The first clip, “There’s 2 Sets Of Laws In America! 1 The American People Are ALLOWED To See & 1 That’s Secret” pt.1
Part 1, if you are an impatient soul jump to the 7 minute mark of the clip. Jeremy Scahill, from TheNation.com, states that “no one is scrutinizing the Presidents (Obama) foreign policy….We have a US President, who has in the last 2 weeks authorized the assasination of 3 American citizens in Yemen…” Thus the title “There’s 2 Sets Of Laws In America! 1 The American People Are ALLOWED To See & 1 That’s Secret”
Clip 2,This is a continuation of Clip 1 “There’s 2 Sets Of Laws In America! 1 The American People Are ALLOWED To See & 1 That’s Secret”
The 3rd clip is how Big Business has bought the American Government all the way up to the President. (start clip just before the 5 minute mark)
The 4th clip is Pt 1/4 Jon Stewart interviewed on The Rachel Maddow Show 11/11/10 – MSNBC
Jon points out that the news media are covering the fighting between the Democrats and the Republicans and are ignoring the issues of the election. The main point is brought out in the 1st clip of the interview. There are 4 parts to the Jon Stewart interview if you wish to continue.
I add a former post that sheds a little light on the Presidential Election
President Obama begins his official attack on Republican contender Mitt Romney. Via the media, contention will tennis scene back and forth as Punch and Judy take turns whacking each other with their political sticks. Of course we will focus on the fight, it will be outrageous, ugly, humorous in a most pathetic way, but we will in no way be able to take our eyes off the action on the stage.
Remember this, Obama and Romney are merely Punch and Judy, with skits designed to win a Presidency; they are puppets preforming. We might see a President win, but, there is a puppeteer, and it is the puppeteer that is always in control. And unseen as it is, it is the puppeteer that really wins. The 1% always wins over the 99%, because we 99% are the audience that cannot get our eyes beyond the whacking puppets to see what is happening below the stage.