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|Posted by: seeker135 Jan 6 2008, 04:00 AM|
The ABC Presidental Campaign debates tonight included: Fred Thompson, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Edwards, Bill Richardson, Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul. All are Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) members, except Huckabee and Paul.
Is Huckabee then an independent like Paul? Consider what he had to say about the CFR in January, “CFR a lot of good people”, http://truthinourtime.blogspot.com/2008/01/huckabee-lot-of-good-people.html.
Or, are you curious about the “Huckabee Surge” in November-December? Wonder how a little-known Arkansas governor could have done so impossibly well in Iowa? The same way B. Clinton did apparently, with a little help from a few of his friends.
In a December 16 interview, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Huckabee who his foreign-policy advisers were. Well, one of them is Richard Haass. http://www.freedom4um.com/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=69962. Richard Haass is president of the CFR. A little flattery goes a long way, apparently.
According to sources for Paul Watson and Alex Jones, the head of the hotel for the meeting did confirm that Hillary Clinton attended Bilderberg (BB) 2006. Her closest advisor is of course Bill Clinton (CFR, BB, and Trilateral Commission (TC)). “We can’t be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans.” - Bill Clinton, U.S.A. Today, March 11, 1993.
Obama’s top advisor is Zbigniew Brzezinski (CFR, TC), who co-founded the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller. His other top advisors include CFR members: former counterterrorism czar, Richard Clarke, and former Middle East negotiator, Dennis B. Ross.
John Edwards was selected as Kerry’s running mate at Bilderberg 2004. Edwards’ foreign-policy advisers include CFR members Barry Blechman, Derek Chollet, Michelle Flournoy, and Paul Kern.
Want to know how to get your man elected President? Make sure every horse in the race is your horse. Ever wonder why U.S. foreign policy has not changed in 70 years? Well, now you know. I had to laugh at all the post debate discussion. What’s the point? Anyway, if you are not too sick of it to read more, read “Comparing Candidates”, http://www.thenewamerican.com/node/6419. It would not hurt to get acquainted with who is really running the country.
Oh, and anyone who thinks that Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich and all their supporters are fools and kooks, you might want to remember this in the four years ahead as nothing significant changes. They were the only true non-Establishment candidates. Paul was the only one who dared expose the link between our rotten banking system, our failing currency, our disastrous war-mongering foreign policy, and the subsequent lack of funding for either social programs or individual private enterprise. Representative Kucinich says that he would end U.S. participation in the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization to stem the job losses they have they have caused. Who wants losers like that?
by paulrye (1 articles, 0 quicklinks, 117 comments) on Sunday, January 6, 2008 at 1:42:14 AM