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    Is Obama Both Bribing the Elderly?



    If what he is saying is correct Obama is decreasing the standard of life for the eldery while at the same giving them some money in the hope to buy votes for the Democrats.

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    Social Security has not reduced benefits to anyone. they give pay raises every year based on inflation as calculated with a set formula by the federal government. The past few years social security has seen some big pay raises tied to inflation. Also they were given a special one time stimulus check that working people did not get which was a couple hundred bucks, plus the other stimuls checks

    This year we have had deflationary pressures tied to the economic meltdown, therefore for this given year rates were not increased. Most people being morons somehow think something has changed and the government and media has somewhat misleadingly reported this story.

    Universal healthcare has already been passed by the secret societies that control the majority of our politicians. Now they just have to pretend to bicker over it and work to convince the public they like it.

    Here's how it works: create a policy. Convince the people that they like this policy. In rare cases make the tiniest of concessions without changing the overall plan.

    Here's how people think it works: politicians create policy and change it on a whim based on public opinion or fear of not being re-elected.

    Since these policies have very little merit on their own it is easier to make people afraid of the current status quo so they accept change. Fear mongering if you will. "your social security will be cut. There will be death panels. Here we can fix all that" create a false threat then offer up your "solution"

    Logically lets think about things. If you work as a group you don't need to fear loosing re-election. The group has combined assetts and business ventures that can ensure all members a good life. If you comply with the society and loose re-election for example you may be given a job as a "czar" which doesn't involve re-election. You may sit as a CEO on a corporation or be given a job with the federal reserve which again is not elected. You may be granted a job on the bench or political favor by another politician also in the society. In other words you answer to your secret society first and the people second. In this way all democracy is circumvented. As is stated in Happiness Machines they feel people aren't smart enough to rule themselves but the illusion of freedom and power keeps them content.

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