Tuesday, February 12, 2008

With tensions rapidly increasing is it time for Obama to reach out to Russia and say the war mongering will end if he's elected! US and Russia unite!

Two days ago I illustrated that from day one with Bush absolutely everything that has happened in America and around the world with Al Qaeda and the so called terrorists has been created to prepare for and instigate the world to war. Russia proved they know it and it is working! today it gets even more tenuous and closer.

I illustrated this by pointing out that Russian President Vladimir Putin complained Friday about "one-way" Western military demands and promised that Russia will respond to U.S. and NATO military expansion near its borders. "We have been put in a situation where we have to react," Putin said of U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic and build new bases in Romania and Bulgaria. "They tried to convince us that all these activities aren't against Russia, but our concerns have gone unanswered," Putin said. "Unfortunately our partners use a diplomatic and informational cover to hide their real plans." "We have been put in a situation where we have to react. We have been forced to make certain decisions. Russia will always respond to this new challenge," Putin said.

Putin said he sees a "new turn in the arms race" in which "well-developed countries" invest more to produce better weapons than those in Russia. Putin promised that balance would soon shift. "In the near future, we will develop new weapons that have the same characteristics, and in some cases better characteristics, as those being built by other countries," he said. Russia will counter Bush

At the Munich Conference on Security Policy where Afghanistan was a central topic A central theme of Gates' speech was his assertion that al-Qaida extremists, either in Afghanistan or elsewhere, pose a greater threat to Europe than many Europeans realize. After delivering his prepared remarks Gates fielded questions from his audience, which included dozens of top government officials, mainly from Europe and the United States, as well as military officers, private security specialists, members of Congress and European parliamentarians.

** A member of the Russian parliament, leading off the questioning, accused the United States of having created today's al-Qaida threat through its support in the 1980s for the mujahadeen resistance to Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Bingo! Also addressing the conference was Sergei Ivanov, the former Russian defense minister who is now a deputy prime minister. He advocated joining forces to fight international terrorism, but suggested the United States has motives that are out of step with those of Russia and other countries. "Some states strive to exploit anti-terrorist activities as a pretext to achieving their own geopolitical and economic goals," Ivanov said, apparently referring to the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. Bingo, Bingo, Bingo! Gates lied but Russia was right accusing Bush of using terrorism to achieve a hidden agenda

My question was why the hell can Americans not realize this has been a set up from the very beginning so the people behind Bush can achieve their idea of new world order? I included a step by step illustration!

The step by step set up and preparation for World War Three:

* The election of Bush to cheerlead the the new world (dis)order agenda through
* The creation of Al Qaeda as the threat to our existence and the allowance of 9/11 to mask Bush's real agenda
* Implementation of the Patriot Act 1&2 giving Bush the power he needed to begin implementing his new world (dis)order
* The lying attack on Iraq to get into the middle east and get this world changing war going
* The constant instigation of Iran as that will be the impetus for World War Three
* The division of middle east countries so they can be divided and conquered as has been done with us
* The missile defense system on Russia's door step to instigate them to fight and they are preparing
* The engineered housing and financial crisis in America beginning the Second Great Depression, WW2 ended the first one!
* The resultant financial disaster that is still developing here and around the world (making war more palatable)
* The selective loss of communications in the middle east last week that crippled some and left Israel and Iraq unaffected
* These steps are not in order and as you know there are numerous others but the recent loss of communication and the internet in the middle east told me the set up is complete and Bush feels he can own space thus the outcome of the war through HAARP

** I often say All that remains is for Bush to find the excuse to attack Iran and get this going. I am afraid that Bush has set the agenda for the US regardless of who gets elected as our next President. Whoever it is will be forced to fight the future wars Bush has set the stage for! The only benefit of having a Democratic President will be to the lives of the elderly and average Americans!

Well now it is getting rapidly worse but I do believe Obama can and should put an end to all this! First I found out today that American fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers, one of which buzzed a U.S. aircraft carrier in the western Pacific on Saturday, U.S. military officials told CNN Monday. One of them twice flew about 2,000 feet over the deck of the USS Nimitz Saturday while another flew about 50 miles away, officials said. Two others were at least 100 miles away, the military reported. U.S. defense officials said four F/A-18A fighter jets from the Nimitz were in the air. Russian bombers buzz the Nimitz

*** Of course Russia doesn't see a problem or understand the hoopla but in the race towards world war three I do. However I now believe this can all be avoided. If in steps Barack Obama. It will benefit him in getting the nomination and ultimate election as our President and will release tensions, anxieties, and the otherwise promise of World War Three. Sen. Barack Obama heads into the so-called Potomac primaries looking to sustain the momentum he mustered in his sweep of five Democratic contests last weekend. The demographics in Tuesday's primaries suggest the senator from Illinois could pull off a political hat trick over rival Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Victories in Maryland, Virginia and the District would give Barack Obama a narrow but undisputed lead among pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Together with the rest of his recent string of victories, such a sweep would bestow unmistakable momentum heading toward next week's primary in Wisconsin and caucus in Hawaii. That kind of success normally would be enough to crown someone a front-runner, but in this case, it would make Obama, as Democratic pollster Mark Mellman put it, a front-runner by inches in a tied race. In this race at least, as Democratic strategist Don Fowler noted, front-runner does not mean winner. 8 questions the Potomac Primary can answer

Barak should sweep because people are catching on that he is our answer! I firmly believe that he should reach out to Russia and let them know the war mongering will end after he is elected and that Russia and the US should unite to secure the future of the world and their would be no need or tolerance of anymore weapons improvements or proliferation. That would give Barack the nomination and win him the election. It is the only way I can think of to put a halt to the race to an earth shattering nuclear World War Three. Please tell me what you think and please pass the idea around!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma


Dave Dubya said...

I'm still worried the so-called super delegates will warp the process. If Hillary has the goods on most of them, then it's President McCain and full speed into more war.

And you know McCain will pick a radical right winger for VP.

an average patriot said...

The closer ther count gets the more it concerns me. I heard Obama say today that they should stay out of the process and let the people do the electing. I think he is concerned too.
I also heard some of the Super Delegates agree with that and some defend that they are part of the process. As far as I'm concerned they and the electoral college ought to go with the electronic voting machines.
He is our best bet and all the things that can screw it up are overwhelming. Did you see the end where I said he should aproach and make a pledge of peace to Putin. What do you think about that? I think it will get him elected!

Anon-Paranoid said...

I have already said that Putin should build a missile defense system.

See my post linked below.

Letter to Putin

Been awhile since I posted a link, hope I did it right.

God Bless.

Dave Dubya said...

Even though Obama took hits from the pundits when he said he would talk to world leaders that Bush shuns, I think it waa an encouraging position for him to take.

He is the only candidate left who can actually talk sense to other countries. I hope he does it.

Larry said...

Check this out Jim:

Sieg Heil, TSA

Becky Akers

Ah, the Nazis. Modern America knows few epithets more vile. You can insult a man’s mother, wish rape on him, liken him to the hinder part of the alimentary canal. But don’t compare him to Germany’s totalitarians, even if he works for their contemporary counterparts, unless you want a fight – and a frisk from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Darron Derrick was "very late" for his flight out of Tampa International Airport to Detroit. How late? "He checked in 38 minutes before the scheduled departure…"

Back when America was free, passengers who arrived 38 minutes prior to "scheduled departure" were early. But the TSA’s warrantless searches impede travel now, and we serfs are expected to revise our schedules accordingly. Our Rulers "recommend" we waste "at least two hours" in the airport; it’s our own fault if we flout their orders and miss our flight.

Ergo, when our 39-year-old engineer huffed into the airport, he "found a long, snaking line to the security checkpoint…" So he approached "a line attendant."

Imagine that as resume fodder: "2006–2008 Line attendant. Stand around in uniform; look fat, dumb, and hippy. Pretend passengers are terrorists. Scowl and yell in bullying tones while disregarding individuals seeking assistance. Plan best route for own escape in case real terrorists actually show up some day." Anyway, poor Darron asked this cretin "if he could move ahead of others. She ignored him." Of course. She’s too busy doing nothing.

Eventually Darron made it to "the X-ray machine," where "he placed his laptop inside its case on the belt and went through the metal detector. An officer informed him the computer and case had to go through again separately." Those wimpy rays don’t see through Christmas paper either, prompting the TSA to command, "Travel with unwrapped gifts. If a wrapped gift sets off an alarm, TSA security officers will need to unwrap the gift to resolve the alarm." Lois Lane must have hoped Superman’s vision was this feeble.

Our hero had endured enough nonsense by now. He "told the supervisor that screeners were going to make him late for the plane by using ‘Nazi-style, police-state tactics.’"

Darron may not realize it, but he was paraphrasing a Supreme Court justice who knew something about Nazis. Robert Jackon had represented the United States at the Nuremberg Trials; four years later, when deciding Brinegar v. United States (338 U.S. 160, 180 [1949]), he extolled the Fourth Amendment: "These rights, I protest, are not mere second-class rights but belong in the catalog of indipensable [sic] freedoms. Among deprivations of rights, none is so effective in cowing a population, crushing the spirit of the individual and putting terror in every heart. Uncontrolled search and seizure is one of the first and most effective weapons in the arsenal of every arbitrary government." Or, as Darron succinctly put it, "police state."

The TSA boasts more Nazi ties. There’s its parent bureaucracy, the Department of Homeland Security. Even neoconservative cheerleader Peggy Noonan tsk-tsked its demonic echoes in an otherwise supportive column for the Wall Street Journal: "The name Homeland Security grates on a lot of people, understandably. Homeland isn't really an American word, it's not something we used to say or say now. It has a vaguely Teutonic ring – Ve must help ze Fuehrer protect ze Homeland!..."

Actually, there’s nothing vague about "Homeland’s" Teutonic ring: it clearly and horrifically tolls "Third Reich." Wikipedia points out that "homeland is translated as Heimatland, and this was a term used by the Nazis to refer to the German ‘Fatherland.’ It was also the name of a strongly pro-Nazi magazine edited by Wilhelm Weiss during the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany." I’ll be the first to agree George Bush makes bubblegum look intelligent; still, it’s hard to believe his Administration chose the term unwittingly.

So you might think the TSA would be flattered when alert "customers" like Darron note the connection. But modern Nazis spurn their progenitor: the TSA "supervisor, a Florida National Guard member and Iraq war vet, blew up. ‘I don't have to listen to your s – and being called a Nazi,’ he said, according to a TSA report dated Tuesday. … Two officers detailed to watch for suspicious behavior decided Derrick" – and not the goon who "blew up" – "was a ‘heightened concern individual,’ said TSA spokesman Christopher White. They directed him to additional screening, a body pat-down and a scan with a hand-held metal detector" – despite the fact that "Federal law enforcement officials" have long and vehemently "den[ied] targeting dissidents."

These liars met their match in Darron. He "refused to give his telephone number." Nor did he "agree to have the pat-down in a private room, noting the case of a woman who died while detained at the Phoenix airport." Way to go, Darron! This guy wins our "Patriotic Passenger Award": not only did he decline to cooperate with murderers, he called them on their crimes! His prize? "The supervisor had airport police escort Derrick from the terminal." Could have been worse: Leviathan often imprisons or kills revolutionaries who tell the truth.

Meanwhile, the TSA lived up to Darron’s charge. Its "report concluded that Derrick's ‘frustration made him a victim of himself’…" Ridiculous regulations, supervisors throwing tantrums, and vengeful minions had nothing to do with it. Chillingly, "officers followed all procedures." In other words, the TSA’s "procedures" call for punishing passengers who refuse to cringe. Add the First Amendment to the Second and Fourth as ones this unspeakably evil agency has gutted. But at least America’s Nazis are fastidious: "the supervisor will receive ‘corrective action’ for using profanity, said White." You certainly don’t want a thug shouting vulgarities as he tramples the Constitution.

Darron’s valor continues: he may be a Ron Paul voter. Which accords with his all-around good sense: "I didn't go in [the airport] and yell 'terrorist,'" he said. "It's the system. Everyone's treated like a criminal. It's dehumanizing."

Yep, and that would have Adolph applauding. The TSA has "not become a servant of the masses, but their master."

Larry said...

Try this Jim:

Bush's Unitary Executive Ends the Rule of Law, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Separation of Powers

From Len Hart

CIA/Connections to Yale's Skull and Bones enable the Bush dictatorship. Bush has decreed his "long term plan" for Iraq, committing the US, without Congressional authority, to a permanent presence. His decree is a poke in the eye to the public, the congress, the rule of law! Bush believes himself to be above the rule of law, the authority of Congress and the courts. When England was confronted by Charles I, a monarch who likewise presumed to be above Parliament, the English simply marched Charles out onto an improvised platform at the Banqueting House in Whitehall where they proceeded to chop off his head!

President Bush's plan to forge a long-term agreement with the Iraqi government that could commit the US military to defending Iraq's security would be the first time such a sweeping mutual defense compact has been enacted without congressional approval, according to legal specialists.

After World War II, for example - when the United States gave security commitments to Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, and NATO members - Presidents Truman and Eisenhower designated the agreements as treaties requiring Senate ratification. In 1985, when President Ronald Reagan guaranteed that the US military would defend the Marshall Islands and Micronesia if they were attacked, the compacts were put to a vote by both chambers of Congress.

By contrast, Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki have already agreed that a coming compact will include the United States providing "security assurances and commitments" to Iraq to deter any foreign invasion or internal terrorism by "outlaw groups." But a top White House official has also said that Bush does not intend to submit the deal to Congress.
--Boston Globe, Bush plan for Iraq would be a first

I keep wondering why I am so bored with the primary process, this field of candidates, the coverage, the speeches, the so-called debates. I am bored because it's all as beside the point as the medieval debate about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin! It might as well have been scripted. I've heard all the talking points in focus groups. I can predict every questtion and every answer. This 'election' is for show! This election is a sop to those who have not gotten the news: American Democracy is over. Bush rules by decree. If he should decide to stay in office, who's 'gonna' throw him out? The Military? Nope! The Congress? Nope! The Supreme Court? Stop me! My sides are hurting!

Everyone is just playing their roles. It is as if the candidates of both major parties had a conference and decided: we won't talk about how George W. Bush has ended, perhaps forever, the rule of law in the United States. Constitution: R.I.P.! You won't know what you had until it's gone.

Unless something is done, you will just have to get used to more stories ahout how innocent folk get tasered, jailed, or roughed up for daring to practice 'free speech'. Get used to staying in Iraq! Get used to Bush's evil smirk! Get used to GOP bullshit!

Everyone, it seems, from Bill Maher on Larry King Live to Virginia Tech Professor Theodore Fuller, believe Bush will be remembered as the very worst President in US history. Fuller's list includes the perpetual nature of Bush's obvious failure in Iraq. It includes Bush's failure to reform Social Security, though I am suspicious of efforts to "reform" the Government's only success story. What I have not heard except via the 'blogosphere' is why! The 'why' should top the list and should have been blazened atop every major daily in the nation. Instead, the truth is whispered if at all: Bush destroyed the very concept of the "rule of law" and, more specifically, "Due Process of Law" because he is the tool of America's moneyed 'elite'.

It's not that they lied about justifications for war, but in their failure to allow oversight into the processes that produced those lies. It's not in the firing of federal attorneys and the refusal to substantiate the firings, but in the pure partisanship of their actions. It's not their countless refusals to comply with subpoenas from Congress or Freedom of Information Act from the people, but in their arrogated stance, setting themselves above the requirements themselves.

Once when challenged for his unwillingness to submit to the rule of law in an obvious snub of the Constitution, Bush screamed, "Stop throwing the Constitution in my face. It's just a goddamned piece of paper!"

And thus our Constitution has now become what Bush has made it. This annihilation of the foundational document of our republic was orchestrated by a president who swore an oath of honor to protect it, a devout Christian who promised to restore honor and integrity to the Oval Office.

Congress, in its acquiescence and subservience, is equally culpable. When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced, "impeachment is off the table," she not only absolved Bush of all previous transgressions but paved a figurative superhighway for any to come. There's a reason Congress's approval ratings are even lower than the administration's.

--Michael Abraham, http://www.roanoke.com:80/editorials/commentary/wb/150393

Bush could not have put himself above the law. He had help from republicans of all stripes as well as miscellaneous betrayals and sellouts by key Democrats. Without effective opposition, Bush-Cheney have enabled a "unitary executive"! A dubious doctrine without precedent in American history, it is the belief that the "President" is above regulation, above oversight or supervision, above the decisions of the courts, including the Supreme Court, above laws passed by Congress, above all responsibility to the people.

"[Since Watergate] I have repeatedly seen an erosion of the powers and the ability of the president of the United States to do his job. ... One of the things that I feel an obligation [to do] ... is to pass on our offices in better shape than we found them to our successors."

--VP Dick Cheney, [Interview with Cokie Roberts] New York Times, Recent Flexing of Presidential Powers Had Personal Roots in Ford White House, SCOTT SHANE. January 2002.

I submit to Bush, Cheney, their NEOCON base, the Republican party, and assorted enablers inside the Democratic party that this "doctrine" is utter bullshit! Not even European monarchs --at the height of their power and influence --could boast or wield such power.

At the height of his "power", Bush is among the least popular "Presidents" in American history. What then is the source of his power? Bush, addressing a gathering of well-heeled Republicans and other representatives of corporate power called them "his base". And --so it was, an increasingly tiny elite which alone benefits from GOP tax cuts and the enrichment of the Military/Industrial complex.

The influence of the cabal begins at Yale, where Skull and Bones has appropriated university funds for its own use, leaving the school virtually impoverished. Skull and Bones' corporate shell, the Russell Trust Association, owns nearly all of the university's real estate, as well as most of the land in Connecticut. Skull and Bones has controlled Yale's faculty and campus publications so that students cannot speak openly about it. "Year by year," the campus's only anti-society publication stated during its brief tenure in 1873, "the deadly evil is growing."

The year in the tomb at Yale instills within members an unwavering loyalty to Skull and Bones. Members have been known to stab their Skull and Bones pins into their skin to keep them in place during swimming or bathing. The knights (as the student members are called) learn quickly that their allegiance to the society must supersede all else: family, friendships, country, God. They are taught that once they get out into the world, they are expected to reach positions of prominence so that they can further elevate the society's status and help promote the standing of their fellow Bonesmen.

--Alexandra Robbins, George W. Bush and the Brotherhood of Death, 'Secrets of the Tomb' Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power

The movies have discovered Skull and Bones. The most recent entry, The Good Shepherd, directed by Robert de Niro, explores a sympbiotic relationship between Yale's super secret Skull and Bones and the equally secret CIA. Another thiller advertises itself with a Hollywood logline: A secret society so powerful, it can give you anything…at a price., the subtitle to The Skulls, a new thriller by Rob Cohen.

BInterestingly, both CIA and Skull and Bones are called "brotherhoods". Both apparently control those inside by compromising them. The Faustian term for this is "selling your soul". There are more prosaic descriptions, however! Both "Skull and Bones" and its ally, the CIA, are cults. [See: Ronald Reagan is Still Dead!, and The Role of the Psychopath in the Generation of Global Evil]

The Good Shepherd is an Academy Award-nominated 2006 film directed by Robert De Niro and stars Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie. The main story lines are credible and set against historical events. If it is not literally "the untold story of the birth of counter-intelligence in the Central Intelligence Agency", it is most certainly true in terms of the relationship of Skull and Bones to the CIA and in terms of the evil, pernicious effects both have had on the US, indeed, the world! The film is most powerful when it traces the common origins of the CIA and the Skull and Bones and compares the dark results of both. I defy any rational person not a part of either cult to watch this movie and resist the conclusion that both the CIA and the Skull and Bones are evil organizations that have harmed this nation, the people, the rule of law, and civilization itself. Down with both!

The following is a video playlist beginning with a trailer for the film "The Good Shephard", followed by two clips from a well-sourced documentary series exposing the Skull and Bones cult, and, at last, "We Do", the Simpsons brilliant lampoon at every cult from Bilderberg, Tri-Lateral Commission, to Skull and Bones:

An addendum: writer Alexandra Robbins recalls her 'encounter' with a bonesman.
Who controls the British crown?

Who keeps the metric system down?

We do! We do. . .

Who holds back the electric car? Who makes Steve Guttenberg a star? We do! We do.

Certainly, Skull and Bones does cross boundaries in order to attempt to stay out of the public spotlight. When I wrote an article about the society for the Atlantic Monthly in May 2000, an older Bonesman said to me, "If it's not portrayed positively, I'm sending a couple of my friends after you." After the article was published, I received a telephone call at my office from a fellow journalist, who is a member of Skull and Bones.

He scolded me for writing the article—"writing that article was not an ethical or honorable way to make a decent living in journalism," he condescended —and then asked me how much I had been paid for the story. When I refused to answer, he hung up. Fifteen minutes later, he called back.

"I have just gotten off the phone with our people." "Your people?" I snickered.
"Yes. Our people." He told me that the society demanded to know where I got my information.

"I've never been in the tomb and I did nothing illegal in the process of reporting this article," I replied.

"Then you must have gotten something from one of us. Tell me whom you spoke to. We just want to talk to them," he wheedled. "I don't reveal my sources."
Then he got angry. He screamed at me for a while about how dishonorable I was for writing the article.

"A lot of people are very despondent over this!" he yelled. "Fifteen Yale juniors are very, very upset!" I thanked him for telling me his concerns.
"There are a lot of us at newspapers and at political journalism institutions," he coldly hissed. "Good luck with your career"—and he slammed down the phone.
--Alexandra Robbins, Secrets of the Tomb

Brother Tim said...

I believe the Iran War is a done deal. Since the Iranians are now opening up the Iranian Oil Bourse, it will be imperative for Bush to attack in order to prevent the 'greenback' from becoming the new Charmin. THAT was the main reason he wanted to take out Saddam's Iraq. Saddam had the unmitigated gall to refuse dollars and demand euros for his oil.

Lord, help us.

an average patriot said...

You did it right Buddy! I was reading that. I wonder why they don't or maybe they don't have the technology or think it is worth it?
I saw what peacechick said. I can't believe anyone can possibly think Bush means what he says. He is a two faced lying sack of shit! If he says one thing you can bank on the exact opposite!

an average patriot said...

I remember him being ridiculed for it but I believe it will now benefit him and get him elected. Reconciling with Putin, guaranteeing an end to the war mongering, and seeking unity to guarantee cooperation in helping the planet and the future of the world.

an average patriot said...

You know I write about and we discuss often the Nazification of America. You know, more and more reality today duplicates the futuristic movies of the past and today.
Today's crap at the airports and society reminds me of arnold Schwarzenegger's movie Total Recall! Remeber that?

an average patriot said...

Yeah Brotherhoods of the Deciders destruction. Sadly today bush does not need Congress. He is the sole decider and can do absolutely what he wants and no one can stop him. They gave him too much power and as I say often, give him a right and he'll make it a wrong.
He will abuse it and misuse it to achieve what he wants as he always does. They have put the idiot of the world above the law and the constitution. worse as I keep saying, Hold your breath the worst is yet to come!
He will be remembered as the President who destroyed America and the idiot is so full of himself. He says it will take history a while to figure out how great he was. Not this time, we know what he did to us and the world!

an average patriot said...

Of course war with Iran is a done deal. War with Iran is why he attacked the weaker Iraq to get our military back into the middle east, He will not leave. He has to attack Iran to get this new world
(dis)order war going full swing and he will do it soon unless mcCain can underhandedly get in and continue Bush's mess. Unbelievable!

landsker said...

If a new American president were to make peace with Moscow, then there would be an almost immediate end to a lot of military activity and arms manufacturing.
Which happens to be about 20/30% (maybe more, I`m no expert.) of the US budget.
What an opportunity to channel funds and personnel into constructive institutions.
The Russians are flying their warplanes closer and more often, their morale must be high.
The Russian economy now runs a budget surplus, as do their friends, the Chinese and the Iranians.
Their governments, as well as having the military capacity to obliterate America, probably also have the financial ability to rip, in a matter of minutes, a couple of trillion dollars away from the US stock market.

It is like a game of chess, where a checkmate has arrived, and it now befalls the loser to concede, with, one hopes, a smile and good grace.
"Peace" with Moscow would see a lot of benefits for most Americans, except those who benefit from the manufacture and sale of military hardware and technology, and it would probably mean an end to the war on terror.
Mind you, all that is just an opinion, if Ms Clinton were to withdraw, then Obama will be toe-to-toe with the neocons and then who knows what might take place, but he will have tread with much caution.

an average patriot said...

We are getting closer and closer to world war and Bush instigated it.
I think it would end tensions if Obama talked to Putin and would put an end to this race for war. It would be a coupe for Obama and would get him elected. Russia and the US should unite to save the future!