|Could the Keystone veto be Obama's downfall?|
It's been reported that the Bush family has endorsed Mitt Romey and if that's not enough to believe this candidate is the golden child, then what is?
Why would the Bush family have so much influence? Because they do -- it's a proven fact. The Bush's, according to several sources, weren't real fond of the last republican nominee for president and therefore, he didn't get that extra push when it counted in order to win.
Romney is a warm, fuzzy pal of the Texas oil family and, therefore, he's proceeded to sail through the primaries, despite being chided by the Christian Right and despite being almost the identical twin of Barack Obama on most issues.
According to today's earliest polls, Romney trails Obama by 7%. The rhetoric is already hitting the ground running and any hope the GOP had at pulling in Independents or Democrats has likely faded, since Romney was not at all popular amongst that voting block.
This is why it will be interesting when suddenly the suave Romney will begin to pick up steam and pull ahead in most polls against Obama.
The verdict is in and Romney will likely become the next President of the United States. Do not ever underestimate the power of the Bush family -- as if the 2000 election is that far from your memories.
But please, don't expect anything to change for the better if Romney takes the Oval Office. At this point in this country's history it really doesn't matter who's in the White House because the people making the decisions aren't anywhere near Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Obama presidency is over -- it all ended when he shot down the Keystone Pipeline. This has little to do with economy, it has little to do with foreign policy, it has little to do with his stance on anything -- he's had a staff filled with members of the Council on Foreign Relations and even some Bilderbergers. He's put all the right pawns in all the right positions on the chess table.
But the pipeline deal was a big one. Oh, and did we mention that the Bush's are big fans of oil?
It might sound strange, but there's a method to the madness. Either way, this election is going to be one for the ages in terms of the rhetoric and continued changes in the polls. Is it possible Obama could pull it out in the clutch? Of course, but if things continue on as they are right now -- with the fact that he's irritated the global elite and chided the upper echelon of the oil industry -- he's very likely on his way out.