The 2012 Presidential Election Debate (Part 1)
Under The Radar Media
So what did you think of tonight’s first presidential debate/reality show? The two candidates sure did come across as awful convincing and quite caring about the concerns of the average American citizen didn’t they?
It’s obvious that the economy is the most important issue on the table at this time, so it goes without saying that this key domestic issue will dominate the first debate, if not all three of them. The candidates and the media-sponsored talking heads are perfectly comfortable in discussing taxes, tax cuts, job creation, Medicare/Medicaid etc, but there is no point in debating the current state of the economy if none of the key fundamental causes of the problems aren’t going to be addressed.
Another issue that won’t be discussed is a topic that the majority of Americans simply will not face; the issue of Jewish/Zionist dominance of the American political system. In fact, on December 4, 2009, the Israeli news service Ha’aretz reported that “every appointee to the American government must endure a thorough background check by the American Jewish community.”
This stipulation is not limited to just US-Israeli policy; it has enumerable effects on both US domestic as well as US foreign policy issues. Perhaps some of the effects of those issue will be addressed over the next few posts.
What’s also most interesting is that the debate moderator Jim Lehrer, had to try to create and present a contrast between Obama and Romney. The not-so-dirty-secret is how similar these two clowns are on most if not all of the key issues that are likely to be addressed during the debates.