Thursday, September 17, 2009
Why so Socialist?
Barack Obama ran an unprecedented Presidential campaign - utilizing the power of design to help secure the seat of the President of the United States of America. However, his iconic emblem, the ever present "O", holds more power than even Obama knows. Bill Whittle points out the dangers of branding an ideology with an icon and how, perhaps, the powerful symbol will be used against the very man it built up.
oh, and on the subject of the American Constitution:
The American Constitution applies to citizens of the country of the United States of America. When that country went bankrupt after the civil war, it went into receivership. All of its assests, the land buildings and people, became the property of this corporation. They have since been EMPLOYEES of the corporation. The constitution doesnt apply to employees of a corporation, only to citizens of a country. There are none of those left. Everyone with a birth cert and social security card are employees of the corporation. Congress and the senate are the board of directors. President is the chairman. They just kept the names for appearance sake. Thus a Kenyan born man can run for president, as he is the president of a corporation, not of the country. The country doesnt exist anymore. [source MAIM]