A friend on Facebook admonishes:
“this is exactly what [politicians] want, an attitude of apathy… don’t give in to them.”
I care less and less about politics these days.
Back in 2008, I was excited to see Ron Paul gain traction. And I was excited again this year to see him gain even MORE traction.
But it was plain that the establishment was committing vote fraud to keep Paul from getting the nomination.
And now that Paul’s son Rand has endorsed Romney, I’ve realized the small amount of hope I had placed in the libertarian movement was misplaced.
Regarding my friend’s comment about apathy:
Apathy is not what they want; it’s zealous devotion to one side or the other.
They want us to believe there is a difference between Democrats and Republicans — and to feel passionately for one party or the other.
They want us to believe that the political process works (it doesn’t) and that voting matters (it doesn’t).
It’s all a farce — a clever diversion — political sleight of hand designed to keep you from looking behind the curtain and discovering how the system really works.
If you closely examine both presidential candidates, there is hardly any difference between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
But Republicans, especially, want to believe there is a difference.
“Anybody but Obama,” they say, as if Romney would be one iota better.
Frankly, Obama may actually be the better choice.
Why would I say that?
Because Israel and U.S. Zionists want to bomb Iran. If this happens, it will trigger World War 3 and will probably end with massive destruction and the deaths of millions.
This scenario is basically unavoidable, but with Obama in office, the war is delayed. Obama is the “check and balance” for all the Zionist war hawks in D.C.
I’ve read some articles that suggest Obama is the ONLY reason the U.S. hasn’t yet bombed Iran.
Will I vote for Obama? No way.
Will I vote for Romney? No way.
I refuse to vote for evil even if it is “the lesser evil.”
Obama and Romney are two sides of the same coin — the main difference being that Obama is slightly less eager for war than Romney is.
No matter who is in office, government spending will go up, debt will go up, preemptive wars will continue, and Americans will continue to lose their Constitutionally not-protected freedoms.
Hopefully that explains my “oozing political apathy.”
I just don’t care anymore.
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