> >> On Wed, 18 May 2011 04:54:38 -0700 (PDT), Fan
> >>>>> the Obama Dictatorship
> >>>> Scott, Obama was elected in a fair contest.
> >>> I wish Dave would take his political wisdom to a more appropriate
> >>> list but you are wrong in assuming that people elected to office
> >>> cannot be dictators. Obama is no more dictator than Bush was.
> >>> Carter nan Clinton were no dictators but Rooselvelt and Bush were.
> >>> I am not sure about Obama.
> >> Bush II was NOT elected. He was "appointed" by the Menshevics.
> > The problem with overstating your case is that you hurt your
> > credibility even when you are right on. I followed the election. Both
> > sides were cheating and using the courts to gain unfair advantage.
> >***had the Florida supreme court in his corner but Bush had the
> > federal supreme court. We will never know who the real inner was...
> > My point was that people can get elected and still turn into
> > dictators. I was surprised at DavidW because he is smarter than to say
> > what he said.
> The U.S. president is elected by the people and can't implement significant
> policy without the approval of Congress, which is also elected by the people.
> There must be some very loose definitions of "dictator" being applied in this
Since 9/11 the US and most of the world is swept over by mass
hysteria. The term terrorist is used to label anyone who goes against
the new world order. It is the same in Europe. Democratically elected
governments, presidents and heads of states become dictators and those
who challenge them are called terrorists. In a few years, there will
be nothing left of the US Constitution and the freedom it guaranteed.
While I do not believe that Bush had active role in 9/11, I believe
that he knew about in advance and did nothing to stop it. They needed
9/11 to suppress our cherished freedoms and to start wars that were
not in the interests of American people. I call this dictatorship.