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By Napolean DoneHisPart, December 16, 2010 at 2:13 pm Link to this comment
I think the punchline should read:
“Ok, who mentioned puppets this time?
For that is what I thought it read at first glance.. thus prompting my specific response…. yet, what I said still fits, doesn’t it?
By Napolean DoneHisPart, December 16, 2010 at 2:11 pm Link to this comment
It was heartfelt… I must admit, it did get to me… and I saw his humanity ( for once, saw through the veil of a politico )...
But, what has he done about the FED Reserve?
What did he have to say about 9/11 and tower 7?
What did he do about the flipping of Iraq like it was a single family residence?
What did he do about the allowance of puppet regimes around the world via covert means but calling it liberation or whatever in the media?
Oh yeah, I forgot, people only think about themselves and then cry when they are caught being selfish and immune to empathy of those able and pedigreed.
Glad he worked his way up… but only took and colluded while there.
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