if need be, and Iraq was the first test.

    Chomsky criticized Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar for backing the United States and Britain in invading Iraq under a false pretext that the Arab country possessed weapons of mass destruction.

    Chomsky praised Cuba's defiance of U.S. hostility and trade sanctions for four decades. But he also criticized the jailing of 75 Cuban dissidents earlier this year by Castro's government.

    "Yes, I have criticized them for that," he said in an interview on August 28 with Radio Havana. "I think it was a mistake."

    © Reuters 2003. All Rights Reserved.

    article 2
    by John O. Edwards
    November 21st, 2003

    General Tommy Franks says that if the United States is hit with a weapon of mass destruction that inflicts large casualties, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.

    Franks, who successfully led the U.S. military operation to liberate Iraq, expressed his worries in an extensive interview he gave to the men’s lifestyle magazine Cigar Aficionado.

    In the magazine’s December edition, the former commander of the military’s Central Command warned that if terrorists succeeded in using a weapon of mass destruction (WMD) against the U.S. or one of our allies, it would likely have catastrophic consequences for our cherished republican form of government.

    Already, critics of the U.S. Patriot Act, rushed through Congress in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, have argued that the law aims to curtail civil liberties and sets a dangerous precedent.

    But Franks’ scenario goes much further. He is the first high-ranking official to openly speculate that the Constitution could be scrapped in favor of a military form of government."
  2. The best thing the Bush people could do to ensure reelection would be to give a bunch of money to Chomsky and his Castro-loving pals so they can go around and spout this drivel. This would be the same Castro who pleaded with the Soviets to fire nuke missiles based in Cuba at the US.

    This is all Dean needs. Get the public linking him with this nutcase fringe who lament the defeat of communism.
  3. 100% right on the money, and pretty damn smart. Why reinvent the wheel?. The plan at hand is working just fine.
    Updated: 3:36 p.m. ET Dec. 29, 2003

    BELLEVUE, Wash. - A company developing encryption-based software for secure electronic voting has itself become the victim of a computer break-in, the company’s top executive told Federal authorities have confirmed that the incident is under investigation.