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ALAN CABAL EXPLAINS EVERYTHING #2:
THE US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2012
For the starters, how about your comments on the candidates? Also, if you could ask from them just one question and give one present, what would they be?
Google his name. The first link you get is the right one. I’d ask him when he first realized he was a homosexual. I’d like to give him AIDS.
I’d be arrested if I said what I think about Newt Gingrich.
Oh God, no.
Like Obi Wan Kenobi: our only hope. I’d like to give him the Oval Office.
Certainly the candidate America deserves. I’d like to know who does his wardrobe, and I’d like to give him some good quality California weed.
A Jewish heroine for our time. I’d ask her why she’d lower herself to running for President. I’d like to give her a hug, but I’m not sure I can reach that far.
If another Bush ever runs, we should empty the insane asylums and give all the patients guns and free tickets to wherever he is.
What do you think of the talk about GOP primary voter fraud in Clark County Nevada? Is there fire in the case too or is it just some smoke? Is this a symptom of something bigger?
Everything in Nevada is rigged. Don’t go there.
Do you think the election will be carried out reliably and fairly in general or will there be noticeable efforts to steal votes in one way or another? What do you think about the Diebold voting machines that were shown to be very unreliable f.e. in a documentary Hacking democracy? What’s the point in voting if its all just a show?
Read THIS [The New York Post: The one to watch in 2004: Diebold]
What do you think about money spent in election campaings? How much does the money spent on campaings play part in the outcome of the election? Isn’t there a real danger that only those in league with big money can have any chance in the race? [as talked about recently f.e. in RT’s CrossTalk episode Buying elections]
Political advertising should be banned. The amount that a candidate can spend on a campaign should be capped at $1,000,000. Corporations are not people, and should not be permitted to make political donations. Israel should be nuked, repeatedly, until it is a vast sheet of trinitite.
How much really important issues are talked about in the election debates? What would you say to those who still have the typical US tunnel vision given by FOX and others? Where does one get the most reliable news about the presidential elections?
What really happened is the best news site in America.
What does it tell about that the mainstream media is trying its best to belittle Ron Paul, they give him less time on air than to others, if they do not try just outright get him out of the debates?
It means that the Jews who control American news media hate him.
Do you think Ron Paul has a realistic chance to win the whole race? Is this question relevant, considering how much he has anyway succeeded in raising awareness about the FED, big government, US imperialism, loss of US citizens rights, the US constitution, etc.?
If I were a Jewish-American, I’d either be speaking out against Jewish Organized Crime (Wall Street) and Israeli genocide, or I’d be packing my bags. American Jews have a lot to answer for.
What do you think are Ron Paul’s strongest and weakest sides? Where do you agree and disagree with him?
I’m a socialist, so obviously I disagree with Ron Paul on MANY things. I agree with him on the subject of war and drug prohibition, and stopping the endless wars for Israel is America’s #1 priority.
How about the whole US system of two big parties – are the two parties just two sides of the same coin? Is the whole political talk just show wrestling? Are many or most of politicians with any significant position just puppets for corporate interests? Where the real power lies if not in the citizens and the politicians they have elected (or been brainwashed to “elect”)? Are the elections always in the end “a choise” between “a giant douche and a turd sandwich” to use the South Park analogue?
It’s a sham democracy, just like the old Soviet Union. America combines the worst aspects of Nazism and the Soviet system, with the decadence of Late Rome thrown in for spice.
If you could change the US election system, how you’d change it?
Abolish the Electoral College and install direct democracy as far as the votes go. Eligibility to vote should be based on a test of basic understanding of our Constitution, and it should be mandatory for those eligible. Total transparency and full accountability for the vote count, with the death penalty for anyone found tampering with or falsifying election results.
Will Obama get re-elected or not? Who do you think will win the race?
Israel. Americans aren’t angry enough yet.
Your evaluation of Obama’s presidency?
If George W. Bush was a turd, Obama is one of those awful loose runny shits you take after too much Mexican food.
Your evaluation of the direction the US is going as a country?
Straight to Hell, no doubt about it.
Who have been the best and the worst presidents of the US and why?
Thomas Jefferson was the best. Ronald Reagan was really bad, as were all of his successors, but George W. Bush was unquestionably the worst. He should be hanged for treason; after a fair trial, of course.
What do you think of the so called “American dream”? Is it just an empty slogan nowadays or is there something of real substance in it?
As George Carlin once quipped, They call it the American Dream because you’d have to be asleep to believe it. I couldn’t put it better than that.
Will you vote in the election?
What makes you think there are going to be elections here? November is a long way off.
Your message to your fellow citizens and the rest of the world about the US presidential election 2012?
[Al answered with this link]
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